This season, we’ve taken the Mid-Major Madness Podcast to a whole new level, bringing multiple podcasts per week straight to the phones of our listeners. Those who already subscribe to our podcast have been able to hear us talk about everything from the wild finish to the Nevada-Utah State game to 2-bid ASUN to grapes.
However, if you’re not yet subscribed, fear not! We’ve compiled a list of every major platform you can find us on, and they’re all contained right within this guide.
So look below, find your preferred method for subscribing and streaming, and get listening!
When it comes to listening to podcasts, I’m pretty old school. That means that I listen to podcasts the classic way: through my iPhone ‘Podcasts’ app. This is a pretty easy way of going about streaming podcasts, and here’s how it’s done:
First open the purple ‘Podcasts’ app on your iPhone. from there, you’ll want to click on ‘Search’ at the bottom and then type “Mid Major Madness” into the search bar at the top of the screen. From there, click on our icon.
After clicking on our icon, a screen that looks like the one below will appear. You’ll want to hit ‘SUBSCRIBE’ here. By doing this, every new episode we publish will automatically download to your phone within the app. From there, listening to a podcast is as easy as clicking on the desired episode and popping your AirPods in like a cool kid.
Every one of my Spotify playlists is full of Gilbert & Sullivan, Willie Nelson, or The Dave Matthews Band. I need something “hip” to listen to so friends that can see what I’m streaming think I’m cool.
Fortunately, one can find our podcast on Spotify as well!
From either your desktop or Spotify phone app, just click on the in-app search bar. Then, type in “Mid-Major Madness again. Click on our logo, one you should be pretty familiar with by now.
Once you’ve done that, you should see a screen like the one below. It’ll list our episodes in chronological order, from newest to oldest. Simply hover your mouse to the left of the episode name before clicking on the highlighted play button. That’s it! You’re ready to listen after that!
Stitcher is basically just an app that one can use to download podcasts, and it will require you to make an account if you use it on your phone (or wish to subscribe to us on desktop).
If you’re on your phone, subscribing is really no different than using the Apple Podcasts app. However, there is one important thing you’ll need to pay attention to:
After clicking on the magnifying glass icon at the bottom and typing “Mid Major Madness” in the search bar, make sure the podcast icon you click on is the one highlighted below. The others are feeds from many years ago. Subscribing to them will not allow you to hear our new podcasts.
As a general rule, look for the one that says “All the best podcast takes from SBNation’s Mid-Major Madness” beneath the title.
Clicking on it should bring you to the screen shown below, where clicking on the plus sign that’s highlighted will effectively serve as a ‘subscribe’ button. After that, you’re good to go!
If you manage to make it to the end of one of our articles, you’ll find an embedded feature from Megaphone. This isn’t necessarily a streaming service (unless you want to stream our podcast directly from one of our articles in an open browser tab like a maniac), but it is a great way to get linked to our podcast’s page on your preferred service. Simply click on the highlighted ‘SUBSCRIBE’ button, as seen below:
From there, a few different icons will pop up, each one corresponding to a different service (iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts are all included). Simply click on the desired icon, and it will take you to a page where you can subscribe to our podcast within that app.
Of course, we couldn’t do a how-to for every outlet we’re on. So, just be aware that if you’re a user of Google Podcasts (for Android devices) or Overcast, we’re also on there.
Now, given that there’s so many ways to listen, there’s really no excuse to not subscribe and check us out!
We’d like to give a huge shoutout to Bleeding Green Nation for the inspiration for this post, as their listening guide is a great model for how to inform fans.