Podcast company Cadence13 is kicking off a new sports documentary podcast franchise with a season that will explore the Astros’ World Series-winning 2017 season. Major League Baseball fined the team in January after a report uncovered that players used technology to communicate signs stolen from opposing teams.
On “Raising Fame: Sports Edition,” the parents of NBA MVP Steph Curry, NBA star Seth Curry and daughter Sydel Curry reveal the incredible journeys—from childhood to champion—
of sports icons including Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Shaquille O’Neal, Megan Rapinoe, Michael Phelps, Dwyane Wade, Venus and Serena Williams, and Russell Wilson, as told by the people who raised them
Cadence13 to Launch Weekly Podcast with Globally Renowned Researcher and #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Brené Brown
Series to Debut at South by Southwest (SXSW) with Mainstage Conversations Featuring #MeToo Founder, Tarana Burke, and Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness
Are You Cool Enough to Know Who Our February Cover Star Is?
YouTuber Emma Chamberlain—she of the 8.5 million followers and the 18 years of age—is basically the litmus test for how much you understand 2020.
The scales have finally tipped: As of 2019, more than half of all teens and adults in the U.S. have listened to at least one podcast, according to one consumer survey. It has been a time of tremendous growth for the medium.
Cadence13, a leading premium podcast company, and PAPER today announced the launch of Internetty, a weekly look at the most talked about stories on the internet spanning pop culture, celebrity news, entertainment and more.
If you’ve made it this far, you already know how much I love personal stories, family secrets, and generational trauma, which makes it no surprise that The Ballad Of Billy Balls is my number one. From the team at Crimetown and reporter IO Tillet Wright, The Ballad Of Billy Balls attempts to unravel the 1982 killing of William Heitzman, a punk musician who performed under the name Billy Balls, shot dead in his East Village storefront apartment, allegedly by an undercover cop.
A burgeoning wine connoisseur, fashion aficionado, and advocate of mindful living and meditation, the basketball star chatted with Esquire about how he balances his work schedule and personal life in the midst of an always on-the-go lifestyle.
It wasn’t enough to push their fans beyond their musical comfort zone — for the 2018 Curveball Fest, Phish wanted to find a way to deeply annoy them. Repeatedly. And for no other reason than the band’s own amusement.So they came up with the Mime Field.The plan was to force fans attending the multi-day festival at Watkins Glen International speedway in Upstate New York to make a terrible choice: Each night, while exiting the event, festival-goers could take a long and very much out-of-the-way route to get to the camping grounds, or they could take a shorter walk through a pitch black field where dozens of mimes lie in wait.
“It’s like you’re doing 10 people’s jobs at once,” says Chamberlain of the YouTuber grind. Filming, editing, and, of course, being the on-air personality. “It’s a crazy amount of work.” And yet Chamberlain always seems to be having fun, even when tired or stressed or dealing with the latest zit.