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09 March 2016

Essential Listening: Disruption Theory

Not every podcast has a huge audience like Serial or WTF with Marc Maron. Like blogging, podcasting has made great inroads among niche audiences. It provides fans and subcultures with a medium through which to explore topics of interest in a different way. This is one reason why podcasting has continued to grow increasingly popular with the public. A recent study shows that one in five Americans have listened to a podcast in the past month.

If you want to hear more podcasts, previous installments of Essential Listening would be a good place to start. With spring break coming up for many students, you can never have enough material to listen to on your long drive to the beach.

Feel free to leave a comment or recommend other podcasts that Enterprising Investor readers and listeners might enjoy. I may highlight them in the next edition.

You can read more from Tadas Viskanta on his blog Abnormal Returns or follow him on Twitter @abnormalreturns.

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About the Author(s)
Tadas Viskanta

Tadas Viskanta is the founder and editor of Abnormal Returns. He is also the author of Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere, which culls lessons learned from his time blogging.

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