Triton Digital, the global technology and services leader to the digital audio and podcast industry, announced today the release of the latest New Zealand Podcast Ranker. The Podcast Ranker provides insights into the Top 100 Podcasts as well as the Top Networks in New Zealand from 1 December through 31 December, 2021, as measured by Triton’s Podcast Metrics measurement service.
The Top 100 Podcast Ranker and Top Network Ranker are ranked by monthly listeners, in accordance with the latest IAB Podcast Technical Measurement Guidelines.
This month, Triton Digital introduces the New Zealand Podcast Ranker website – an enhanced and robust experience for New Zealand advertisers and agencies seeking podcast consumption insights. With just a few clicks, the new Podcast Ranker website provides metrics on New Zealand’s top 100 podcasts and top publishers.
The new rankers website will continue to evolve in the new year with deeper insights, metrics and other regions around the world.
For this reporting period, the top three podcasts include Fletch, Vaughan & Megan on ZM (NZME/iHeartRadio), Castile True Crime (Audioboom), and The Mike Hosking Breakfast (NZME/iHeartRadio).
New podcasts debuting on the ranker this month include Lost Hills (NZME/iHeartRadio), UK True Crime Podcast (Audioboom), The Howie Games (LiSTNR (SCA)) and more.
Total downloads of all shows by all participating publishers in the month of December is 5.8M.
Participating networks in New Zealand Ranker include Audioboom, Headgum, Kast Media (LiSTNR (SCA)), MediaWorks Radio Limited, NZME/iHeartRadio, Stitcher Media and Sports Entertainment Network (SEN).
Triton Digital’s Podcast Metrics measurement service is certified by the IAB Tech Lab as complying with Version 2 of the IAB Podcast Measurement Technical Guidelines and is currently under audio to complete certification for version 2.1. It provides accurate and insightful data around how, when, and where podcast content is being consumed across multiple hosting platforms, with the ability to view metrics by date range, location, device, podcast name, episode, title, and more.