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February 21, 2024:
    In Canada, Pary Bell is the new CEO for TPX, The Podcast Exchange. After working in digital media at Rogers for more than eight years, he joins from a marketing firm.
December 5, 2023:
    From iHeartPodcasts, Ruthie’s Table 4 returns for a new season with renowned chef and restaurateur Ruth Rogers, the owner of The River Cafe in London. The all-new season will feature prominent guests including Will Ferrell, Ralph Fiennes, Guy Ritchie, Fisher Stevens, J.J. Martin and others.
November 13, 2023:
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February 8, 2023:
    Matt Mise has been appointed as Director, Podcasting & Head of Pacific Content at Rogers Sports & Media. He's been with Rogers for more than four years, leading branded content and commercial integrations.
September 13, 2022:
    In Canada, Julie Adam has left Rogers Sports & Media. She had worked for the company for almost twenty-four years. It means a new boss for the as-yet announced new head of Pacific Content: they'll report to Janice Smith, the VP of Sales.
August 31, 2022:
    StraightioLab, hosted by George Civeris and Sam Taggart, has joined iHeartMedia and Will Ferrell's Big Money Players Network. The first official episode of season three launches today and features comedians and hosts of the podcast “Las Culturistas” Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang.
July 21, 2022:
July 15, 2022:
    Dan Misener and Jonas Woost are to leave Pacific Content. Misener had been with the company for six years as Director of Audience Development; Woost had been with the company for nearly three years. Pacific Content's co-founders both left the company at the end of April; the company was acquired by Rogers, a Canadian media conglomerate, in May 2019.
June 29, 2022:
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March 22, 2022:
    In Canada, Rogers Media is running Canada's Next Great Podcaster across its radio stations: a competition to win CAD $10,000 and get your show idea produced. Caution, though: Matt Cundill pointed out to Podnews that the rules let Rogers use any of your ideas they like (even if you don't win) without giving you a penny (¶7d); it might not really be $10,000 (¶9a); and the draw is entirely random anyway and nothing to do with your entry (¶10).
September 21, 2021:
    River Cafe Table 4 is new from iHeartRadio - from the famous River Cafe in London, a podcast about how food impacts every aspect of our lives, with guests and recipes. It launches today; and gets a focus by The New York Times.
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October 6, 2020:
    The Hopeful is a father’s story, told by his daughter, of an escape from Iran during the revolution, life-risking flight to Europe and thrilling escape to Canada as a refugee. It’s part legend, part adventure and a powerful example of the stories every immigrant and refugee brings with them to their new country. It's new from Rogers Media's Frequency Podcast Network.
February 24, 2020:
October 22, 2019:
    Finding Fred focuses on Fred Rogers, a US childrens' entertainer. Does Fred Rogers matter today? And how can he teach us to be better neighbours in a decidedly un-neighbourly world? Made with the blessing of Fred Rogers Productions, it's new today. (Transmitter Media / Fatherly / iHeart)
May 2, 2019:
    The Canadian media conglomerate Rogers Media has acquired Pacific Content, Canada's first branded podcast company. In a blog post, Steve Pratt explains more. "The company will join Rogers and report in through our radio division but will continue to operate as a stand-alone business," says Julie Adam, Senior Vice-President of Rogers Radio.
January 10, 2019:
    The Young and the Weary is a New York City based life and comedy mashup podcast hosted by Jeremy Pinsly, a 32-year old stand-up comedian from Nashville and Dolores “Dev” Rogers, an 88-year old comedic actress from Buffalo. (Buzzsprout)
October 26, 2018:
    In Canada, the CBC launches its daily news podcast on Monday. Called Front Burner, it is hosted by Jayme Poisson, as we reported on 1 Aug. Rogers has been running The Big Story as a daily news podcast since June; and Corus's weekly This is Why launched at a similar time.
August 1, 2018:
    In Canada, CBC News has announced that it is to release a daily podcast: "an essential daily download that gives listeners a shortcut to deeper understanding of the news". The podcast, as yet un-named, will be hosted by Jayme Poisson, an investigative reporter who joins the broadcaster from the Toronto Star. Its competition is Rogers's The Big Story and Corus's This is Why.
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