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Audacy, Inc. is an American broadcasting company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1968 as Entercom Communications Corp., it is the second largest radio company in the United States, owning 235 radio stations across 48 media markets. Wikipedia
- Sep 21: Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions has launched a scripted podcast series Say More with Dr? Sheila as part of a new division, Paper Kite Podcasts. It's a co-production with Audacy.
- Sep 15: Minimum guarantees: The Coffeezilla video alleges that minimum guarantees were made to creators by Kast Media that became unsustainable. Similar minimum guarantees have been made - and then cancelled - by Audacy, who made an agreement with APM; and a Tenderfoot TV agreement with Cadence13 is the subject of legal action. We are aware of at least one further podcast network who is not paying creators on time.
- Sep 8: Audacy has signed with Boostr's order management system.
- Sep 5: Tenderfoot TV is suing Audacy's Cadence13 for breach of contract. Audacy is accused of failing to pay money owed, including $520,833 in August, as part of a two-year contract.
- Aug 30: Vlad & Niki Podcast Adventures, Presented By Flintstones Vitamins is new from Audacy and the global kids superstars. The preschool series has more than 96 million subscribers on their English-language channel and 330 million subscribers worldwide
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