Dorktown’s Top Podcasts From September, 2012
What are the top podcasts Dorktown listened to and enjoyed during September 2012? Well the indie podcasts are becoming stronger and stronger and more interesting. Not a lot of change to this month’s mainstream list. Let’s have a look at them both.
In mainstream, the continuing storyline of “Emo Kev” gave Smodcast a big boost this month. But Ear Candy was able to hold it off as they are trying some new formatting and beginning to post two shows a week. WTF has fallen into a bit of a rut at the moment, it’ll be interesting to see if it comes back on continues to slide.
DORKTOWN MAINSTREAM PODCAST TOP TEN – SEPTEMBER, 2012
- Ear Candy
- Todd Glass
- Professor Blastoff
- Mohr Stories
- WTF – With Marc Maron
- ESPN Fantasy Underground
- You Made It Weird
- The Session
In indie, keeping the #1 spot is a show about taking a crap…yep. But Firnecast is still knocking at the door. And look out for Tiny Odd Conversations as they were featured in iTunes “New and Noteworthy” which launched them into the Top 30 of comedy podcasts on iTunes. Crazy stuff. We may have to put them on the Mainstream List if this keeps up.
DORKTOWN INDIE PODCAST TOP TEN – SEPTEMBER, 2012
- When Doodie Calls
- Growler Radio
- NHL Hitz 2013
- Tiny Odd Conversations
- Hangin’ Out-cast
- The Married Gamers
- The Half Scoop
- Pool Party Radio
Others receiving votes: Dead In 60 Years, Pool Party Radio, Beer Download, Mostly Harmless With Dammit Damian, Small Town Bringdown, Brothers From Different Mothers, Drunkards Call, Unkempt w’ Mike and Matt, Succotash.
This feature is here to support the podcast scene, let other folks know about it, give it some more juice. It will be back at the beginning of each month (roughly) with a new Top Ten. Please feel free to leave a comment and suggest some other cool podcasts to listen to – yes, even if it’s yours.
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