In the PBJ Spotlight is "Sworn Statement," a podcast hosted by the Collier County Florida Sheriff's Department. And this is the first podcast we've heard of where law enforcement uses a podcast to help solve an active case.
Bruce Wawrzyniak has been podcasting since 2014. Now he has three podcasts, yes three. They are: Now Hear This Entertainment, Catholic Sports Radio, and TASCAM Talkback. And, he owns an entertainment business. If you want to learn everything there is to know about podcasting, listen to the latest "PBJ Spotlight" with Bruce Wawrzniak HERE.
We are very excited to bring you our interview with Lauren Shippen. What a great success story she is for the podcasting industry! Shippen is the host of the award-winning podcast The Bright Sessions, she's keynoting Podcast Movement in August, and she recently signed a deal with Luminary for her new show The AM Archives.
Lynn Evans is a great example of someone who found a niche, launched a show consistently in that niche, and is succeeding. With 72 episodes under her belt, Lynn has created a "tribe of rabid fans," with her focus on reducing the financial illiteracy of Baby Boomer women.
Cadence 13's C13Originals has launched Gangster Capitalism, the inaugural docuseries from Cadence13’s new venture. Gangster Capitalism, from Zak Levitt, takes a look at white-collar corruption in America.
Life After PTSD is a weekly podcast telling the stories of clinicians using the most effective trauma treatments available and clients getting the opportunity to decide a new normal, free of trauma.
In the Spring of 2005, while serving as a pilot in the Navy, Brian Oliver was diagnosed with T1 Diabetes and medically discharged from the military. In adjusting to the curveball life had thrown him, he began to search for his new tribe.
Celebrity divorce attorney, author and CEO of online divorce platform It’s Over Easy, Laura Wasser, and iHeartMedia, are teaming up for a new iHeartRadio Original Podcast.
In 2007, Carole Zimmer began a new chapter of her life after leaving Bloomberg News, where she’d worked as an award-winning reporter and producer for 15 years. It was one of those transitional moments in which she asked herself, “Now what?”