It’s Podcaster Appreciation Day, Too!

Apr 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcasting Events

Darren Rouse at Problogger has declared it Blogger Appreciation Day:

On the spur of the moment this morning I declared it Blogger Appreciation day and asked readers to email another blogger to let them know that you appreciate something about them. I also suggested that you could also write a post with your words of appreciation.

Why not make it Podcaster Appreciation Day, too?

Let’s take some time today to thank some of the podcasters, vloggers and video podcasters that you rely on.

Here are just a few of the podcasts that I’m subscribed to:

If you can, let people know about some of the podcasts you love today, thank some of your favorite podcasters and spread the word that it’s Podcaster Appreciation Day, too!

And if you’ve got a great podcast, let me know about it in the comments!


No Responses to “It’s Podcaster Appreciation Day, Too!”

  1. taniaelis says:

    I’m glad that NPR offers podcasts – Science Friday & the Wired podcast are two standouts!

  2. kopper says:

    Ah shux, that’s great! I guess it’s as good a day as any to check out the GaragePunk Podcast (see link). Thanks!

  3. Rian says:

    At we’re big fans of the short, daily podcasts like tech5 and the 90 second naturalist because they fit well into our podcast customizer, so thank you to all you podcasters who keep it less than 10 minutes! I also agree with the NPR appreciation… and I actually really appreciate ALL the government run podcasts like Canada’s CBC podcasts and the BBC’s podcasts.

  4. Katia says:

    Oooh podcaster appreciation day – I like the idea of that.
    I am a huge fan of Hometown Tales.
    And my shameless plug? : the adventures of an American and an Australian expat living in Paris. We have a couple of spinoffs too 🙂

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  7. Uncle Drew says:

    The “homegrown” podcasts I regularly listen to include “The Engaging Brand” produced by a marketing professional from the UK; “TravelCommons”, a meditation on constantly being on the road for business; “Fitness Rocks” in which a medical professional offers health and fitness tips; and “The Bitterest Pill”, an entertaining monologue from a stay-at-home dad who sounds like he’s in need of some therapy.

    Uncle Drew – Hungary’s podcast

  8. Sarah Atwood says:

    Yeah! I appreciate all podcasts and the podcasters who put in the time and energy to keep the webnation entertained and informed. One of my favorites is And my own podcast is Nerdtainment at

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