What Kinds of Podcasts Are The Most Popular - Part One
So, the question for today is, “What kind of podcasts are the most popular?”
Over the next few episodes, I will be giving you the most popular methods of podcasting in use today. There may be a couple others that are used but not that popular. But I’m going to focus on the major ones.
A quick summary, and remember, this is only a summary because beginning with the next episode, we go into detail. But so you can have the types here, they are:
One on One Interview
Solo Commentary Interview
Story Telling Podcast
Fictional Story Telling Podcast
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