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February 3, 2022:
    In a new season, The Experiment focuses on spam - not unwanted email, but the meat thing in a can. The show is produced by The Atlantic and WNYC Studios, and starts - a little unexpectedly - in the Philippines. - read more
December 22, 2021:
    Ten Percent Happier is expanding to launch its own podcast studio, developing a wide range of shows that will explore the intersection of everyday life and mindfulness. The new podcast studio has launched under the leadership of Jen Poyant (ex WNYC Studios and Stable Genius Productions) and Kimmie Regler (Gimlet Media), and is to launch three new shows in the next six months.
December 1, 2021:
    Noel King has joined Vox's Today, Explained as Editorial Director and co-host. She was formerly with NPR's Morning Edition and Up First. The daily podcast will also air on local public radio stations nationwide, in partnership with New York's WNYC Studios.
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April 22, 2020:
    The 2020 winners of the New York Festival Radio Awards have been announced. The CBC were awarded 'broadcaster of the year'; their Hunting Warhead podcast was awarded as Best Investigative Reporting. Winners also included Wondery, CBS News Radio's Mobituaries, ESPN's 30 for 30; WNYC Studios' Dolly Parton's America; The Melbourne Age's Last Voyage of the Pong Su; and Lantigua Williams & Co's 70 Million. Here are the full winners.
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October 4, 2019:
    Radiolab's Jad Abumrad has been working 9 to 5 on a new podcast. Dolly Parton's America is a deeply personal, historical, and musical rethinking of one of America’s great icons. (WNYC Studios / OSM Audio)
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April 1, 2019:
    Paula Szuchman and Emily Botein from WNYC Studios also spoke this morning at Radiodays Europe, highlighting how they use audio to build community, and focusing on "listener episodes" - which do better than well-known names. Every show, they said, is created with listener interaction in mind.
February 7, 2019:
    WNYC has named Andrew Golis (Vox, The Atlantic, PBS) as their new Chief Content Officer. He will work across WNYC News, WNYC Radio, and WNYC Studios.
January 10, 2019:
    Death, S#x and Money is back for a new series. (Mis)Educations focuses on those that have realised that what they learned about the subject might have done more harm than good. (WNYC Studios)
December 4, 2018:
    Classical music fans rejoice: Aria Code is produced in partnership with The Metropolitan Opera, and "pulls back the curtain on some of the most famous arias in opera history, with insight from the biggest voices of our time", says the press release. (WQXR / The Metropolitan Opera / WNYC Studios)
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August 15, 2018:
    Podtrac have released their US top podcast publishers data for July. Total global downloads is down by 2% month-on-month, in spite of July being 3% longer than June. WNYC Studios is down by nearly a quarter.
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May 31, 2018:
    WNYC Studios launches American Fiasco, a twelve episode podcast series chronicling the story behind the US soccer team's meltdown at the 1998 World Cup. The press release describes it as "a universal, human story that is part underdog, part Icarus, part Rocky meets Apocalypse Now". (There won't be a meltdown this year: they didn't even qualify.)
October 9, 2017:
    Video: on the WNYC Studios facebook page, they've posted video from the recent Werk It podcasting conference. (PS: We're on Facebook too - come like us).
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