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March 22, 2024:
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January 10, 2024:
    Last September, we reported that Tenderfoot TV was suing Audacy’s Cadence13 for breach of contract. A joint statement was released yesterday, saying: "Tenderfoot and Audacy have reached an agreement. Their work together on some of the biggest podcast franchises in the space continued uninterrupted throughout the litigation period, and the companies look forward to continuing their successful partnership on future projects." Terms weren’t given; the relationship lasts until 2026. Audacy has filed for bankruptcy.
January 8, 2024:
October 20, 2023:
    What's up with Cadence13? The website was last updated in February 2023; and new seasons of Radio Rental, Gone South, To Live And Die In LA, Culpable and Say More with Dr? Sheila all just reference Audacy, not Cadence13. A spokesperson tells Podnews: "We continue to release shows through this studio. ... Like all media companies, Audacy is focused on building equity for our master brand, and in that mission, we’re aligning our studios and market-facing brands."
September 21, 2023:
September 15, 2023:
    Minimum guarantees: The Coffeezilla video alleges that minimum guarantees were made to creators by Kast Media that became unsustainable. Similar minimum guarantees have been made - and then cancelled - by Audacy, who made an agreement with APM; and a Tenderfoot TV agreement with Cadence13 is the subject of legal action. We are aware of at least one further podcast network who is not paying creators on time.
September 5, 2023:
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August 14, 2023:
    Last week, Audacy's financial results included note of "an early exit to an onerous podcast ad representation contract". They didn't say who at the time; The Verge reports it is this agreement with APM. The final para of the press release: "UTA brokered the deal on behalf of American Public Media."
May 18, 2023:
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March 28, 2023:
    The hit podcast dedicated to exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century, You Must Remember This returns for a new season, looking at sex in TV and movies in the 1990s. It's presented with Cadence13 Studios.
March 23, 2023:
    The much-awaited new show from Payne Lindsay, High Strange, launches today. Announced in January, from the creators of “Up and Vanished” and “Radio Rental,” Lindsey goes on an epic adventure to Roswell, New Mexico, Area 51, and more, as he shines light on real-life coverups, infamous cases, common UFO misconceptions and government secrecy. It's from Tenderfoot TV and Cadence13.
January 24, 2023:
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December 6, 2022:
    Serena Regan is her replacement at Archewell. She joins from Cadence13 and SiriusXM.
November 18, 2022:
    Spotify has signed another exclusive: Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain, described as one of the world’s most listened-to podcasts, will be exclusive on Spotify early next year. The deal includes video podcasts. The show was with UTA and Cadence13's Ramble Podcast Network, and is another loss for owner Audacy which is threatened with stock market de-listing.
October 5, 2022:
    Podcast studio Cadence13 may be up for sale. The company's owner Audacy is hoping to sell it for around $100m, says Axios, though Audacy dismiss the story as a rumour. The company's stock is currently at 44 cents, down 88% over the past year; if it's not back to over a dollar by February, the New York Stock Exchange could delist the company.
August 31, 2022:
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June 22, 2022:
June 16, 2022:
    Justaposition is new today from Audacy's Cadence13 and UTA, featuring Hyram Yarbro, a TikTok and YouTube star. Hyram will explore issues including mental health, navigating the complex world of social media, vulnerability, how to make a positive social impact, and skin care. The show will also be available on YouTube.
April 25, 2022:

Thank you to Audacy for helping Podcorn, Pineapple Street Studios and Cadence13 return as Gold supporters. We're grateful for your support.

April 14, 2022:
March 31, 2022:
    Brian Swarth is now SVP of Subscriber Engagement and Product Marketing at cable broadcaster AMC Networks. He was Head of Marketing for Audacy's Cadence13 and Pineapple Street Studios.
March 30, 2022:
March 15, 2022:
    Gemini XIII has launched - calling itself "Podcasting and Radio's New Home for Premium Audio Content, Production and Marketing Services". Leading the company includes the former COO of Westwood One, Charles Steinhauer, and the founder of Cadence13, Spencer Brown.
January 21, 2022:
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April 28, 2021:
    C13Originals, the documentary studio division of Audacy's Cadence13, has expanded its partnership with Jon Meacham, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and New York Times bestselling author.
April 20, 2021:

Thank you to Audacy, who's companies Cadence13, Pineapple Street Studios and Podcorn are new gold sponsors today. Formerly Entercom, Audacy is a leading multi-platform audio content and entertainment company, and unapologetic champions of audio – everywhere, on every device.​ Their help allows us to remain independent. Here's how to support Podnews.

