Stitcher Releases “Top 100″ listings

by David on May 29, 2012

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Stitcher has now started publishing a top 100 list which you can find here.

Logical WEight Loss Podcast Breaks the Top 100

The page has to top 100 over all of the week (Freakanomic radio taking the top spot as I write this) as well as the top 100 movers and the top 100 shared. IN addition to those lists they have the top 100 in categories. For example my Logical Weight Loss Podcast is number 63 (apparently 43 last week). If nothing else you can check this on a weekly basis and add it to your media kit in the event you are looking for advertising.

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Will Smith July 5, 2012 at 4:48 am

Will Smith here, creator of The Lost In PreMed Podcast and I have a question for you about Stitcher.

I was wondering if you have any idea how long the submission/approval time takes for Stitcher. I have looked all over the internet and can’t seem to find a time frame. I personally like Stitcher and would be honored to have my Lost In PreMed Podcast included in their directory.

Also, is their any inclusionary/exclusionary criteria that would require a podcast to meet a certain criteria? I understand that they don’t want copyrighted material used inappropriately, but is there a certain standard that they hold every podcast to in order to maintain a higher level of quality?

Thanks for your help ahead of time!

Will Smith


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