Podcast Library


Advertising spots are available on the bi-monthly ASCRS podcast. The ASCRS Podcast Library has accumulated more than 350 audio programs on current topics in ophthalmology. Our producers and clinical advisors scan the wide range of news and clinical information available from a variety of sources, including live meetings and peer-review journals, and choose two topics per month to discuss. An interview with the presenter or author of a paper is arranged and edited by our staff.

Two podcasts are posted per month, once on the 1st and once on the 15th. The podcasts typically range in length from 15 to 25 minutes each. All podcasts are in standard mp3 format.

Prospective listeners can access the podcasts in several ways. Subscribers to the podcasts are automatically pushed each new podcast as it is released. Non-subscribers may access the podcasts through the ASCRS Center for Learning website and listen to individual podcasts without subscribing. The podcasts are open to all listeners, not just members of ASCRS or ASOA. The podcasts may also be found in the iTunes store, and users may subscribe to the podcasts via the iTunes store by searching under As Seen From Here, our production company for the podcasts. They may also be found in Google Play.


Statistics consistently show that podcasts are downloaded approximately 3,300–3,400 times per month on average.

Listeners come from all over the world, with U.S. physicians accounting for 41% of the total number of downloads.


Two podcasts are produced per month, for a total of 24 per year. Advertising spots are available on the front end and back end of each podcast. The spots may be up to 15 seconds in length at the beginning of the podcast. At the end of the podcast, spots may be up to 30 seconds in length. All podcast advertising spots are subject to review and approval by ASCRS.


All pricing is net. Price is per podcast. Multiple podcasts receive a discount per spot based on the price chart below.
















ASCRS Podcasts: Downloads/Month


Geographic Distribution of Downloads: