TNT and Cadence13 are launching an eight-part podcast documentary series, Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia, a companion to TNT’s six-episode suspense drama I Am the Night. The series will premiere Wednesday, February 13.
ESPN Radio host Dan Le Batard is launching a podcast called South Beach Sessions in January. But even bigger than that, he's launching his own podcasting network.
Beasley Media Group has added the Comic Book Gurus podcast to its podcast platform. Produced by WMMR-FM morning host Steve Morrison and WBEN-FM PD Chuck Damico, the show is hosted by Craig Liggeons and Rob Templeton and their friends.
Many hosting companies have been working with National Public Radio on a new podcast measurement system called RAD. On Tuesday, NPR announced the technology is ready to be deployed.
It's hosted by journalist Robert Lamb and Stuff to Blow Your Mind host Joe McCormick. Lamb and McCormick use their science and historian backgrounds to get to the bottom of how some of history’s greatest inventions came to be.
The name of the podcast is 10 Things That Scare Me and WNYC Studios says it's a tiny podcast about our biggest fears. Each tiny podcast is five minutes and focuses on the top 10 things that keep people up at night.
On March 26, 2018 Jennifer Hart drove off a cliff with her wife and several of their six adopted children. Broken Harts will examine the mysterious tragedy over eight episodes.
Newscaster Ron Burgundy, played by funnyman Will Ferrell in the 2004 movie Anchorman, and iHeart, are launching The Ron Burgundy Podcast, in early 2019. Both iHeart and “Burgundy” had a lot of fun with the Monday night press release and on Twitter.
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.