The podcasts marketing and creative professionals can’t get enough of!
November 25, 2019|
Podcasts are blowing up in a big way, and we can’t get enough of them! Who else to ask for podcast recommendations than our own Canto community of creative minds and tastemakers?
Check out our customers’ top recommendations for podcasts to inspire, educate and entertain. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have to go get our headphones…
“Hands down, my favorite podcast to listen to is Crime Junkies with Ashley Flowers and Brit Prawat. I love true crime, but I hate when the stories are over-dramatized. Ashley and Brit are great at storytelling, so I’m completely drawn in during each weekly episode. I’m able to pop my headphones in and feel like I’m sitting down listening to a friend tell me about this crazy crime they’ve just learned about. Added bonus to the Crime Junkie podcast: Pruppet of the Month, a heartwarming feature of fan’s dogs. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll learn how to stay alive.”
— Heather Hartman
Digital Content Specialist, Coastal Pet Products
“How I Built This by Gy Raz (NPR) – Interviews with entrepreneurs who succeeded through grit and determination.
Hardcore History by Dan Carlin – Long-form podcast featuring history’s most pivotal moments.
Herding Tigers by Todd Henry – Great insights into creative team leadership.
Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me – NPR’s comedy news program.”
— Brett Miller
Creative Director, Kodiak Cakes
“You Must Remember This by Karina Longworth – During my first two years of college I lived with my grandparents, and I spent many a Saturday morning watching old movies with my grandmother — The Divorce of Lady X, Wuthering Heights, Stage Door. Being able to listen as Karina dives into the behind-the-screens scandals makes me feel close to my grandmother. She loved the scandals and the scoundrels.
Reading Women – I’m a prolific reader who spends too much time in her car! This podcast acts like a book club that has no meetings or reading deadlines, and it introduces me to new works by women authors I might not have discovered on my own.”
— Christy Wood
VP of Marketing, Seattle Symphony