Sorry about that, I didn't mean to criticize so much as point out some areas for improvement. (I still have several cringe-worthy sites and apps up, so I can hardly point fingers. At least my shame is mostly safely hidden behind company firewalls.)
It's true that that site doesn't support and augment their podcast so much. It doesn't seem to be about that. But it does make it easy to find out about or buy book$ and live show$, and merchandise.
It doesn't have direct episode links, like DC does, but it does have many easy-to-find links to iTunes
and their own episode lister.
It looks like they only have 43 episodes and that they come out every two weeks like clockwork.
To be so big for so little content suggests that there is some serious marketing or alternate distribution (radio?) in play.Update:
Yep, they cross promote several bands with their "Weather report" music, plus they've got mainstream reviews and tie-ins to TV shows
, plus they've had big-name guest talent
(Including the venture Bros guys!).
These bands and talent bring in lots of fans. Just like I discovered DC by following an author I liked.