April Podcast Ranker: News Corp’s new I Catch Killers charts

• Other new arrivals on chart include Emsolation and Sacked

The new Podcast Ranker chart has been released today. Stuff You Should Know from ARN/iHeartMedia again ranks #1 on the overall chart.

PodcastOne’s Hamish & Andy podcast has climbed back to #1 on the overall chart and now sits back at #1 on the Australian chart.

Triton Digital’s Australian Podcast Ranker provides insight into the Top 100 Podcasts in Australia from participating publishers for the April 2020 reporting period of 30 March through 3 May, as measured by Triton’s Podcast Metrics measurement service. The Ranker has been expanded this month to include popular titles from Wondery, NBC News, and Wavelength Creative.

Twenty-seven new entities debuted in the Top 100 Podcast ranker this reporting period, including The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds (Wondery), Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald (ARN/iHeartMedia), and I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin (News Corp Australia). Stuff You Should Know (ARN/iHeartMedia) remained in the #1 spot as the most downloaded podcast in the region from 30 March through 3 May.

The total Average Weekly Downloads for the Top 100 in this reporting period is 5.5M, up 14% from the last reporting period (17 February through 15 March 2020).

As for the All-Australian Top 100 Podcast Ranker, twenty new entities debuted this reporting period, including Emsolation (SCA-PodcastOne Australia), Saving Apollo 13 (Wavelength Creative), and Survivor’s Guide to Coronavirus with Nazeen Hussain and James Milsom (ARN/iHeartMedia). Hamish & Andy (SCA-PodcastOne Australia) claimed the #1 spot as the most downloaded podcast in the region.

The total Average Weekly Downloads for the All-Australian Top 100 in this reporting period is 3.9M, up 10% from the last reporting period (17 February through 15 March 2020).

Participating publishers in the Australian Ranker include Southern Cross Austereo, News Corp Australia, Nova, Schwartz Media, TOFOP Productions, SEN / Crocmedia, The Parent Brand, Australian Radio Network, Nine, ARN/iHeartMedia, Wavelength Creative, Stitcher, Wondery, and NBC News.

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