To make podcasting work as a total alternative replacement listening experience, it’s necessary for me to find and subscribe to podcasts and podcasters that (1) I really like and (2) put out enough content to make it possible for me to listen for up to about 10 hours a day, day in and day out. Now that I think about it, I realize I tend to be in regular email contact with those podcasters, so there tends to be interactive communication going on as opposed to just listening to the podcasts.
In the long term I’ve stayed to podcasts that (1) keep me informed about what’s going on in podcasting, (2) keep me informed on the latest Internet/tech-related news stories, (3) give me some sort of substance/value for the time I spend listening
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. That last one — the substance/value element — is quite important for every podcast, and tends to revolve around whether I like the podcaster’s personality, how genuine and honest they are being, etc. I have ended up dropping a number of podcasts over time where the podcasters weren’t genuine, or I didn’t feel like I could be friends with them in person given the opportunity.
It really does boil down to whether or not I could be friends with them in person. That’s one reason I think an annual gathering like the Podcast & Portable Media Expo is so important — it gives people the chance to actually meet each other and compare what comes across in the podcast versus what comes across in the real world.