Stitcher has added two industry veterans to its leadership. Sarah van Mosel (pictured) will join Stitcher as Chief Revenue Officer, and Daisy Rosario will join the content team as Executive Producer.
Sue McNamara has joined PodcastOne as an Executive Vice President and will lead the company's Eastern U.S. sales efforts.
Nelson joins Vox Media from Gannett where she was VP of Content Development. Nelson will oversee all Vox and Recode podcasts with the exception of Vox's daily news show Today, Explained, which will continue to be led by executive producer Irene Noguchi.
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.
Jaime ("Jemmy") Legagneur is the CEO of the Florida Podcast Network and co-host of Florida Podcasting News and Finding Florida, which she co-hosts with Glenn "The Geek" Hebert. She will also be a keynote speaker at Podfest, which kicks off March 7 in Orlando. Here's our PBJ Spotlight podcast interview with Jaime Legagneur.
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.
Life After PTSD is a weekly podcast telling the stories of clinicians using the most effective trauma treatments available and clients getting the opportunity to decide a new normal, free of trauma.
Cadence 13's C13Originals has launched Gangster Capitalism, the inaugural docuseries from Cadence13’s new venture. Gangster Capitalism, from Zak Levitt, takes a look at white-collar corruption in America.
Lynn Evans is a great example of someone who found a niche, launched a show consistently in that niche, and is succeeding. With 72 episodes under her belt, Lynn has created a "tribe of rabid fans," with her focus on reducing the financial illiteracy of Baby Boomer women.
This week, on his Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing podcast, iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman sits down with his friend Jarl Mohn.
Content creation company Tenderfoot TV announced their newest iHeartRadio Original Podcast today, Monster Presents: Insomniac, where real-life tales of serial killers break down the narrator.
Freaknik: A Discourse On A Paradise Lost tells the story of a celebratory spring break party in Atlanta -- started by the glitterati of African-American college students over the course of 15 years -- that went wrong.
And quite a marketing idea. Current, a bank, is launching the Terms & Conditions podcast. It's a guy reading the overdraft terms and conditions from big banks. That's it. Current does not charge overdraft fees. The first three episodes criticize Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase.