Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick host Stuff To Blow Your Mind. To date, the show has over 900 episodes and more than 100 million downloads. Yeah, that's pretty good.
Taylor Wagener, Raw Dog Ryan Church and Mandi B started their podcast for several reasons. They were told they had great comedic chemistry and a crazy sense of humor when they got together. Podcasting enables them to put it all there and entertain the masses. In the PBJ spotlight today, Sensible People.
iHeartMedia tells PBJ that season two of true crime podcast Atlanta Monster has launched "Monster: The Zodiac Killer."
Noah Tetzner tells PBJ he's a lifelong podcast listener. He's 17 years old. Noah is also the host of The History Of Vikings podcast which he launched in April of 2018 and now gets about 50,000 downloads every week.
Erica Mandy loves the news. Mandy spent ten years as a broadcast journalist sharpening her skills like every other young broadcaster, starting in a small market paying her dues. She eventually worked her way up to Los Angeles, the second largest market in the country. Then, she quit.
T-Kea Blackman is a mental health advocate and communications professional. She's the founder of Fireflies Unite, a mental health media and communications start-up company.
What makes our job at PBJ so exciting is not only being able to meet the next generation of audio stars, those that are extremely passionate about their ideas, it's being able to interview many that successfully execute those ideas. Scott Johnson is a great example of what we mean.
Chenese Lewis found her niche and grabbed it by the horns. The Chenese Lewis Show is the #1 podcast for plus size women. Established in 2008, the podcast features interviews with industry experts, including plus size influencers and national brands.
Here's someone we're going to be talking about for a long time. Jared is the host of the Fire Rescue Show. He's 12 years old.
Aaron Calafato's weekly podcast is 7 minutes long. He tells stories about his life with a goal of creating an intimate connection and relationship with his audience. It's working. We found out how.