The percentage of Americans who have listened to a podcast in the past month has almost doubled since 2008, from 9% to 17% by January of 2015. The percentage listening in 2015 was up two points over 2014 levels (15%). Podcasts are growing in popularity there is no doubt about that. The reason? More individuals and organizations are putting out exceptionally high-quality content.
You can now find an interesting podcast for any industry. Since podcasts are completely portable and can be listened to while driving they are a great way to stay up do date in your industry and grow your skills and knowledge.
So next time you're stuck in traffic you might want to check out one of the Internet of Things podcasts:
1. Stacey Higginbotham’s Internet of Things podcast
Stacey covers everything related to the evolving and exciting world of IoT and how it will impact business and productivity.
2. Farstuff: The Internet of Things Podcast
Everything around us is getting smarter and more connected, and that technology is enabling a new class of smart, connected devices. This Internet of Things (IoT) will transform our lives, and this weekly podcast helps you stay on top of it.
3. HBR Ideacast
A weekly podcast featuring the leading thinkers in business and management from Harvard Business Review.
4. Industry Focus
Healthcare, technology, energy, consumer goods and more. Every day Motley Fool Industry Focus analysts break down a specific industry and the stocks making headlines.
5. Pepperl+Fuchs RFIDTalk
RFID Talk is presented by Helge Hornis and Tim Cicerchi of Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. The show focuses on industrial RFID solutions. Topics range from the products themselves, to applications, troubleshooting, best practices, and more.
6. Digital Trends: Trends with Benefits
Written in plain English by experts, featuring timely and entertaining coverage of the way technology is shaping our lives, Digital Trends is your authoritative guide to the world around us.
7. IoT Inc Podcast
This podcast is for leaders planning and building their Internet of Things business and product line. It’s also for vendors and service providers applying the Internet of Things to the business of their customers and it can be for technologists.