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Corus takes podcasts to radio with a new show

Corus takes podcasts to radio with a new show

PRESS RELEASE · Toronto Ontario, Canada ·

Curiouscast, Corus Entertainment’s award-winning podcast network, is proud to announce today that its featured podcasts are coming to radio nationally with a brand new show.

Hosted by Chris “Dunner” Duncombe, The Curiouscast Podcast Hour is a weekly show that features a different podcast episode every single week. The show can be heard on 980 CKNW (Vancouver), 770 CHQR (Calgary), 630 CHED (Edmonton), 680 CJOB (Winnipeg), 900 CHML (Hamilton), 980 CFPL (London) and Global News Radio 640 Toronto.

“For years our news talk radio stations have been editing audio from radio shows to create daily podcasts and now we’re taking original podcast content and showcasing it on radio,” said Larry Gifford, National Director of Talk Radio, Corus Entertainment. “The Curiouscast Podcast Hour combines the artistry of a captivating audio storytelling while helping listeners discover new podcasts that they can follow and explore other episodes on their own.”

“I have always been fascinated by stories and storytellers from journalists to some of the most creative minds in science fiction. They tell our history, reveal hidden truths, and take us on adventures we could simply could have never imagined,” said Chris Duncombe, Director of Podcasting and Streaming, Corus Entertainment. “On this show, we’re going to bring you a different story every week from some of the best Curiouscast podcasts – with topics ranging from crime to world politics, and history to music, to hopefully turn you onto your next favourite new podcast.”

The Curiouscast Podcast Hour can be heard across the network at the following times:

The award-winning Curiouscast network launched in 2018 and is home to internationally recognized brands with diverse audio storytelling, including: the #1 Canadian-produced music podcast, The Ongoing History of New Music; 2020 Edward R Murrow winners 13 Hours Inside the Nova Scotia Massacre, and Crime Beat; 2020 Canadian Podcast Award winners Dark Poutine, History of the 90’s , as well as Nighttime and 2020 RTDNA winner Global News’ What Happened To and brand new fiction adventure podcasts Escaping Denver and Marsfall.

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