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Code Switch Named "Show of the Year" by Apple Podcasts

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December 2020

 

As a leader in conversations about race and identity for nearly eight years, Code Switch has been named the first-ever “show of the year” by Apple Podcasts. The accolade follows Code Switch’s recognition by TIME and Teen Vogue as one of the “best podcasts in 2020,” and its rapid ascent to the top of the podcast charts with a 209% growth in weekly users this summer.

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The Code Switch audience is young and diverse.

38%

are ages 25-34.

49%

are people of color.

Founded in 2013, Code Switch is one of the pillars in NPR’s expanding portfolio of diverse programming that also includes It’s Been a MinuteLouder Than A RiotRadio Ambulante and more.

 

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Source: 1. Nielsen Scarborough Podcast Buying Power, 2020.