Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast
Arsenal Vision Podcast
Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast
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Sports & Recreation

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Estimated number of downloads on average each episode receives within the first 30 days of airing.

17,000

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Description

Post match chat and analysis after every Arsenal match or major event. A twice weekly podcast devoted to all things Arenal Football Club. FBA award winner for best football podcast by fan vote. Hosted by a TV personality and featuring a panel of published Authors and social media influencers. The podcast is unique and has developed a growing and loyal following. The pod has a perfect 5-star rating on iTunes. The discussion is sophisticated but humorous. We have special guests from the world of football and a dedicated stats section. Our host is a Princeton graduate, former attorney and veteran of TV hosting with a strong background promoting brands. The show is a fast moving, hour-plus trip through the world of Arsenal after every match and major event.

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About the Host
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A veteran of TV and Radio selling. Elliot is a Princeton University graduate, and former commercial litigation attorney. He has spent the past decade appearing on television shopping networks promoting products. His style is humorous and self-deprecating but professional.
Publishes
Twice a Week on Mon, Tue, Fri
Interests
Interests include sports (mostly European football), politics and music.
Location
Primarily US and UK
Description of Reach
Our show distributes on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, YouTube, Acast, and more. We are hosted by acast where we reach approximately 12,000 listeners per episode but we reach other 2500-5000 via YouTube. Our dedicated twitter account has 3500 followers but our host and contributors have twitter followings from 30K-70K and we could discuss promoting products on those accounts on a case by case basis.

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