April 2, 2021:
March 31, 2021:
    Entercom, which owns Cadence13, Pineapple Street Studios, Podcorn and CBS Radio, has changed its name. "Part audio, part audacious, part odyssey", the new name is Audacy. As part of that, RADIO․COM is no more: they've rebranded it Audacy as well. You can get your podcast into that app; our big list of podcast directories includes them. The stock market likes it: shares rose by 5.2%.
March 10, 2021:
    Entercom has acquired Podcorn, valuing the company at $22.5m. Entercom, a US radio broadcaster, owns Cadence13 and Pineapple Street Studios. Podcorn gives advertisers access to podcasters. In 2016 Google purchased the founders' previous company, FameBit, for $36m.
February 19, 2021:
    Cadence13 has launched Unsolved Mysteries, a weekly podcast based on the long-running TV show.
February 1, 2021:
    to the almost 200 people who subscribed to Podnews last week, including NOVA Entertainment, Cadence13, Discovery Networks, iHeart Media, Lantigua Williams, Warner Media, Spotify and Radio France. If you get value from Podnews, please tell your colleagues to subscribe too.
January 18, 2021:
    Last week, speakers from Stitcher, OTHERtone Media, iHeartMedia, Wondery, Cadence13 and Macmillan took part in a session at CES/Digital Hollywood. It's free to watch, and includes discussions on talent, internationalisation, and intellectual property.
November 9, 2020:
October 14, 2020:
October 9, 2020:
    Tenderfoot TV and Double Elvis, with Entercom's Cadence13, are working on Dead and Gone, a show that looks at fans of the Grateful Dead - known as Dead Heads - who have unexpectedly ended up literally dead heads. Is their demise a surprise? (Jake Brennan and Double Elvis have previously been working with iHeartRadio).
October 7, 2020:
    Cadence13 has signed an exclusive deal with You Must Remember This, a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century, hosted by Karina Longworth.
September 22, 2020:
    Whirlwind, from Entercom's Cadence13, will have its first episode tomorrow. It tells the story of the 75-year battle between the US and Russia that led to the election and impeachment of an American president.
September 10, 2020:
    Entercom's Cadence13 also announced a new weekly podcast with actor Will Arnett. The Journey is Now will launch later this year.
September 8, 2020:
August 11, 2020:
August 5, 2020:
July 24, 2020:
    Triton Digital have published their latest US Podcast Report. SiriusXM's Stitcher has overtaken Entercom's Cadence13 in the network ranker. For shows, the highest new entry is Stitcher's WTF with Marc Maron, at #32. Downloads (for the top 15 networks) are up 3.4% since the last report. The report measures participating publishers only.
July 14, 2020:
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May 8, 2020:
May 6, 2020:
    Media's New Deal is a new podcast from the founder and CEO of Oxford Road, Dan Granger. The first episode had an interview with Wondery's Hernan Lopez; today's episode features David Field, the CEO of Entercom (which owns Cadence13 and Pineapple Street Studios).
April 10, 2020:
April 1, 2020:
    We reported on Feb 24 that former US presidential candidate Andrew Yang was to launch a podcast. He's signed with Cadence13: the podcast, Yang Speaks, will be released in May.
March 25, 2020:
    Gangster Capitalism returns for a new season today, focusing on the NRA - tracing key moments and following its money trail. (C13Originals / Cadence13 / Megaphone)
February 5, 2020:
    Bringing up young sports stars can be difficult - a bit like parenting on steroids, except that's probably a really bad way to put it. Raising Fame: Sports Edition, hosted by Dell and Sonya Curry, shares parenting wisdom and guidance from sporting families. The first season launches tomorrow, from Cadence13, a division of RADIO·COM.
January 14, 2020:
December 20, 2019:
    Triton Digital is to produce a podcast ranker in the US, called Podcast Reports. Already signed up are NPR, Entercom (inc Cadence13, RADIO·COM and Pineapple Street Media), Stitcher and Cumulus Media (inc Westwood One). The company is already producing a ranker in Australia, the Netherlands and Latin America, and has been producing a ranker for online radio for some time; Triton Digital uses logfiles to produce IAB certified data.
November 11, 2019:
    Entercom CEO David Field gave the prices paid in cash for Cadence13 ($34m) and Pineapple Media ($14m) in an earnings call; that's below the reported prices at the time. The company, which owns RADIO·COM, has announced that it's to get onto Bixby voice assistants
August 27, 2019:
    Ken Lagana has been announced as Entercom's Executive VP of Digital Sales, looking after Entercom's podcasting and radio·com business. He joins from Megaphone. The US broadcaster bought Cadence13 and Pineapple Street earlier this month.
August 9, 2019:
    US broadcaster Entercom claimed in its investor call that its purchases this week of Pineapple Street and Cadence13 will give it more than 150 million monthly downloads; beating NPR's 141m figure and becoming the largest podcaster in the world.
August 8, 2019:
    Entercom, a large US radio broadcaster that owns 235 stations, has bought podcast studio Pineapple Street Media for US $18m, and bought the 55% of Cadence13 it didn't already own, valuing the company at $50m, according to the Wall Street Journal. Pineapple Street Media will be re-christened Pineapple Street Studios as part of the deal.
August 6, 2019:
    Cumulus Media's Westwood One Podcast Network has hired four new producers. Madena Parwana (ex Bloomberg) is Senior Producer, Core Content; Lou Pellegrino (Cadence13) is Senior Producer, Development; Rebekah Wineman (WSJ) is Audio Mixing Engineer/Studio Technician; and Sarah McCrory (Fox News Channel) is Associate Producer.
July 16, 2019:
    Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the star of Inception and Looper, is working with Cadence13 to launch a new podcast.
July 10, 2019:
    Breaking: Nielsen has just announced the launch of the Nielsen Podcast Listener Buying Power Service, a service that provides podcasters and brands with compelling insights matching podcast listeners by genre with their buying habits. Charter clients are iHeartMedia, Cadence13, Stitcher, Westwood One and Cabana.
June 25, 2019:
June 10, 2019:
May 21, 2019:

