The fact that the Arab world, like any part of the globe, needs podcasts is well known.
But digging deeper, you might wonder what type of podcasts the Arab world needs. The Arab audience is an intricate target audience, some of the Arab listeners are westernized, and the others cling to their roots and would like more podcasts that reflect those roots.
We Need More Stories!
When we examine the diversity of available Arabic content, we discover that a significant portion is interview-based, which is relatively apparent given how simple it is to produce. The use of interviews is quite acceptable. But discussions sometimes result in exciting tales. We are storytellers at our core, which creates a significant market opportunity for the podcast sector among Arab listeners. There are many untapped topics and untapped markets to explore. Storytelling can make podcasts more interactive, dynamic, engaging, and enjoyable. The unrivaled storytelling ability of podcasts draws listeners in.
Because of this, if you check out the top trending podcasts, you’ll see that many with a solid narrative focus are among the top 10. Regrettably, in terms of production and content quality, Arabic story-based podcasts must meet expectations. On the plus side, this is a fantastic opportunity for development. Podeo is here to change that, giving the creative people out there all they need to share their stories with the world!
More Woman-Oriented Podcasts
The Arab world, and the whole world in general, needs to give women more chances. But the case can be made that women in the Arab world need more woman-oriented podcasts. Podcasts that will shed light on issues facing a woman in their everyday lives. Or even topics in general and give them a woman’s perspective. The world needs it, and the Arab world certainly needs more women podcasts.
Podeo is giving a chance to all podcast creators alike, and women are here to shine with Podeo! Podcasting and starting your podcast journey has never been easier. Now is the perfect time for more women creators to start their journey with Podeo, fill a much-needed void, and tip the scales.
Arab podcasts are entering a new era in which novel forms of reporting, discourse, and commentary are flourishing, thanks to the creative young people in the region.
The progressive producers who are paving the way want to portray tales that reflect the realities of their contemporaries, the digital-generation Arabs, whose perspectives and experiences are frequently excluded from mainstream news cycles or are only shown in worldwide podcasts.
Despite the difficulty in finding independent, long-term funding and a viable business model, podcasts continue to be a significant public venue for hosting essential debates in a media landscape that is constantly evolving.