It all started with a Google search.
UTA has teamed up with Cadence13 to create Ramble, which they say is the first podcast network devoted exclusively to online creators. The first members of the network include Rhett and Link, hosts of the YouTube show “Good Mythical Morning,” and Hannah Hart, host of “My Drunk Kitchen.”
Speaking with documentarian turned podcaster, Andrew Jenks, his voice is more relaxed and casual but those are the only discernible differences. He doesn’t have a separate “radio voice” and “normal voice” like others I’ve met.
Hardwick felt there was more to say about the name change, the podcast’s move to Cadence13, and his surprising plans to syndicate the show’s catalog for radio. So he reached out to Uproxx to talk things over.
But in unfiltered remarks on the latest edition of “Origins,” a podcast from James Andrew Miller, co-author of the ESPN oral history, “Those Guys Have All the Fun,” Smith said ESPN leadership also tweaked “SC6” to marginalize him and Hill.
Sorry, Donald Trump. Filmmaker Andrew Jenks, whose podcast What Really Happened? released a new episode on Princess Diana Wednesday, thinks that Time has one obvious pick for “Person of the Year,” and it’s Prince Harry.
Cadence13, formerly DGital Media, is one of the leading creators of on-demand audio entertainment in the United States.
Chris Corcoran is the Chief Content Officer at Cadence 13, which was formerly DGital Media until a recent rebrand following a 45% acquisition of the company by the radio conglomerate Entercom.
There’s a podcast listener in half of all U.S. households, and boy do they love beer and bottled water, according to new data from Nielsen that aims to help consumer brands match purchase behavior to podcast audiences.
But podcast-obsessed millennials aren’t the first ones to recognize the need to tackle the lack of diversity in radio.