Welcome to almost 400 new subscribers in May so far, including people from Himalaya, PodcastOne Australia, Media Monitors, Cadence13, Vox Media, ESPN, Luminary, Acast, NRK, NPR, Spotify, PRX, ARN and Radio-Canada. Please, tell your colleagues (and tell your HR people about our free jobs board).

May 14, 2019:
    To Live And Die In LA has so far had 15 million downloads, and will conclude later this month. The team behind the podcast have announced a new title from June, called Culpable. (Tenderfoot TV / Cadence13 / Megaphone)
April 25, 2019:
April 17, 2019:
    TMZ is reporting about a legal matter between Chris Hardwick and Cadence13. Hardwick didn't make an episode of ID10T between mid-June and mid-November, which TMZ claim is in breach of contract. The website also reports that Cadence13 has made about $394K in ad revenue from the show.
March 19, 2019:
    Cadence13 has launched ProfessionalAF, a podcast with Diana Kander that will help listeners develop the essential habits that will empower them to navigate any situation with confidence and success.
March 14, 2019:
    What Really Happened launches a set of interview podcasts yesterday, "expanding season 2" of the hit podcast. Host Andrew Jenks will sit down with a wide-range of notable personalities to discuss “what really happened” during a specific, significant time in their lives. (Seven Bucks Productions, Cadence13, Megaphone)
February 27, 2019:
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February 13, 2019:
    The new Turner Podcast Network show Root of Evil has its first episode today: it's a companion podcast to a TNT TV show, produced by Cadence13 in partnership with TNT, written and directed by Emmy® award-winner Zak Levitt, EVP of Documentary Content at Cadence13. We caught up with Tyler Moody, GM and VP of Turner Podcast Network, to ask more about it and the concept of companion podcasts in general for TV shows: and, of course, we also had to ask about the Spotify acquisition news. Read our Q&A in full.
January 30, 2019:
January 24, 2019:
    TNT has posted the trailer for Root of Evil, a a companion to TNT’s six-episode suspense drama I Am the Night. The podcast series premieres on February 13; we first reported it on 18 Dec. It focuses on the real story and real people behind the dramatized crime series. (TNT / Turner Podcast Network / Cadence13 / knit)
January 21, 2019:
January 9, 2019:
    Cadence13 has partnered with Instagram account and podcast Comments by Celebs. Chris Corcoran, CCO for Cadence13, says: "Comments by Celebs is a brilliant concept and endlessly fun and engaging for anyone interested in pop culture and the celebrity world."
December 18, 2018:
    TNT and Cadence13 are launching a companion podcast to a crime television drama I Am The Night. The podcast, called Root of Evil, will be eight episodes focusing on the real story and real people behind the dramatized crime series.
December 5, 2018:
November 23, 2018:
November 14, 2018:
    Origins with James Andrew Miller is back for a new season, telling the story of how Sex and the City came to be, with interviews with stars, writers and even the costume designer. (Cadence13 / ART19)
November 8, 2018:
    Players is a new crossover podcast with former ESPN sports anchor Lindsay Czarniak. "She connects with the biggest names in country music and beyond about perhaps the only thing as important to them as music.. sports." (Cadence13)
October 11, 2018:
September 24, 2018:
September 6, 2018:
    Politics as Unusual is a new weekly interview podcast from Washington DC media coach Michael Sheehan. The press release describes it as a captivating respite from today’s intense, often polarizing news cycle while still touching on everyone’s favorite topic du jour, politics. (Cadence13 / ART19)
August 28, 2018:
August 24, 2018:
    The Punies is a new kids podcast launched tomorrow by Cadence13 and Kobe Bryant’s Granity Studios, promising "listening entertainment for the whole family on the way to weekend sporting activities".
August 16, 2018:
August 3, 2018:
June 29, 2018:

Thank you to 133 new subscribers over the past week, including fine folk from Acast, ESPN, Gimlet Media, Corus, CBC, TED, Ad Results Media, Swedish Radio, Québecor, 7digital, Mamamia, Cadence13, Sky and many others. Your support is very much appreciated.

June 21, 2018:
    UTA and Cadence13 have launched a new podcast network called Ramble, which will use YouTube stars. UTA, a talent agency, were behind Amy Schumer's Spotify deal, and claim they represent half of Apple's top 20 podcasts.
June 6, 2018:
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May 17, 2018:

Thank you to Cadence13 for becoming a silver supporter.

May 3, 2018:
    With Nielsen, podcast network Cadence13 released a slew of data around podcast listener purchasing power today; including where podcast listeners over-index. (Snacks!)
April 13, 2018:

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