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Top 10 Podcasts Of 2011

With the Christmas season upon us and year end approaching I wanted to take this opportunity to recognise what I consider to be the Top 10 Podcasts of 2011. These are the shows that I always make sure I have up-to-date on the iPhone before I get into the car.

1. MacBreak Weekly - TWiT
2. CrackBerry Podcast - Mobile Nations
3. Mobile Nations Podcast - Mobile Nations
4. T3 Podcast - T3.com
5. Piers Morgan Tonight - CNN
6. AC360 - CNN
7. TWiT - TWiT
8. TWiG - TWiT
9. Motley Fool Money - Motley Fool
10. HBR IdeaCast - Harvard Business Review

Congratulations to Leo Laporte and MacBreak Weekly for taking the number one spot and TWiT Network for three top ten shows. I thought the handling of the Steve Jobs health stories and his sad passing was second to none and showed real professionalism and journalistic integrity. Keep up the great work guys.
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