We consider the use of community detection algorithms to perform speaker clustering on content graphs built from large audio corpora. We survey the application of agglomerative hierarchical clustering, modularity optimization methods, and spectral clustering as well as two random walk algorithms: Markov clustering and Infomap. Our results on graphs built from the NIST 2005+2006 and 2008+2010 Speaker Recognition Evaluations (SREs) provide insight into both the structure of the speakers present in the data and the intricacies of the clustering methods. In particular, we introduce an additional parameter to Infomap that improves its clustering performance on all graphs. Lastly, we also develop an automatic technique to purify the neighbors of each node by pruning away unnecessary edges.