Eric Zane was once flying high as part of the Free Beer & Hot Wings syndicated radio show. After 15 years, he wore out his welcome and they let him go. Then in 2016, Cumulus hired him to host mornings in Grand Rapids. Earlier this year, he lost that job.
(By Richard Davies) I come to each podcast recording prepared, but ready to pivot; always aware that no matter how much research has been done, or how many questions are written on a briefing sheet, the conversation could fly off in a completely unexpected, wonderful new direction.
(By Danielle Desir) Online podcasting communities have made a big impact on my podcasting journey. Podcasting communities are my go-to when I have a question, crazy idea, need a shoulder to cry on, or when I’m celebrating a win like getting invited to the 2019 Facebook Communities Summit.
This is the 14th annual Podcast Awards organized by Todd Cochrane and his team. The awards are open to podcasters worldwide. There are some new rules to check out this year and an official timeline...
The first annual iHeartRadio iHeartRadio Podcast Awards are being held tonight at the iHeartRadio Theater Los Angeles beginning at 8 p.m. PT.
Voice actress Julia Morizawa is joining the regular cast of Greater Boston. Greater Boston is a full-cast cast audio drama podcast set in Boston, blending factual history with a fantastical alternate reality. It's the third season for the show.
WOC Podcasters co-founder, and Podcast Business Journal editorial board member Danielle Desir, along with Zudiah Sarhan, have been invited to attend the 2019 Facebook Communities Summit at the Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, California, February 7-8.
For 20 years now, Carey Green has been a pastor. Now he's a successful podcaster and a pastor. He has a podcast company called Podcastfasttrack.com and a podcast about podcasting called Podcastification. Carey Green's story, about how he turned his love for podcasting into a successful business, is truly a great one.
John Goforth is now the VP of Podcast Sales for the Central Region of iHeartMedia (following the purchase of HowStuffWorks). On the side John and Brent Hand were podcasting a show called Hysteria 51, about their passion: UFOs.
iHeartMedia tells PBJ that season two of true crime podcast Atlanta Monster has launched "Monster: The Zodiac Killer."
Taylor Wagener, Raw Dog Ryan Church and Mandi B started their podcast for several reasons. They were told they had great comedic chemistry and a crazy sense of humor when they got together. Podcasting enables them to put it all there and entertain the masses. In the PBJ spotlight today, Sensible People.
Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick host Stuff To Blow Your Mind. To date, the show has over 900 episodes and more than 100 million downloads. Yeah, that's pretty good.
Let’s Get Civical is a new podcast on the More Banana Network made up of equal parts civics class and comedy show. It's hosted by Lizzie Stewart and Arden Walentowski.
Parcast, which focuses on scripted audio entertainment, has announced a slate of new weekly shows which will launch during the first four months of 2019.
“Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver,” is the name of the show which will focus on life, love, faith, family, gratitude, grief, health, and wellness.
Ready for something (more than a bit) different? CBS News and Simon & Schuster have joined forces for a podcast/book project by popular CBS Sunday Morning correspondent, humorist, and history buff Mo Rocca.
A radio edition of the poetry podcast The Slowdown is now available to public radio listeners in several regions across the country.