We recently hit a major milestone at Audioburst – 1 Petabyte of indexed talk audio content!
That’s the equivalent of 1092 years of listening, and a great opportunity to extract some insights.
In addition to analyzing thousands of premium podcasts, our platform listens to hundreds of radio stations around the clock, automatically analyzing the content, indexing it, and using patented technology to segment thousands of hours of talk audio into byte-sized experiences, which we call bursts.
To experience it, simply ask our audio search engine about the latest news.
In the process, we are able to extract entities such as persons, locations, organizations, shows, and much more.
We’ve scanned the last month, for example, and the data tells a fascinating story. You might be able to guess who’s on the list. But can you guess who isn’t?
Here are the last 30 days’ top 10 most mentioned people and organizations. Oh, and we pitted Google and Apple against each other. Can you guess who won?
Check it out below.
Top 10 Most mentioned people:
(Click the number to listen to the latest story about them)
Top 1o Organizations
|1||The White House||14,398|
|2||The Republican Party||4,795|
|3||The Democratic Party||3,614|
|7||Green Bay Packers||2,310|
|10||Word Health Organization||1,837|
Apple Vs. Google mentions