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- Oct 26: The Kids of Rutherford County is new today from Serial Productions, ProPublica and Nashville Public Radio. The four-part narrative podcast builds on a joint investigation by the two news organizations, whose reporting uncovered that a Tennessee county was arresting and illegally jailing children for over a decade.
- Apr 6: In Los Angeles CA, USA, Entropy Media has been launched by Hollywood executive Anjay Nagpal, working with talent from Gimlet, Serial Productions, VICE, and Wondery. We've the video trailer for their first release, Brokers, Bagmen, and Moles.
- Feb 23: Serial appears to have new artwork, and is now a podcast archive of shows from Serial Productions. Serial itself is no longer available on Apple Podcasts except within this 68-episode feed, which also contains a number of other shows. Serial still has its own RSS feed (with its logo) if you know where to look; but that's not listed in podcast apps any more. Curious!
- May 6, 2022: Ben Calhoun will join the New York Times as Executive Producer of The Daily. He'd worked for This American Life, WBEZ Chicago, and Serial Productions.
- Apr 14, 2022: Hub & Spoke's Rumble Strip has been nominated for a Peabody Award. Also nominated are PRX's S***hole Country (in Radiotopia Presents), and Mississippi Goddam: The Ballad of Billey Joe (in Reveal). The full list of Peabody nominees also includes podcasts from WNYC, WHYY, Serial Productions, BBC News, NBC News, Crooked Media and NPR - and Hulu's affectionate-but-not-very-helpful take on podcasting, Only Murders in the Building.
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