Other Podcast Related Things

Radiotopia: Radiotopia, from PRX, is a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts. Radiotopia empowers independent producers to do their best work, grow audience and increase revenue. At its core, Radiotopia cultivates community- for both listeners and makers alike. Podcasts include: 99 % Invisible, The Allusionist, The Bugle, Criminal, The Kitchen Sisters Present, Millennial, The Mortified Podcast, Radio Diaries, Strangers, Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything, The Truth, The West Wing Weekly, Song Exploder, Love and Radio, The Memory Palace, and The Heart.

Public Radio Exchange (PRX):  PRX is a leading creator and distributor, connecting audio producers with their most engaged, supportive audiences. A fierce champion of new voices, new formats, and new business models, PRX advocates for the entrepreneurial producer. PRX reaches millions of listeners worldwide. For over a dozen years, it has operated public radio’s largest distribution marketplace, offering thousands of shows including This American LifeThe Moth Radio Hour, and RevealIn 2014, PRX launched Radiotopia, a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts that has quickly grown to over 17 million downloads per month.

KCRWKCRW calls themselves “human inspiration.” They create and curate a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs. KCRW is driven by the spirit of Los Angeles and delivers in innovative ways — on the radio, digitally and in person — to diverse, curious communities around the corner and around the world. A community service of Santa Monica College, KCRW can be found on the air in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Mojave, Palm Springs, and via five KCRW-developed smartphone apps and online at KCRW.com 

Earwolf: “Listen, laugh, share.” Earwolf produces and distributes the best comedy podcasts. In the world.

Podcatch: Dave Winer couldn’t find anything to listen to. He wanted a podcast, but didn’t want to commit to subscribing- he just wanted to listen, he said. So he enacted an experiment. “Standing on the street in Manhattan, with my iPhone 6 and a good net connection, how long would it take me to find something to listen to. In other words, how long after having the idea ‘I want a podcast’ did it take to fulfill it. Standing out there in the cold, feeling like an idiot, fussing with my phone- How long? A lot longer than it should. As Apple says about their products, it has magic. It’s simple, it’s probably not what you expect, but it really works. When I go there, I find new ideas, feelings, perspectives, entertainment. That’s Podcatch.comAnd now it’s public. You can use it too!”