Fox News Radio will be closing out 2018 with the launch of three new podcasts on the FOX News Podcast Network. The first show launched Thursday.
VH1 and reVolver Podcasts have teamed up to launch Love & Hip Hop: The Tea, the official podcast for VH1’s powerhouse Love & Hip Hop franchise. The show launched Monday, November 26 immediately following the season premiere of Love & Hip Hop: New York at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
A new business-oriented podcast has made its debut on iHeartRadio. The Brink is host by Johnathan Strickland and Ariel Kristen who discuss their business experiences in a fun and witty way.
The Metropolitan Opera and WQXR, New York’s all-Classical music station, announce Aria Code, a new 10-episode podcast series that pulls the curtain back on some of opera’s most legendary arias.
PodcastOne has added four new podcasts hosted by high-profile personalities. The programs are Chad’s World, Zane’s World, Selfie Made and Just Between Us.
ESPN Radio is airing a special presentation of three memorable editions of ESPN Audio’s 30 for 30 podcasts on Thanksgiving Day, starting at 1 p.m.
The big word for podcasting is definitely “growth” -- "explosive growth" might be more apt. And ESPN Podcasts is certainly on that ride. For the second straight month and third time in 2018, ESPN Podcasts set a record for any month in its history with 43.6 million IAB compliant downloads in October, as measured by RawVoice.
If the name is anything to go by, this one should be interesting. Always Aggravated is a new podcast hosted by 97.1 The Ticket (WXYT-FM) sports broadcaster Mike Valenti. New episodes will be posted weekly to RADIO.COM.
Amy Brown -- co-host of The Bobby Bones Show -- now has her own podcast called 4 Things With Amy Brown.
Podcasting solution provider Voxnest has announced the integration of Siri shortcuts in the company’s Spreaker Studio App, enabling podcasters to create custom voice commands for predefined actions.