There are 240 different podcasts under the “Most Popular” tab for iTunes’ Marketing and Management topic alone. We’ve separated the marketing podcast wheat from the chaff for those looking to maximize their off-screen time.
Confessions of a Marketer
Hosted by Mark Reed-Edwards, Confessions of a Marketer is a series of candid, one-on-one conversations with prominent marketing professionals and professors on subjects spanning a CMO’s wheelhouse, from broad strategy topics such as data privacy and the next generation of talent, to granular subjects like product marketing and funding acquisition.
For the digital and data marketers, AdEchanger Talks is the source for news on martech developments and digital best practices. With episodes on the lengthier side of the marketing podcast stack, discussions are more in-depth, but include full-text transcripts for listeners in a rush.
Purporting to cut through the PR-speak so prevalent in the media and marketing fields, AdAge‘s Ad Lib podcast features off-the-cuff conversations with high-profile marketers about their careers, experience and opinions.
“The goal here is to do away with spin and jargon, and get to know some of the more influential and innovative people in this space—and understand the humans behind the titles,” the show’s description promises.
The long-running official podcast of the Harvard Business Review, HBR IdeaCast features bite-sized conversations with executive thought leaders and academics in all aspects of business and management, from networking to AI innovations to work-life balance. The podcast releases weekly, and has a massive searchable backlog from the last 11 years for any topic that might cross a marketer’s mind, including a six-part series centering entirely on the triumphs, troubles and myths faced by women at work.