NPR's 'Invisibilia' Reaches Over 10 Million Downloads Or Streams In Less Than A Month
February 3, 2015 at 8:28 AM (PT)
NPR's new "INVISIBILIA" podcast has reached a milestone after less than a month of release, with over 10 million downloads or streams since the JANUARY 9th launch.
NPR VP of Programming ERIC NUZUM said of the show, which looks at the "invisible forces that guide human behavior," that it "will have more downloads per episode in JANUARY than any other NPR podcast, which is unprecedented for any new show and much more for one that has been on the air for less than a month. This confirms that expert story-telling, approaching difficult subjects with a combination of rigorous reporting and a human perspective, works across all platforms."
The show is hosted by ALIX SPIEGE and LULU MILLER; excerpts appeared on NPR's ALL THINGS CONSIDERED and MORNING EDITION, WBEZ/CHICAGO and PRX's THIS AMERICAN LIFE, and WNYC-A-F/NEW YORK's RADIOLAB.