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iHeart launches Ruby, a branded podcast unit

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  • iHeartMedia announced Ruby, a branded podcast unit that’s already working with Quickbooks and IBM. Lst week SMI said that US spending on branded podcasts was up 51% year-on-year in Q1.

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  • The Podcast Show takes place next week in London, and the show has announced a number of new speakers. Included are Acast CEO Ross Adams; Will Pearson from iHeartPodcasts - focusing on ‘Debunking The Biggest Myths in Podcasting’ - and Ashley Flowers of true crime sensation Crime Junkie. Our Editor will be there, too. You can use PODNEWS for a discount code.

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  • UK podcast producer Fresh Air has been named as one of the best small companies to work in the UK by The Sunday Times. Neil Cowling tells Podnews: “I honestly couldn’t be prouder of this. When you grow a small business, you have the opportunity to build a culture from scratch, and then the extraordinary, humbling privilege of other people choosing to dedicate their working lives to shaping that further with you.”

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