Oct 312012
 

No, this isn’t some sort of Halloween trick.  We’re simply later, much later, than we expected in sharing another month of stats for the Troll in the Corner Podcast Network’s (TCPN). Think of this post as a Top 10 list of our podcasts.

TCPN has 3 strong podcasts with Wargaming Recon being submitted by its listeners for a 2012 Podcast Award.  The show didn’t make the slate, but the fan appreciation is humbling. The network earned almost 4,100 listens this month. That is almost 300 more than the prior month.

 

 

Most Popular Podcasts

4) Monsters of the Shattered World – 346
3) Indie Talks – 996
2) Wargaming Recon – 1094
1) Geeks Explicitly – 1611

What do the numbers mean?
The number after the show’s name is the total number of listens the show received for all of its recordings. For example, Monsters of the Shattered World was listened to 346 times.

In other words, Geeks Explicitly is the most listened to show on the network with Wargaming Recon a close second.

# of New Recordings

TIE for 2nd
2) Indie Talks – 1
Monsters of the Shattered World – 1
Wargaming Recon – 1
1) Geeks Explicitly – 5

This means that Geeks Explicitly is the most prevalent shows on the network.

# of Listens (average) per Recording

4) Indie Talks – 76
3) Geeks Explicitly – 80
2) Monsters of the Shattered World – 86
1) Wargaming Recon – 547

What do these numbers mean? We took the number of recordings released that month and divided it with the number of listens. That means on an episode by episode basis Wargaming Recon gets the most listeners.

+/- Changes From Last Month

4) Geeks Explicitly – -284
3) Monsters of the Shattered World – +60
2) Geeks Explicitly – +232
1) Wargaming Recon +256

This means that Wargaming Recon grew the most.

Thank you to everyone who has given us a chance, to Jeremy Kostiew of MightyNightGaunt for creating the podcast logos, and to everyone at TrollITC for making this a success.

About Jonathan J. Reinhart

Jonathan J. Reinhart is an editor of Troll in the Corner where he writes about wargaming. Jonathan also is the owner of the Wargaming Recon podcast. He has been gaming with miniatures since 2000 and playing board games from a young age. He's played a myriad of games such as: Warhammer 40k, Warhammer Fantasy, Warmachine, Starship Troopers, Axis & Allies: War at Sea, Flames of War and Warlord Games' Black Powder rules. War at Sea and the Black Powder rules are his current go-to games. Jonathan enjoys casual, fast, fun, and group board games. Sitting Ducks Gallery, Zombie Dice, Guillotine, Pandemic, and Carcassonne rank high on his list. He is a retired local politician with a B.A. in Politics & History, which provides a useful background for historical gaming. A casual World of Warcraft player, he became a Kingslayer as Viktrious the Blood Elf on 4/23/11 and followed that up by slaying Deathwing on 5/9/12.

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