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Entrepreneurs on Fire
From the HubSpot Podcast Network: Entrepreneurs on Fire With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row.
A collective of creators is producing Spacecasts, a podcast containing the very best discussions from Twitter Spaces and Clubhouse. The Verge reports that creators will share in the revenue from the podcast.
The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
The Dana Show is to replace Rush Limbaugh’s show on a number of radio stations, and is to be highlighted on the Audacy platform as a podcast.
Now & Then
The first new show from Vox Media Podcast Network and Cafe has launched: Now & Then is a weekly podcast hosted by historians Heather Cox Richardson and Joanne Freeman, exploring current events in the context of American history.
The Oldest Profession
It’s an International Day today, but not one we can mention here for fear of being marked as spam. The Oldest Profession celebrates the launch of the rights movement for sex workers, on this day in 1975.
The Junkees - Dave O'Neil and Kitty Flanagan
Yesterday, we reported on research about people who hate eating noises. Courtney Carthy from Nearly Media mentions The Junkees, which “has a nice way to get around the necessary eating on the podcast, as eating is an essential but unwelcome part of the show. We play a lovely bit of French style accordion music each time.” Why not.
The Deep End
The Deep End goes into depth about ideas that matter including the futures of commerce, higher education, art, governance, and longevity. It’s new from On Deck, a talent community.
The Reluctant Phoenix
The Reluctant Phoenix returns for a new season: New York standup comic Jeff Simmermon talks with people who have restarted their lives, whether or not they really wanted to in the first place.
Bernie: Who killed the Prince of Soho?
Bernie: Who Killed The Prince of Soho? looks at the untimely death of one of the most famous people in London Soho’s club scene: and how his life was falling apart. It’s from Stak, the producer formerly known as Stakhanov.

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