The series, Women’s History in a Minute, launches March 1 on the ABC Power Portal. The on-demand original video service is optimized for radio station websites, apps and social media platforms.
The New York Times has produced an audio documentary series about a high school reopening during the pandemic. Odessa is a four-part audio documentary series about the return to class at the West Texas high school.
According to a press release from both companies the collaboration will allow radio listeners to experience a hybrid listening experience, dynamically switching between broadcast and internet radio.
TuneIn has added four to the leadership team and six new members to the board. Additions to the top team include a Chief Technology Officer, Chief Revenue Officer, Chief Product Officer and Chief Legal Officer.
Some of pro football’s biggest stars will unveil their soundtracks on Pandora and SiriusXM. The celebration of footballs biggest weekend is part of the launch of All Pro Mode on Uninterrupted Radio.
Armin van Buuren and Steve Aoki have added to their channel count. A State of Armin and Steve Aoki’s Remix Radio are the new channels for the pair that already have other offerings on SiriusXM.
SiriusXM is filling its channels with specials highlighting the lasting contributions of Black Americans in history, culture, business, and society. Along with the many music channels, talk and even comedy channels will feature special Black History Month programming.
SiriusXM has created some new limited-engagement channels and specialty programming for Black History Month. SiriusXM has collaborated with these historic artists and their teams to create unique, hand-crafted radio channels that listeners and fans.
Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud comedy brand is launching three new programs. Among the new offerings, a podcast from Hart called Inside Jokes.
Foo Fighters Radio, will be a limited-engagement channel, hand-crafted by the band. The channel launches February 3 and will air for two months.