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Audioboom Bulking Up Podcast Library

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Audioboom is launching three new shows this year. Devils in the Dark and Could I Get In Your Pantry will be developed by Audioboom Studios. And, the relaunch of true crime podcast, National Park After Dark which will now be produced and distributed by Audioboom.

Devils in The Dark, launching Monday February 28th will be the first show from Audioboom Studios in the United Kingdom. Hosted by YouTube creator Helen Anderson and her best friend Danni Howard, they explore the wildest, most gruesome and totally shocking true crime cases in history. With the help of experts, they’ll learn about the killer’s origins, darkest secrets, and horrific desires.

“We’re both big fans of true crime, so when Audioboom approached us with Devils in the Dark it was a dream opportunity,” says co-hosts Anderson and Howard. “It’s been our first time recording a podcast and the producers at Audioboom have been excellent at giving us a creative space to make the true crime genre our own. Our hope is that our audience enjoys listening as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.”

Celebrity make-up artist, comedian, self-proclaimed culinary queen and It’s Happening co-host, Joey Camasta launched Could I Get in Your Pantry on February 14th. The inaugural season sees Camasta welcome actors, comedians, podcasters and more to share a hook-up story and the meal that was involved. They’ll recreate the dish and the date, and since the quickest way to someone’s heart is through food, listeners can tune in to find out if lightning strikes twice.

“Audioboom is like my second family and I’m so excited for people to finally hear what we’ve been cooking up on Pantry,” says Camasta. New episodes drop every Monday. One for the morbid outdoor enthusiast, National Park After Dark is a true crime, storytelling podcast. Co-hosts Cassandra Yahnian and Danielle LaRock share a passion for the outdoors and a fascination with all that can go wrong. Every Monday, they explore a different morbid story within the National Park System. Topics range from deaths, tragic accidents, stories of survival, disappearances, true crime, the paranormal and more.

“We began National Park After Dark with a vision of what we wanted it to become. Audioboom has given us support that aligns with our goals and made that into a reality,” says co-hosts Yahnian and LaRock. “Growing our show in partnership with Audioboom has given us the opportunity to bring content we are passionate about to a wider audience. Their knowledge and expertise has helped us shape our show.” National Park After Dark joined Audioboom Studios in February 2022.

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