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Sentire Media launches a podcast network

PRESS RELEASE — July 20, 2018

Charlotte NC, USA—Sentire Media launches a podcast network. The Sentire Media Network is a full-service podcast network for media brands, personalities and premier organizations. Sentire provides production, marketing, sales, and audience development services for its expanding numbers of partners and media properties.

Sentire has more than a dozen shows publishing and ten more in production from our dedicated in-house team with launches scheduled throughout the remainder of 2018 with partners including Honda, Continental Tire, and the Big Green Egg.

“We have been fans of podcasting for years and saw an opening in the marketplace for highly targeted programming,” said Peter Cellino Founder and CEO Sentire Media. Initially Sentire has focused on three categories, sports, food & beverage and lifestyle. With hosts ranging from legendary motorsports broadcaster Bob Varsha and journalist Lee Spencer to regulars from the Food Network and ESPN our productions are poised to break new ground uncovering the unique stories and opinions that don’t fit within the confines of traditional media.

Audio veteran Rob D’Amico will serve as Chief Content Officer. Rob was previously host of the longest running motorsports show RaceDay on Fox for more than fifteen years before leaving broadcast for the burgeoning world of podcasting.

“Podcasting democratized the creation and distribution of audio content, you no longer need a broadcast gatekeeper to fund and distribute your show and that is what has drawn our partners to the space,” added Rob D’Amico.

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