Bainbridge podcast makes 2019 ‘top 10’ list

The B.I. Stander, a Bainbridge-centric podcast specializing in community issues, current events, sports, politics and culture, was recently included on the Podcast Business Journal’s 2019 “Top Ten Local Podcasts” list.

“In the interest of full disclosure, visiting Bainbridge Island (just out of Seattle, WA) is on my bucket list,” said list author Troy Price. “[Host] Timothy Self has produced a crazy number of podcast episodes about his community since 2017. The people on each episode highlight the character of the island and this just makes me want to visit more.

“Another amazing aspect of this show is the quality of the show notes written for each episode,” Price added.

The Podcast Business Journal is “a daily newsletter and accompanying website that are written by, for, and about podcasters and podcasting.” It covers the “newsmakers and the latest developments in the podcast world.”

Visit www.podcastbusinessjournal.com to learn more, or www.thebistanderpodcast.libsyn.com for prior episodes of the show.

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