Guinness World Records has confirmed that The Adam Carolla Show has officially broken the record for the Most Downloaded Podcast, receiving 59,574,843 unique downloads from March 2009 to March 16, 2011. Carolla made the announcement on the Jimmy Kimmel show. This breaks the previous record held by The Ricky Gervais Show, set in February 2006. The Ricky Gervais Show […]
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Apple has announced its picks (iTunes link) for the best podcasts of 2009, breaking them out into four categories: This Year’s Audio Podcasts – The Adam Carolla Podcast topped the list. Other noted include Robert Ashley’s A Live Well Wasted, WTF with Marc Maron, The Memory Palace and Norman Centuries. This Year’s Video Podcasts – […]
Chris Bulger of web analytics concern Compete has compiled some interesting statistics on most-listened-to stations on Sirius Internet Radio. Compete tracks two million media consumers’ overall Internet behavior; Bulger examined the listening habits of those who listen to the satellite network’s online offerings. With hundreds of different channels to choose from, I would have thought […]
Earlier in the year radio personality Adam Carolla declared that terrestrial radio is “heading for the sh*tter,” and launched a free daily (Monday – Friday) podcast. Carolla’s podcast was an immediate success, and he hasn’t looked back. “We haven’t missed a day yet,” Carolla said. “It’s like dating. If you like me, I’ll like you […]
When his weekday show was suddenly cancelled in a sweeping format change, nationally syndicated radio host Adam Carolla launched a free daily podcast -Â a podcast with a quarter million listens within 24 hours of the first episode posting. Wednesday, live streaming video service Stickam announced that it “will be the exclusive streamer for Adam […]
Econsultancy has published an interesting post that looks Adam Carolla’s podcast, and at how podcasting and new media are changing the game for entertainers and media personalities: With his podcast, Carolla runs the show. He controls operations, can set his own direction without approval from higher-ups and has almost no limitations on what deals he […]
It looks like the Adam Carolla Podcast may do to radio what Nine Inch Nails did to the music industry – make it irrelevant.
On Friday, February 20th, Adam Carolla’s radio show left the airwaves, as part of a format switch.
Four days later, Corolla had a hit podcast.
Nationally syndicated radio show host Adam Carolla was recently, unceremoniously, fired when the station he broadcast from, Los Angeles’ KLSX 97.1 FM, changed its format to a pop music station. Declaring that terrestrial radio is “heading for the sh*tter,” Carolla has launched a free daily (Monday – Friday) podcast. “For now, itâ€™ll be very stripped […]