Matty Staudt has left his role as VP of Podcast Programming at iHeartRadio to become President of his new company, Jam Street Media, focusing on podcasts for brands, talent coaching, and consulting for businesses entering the podcast space.
Stitcher has added two industry veterans to its leadership. Sarah van Mosel (pictured) will join Stitcher as Chief Revenue Officer, and Daisy Rosario will join the content team as Executive Producer.
Sue McNamara has joined PodcastOne as an Executive Vice President and will lead the company's Eastern U.S. sales efforts.
Nelson joins Vox Media from Gannett where she was VP of Content Development. Nelson will oversee all Vox and Recode podcasts with the exception of Vox's daily news show Today, Explained, which will continue to be led by executive producer Irene Noguchi.
Cumulus Dallas morning man Scotty K has been chosen to compete on Season 11 of NBC’s American Ninja Warrior. He also hosts a new podcast with current and former Ninja Warrior contestants.
Westwood One has added best-selling author, psychologist, professor, and lecturer Dr. Jordan B. Peterson to the Westwood One Podcast Network. Peterson co-hosts the show with his daughter.
The radio company has named Wheeler Morris to the position of Manager of Corporate Podcasting Strategy, signaling the company’s doubling down in the booming podcasting space.
Kristy Scott is the new head of sales for Podcast Movement. Scott joins the podcast conference from RTK Media, which published the trade publication Tom Taylor NOW. She also spent 17 years at Radio & Records.
Podcast hosting company ART19 has hired Korri Kolesa and Lex Friedman. Kolesa, formerly the Chief Revenue Officer at Stitcher, takes over as COO at ARrt19. Lex Friedman, formerly the Chief Business Development Officer at Stitcher, is joining as ART19’s Chief Revenue Officer.
American Public Media has hired an editor for their APM Podcasts. Phyllis Fletcher comes from NPR where she has been the Northwest Bureau Chief. She will officially start with APM on March 11 and will continue to be based in Seattle.