Lipstick and Vinyl, Crooked Media, Talkhouse, Wonder Media Network, Kast Media, Headgum, Qcode, Advertisecast and DCP Entertainment are among the headliners of The X Fronts, the first upfronts for indie podcast networks, which takes place tomorrow.
The new launch covers the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Japan without any additional cost to users. Customers will be able to stream familiar shows and originals produced exclusively for Amazon Music.
And that's mostly because national media outlets have been reporting that several episodes from Rogan's catalogue were not moved over to Spotify, at least not yet.
According to Media Monitors, radio's biggest company used its 800 plus radio stations to promote The Piketon Massacre (45,459 commercials), The Pete & Sebastian Show podcast (43,696) and Seneca's Women To Hear (33,713). That total does not include the 40,000 commercials iHeart ran to promote the iHeartRadio App.
iHeartRadio has over 800 radio stations across the United States. The company is not shy about using those radio stations to promote its podcasts. Last week iHeart ran 71,630 commercials to promote...
The Husband and wife team of Callie and Jeff Dauler, hosts of The Upside, have created a movement of generosity and kindness through their podcast. Callie and Jeff challenge their powerful community, known as “Upsiders”, to be bighearted and find purpose.
The price is $325 million, with $265 million of cash upfront. Stitcher includes three podcast business lines: the Midroll advertising rep firm, owned-and-operated podcast networks including the Earwolf and the Stitcher podcast listening platform.
Big money continues to be thrown at the podcasting space. The Wall Street Journal reports Sirius XM will purchase Stitcher from Scripps for $300 million. SiriusXM is in an audio battle for ears with Spotify and the radio industry, all are platforms making a major push in the podcasting space.
In today's Why I Launched A Podcast interview we hear from Chicago native Sydney Oberholtzer who's always had a passion for music, connections and experiences. Before launching her podcast The Set Up Sydney worked for Rolling Stone Magazine as the Brand Partnerships Manager.