More Originals On The Way From Big Names

Adam McKay’s production company, Hyperobject Industries and Three Uncanny Four Productions, the podcast company from Adam Davidson, Laura Mayer and Sony Music have announced a joint venture to develop original podcasts.

Microsoft Launches ‘In Culture’ Podcast

The In Culture podcast by Microsoft is a platform for musicians, artists, fashion designers, gamers, and creators to tell their stories and how they have harnessed Microsoft's technology to make strides in their prospective artistic fields.

Sports Scores Big In The Podcasting Space

ESPN says October was the third straight record month for podcasts and the 10th consecutive month of year-over-year audience growth. The sports network reeled in 46.1 million downloads in October, 6% higher than October 2018.

A Listening Party For A Podcast

John Cameron Mitchell and Glenn Close will be hosting an eight-hour listening party for their podcast musical, “Anthem: Homunculus” on November 24. The podcast includes 31 original songs, 30 musicians and 40 actors.

NEW: Remoter is a website about recruiting, leadership, management and scaling remote teams from seasoned remoters. The folks at have launched the Remoter Podcast - covering everything you need to know about building and scaling a remote-first team.

Another Impeachment Podcast

The New York Times has debuted The Latest, a new audio series that follows the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

PodcastOne Cranks Out Four New Shows

PodcastOne has signed some new talent, as it launches four new podcasts. Here's what Founder and Executive Chairman Norm Pattiz had to say about expanding his roster.

NEW: 5 Week Countdown

Audiohm Media has launched its second fiction podcast, 5 Week Countdown, an interactive podcast where the audience determines the outcome.


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Why Are Consumers Listening To Podcasts?

In a new report from Edison Research and NPR, the top two reasons consumers give for listening to podcasts are to be entertained and to learn new things.