With more than 2 million podcasts being produced today, including hundreds with an automotive and mobility focus, finding the best resources to keep an auto supplier executive up to date is not quite as easy as a quick Google search.
But don’t worry. We’ve done the research for you. We’ve scoured our sources and received input from our colleagues to come up with a list of top podcasts for auto suppliers.
Ranging in length from a few minutes to over one hour, the podcasts focus on topics that can help automotive and technology executives stay on top of leading industry trends and gain insight on the future of mobility, helping them keep up with this rapidly changing and competitive market.
Here are the top 13 podcasts we recommend for auto supplier and mobility technology executives in North America:
Autoblog: Hosted by Autoblog editor-in-chief Greg Migliore and his editorial team, the hour-long Autoblog podcast covers car reviews, auto show coverage and industry commentary – and everything in-between – each week in a wide-ranging podcast.
Autoline Daily: Running Monday through Friday each week and available in both audio and video form, this podcast is an 8 minute newscast for the automotive industry enthusiast, hosted by auto journalist John McElroy and his team.
Automotive Insiders – Sponsored by the OESA (Original Equipment Suppliers Association), Automotive Insiders is a 10 to 15 minute podcast hosted by Jason Stein. Jason interviews some of the industry’s key thought leaders and industry insiders on various industry topics, trends and projections that are impacting the future of automotive.
Automotive Insight: One-minute radio segments available online (and broadcast weekdays on Detroit’s WWJ Newsradio 950) and hosted by John McElroy, one of the auto industry’s most influential thought leaders, journalists and commentators.
Autonocast: A weekly 30 to 40 minute podcast featuring conversations about autonomy, mobility, electrification, and the policy and politics surrounding transportation’s future. Hosted by TechCrunch transportation editor Kirsten Korosec, auto-tech writer Ed Niedermeyer and TV host/rally race driver/Argo AI special operations director Alex Roy.
Cars & Culture with Jason Stein: A podcast that explores America’s love story with our motor vehicles, hosted by Jason Stein, the weekly one-hour show features high-profile car lovers, including auto industry leaders, racecar drivers, and more.
Daily Drive: A daily podcast series from Automotive News where host Jamie Butters speaks with industry experts, insiders and Automotive News reporters about events and trends impacting and reshaping the automotive industry.
GlobalAutoIndustry.com: 15+ minute audio interviews by global auto consultant Ron Hesse with top auto executives from around the world on a wide range of manufacturing, sales, purchasing, HR, supply chain and other topics.
No Parking Podcast: A weekly podcast hosted by Cannonball driver & author Alex Roy and roboticist Bryan Salesky. Running from 30 to 75 minutes in length, the free-ranging podcast covers topics such as self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence and how technology will actually change our daily lives.
SAE Tomorrow Today: A new podcast (20 to 40 minutes in length), hosted by autonomous mobility consultant Grayson Brulte and featuring multiple episodes centered around key topics or events that impact the advancement of mobility knowledge and solutions for the benefit of humanity. (Disclosure: SAE International is a Bianchi PR client.)
SHIFT: A mobility-focused podcast from Automotive News, SHIFT is produced weekly, and spends about 45 minutes talking with industry experts about what’s next for transportation — whether it’s autonomous cars, ridesharing services or new automotive business models.
Wheel Bearings: Weekly one-hour+ podcast offering in-depth auto-industry-savvy, engineering-focused and thought-provoking discussion on automobiles and the future of transportation with noted automotive journalist and Guidehouse Insights analyst Sam Abuelsamid, and freelance auto writers Nicole Wakelin and Roberto Baldwin.
If you have any additional podcast suggestions, please let us know, using the comments section below.
Author: Jaclyn Bussert
Jaclyn is a senior account executive at Bianchi PR with 10 years of B2B PR experience assisting and supporting our account teams in a variety of public relations activities.
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