Manifest Media's new podcast Faliure, by Ryan Kavanaugh, launches
Ryan Kavanaugh and Manifest Media, a creative studio dedicated to revolutionizing podcasting, launched an all-new podcast, FAILURE on Jan 31. This 24-episode series promises to be a compelling exploration of the human experience, offering insights into the deepest lows and failures that life can bring and how these adversities can serve as catalysts for redemption and triumph.
“FAILURE” draws on Kavanaugh’s experiences and features guests sharing stories of significant challenges and personal growth across diverse fields, including entertainment, business, sports, politics, and philanthropy.
Kavanaugh, a Forbes under 40 youngest billionaire and Variety’s Showman of the Year, has navigated both success and challenges in entertainment, finance, and technology. His career includes producing over 250 films and 27 television shows, building a major sports agency, spearheading unicorn startups, and overcoming setbacks such as restarting a hedge fund and handling a hostile studio takeover. Kavanaugh contends that life involves embracing failure, learning from it, and using it as a stepping stone to success. FAILURE explores these setbacks through Kavanaugh’s own experiences and invites guests from various fields to share their stories.
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The season kicks off with the creator of and executive producer of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and ‘American Idol,’ Nigel Lythgoe, followed by American social media personality and boxer Bryce Hall in episode two, who represents a new generation of influencers, providing a rare glimpse into the unfiltered reality behind the influencer lifestyle.
“FAILURE unfolds in the most authentic of settings – capturing the essence of human struggle with an unyielding, guerrilla-style commitment,” says Jack Levy, Executive Producer at Manifest Media. “There are no scripts, no filters. Just pure, unfiltered storytelling.”
FAILURE by Ryan Kavanaugh is now available on Apple, Spotify, iHeart, and major podcast platforms.
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