Podcast Listener Statistics
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New research from Nielsen just came out in their June 2017 ‘State Of The Media: Audio Today 2017’ report so it seemed like a good time to give an update on the podcast listener landscape with updated statistics. Most of the data is the Edison Research report that came out earlier this year.

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PodSchool
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Rachel Corbett
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1 hr
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