Law & Crime, the live trial network that was founded by Dan Abrams, has teamed up with PodcastOne to launch a series of new podcasts focusing on the worlds of law and true-crime.
Julie Foudy’s latest espnW foray -- Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy -- is a fun, thoughtful, candid conversation with trailblazers in sports about the joy and chaos found in life and sports.
Deepak Chopra is a world-renowned identity in the fields of integrative medicine and personal transformation. Which makes him an ideal host for a podcast…or two.
Ghost Town, hosted and produced by Jason Horton and Rebecca Leib, is a comedy podcast about mysterious, abandoned, and esoteric places all over the world.
The name of the show is Spit, and it's hosted by Baratunde Thurston who interviews artists, scientists, and others about how DNA testing is changing the way people see themselves and the world.
In fact, it’s actually called The Feast and it’s launching its third season next week (March 12, 2019). Quite a unique concept, The Feast presents stories from the dining tables of history.
Last week, podcasting measurement company Podtrac released its January chart and it did not include unique streams and downloads for some reason. On Monday, Podtrac updated the January chart to include that metric, which saw iHeartRadio pass NPR for the first time.
DCP Entertainment has launched Inner Space with Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, a new podcast focused on emotional health and well-being.
It’s Women’s History Month and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel interviewed Cecilia Munoz -- currently Vice President of Public Interest Technology and Local Initiatives at New America -- on her podcast Broadband Conversations.
True crime continues to be a very hot genre for podcasts. In that tradition, Albany, New York’s News Radio 810 AM and 103.1 FM have launched a new iHeartRadio Original Podcast, Upstate Unsolved.