Show Popularity Ranking

Here’s a ranking of which shows are most popular based on downloads of the first episode, one week after release:

1) Pat Novak for Hire
2) Box 13
3) Yours Truly Johnny Dollar
4) Sherlock Holmes
5) Let George Do It

EP0010: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Parikoff Policy

Johnny Dollar investigates a murder, with an insured man facing a death penalty if convicted.  (First Charles Russell episode.)
Original Air Date: February 11, 1949
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EP0008: Let George Do It: Cousin Jeff and the Pigs

 
George Valentine is hired by his farmer cousin, Jeff to find him a bride that loves pigs.
Original Air Date: October 25, 1946
 
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EP0007: Pat Novak for Hire: The Jack of Clubs

When Pat Novak finds $1000 depsited in his bank account and a beautiful woman who wants him to find a Jack of Clubs, he runs into murder.

 Original Air Date: February 20, 1949

“You can’t find your hip pocket with radar.”-Pat Novak to Hellman

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The Un-Fun Part of Podcasting

Finished the least fun part of Podcasting this morning as I went through the painstaking submission process for the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio to increase search engine hits and subscriptions onto Itunes. It’s been a long time since I did this with The Old Time Dragnet Show. However, I’m pleased to report that it only took a couple hours to get through. I focused on directories that I found the Dragnet podcast in as well as the top podcast directories outside of Itunes. One directory that focused on Drama Podcasts had disappeared since the last time I did this.

The great thing about this is that with Google, Blogging, and Itunes, much of this is much more automatic than it used to be. Way back in the olden days of the 1990s. It took days to complete site promotion.