KSL announces the COLD podcast to stream exclusively on Amazon Music
PRESS RELEASE · Salt Lake City UT, USA ·
KSL Podcasts, the team behind COLD: Susan Powell Case Files, is pleased to announce Amazon Music will stream the chart-topping podcast exclusively on its service starting in March with the launch of season 2. Listeners can access COLD Season 1 now at amazon.com/coldpodcast, and even more shows at amazon.com/podcasts or from the Amazon Music app.
“This is a groundbreaking partnership. Bringing together a locally produced podcast, which has already generated strong national interest, with the incredible strength of the Amazon Music brand will help deliver the power of these important stories to an even larger audience. We are humbled that a company like Amazon Music believes in our product, and grateful for the commitment from their team.” said Tanya Vea, Senior Vice President, Bonneville International, Salt Lake City the parent organization of KSL.
“We can’t wait to dive further into the story of COLD, and for listeners around the globe to be able to hear the new season exclusively on our service,” said Kintan Brahmbhatt, Director of Podcasts for Amazon Music. “We’re thrilled to be working with such an incredible team of creators at Workhouse Media and KSL Podcasts, who will bring some of the best storytelling around to our customers.”
COLD, is a KSL Podcast production in collaboration with KSL Newsradio, KSL-TV, and Workhouse Media. KSL Investigative Reporter, Dave Cawley hosts the podcast, which is executive produced by Sheryl Worsley, Director of Podcasting for KSL.
“The COLD franchise is the quintessential example of first-rate investigative storytelling at its best. We are thrilled to be producing partners with KSL Podcasts and Amazon Music. The power of Amazon’s reach is only going to enhance what is already one of the most successful podcasts ever. The compelling storytelling is just getting started,” said Paul Anderson, CEO of Workhouse Media.
In Season 1, which has nearly 45 million downloads with a 5-star rating, Cawley used case files, journal entries, and recordings - all gleaned during a years-long investigation, to detail the case of missing Utah mother Susan Powell. Cawley examined Powell’s marriage to Josh Powell, revealed a pattern of domestic abuse and uncovered the shocking behavior of Josh and his father, Steven Powell.
COLD Season 1 was optioned in 2020 for TV series development by Nina Tassler and Denise Di Novi’s PatMa Productions. An announcement for the highly anticipated second season of COLD is expected one month from today on March 10th.
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