Vox Media has selected Panoply as a partner for podcast distribution and monetization. Vox will use Panoply’s podcast platform, Megaphone, to host and distribute its entire lineup of podcasts across the Vox Media Podcast Network.
YEA Networks is producing and distributing Logically Irrational, a weekly podcast from Melissa Rycroft-Strickland and husband Tye Strickland that delves into relationships, family, pop culture, and Reality TV.
ABC Radio is launching a new podcast hosted by ABC News Senior National Correspondent Paula Faris. The first three episodes of Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris will be released Wednesday, November 14.
Stan Lee is the doyen of the world of comics. At 9, he can look back on a career in which he co-created such characters as Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thor, and the X-Men. This podcast reveals the battle for control of Lee and his fortune.
Cadence13 makes the announcement that sports anchor and reporter Lindsay Czarniak is launching a new podcast called "players." Season one, launching today, features Czarniak with the biggest “players” in country music, discussing the impact sports has had on their lives. The first episode features Cole Swindell.
On Thursday, the FCC commissioner released the third episode of Broadband Conversations, her podcast dedicated to amplifying the voices of women from across the technology, innovation, and media sectors. The episode featured Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code and a 2013 White House Champion of Change.
reVolver Podcasts had three shows recognized, with awards given to Latinos Out Loud for Best Comedy, Teresa Rodriguez: Stories Beyond the Headlines for Best English Podcast, and Hablando de Frente Maria Marin for Best Health Podcast.
In her latest episode of Beyond The Business, Beasley CEO Caroline Beasley interviews Zachary Miles, Executive Director of the University of Las Vegas Research Foundation and Associate Vice President for Economic Development.
ESPN Films’ 30 for 30 Podcasts has returned for a fourth season with five new audio documentaries. The first three episodes are now all live. "Six Who Sat,” about female endurance athletes who staged a sit-down strike for 10 minutes at the 1972 New York City Marathon, was released Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Courrielche, Cortez, and Premiere Networks will co-produce Red Pilled America, a weekly podcast series beginning November 1 on the iHeartRadio Podcast Network. Each episode will search for answers in the stories of forgotten men and women of America.