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January 15, 2024:
    Dissident at the Doorstep was new from Crooked Media last weekend - following the story of a Chinese human-rights hero who wasn't everything that some of his fans hoped he was. It's hosted by Alison Klayman, Colin Jones and Yangyang Cheng.
October 23, 2023:
October 9, 2023:
    Crooked Media has announced a number of new executives. Madeleine Haeringer has been named Executive Vice President and General Manager of News and Programming; Reid Cherlin has been appointed Executive Producer of Politics; Dariush Brizuela-Nothaft has been named Senior Vice President of Community and Partnerships; and Crystal Ponzio-Busto has been elevated to Executive Vice President of Marketing.
May 11, 2023:
    Audacy published its Q1/23 financials. Excluding the loss of Crooked Media (which switched to SiriusXM in May), podcast revenues would have been up 14%; but they fell in real terms (the company didn't say by how much). However, locally-produced podcasts are the most profitable part of the business, the company said.
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March 17, 2023:
    Audacy released financial results. Podcasting revenue was down 8% y/y. Excluding the loss of Crooked Media (which switched to SiriusXM in May), revenues would have been up 14%. The company claims 9% increase in Q4 downloads.
February 7, 2023:
January 18, 2023:

Crooked Media, VOX, The Washington Post, The Daily, Sticher, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few.

December 2, 2022:

Crooked Media, Spotify, VOX, The Daily, Pivot, California Love and Stitcher to name a few.

November 15, 2022:
    Radiolingo is new from Crooked Media and Duolingo; hosted by audio journalist and James Beard Award-winning writer, Ahmed Ali Akbar, it investigates the impact of language across our lives, relationships, culture and more. It is Crooked Media's first co-produced podcast.
October 28, 2022:

Crooked Media, VOX, The Washington Post, The Daily, Stitcher, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few.

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July 27, 2022:
    Talking of Russia, Another Russia looks at the story of Boris Nemtsov, Putin’s number one public enemy, who was shot and killed in front of the Kremlin. His daughter, journalist Zhanna Nemtsova, and co-host Ben Rhodes tell his story to find out what happened to an entire country – and what happens next. Is another Russia possible? It's new from Crooked Media.
June 22, 2022:
June 17, 2022:
    From Crooked Media, Mother Country Radicals won the prestigious Tribeca Podcast Award: Best Audio Storytelling in Nonfiction, following its world premiere as an Audio Storytelling Official Selection at the Tribeca Festival. All the winners are here.
June 9, 2022:
April 27, 2022:
    Lyra Smith is now Executive Producer, Comedy at iHeartMedia. She'd been Story Editor at Crooked Media, working on their limited series including Webby Award winner This Land, and had also worked on S-Town and This American Life among others.
April 14, 2022:
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February 9, 2022:

Lemonada, The Tiny Chef Show, Vox Media, AconiteCo, Spotify, Crooked Media, WNYC, and BeWokeVote. But you don't have to be a household name to win. Each year, indepdendent creators smaller teams make a big splash at The Webby Awards. You could be next.

January 28, 2022:
January 19, 2022:

Crooked Media, Vox Media, WNYC, Wondery, Pineapple Street Media, and beloved shows like Keep It!, Why Won't You Date Me, And That's Why We Drink, Tai Asks Why and more.

December 15, 2021:

Crooked Media, Spotify, HBO, Apple The Washington Post, The Daily, Crimetown, The New York Times, Pivot, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few. Help them continue celebrating the most innovative, creative, and transformative work that shapes the online zeitgeist.

December 1, 2021:

Crooked Media, Spotify, The Washington Post, The Daily, Pivot, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few.

November 17, 2021:

Crooked Media, Spotify, HBO, Apple The Washington Post, The Daily, Crimetown, The New York Times, Pivot, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few. Help them continue celebrating the most innovative, creative, and transformative work that shapes the online zeitgeist.

