1/2/15: The Top 25 Podcasts of 2015

Posted by /u/cgf_mackie on October 1, 2015 09:19:21I have a ton of great podcasts to choose from this year, but I feel like I need to break down the Top 25 of the year as well as the Top 15 of the past two years.

 I’ve always wanted to do a list like this, but as of right now, I don’t think I’ll be able to because it’s too large and it would take way too long.

But for now, let’s start at the beginning of 2015, the beginning when podcasting was new.

I love this video I saw recently.

This guy is doing the rounds, so if you have a podcast that you want to see more of, you should definitely check it out.

The title of this video is “How To Grow a Podcast” by Joe Cappucci.

Joe does a great job explaining what podcasts are and why people listen to them.

His explanation is that podcasts are great for building relationships, but they’re also great for spreading information, so you should listen to the show if you want the full story.

You can find the full episode here: Joe Cappuccio’s podcast The Good Show (which you can subscribe to at iTunes, Amazon, or Stitcher).

It’s great to hear Joe talk about podcasting and his experience working with podcasts, but it also makes me curious about the next year, which podcasting might I want to listen to next?

There are a ton, but let’s take a look at the Top 20 Podcasts Of 2015: 1. 

I Heart Podcasts (iHeartPodcasts) This podcast, with its many different podcasts, is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes and Stitcher.

There’s a lot of great shows like this around.

My favorite podcast on iTunes is The Good Show.

Its very popular, so it’s easy to subscribe to.

On Stitcher, I listen to The Best Of with my favorite podcasts.

They’re a little hard to find in my feed, but if you look for the podcasts in the top list, you’ll find them. 

This is also the podcast where I first started listening to podcasts, and The First 100 Podcasts is another good show.

For my first year listening to podcasting, The 100 Best Podcasts is my number one favorite.

2. 

Podcast Revolution (PodcastRevolution) Podcast revolution is a podcasting website that helps you find great podcasts and then makes it easier to subscribe.

Patreon helps you support their shows.

That’s the kind of thing you’d expect from a podcast revolution website, so the fact that they are all owned by one of these amazing people is something that I’m very excited about.

What is Podcast Revolution?

Porporon is a platform where you can purchase shows. 

It lets you choose from a large number of different podcasts and show you what you’re missing if you don’t have the time or resources to buy a show. 

They also have a free podcasting program where you could listen to a bunch of shows from other podcasts, so this is a great way to help out a show that you might not have the patience to invest in. 3. 

The Pause Room (The Paucherer Room) I’ve been listening to Podcast Revolution for a while now.

It has the best content and the most content. 

Its also free, so I think it will be a good way to keep in touch with podcasts. 

4. 

Beef N’ Biscuits (BeefNBiscuits) BeefnBiscuit is one awesome podcast, and I love that they offer a podcast in Spanish.

Their podcast is awesome.

5. 

Gotta Go To The Movies (GottaGoToTheMovies) Gotta go to the movies, which is one reason I love podcasts.

I have an endless list of podcasts I love, so when I’m in the mood to listen, I just pick up a show like this one and watch it. 

 6. 

NerdNerdCon (Nerd NerdCon) Nerd nerd con is a lot like a podcast.

A podcast where people talk about different podcasts.

Nerd nerd con happens at nerdcon every year, and you can also find podcasts like this at nerd con.

7. 

Binge On (BingeOn) Binge on is another podcast that I listen a lot to.

I think they have some really good shows.

My favorite podcast is Nathan’s podcast, so its my favorite podcast. 

8. 

Spike Jonze: Comedy Special (Spike