2017 Review: Top Ten Digital Sport Insider podcasts of the year

Following on from last week’s review of the articles you’ve been interested in this year, which took us by surprise to be honest, we decided to take a look at the podcasts we’ve loved doing this year as well. This year seen me sit down for 54 episodes of the Digital Sport Insider and rack up over 56k listens. Not a bad year at all.

Next year will see more of the same, plus new ideas and formats being introduced. As we tackle some of the big topics of the day we’ll be sitting down with experts to help us through the minefields of analysis, opinion and #fakenews to get to the heart of the matters at hand.

For now I hope you enjoy a listen back to some of our favourite podcasts of 2017!

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And a special mention to our most listened to podcast of all time, and one that even though it was recorded in 2016 still managed to hit almost 1000 downloads this year. Great work Sean!

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Daniel McLaren
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Dan is the Founder & CEO of Digital Sport. Can be found at sports industry events and heard every week on the Digital Sport Insider podcast. @DanielMcLaren

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