Mark AsquithCEO, Rebel Base Media
Dan FranksCoFounder, Podcast Movement
Elsie EscobarCommunity Manager, Libsyn
Rob GreenleeVP, CONTENT & PARTNERSHIPS, LIBSYN
Todd CochraneCEO, Blubrry
Traci Long DeForgeFounder, Produce Your Podcast
Matty StaudtCEO, Jam Street Media
Danielle DesirCo-Founder, WOC Podcasters
Dave JacksonCEO, School of Podcasting
Rob WalchVP of Podcaster Relations, Libsyn
Allyson MarinoFounder, Lipstick & Vinyl
The former Katz Media and iHeart executive joins the audio solutions company as strategic advisor. Benedik's last position was Global Chief Revenue Officer for Spotify.
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 attribution helps marketers understand how well their advertising dollars are working in podcast campaigns. Podsights, an advertising attribution platform, recently closed $4 million in seed money. We spoke to Podsights founder Sean Creeley about podcast attribution in an exclusive interview.
Adam Curry and Dave Jones are hoping Podcasting 2.0 revolutionizes the podcasting industry. If you've been following along by listening to their podcast, you might find it a tad on the technical side. We know we did. So we interviewed Dave on our PBJ Spotlight podcast so he could break it down for us. LISTEN
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.
Dan Goldberg lost both his parents to rare cancers by age 25. He now interviews people who've struggled in building their dream life and discuss how those struggles have led to their greatness.
In our latest edition of 'Why Did You Launch' we interview Brad Pritchett and Ryan Brockington who've been best friends for 25 years. Today they launched a new podcast called BFFU.
The H2O Podcast is now in its seventh season with over 230 episodes. Hosts Jason Hunt and Tim Harvey have been around since 2009 and the show covers a wide variety of topics within the science fiction, fantasy, and horror space. So why did they launch?
NPR reports on the eighth-grade winners of their middle-school contest as part of the Student Podcast Challenge for their podcast Whodunnit? from Sayre Middle School. Congratulations to Braeden Collett, Bo Porter, Brennan Williams, And Dominique Jannat for their fine work.
Colorado Public Radio announced a four-part audio documentary that looks at people working to reform policing from inside and outside the system. The first episode of Systemic, hosted and reported by CPR podcast producer Jo Erickson, will launch on May 19
Alabama News reports that the Alabama State Tourism board has launched a podcast called The Alabama Civil Rights Trail that tells real stories of civil rights that happened in Alabama like the famous Selma to Montgomery March, from people who lived it.
Deseret News from Utah reports on a podcast about the Utah Jazz from their reporter Sarah Todd called Unsalveagable: A Utah Jazz Podcast. She hosts the show as part of the Blue Wire Podcast Network.
The third and final day of the IAB Podcast Upfront was absolutely stuffed with new show announcements from Cadence13, Acast, Sony, CBS News, MTV, and Nickelodeon. The range of offerings was broad with kids programming, fashion, talk, advice, news, and comedy.