As of 2019, there have been over 770,000 podcasts launched. Multiply that by the number of episodes released each day, and that’s a lof of content that audience members need to sift through.
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Episodic podcasts share “one-and-done” episodes where the content of previous episodes has little-to-no impact on future episodes. You typically do not need the context of prior episodes to understand the most recent. Examples include the nightly news or sketch comedy shows.
Serialized podcasts build storylines on an episode-by-episode basis, and therefore they are best consumed from start to finish (as opposed to episodic podcasts which can be started at any point).
We have done our best to categorize these podcasts to give more information to listeners.