On Thursday, September 10, 2020 we announced the release of the latest Australian Podcast Ranker. The Ranker provides insight into the Top 100 Podcasts as well as the Top 10 Publishers in Australia from 1 August through 31 August, 2020, as measured by Triton’s Podcast Metrics measurement service.
Seven new entities appear in the Top 100 Podcast Ranker this reporting period, including Please Explain (Nine Publishing), Naked City (Nine Publishing), and The Night Driver (News Corp Australia). Stuff You Should Know (ARN/iHeartMedia) remained in the #1 spot as the most downloaded podcast in the country in August.
As for the All-Australian Top 100, fourteen new entities appear this reporting period, including Fear and Greed (Fear and Greed), Six Tackles with Gus (Nine Digital), The Babble with Nat Bass & Matty J (Nova), and The Queensland Briefing (SCA-Triple M). Casefile True Crime (Audioboom) remained the #1 spot as the most downloaded podcast in the country.
Total downloads of all shows by all participating publishers in the month of August is 46.7M.
Participating publishers in the Australian Ranker include ARN/iHeartMedia, Southern Cross Austereo, News Corp Australia, Audioboom, Stitcher, Wondery, Nova, Nine, SEN / Crocmedia, Schwartz Media, TOFOP Productions, Kinderling Kids Radio, Australian Radio Network, Wavelength Creative, NBC News, West Australian Newspapers, and Fear and Greed. Additionally, as of the August 2020 Australian Podcast Ranker, Nine Radio has been expanded to include podcasts from Nine’s Digital and Publishing divisions.
To view the full results of the Ranker and sign up to receive future rankers via email, visit https://www.tritondigital.com/resources/podcast-reports.
Triton Digital’s Podcast Metrics measurement service is certified by the IAB Tech Lab as complying with Version 2.0 of the IAB Podcast Measurement Technical Guidelines. It provides accurate and insightful data around how, when, and where podcast content is being consumed across multiple hosting platforms, with the ability to view metrics by date range, location, device, podcast name, episode, title, and more.