Stitcher has unveiled its roster of new shows, original content, and advertising partnerships at the Winter Podcast Upfront in Los Angeles.
Actor and comedian Paul Scheer joined Stitcher Chief Revenue Officer Korri Kolesa to do the unveiling. Scheer launched his movie critique podcast Unspooled on Stitcher’s Earwolf comedy podcast network last year and is the host of Earwolf’s long-running hit show How Did This Get Made?
New York Times best-selling authors Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn will debut Just Between Us on March 13. The show is based on the hit comedy YouTube series of the same name.
Sean Rameswaram, host of Today, Explained, unveiled Vox Media’s expanded partnership with Stitcher to launch a new technology news podcast from Recode, Vox Media’s technology and business news network.
“Stitcher continues to lead the way in all parts of the podcast ecosystem, from listening and discovery, to partnering with top talent on some of the world’s most popular podcasts, and helping brands reach engaged audiences,” said Kolesa. “We are thrilled to welcome these new shows to our roster as we continue to make Stitcher the best place in the world for podcasting.”
Stitcher unveiled several new additions to its Stitcher Originals and Earwolf networks, including:
• Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast, on March 1.
• Science Rules! with Bill Nye launches on the Stitcher Originals network in May.
• Lost at the Smithsonian, with Aasif Mandvi of The Daily Show, launches on the Stitcher Originals network in June.
• Jensen and Holes: Murder Squad, a new spin on true crime, joins the Exactly Right network April 1.
Stitcher’s presentation also highlighted previously announced and new seasons of some of the most popular shows on its networks.