Radio CEO Launches First Podcast Episode

Beasley has been promoting the fact that it will be unveiling a new company-wide podcast strategy later this year. On Thursday Beasley’s CEO jumped into the podcasting arena herself.

Kierna Mayo Launches

Mayo is an important voice in the African American community. She's joining forces with Breakbeat to launch a new podcast called Culturati: Conversations with Kierna Mayo.

Need a Political Podcast?

As political season heats up The Evening Standard lists its favorite podcasts, including NPR's Politics Podcast and The Field from The New York Times. Our favorite is The Verdict from Ted Cruz.

PodcastOne Adds 2 True Crime Shows

PodcastOne has added a couple of True Crime genre podcasts. True Crime All the Time Unsolved and This is Monsters are the latest offerings available on multiple platforms.

iHeart’s Podcast Catalogue Continues To Grow

iHeartMedia has announced two new partnerships to expand its Hispanic-focused podcast catalogue.

Halloween Horror Podcast Returns

iHeartRadio and Blumhouse Television have launched the second season of Aaron Mahnke’s 13 Days of Halloween, an original scripted horror podcast.

Want To Make Money? Maybe You Should Go Niche!

Media monitoring research company Media Monitors has released a list of the Top 25 Podcasts it says is based on listener recall. The company says while companies like NPR and iHeart have helped podcasting go “mainstream,” this new survey proves just how wide of a reach many podcasts now have.

Instagram Reels Strategy and Metrics for Podcasters

How can Instagram Reels help with podcast discovery? Find out with social media strategist Andrea Jones in an upcoming FREE webinar. Andrea will show you how to repurpose content for sustainable Instagram workflows.

NEW: 5-4

Cumulus/Westwood One and Leon Neyfakh’s Prologue Projects has released a new show called 5-4, which takes an irreverent look at the U.S. Supreme Court’s past.

Using Podcasts To Educate

Forbes has an article about how schools are starting to use podcasts more and more these days. Colette Coleman writes that tech-embracing teachers have long been integrating podcasts into their classrooms, using audio to add another layer to their teaching. After all, Coleman says, "a professional storyteller like Dan Carlin can bring history to life like few teachers can."