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.
(By Yann Ilunga) There are several reasons why podcast guesting should be part of your marketing strategy. Similarly, there are different things you might try to achieve through your podcast guesting endeavors.
As Amplifi Media CEO Steve Goldstein gears up to speak at The Barrett Sports Media Conference in Los Angeles this week, he had an opportunity to speak with ESPN's Traug Keller about podcasting.
That's what Lively Founder Michelle Cordeiro Grant believes. Lively is a women's lingerie and leisure company. They are launching a 10-episode season called "The Lively Podcast: No Makeup Needed."
ABC Radio's The Dropout is listed by Rolling Stone as one of its five favorite new podcasts. We couldn't agree more. The con perpetrated on the medical community by Theranos, and CEO Elizabeth Holmes, as told by ABC Radio's Rebecca Jarvis, is gripping.
Westwood One has recruited John Wordock for the newly created role of Executive Editor for Podcasting. He joins Westwood One from The Wall Street Journal, where he most recently served as Executive Producer for Podcasts
Peter Morris is the new CEO at PodcastOne. He will work under Executive Chairman Norm Pattiz. Morris was most recently EVP of Barstool Sports
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.
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.
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.
T-Kea Blackman is a mental health advocate and communications professional. She's the founder of Fireflies Unite, a mental health media and communications start-up company.
Erica Mandy loves the news. Mandy spent ten years as a broadcast journalist sharpening her skills like every other young broadcaster, starting in a small market paying her dues. She eventually worked her way up to Los Angeles, the second largest market in the country. Then, she quit.
Noah Tetzner tells PBJ he's a lifelong podcast listener. He's 17 years old. Noah is also the host of The History Of Vikings podcast which he launched in April of 2018 and now gets about 50,000 downloads every week.
American Public Media will soon release the third season of the gripping crime podcast In The Dark. In season three In The Dark continues its coverage of the death row case of Curtis Flowers.
The podcast searches for stories in the Repository’s 200-year-old archive — in newspaper jargon, its “morgue” — and explores them further with the help of original sources and experts
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is teaming with Westwood One for a new show called 'Newt’s World.' The weekly podcast drops Sunday and will focus on history, health, national security, science, and other topics.
The Players’ Tribune is teaming up with lifelong friends, Darius Miles and Quentin Richardson for brutally honest and totally unguarded conversations in their eleven-episode podcast series, “Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles.”
New York Times bestselling author Dani Shapiro’s new iHeartRadio podcast, Family Secrets, launched Thursday.