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November 17, 2023:
    The Official Rustin Podcast has launched today from Netflix, accompanying the new Netflix film. The architect of 1963’s momentous March on Washington, Bayard Rustin was one of the greatest activists and organizers the world has ever known; but has slipped from the public's mind. The film, and this podcast, aims to change that. It's produced by Pineapple Street Studios and Slayzhon.
November 9, 2023:
    Unruly is new today, hosted by hosted by author, curator, and critic Kimberly Drew. "We unpack the quiet ways women’s bodies are commodified, defined, and regulated by social media, the medical profession, the beauty industry, and more. Then we name them, out loud." It's from body hair and care brand Flamingo and Pineapple Street Studios.
October 23, 2023:
    Ghost Story is new from Wondery today - a jaw-dropping tale of a haunting, which becomes a murder investigation, which leads to a family drama. It's made by Audacy's Pineapple Street Studios.
October 5, 2023:
    The third season of Sound Judgment launched last week - exploring the audio storytelling craft of podcasting. Last week, Classy’s Jonathan Menjivar, of Audacy’s Pineapple Street Studios and alum of Fresh Air and This American Life, shared strategies and self-doubts on the challenge of making a gripping podcast about class in America; and to come are Anna Sale, Nikki Boyer and others.
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June 27, 2022:
    Project Unabom is the newest podcast from Apple TV+, and goes live today. Hosted by journalist Eric Benson and produced by Audacy's Pineapple Street Studios, the podcast explores the story of serial bomber Ted Kaczynski and what drove him to his dystopian vision.
April 26, 2022:
    New from Wondery and Amazon Music, Will Be Wild has been launched from Pineapple Street Studios. The show is a deep-dive into the Jan 6 insurrection at the US Capitol. Hosted by award-winning investigative journalists Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz, it's available on all podcast platforms, with Amazon Music getting new episodes first.
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.

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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.
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March 22, 2022:
    HBO Docs Club is a deep dive into a wide variety of titles from HBO Documentary Films, past and present. Produced by Audacy's Pineapple Street Studios and HBO Max, it'll be hosted by Brittany Luse and Ronald Young Jr, and launched yesterday. - read more
February 28, 2022:
    HBO has announced HBO Docs Club, a deep dive into a wide variety of titles from HBO Documentary Films, past and present. Produced by Audacy's Pineapple Street Studios and HBO Max, it'll be hosted by Brittany Luse and Ronald Young Jr, and launches in March.
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December 16, 2021:
    And Just Like That..., the HBO Max series which premiered its first two episodes last Thursday, has launched an official podcast. And Just Like That...The Writers Room has writers, directors and producers talking about the show, and we're promised special guests. It's produced by HBO Max in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.
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September 27, 2021:
    Foundation: The Official Podcast is an accompaniment podcast for AppleTV+'s Foundation original show. It was launched on Friday, and is produced by Audacy's Pineapple Street Studios.
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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.

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.
October 12, 2020:
September 21, 2020:
    The Guardian: "Thousands of documents detailing $2 trillion of potentially corrupt transactions that were washed through the US financial system have been leaked to an international group of investigative journalists" — Eighteen months in the making, Entercom's Pineapple Street Studios has released Suspicious Activity, a podcast to accompany the FinCEN files, a landmark investigation from BuzzFeed News and the international consortium of investigative journalists. This is the first time that a large-scale investigation like this has been accompanied by a podcast series. It's available now.
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.
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:
March 19, 2020:
    Pineapple Street Studios have also announced a project called Stuck at Home, encouraging kids to make their own podcast. "As part of this experiment, kids are encouraged to create their own Stuck at Home podcast featuring the content of their choice".
January 10, 2020:
    The Catch and Kill Podcast, which covers the systems that protect powerful men accused of terrible crimes in Hollywood and beyond, gets a full review from Podcast Review, describing one episode as "38 powerful minutes of podcasting that puts into perspective how precarious these acts were and continue to be". (Pineapple Street Studios / 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)
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.

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