November 3, 2021:

Crooked Media, Spotify, The Washington Post, The Daily, Pivot, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few.

October 27, 2021:

Crooked Media, Spotify, HBO, Apple The Washington Post, The Daily, Crimetown, The New York Times, Pivot, California Love and Lemonada Media, to name a few. Help them continue celebrating the most innovative, creative, and transformative work that shapes the online zeitgeist.

October 4, 2021:
September 28, 2021:
    Exclusive to Spotify, Gimlet, Crooked Media and A24 tells the story of Jason Rezaian, a high-profile foreign correspondent for The Washington Post, who spent 544 Days imprisoned by Iranian authorities. The podcast launched today.
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May 17, 2021:
    In an award ceremony live from Los Angeles, California, The Ambies were announced last night, the first podcast awards from The Podcast Academy. The podcast of the year went to Wondery's Dying For Sex. The awards seemed to be a streaming success, too, with 25,000 people watching at peak. From the full list of winners, Amazon's Wondery was the winning studio of the night, with five awards announced; Crooked Media getting four, and QCODE with three. The podcast with the biggest award haul was Wind of Change, with three separate wins.
December 18, 2020:
October 15, 2020:
    Crooked Media's Pod Save America has possibly snagged their biggest guest yet - former President Barack Obama. He has things to say - about the census, birtherism, misinformation, and rage.
September 25, 2020:
August 6, 2020:
    The female founded and led podcast network Wonder Media Network has signed with talent agency WME, to help the network expand into books and television. Founded by journalist Jenny Kaplan and brand strategist Shira Atkins, WMN is an audio-first media company with a mission to amplify underrepresented voices. WME already represent PRX, Rusty Quill, Crooked Media and Malcolm Gladwell, and is owned by Endeavor, which also owns podcast network Endeavor Audio.
June 15, 2020:
    Unholier than thou is a new podcast from Crooked Media that went live on Friday, which tackles the difficult, and often conflicting, journey of exploring religion and spirituality in the modern era.
May 11, 2020:
    "Take me to the magic of the moment on a glory night, where the children of tomorrow dream away in the Wind of Change"... The song by The Scorpions from 1990 captured the zeitgeist of the disintegrating Iron Curtain and the fall of the Soviet Union. But what if it wasn't a song by The Scorpions at all, and was actually written... by the CIA, in a dastardly plot to bring down America's long-time enemy? A new podcast released today, Wind of Change investigates - with Pineapple Street Studios, Crooked Media and Spotify.
March 17, 2020:
    America Dissected: Coronavirus launches today - it's the second season of America Dissected, and is hosted by Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, a physician and former city health commissioner. (Crooked Media / Megaphone)
December 6, 2019:
    What A Day, launched in October, is "a funny but incredibly informative news source", according to their publicist (and we're not going to argue). On Dec 3, the hosts, comedian Akilah Hughes and Gideon Resnick, interviewed presidential candidate Julian Castro. (Crooked Media / Megaphone)
November 12, 2019:
    Crooked Media and Pineapple Street Studios are releasing a Pod Save America special series on the Iowa Caucuses. The series aims to help listeners understand why Iowa is the first state in the primary process, how the caucuses work, and what it takes to win. (Megaphone)
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May 24, 2019:
    This Land is a new podcast from Crooked Media to explore the dramatic history of Oklahoma tribal land rights, revolving around two seemingly unrelated Oklahoma murders that occurred over 150 years apart. (Crooked Media / Megaphone)
July 11, 2018:
    HotPod 168 is out, covering Crooked Media's The Wilderness, the Washington Post's dynamic ad insertion ("I can't say that I like this"), and Maximum Fun's Bubble.
January 19, 2018:
    Spotify also announced a set of launch partners: BuzzFeed News, Cheddar, Crooked Media, Lenny Letter, Gimlet Media, Genius, The Minefield Girl, Refinery29 and Uninterrupted; as well as Spotify’s own original series.
November 27, 2017:

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