Westwood One has announced new podcast partnerships with NBC Sports Radio’s The Leisuremen, personalities Paul Pabst and Andrew Perloff; political website The Daily Wire, featuring two podcasts from Ben Shapiro and Andrew Klavan; and Entrepreneurs En Vogue, featuring Miss New York US, Iman Oubou.
Advisors to President Trump seem to be in the news constantly – and not necessarily for the best of reasons. But there’s good news for fans of one Trump insider with an impressive background in radio: Bill Bennett. Bennett has entered into a partnership with DGital Media to do The Bill Bennett Show weekly, debuting Thursday.
Hundreds of podcast hosts will be combining their powers in March to convert more listeners to the world of podcasts. According to Edison Research, one in five Americans listened to podcasts every month as of early 2016 – a number that has grown by double-digits for five years. But there are still plenty of folks who don’t know how to listen in.
On Wednesday, the two companies announced the agreement that will make TargetSpot the exclusive third-party sales network for SBS’s Spanish Radio streaming inventory. SBS owns and operates 17 stations in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, and Puerto Rico.
A podcast with a difference debuts on WRALsportsfan.com, Tuesday, February 14. The eight-week podcast, NC State Stuff: Is there a curse?, looks at the mythological North Carolina State sports curse.
Michelle Conrad is the new Social, Mobile, Digital Consultant at Paragon. Prior to joining Paragon, Conrad was in social media analytics for Oracle, Senior Social Media Account Manager for Friend2Friend, and Social Media Associate for Gunshot Digital. She operates Yooreka Social in Denver.
Since coming quietly onto the scene at the end of January, 2017, the Chicken Soup for the Soul podcast has surpassed one million downloads. The podcast is hosted by Chicken Soup for the Soul’s publisher, editor-in-chief, and author Amy Newmark.
The satellite radio company is set to launch Stanford Radio in collaboration with Stanford University. Debuting on Channel 121, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m., Stanford Radio feature two all-new programs: The Future of Everything and School’s In.
The legendary actress will host a new weekly one-hour talk show on SiriusXM's Stars channel. Brooke Shields Now will feature inspiring, passionate conversations between Brooke, experts, and celebrity guests as they discuss topics ranging from parenting and relationships to fashion, the arts, and more.
Futuri Media has released enhancements to POST, a system that creates and publishes podcasts and on-demand audio for radio broadcasters.