(By Rick Fink) Do you know one of the biggest reasons why most businesses don’t advertise? This may surprise some, but it’s simply because we’re not calling on them.
iHeartRadio and Sound Argument are launching a documentary podcast called Class Action. Hosted by Katie Phang, a trial lawyer, the 12-part podcast series will track law students battling it out in mock trial competitions across the country.
"VS Voices" will highlight stories of trailblazer women who have paved the way for other women to succeed. The podcast is the result of a deal with Victoria Secret and host Amanda de Cadenet.
"Mother Country Radicals" tells a family history of the 1970's radical organization Weather Underground. Zayd Ayers Dohrn hosts the program that takes a deep dive into the organization founded by his parents Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers.
To celebrate Pride Month 1010 WINS and WCBS 880 in New York City have launched It’s OK to Say Gay Podcast, focused on topics affecting the LGBTQIA+ community.
"R&B Money" is hosted by Grammy Nominated R&B singer-songwriter-producer TANK and his business partner, multi-platinum singer-songwriter-music executive J. Valentine. It's being offered by iHeartMedia and Charlamagne tha God's Black Effect Podcast Network.
"Next Question With Katie Couric” is coming out with a special limited series looking at the realities of a country without the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973. The six-episode special series comes on the heels of an unprecedented leak of a draft decision that Roe v. Wade is poised to be overturned.
The new episode of Buzz Knight's "Takin A Walk" podcast series features legendary radio industry pro Mark Chernoff. Knight says the latest episode, recorded during a walk in Central Park, includes great stories of Howard Stern, Don Imus, Scott Muni and more.
New York on-air veteran, Jimmy Fink, joins Rich Desisto and Paul Kelly on their AIRCHECK podcast. Jimmy’s “aircheck session” with Rich and Paul is a four-part episode.
“Throughline: ‘Afghanistan: The Center of the World’” a three-part miniseries on NPR has one a prestigious Peabody Award. The award, in the Podcast/Radio category was for the podcast produced and hosted by Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei.