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Audioboom adds new NYC studios

July 12, 2019 · 3.4 minutes to read

Welcome to 250 new subscribers so far this month, including folk from Kaya FM and Submedia in South Africa, Nova Entertainment and the ABC in Australia, Wise Buddah and Folded Wing in the UK, Megaphone and Stitcher in the US, and Belgium’s VRT.

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Lisa, Sandra and Kristen Go to the Movies is a new podcast from CNN, in conversation with award-winning actors, directors, screenwriters, and costume designers; a companion podcast to The Movies which airs on CNN’s North American channel on Sundays 9pm ET/PT. (WarnerMedia Podcast Network / knit)
I mean… why not?! is a new podcast featuring “the Moms of the Hit Boy Band Why Don’t We?” YEA Networks promise in the press release that Keri, Kristin and Myla are very funny. (YEA Networks / Audioboom)
Smashed prawns in a milky basket is a podcast about the work of “comedy writer/ performer/ director/ all-round genius Julia Davis”, and was on BBC Radio’s Podcast Hour last week along with New & Noteworthy. (Podbean)
iHeartRadio has launched their first travel podcast. It’s called Everywhere, and is hosted by Daniel Scheffler, a New York Times and Conde Nast published travel writer. (iHeartRadio / Megaphone)
Turn Me On, a “provocative” podcast, has a live show next week in Toronto ON, Canada, “allowing the audience to be a part of the salacious conversation”. Tickets (eOne / Libsyn)


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