Mark AsquithCEO, Rebel Base Media
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Gene Baxter co-hosted the Kevin and Bean morning show on KROQ in Los Angeles for thirty years. He retired at the end of 2019 and moved back to the UK, where he was born.
Stuart Last is the new CEO for Audioboom. Last joined Audioboom in 2014 and launched the business in the U.S. He served as COO before being appointed the interim CEO in September. Last replaces Rob Proctor who resigned.
Podcast hosting company Megaphone has hired Cameron Jones as Chief Financial Officer. Previously, Jones held was CFO at REVOLT TV & Media, a cable network owned by Sean “Puffy” Combs.
Matt Shaer is the host of Over My Dead Body, a true story about a murder that takes place in Tallahassee. This bizarre story always leaves you wondering if the wife did it. That's because of how its told by Matt and produced by the team at Wondery.
Max Cutler grew up in a radio household loving audio content. His dad, Ron Cutler, was a radio producer. "Seeing him work had a huge impact on me and what I'm doing," says Max. He says even though podcasting is different than radio, a lot of the production is similar.
(By Ed Ryan) The great thing about being the Editorial Director of a publication focused on a fun and exciting medium is you meet passionate, interesting people. Mark Struczewski is a great example.
Celebrity divorce attorney, author and CEO of online divorce platform It’s Over Easy, Laura Wasser, and iHeartMedia, are teaming up for a new iHeartRadio Original Podcast.
In the Spring of 2005, while serving as a pilot in the Navy, Brian Oliver was diagnosed with T1 Diabetes and medically discharged from the military. In adjusting to the curveball life had thrown him, he began to search for his new tribe.
Cumulus/Westwood One and Leon Neyfakh’s Prologue Projects has released a new show called 5-4, which takes an irreverent look at the U.S. Supreme Court’s past.