The RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast, hosted by RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson, this week taped its 161st episode.
What are the five most-listened-to episodes of the InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, offered to listeners since July 1?
With nearly 2,200 downloads and even more listens via our embedded podcast player at the top of the RBR.com website, the most-listened to episode of the second half of 2021 is our interview with Anne Schelle, Managing Director of Pearl TV.
Given the average price of a TV equipped with NEXTGEN TV capabilities, we just had to catch up with Pearl TV Managing Director Anne Schelle. Are chip shortages and supply chain issues a factor? Are consumers really coughing up more than $1,000 for a new set?
Schelle shares all, along with what TV viewers in big Canadian markets with access to U.S. TV stations, can expect, in this fresh InFOCUS Podcast. LISTEN HERE.
The second most-listened to InFOCUS podcast since July 1 features our interview with Marketron SVP of Product Jimshade Chaudhari. It was conducted just hours before the NAB announced it was killing the 2021 NAB Show due to continued COVID-19 pandemic concerns.
Our No. 3 most-listened to podcast features Capital Broadcasting Co. VP of Radio Brian Maloney, who offered an exclusive look inside a company that was first to embrace HD Radio and more recently helped bring NEXTGEN TV to fruition. LISTEN HERE.
Rounding out the top five podcasts: an exclusive conversation with veteran media broker Dick Foreman (LISTEN HERE) and a September 30 podcast with Keith Pelletier, the Dielectric executive who shares details on why a move from physical to AI-driven simulated modeling could matter to all C-Suite executives (LISTEN HERE).