The Dream is a new podcast hosted by Jane Marie who delves into the world of pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, and all the other businesses that require their members to recruit their nearest and dearest in hopes of a commission.
A bonus episode of The History of Standup launched Tuesday. The show takes a look back at the evolution of standup comedy from Vaudeville to Netflix.
ABC News' debut of "The Investigation" received a lot of publicity Tuesday as former Trump attorney John Dowd said he didn't even think Robert Mueller would issue a report regarding the Russia investigation into President Donald Trump.
Seven Bucks Productions, Andrew Jenks Entertainment, and Cadence13 have launched season two of WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? The interview series is written and hosted by documentarian Andrew Jenks.
True crime podcast Case Closed has launched its second season. In 2010, Atlanta businessman Rusty Sneiderman dropped his son off at his preschool just like he did every day. He didn't make it out of the parking lot alive.
In 1965, Rev. James Reeb — a Unitarian minister and civil-rights activist — was killed during the voting rights movement in Selma. After three men were tried and acquitted for his murder, the city's white community buried the truth.
With the help of Podcast Business Journal editorial board member Traci DeForge there's now a podcast available for Orthodontists. The goal is to help them grow their practice. Dr. Leon Klempner and Amy Epstein, co-founders of People & Practice, host the show. LISTEN HERE.
KPBS/San Diego has launched San Diego News Matters, a daily, local news podcast for the San Diego and Imperial counties. San Diego news veteran Deb Welsh weaves together original news and features covering a wide spectrum of topic areas.
iHeartRadio has launched Noble Blood, a podcast that discusses the salacious, secret, and tragic stories of monarchs, hosted by entertainment writer Dana Schwartz.
Princess Eugenie of York will be the first royal to ever co-host a podcast.