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- Feb 15: What is Owed? is new from PRX and GBH today, exploring what reparations look like in America’s leading cities. The podcast starts in Boston, America’s ‘cradle of liberty’ and the capital of the first state to legalize slavery. It's hosted by GBH News political reporter Saraya Wintersmith.
- Feb 6: New today from PRX and The Jewish Telegraphic Agency comes a show about a famous Jewish teen singer from Iran in the 1950s - and the secret reason why he, and his family, suddenly left Iran and abandoned their identity. The Nightingale of Iran contains a treasure trove of archival sound, music, interviews, and narration, and is a true story of identity, belonging and music.
- Jan 25: Song Exploder is celebrating its tenth anniversary. PRX says that the show will have a number of live appearances, including at Evolutions by Podcast Movement in March and with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in April. We can also expect a new version of the first ever show.
- Jan 10: PRX is to distribute Condé Nast’s podcasts, including brands like WIRED, Vogue, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair. Condé Nast and PRX will also collaborate on advertising initiatives.
- Dec 18, 2023: Mother Jones and The Center for Investigative Reporting are to merge. The Center for Investigative Reporting produces Reveal with PRX, which averages 825,000 downloads per month. The merger should create more opportunities for the podcast.
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