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January 2022 Podcast Ranker

For the first ranker of 2022, the top three publishers are ARN/iHeartMedia, Stitcher and Audioboom. 

The top three podcasts for both the Top 100 Ranker and Top 100 All-Australian Ranker include, Casefile True Crime (Audioboom), Life Uncut with Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne (ARN/iHeartMedia), and The Update (NOVA Entertainment). 

There have been several debuts for the Top 100 Ranker from Crime Junkie (audiochuck/Stitcher), 2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer (Stitcher Media), Ben and Liam (NOVA Entertainment), and more. 

Total downloads of all shows by all participating publishers in the month of January is 56.2M. 

Full listing

Participating publishers in the Australian Ranker include Audioboom, ARN/iHeartMedia, DM Podcasts, Equity Mates Media, Hidden Brain Media, LiSTNR (SCA), Motorsport Podcast Network, News Corp Australia, Nine, NOVA Entertainment, Podshape, Schwartz Media, Sports Entertainment Network (SEN), Stitcher Media, TOFOP Productions, The Chaser, Wavelength Creative and West Australian Newspapers.

Triton Digital’s Australian Podcast Ranker provides insight into the Top 100 Podcasts as well as the Top 10 Publishers in Australia from 1 January through 31 January, 2022, as measured by Triton’s Podcast Metrics measurement service. 

The Top Podcast Ranker and All-Australian Top 100 Ranker are ranked by monthly listeners, in accordance with the latest IAB Podcast Technical Measurement Guidelines.

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