Both Podcasts Rank #1 in mid-year 2022 what-to-listen-to guides
Boston, MA (July 26, 2022) – Post Script Media‘s new podcasts, Climavores, and Hot Buttons, recently topped the lists for Apple Podcasts – Food category and Cosmopolitan Magazine’s 15 Best Podcasts of 2022 (so far), respectively. Both shows are considered “New & Noteworthy” on Apple Podcasts, with Hot Buttons also reaching #6 on the charts in the Fashion & Beauty category.
“The response to these two new shows has been tremendous,” said Scott Clavenna, CEO and co-founder of Post Script Media. “The popularity of the shows confirms that we’re onto something that people are interested in and think is relevant to their lives – food and fashion – seen through the climate lens. These shows are not doom and gloom, they are funny, personal, and offer common sense solutions any individual can take.”
“As federal climate policy action stalls, it is becoming increasingly important to look to each other for hope,” Post Script Media Co-Founder and Executive Editor Stephen Lacey. “You don’t have to be a climate expert to understand the power you have as an individual to act on climate every day, with nearly every choice you make. We’re seeing listeners really respond to the new shows and it’s easy to see why.”
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With millions of podcasts to choose from, listeners are picking Climavores and Hot Buttons.
Climavores is a show about eating on a changing planet. Each week, journalists Tamar Haspel and Mike Grunwald explore the complicated, confusing, and surprising relationship between food and the environment.
Hot Buttons is a show about the future of fashion and culture on a changing planet. Each week, Christina Binkley, Rachel Kibbe, and Shilla Kim-Parker unwind the breaking news, industry moves, cultural trends, and tech breakthroughs that are shaping sustainable fashion. The fashion industry is one of the world’s biggest polluters. Can we change it?
About Post Script Media
Post Script Media makes podcasts for a changing planet. Founded by Stephen Lacey and Scott Clavenna, Post Script has produced some of the most important podcasts in the energy and climate space, including The Carbon Copy, Catalyst With Shayle Kann, The Big Switch, Columbia Energy Exchange, and Watt it Takes. Its production of Where the Internet Lives for Google won two Webby Awards in 2022, including Best Technology Podcast and People’s Voice Winner, Technology Podcast. Its production of A Matter of Degrees was a bronze winner in the inaugural Anthem Awards in 2022. Post Script Media is based in Boston, MA, with a team of audio professionals located throughout the U.S.