My Top 5 (and Bottom) Podcasts of 2011

In 2011 I cut back to producing a podcast every other week (22 total). It was a good transition from a weekly show, but that’s not to say I cut back completely. I still managed to record 13 shows with John Mayo on his Comic Book Page podcast to discuss the Diamond Sale Order numbers and I was a guest on Ric Croxton’s Book Cave, plus I was on two Podcast Panels: C2E2 2011 and the 2011 Detroit Fanfare, the latter of which was recorded (see below). So much for cutting back, eh?

Here’s my list of the Top and Bottom in terms of the number of downloads:

The Top

The Bottom

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3 comments for “My Top 5 (and Bottom) Podcasts of 2011

  1. January 10, 2012 at 11:12 AM

    I’m a bit confused…are these your top and bottom podcasts in terms of listens/downloads, or something else? If it’s the former, I’m sad to see the “Government Issue” interview so low — that was really great.

    • CJM
      January 10, 2012 at 1:22 PM

      Marc, Yes it’s in terms of total number of downloads. I’m not stressed out, it is what it is. Hopefully by this post I’ll be able to get a bit more juice from the squeeze.

  2. HipHopHead
    January 10, 2012 at 12:15 PM

    Personally, I find all of your podcast interesting, due to the fact you cover all genres of comics, not just super-heroes. The interviews are great, especially since I may never get the opportunity to speak with your guests. And you ask very good questions.

    I know it is following the subject heading, but I also follow you on twitter, where you express your views on various subjects.

    Looking forward to your last year of podcasting, try to get one out before 12/21/12 (lol)

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