The Confessionals is a podcast where witnesses of the unexplained share their stories and encounters. Host Tony Merkel explores the fringe side of life, from Bigfoot to UFOs to paranormal activity, and everything in between. The Confessionals is now available on reVolver Podcasts.
Politics As Unusual will be a weekly podcast hosted by Washington DC media coach Michael Sheehan, who has known Presidents, CEOs, and leading personalities for more than 30 years.
In Season Three, Serial is taking on the whole criminal justice system: a year inside the Cleveland criminal courts. It’s one courthouse, told week by week. The first two episodes of Season Three will drop September 20; subsequent episodes will be released weekly, on Thursdays.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is the first guest on RapSheet and Friends, a new podcast on Westwood One Podcast Network. The show, a joint venture between Westwood One and NFL Network, is hosted by NFL Network National insider Ian “RapSheet” Rapoport.
The Action Network is a media company focused on sports betting content and analytics. Cadence13 is teaming up with the network to develop a premium podcast network targeted to sports gambling and fantasy fans.
The Federal Communications Commission has launched More Than Seven Dirty Words, a new podcast series that will feature interviews with FCC officials and staff and others in the communications space to share untold stories, explain important policy issues, and maybe even do the impossible: make telecom interesting.
Daily info source OZY Media is poised to premiere the third season of its hit podcast The Thread with OZY: A History of Nonviolence. Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King Jr., The Thread will explore the origins of nonviolent resistance.
Kobe Bryant’s Granity Studios, in partnership with Cadence13, has launced a family-friendly podcast series called “The Punies.” Created and directed by Kobe Bryant, “The Punies” is a collection of scripted audio stories starring a young boy named Puny Pete.
Podcast Detroit, a metro Detroit-based podcasting network with nearly 100 shows, has opened another Detroit studio, located in the new Detroit Shipping Company.
True Crime is big with podcast listeners and this noew one from iHeart is called SLEUTH and it will explore the double murder-for-profit and dismemberment of college students Sam Herr and Julie Kibuishi in 2010.