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Let’s talk: New podcasts help associations engage members

Widespread use of smartphones, convenience of listening rather than reading, contribute to growth of podcasting around the world

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Podcast host Ernesto Gluecksmann interviews Katie Shepherd, national advocacy counsel at the American Immigration Council, for a recent episode of “Through the Noise.”

July 27, 2018
By James Cullum

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Podcasts are booming in popularity and associations are taking notice. Along with episodes of top-ranked “This American Life,” listeners can stream or download programs produced by associations, including “AMA Doc Talk,” “The Business of Travel” and the “NSSGA Podcast.” 

“I think it is really important for associations to constantly be looking for new ways to reach our members, to keep them interested and engaged, and we think this is a great new tool for us,” said Mike Johnson, CEO of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association. “Our members can get a deeper dive and get a better understanding of our industry, from how to best impact public policy … to lessening workplace injuries.”