Why podcast advertising remains unshakable
Findings reveal podcasts are a powerful new media habit, with 81% of listeners now listening weekly or daily, and 71% saying they’ve taken direct action after hearing an ad
Acast, the world’s largest independent podcast company, has released the first ever research on podcast listening habits in Asia. The report — Sounds Smart Asia 2022 — reveals why people in Asia are listening to podcasts, how and when they’re listening, and the opportunity for podcast advertising in the region.
Acast commissioned Attest to survey people in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan, aged 18 or over, who listen to podcasts at least once a week. The research focused on three key areas: consumption, engagement and receptivity.
The findings reveal:
Meg Davies, Managing Director, International at Acast, said: “We believe that Sound Smart Asia is the first ever podcast-specific research in Asia, and the results really underpin just how significant podcasting has become here. Since our launch in Singapore earlier this year, we’ve witnessed the popularity of podcasts among listeners and advertisers skyrocket.
“We know there’s a great opportunity in Asia – especially when considering the journey of our other, more advanced markets — such as Sweden, the UK, and the US — and our study firmly shows that momentum is building. Now is the time for creators and advertisers to get involved.”
For brands and advertisers looking to find out more about the 2022 Acast Sounds Smart Report visit here or get in touch with Key Account Director, Timi Siytangco today via the team today via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acast is the world’s largest independent podcast company. Founded in 2014, the company has pioneered the open podcast ecosystem ever since – making podcasts available on any listening platform. Acast provides a marketplace, helping podcasters find the right audience to monetize their content. When our podcasters make money, we make money. Today, Acast hosts nearly 66,000 podcasts, with more than 400 million listens every month. The company operates worldwide and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Acast is listed on the Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market. Certified Advisor is FNCA Sweden AB, email@example.com, +46 (0) 8528 00 399.
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