‘Bully or the Beast,’ you decide with this racy talk show

“Bully and the Beast” is a racy talk show with a predominantly urban audience that loves shows like “The Brilliant Idiots” and “The Read.” The hosts, Wax and Lore’l, take live callers and dispense relationship advice using their experience and humor to talk through hilarious situations. Both hosts are staples in the Loud Speakers Network roster of shows making regular appearances on “The Brilliant Idiots” and “Angela Yee’s Lip Service.” Since its launch in January…

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Secrets are best kept on a podcast? ‘Secret Keepers Club’ is here

Female millennials are joining the  “Secret Keepers Club” in droves. It’s a podcast hosted by comedians and best friends Carly Aquilino (MTV’s “Girl Code”) and Emma Willmann (“My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”), who also happen to be excellent secret keepers – except when it comes to their own lives. Then they share everything. In each episode, the two give unfiltered responses to listeners’ anonymous secrets. Listeners will be surprised where people are willing to go and what…

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Weekly Update: Secret Keepers Club, Bully & the Beast and more

Here is a quick update on some new shows in our network for this week Trending: Bully & the Beast “Bully and the Beast” is a racy talk show for listeners who are into podcasts like “Brilliant Idiots” and “The Read.” The hosts, Wax and Lore’l, take live callers and dispense relationship advice using their experience and humor to talk through hilarious situations. Secret Keepers Club Female millennials are joining the “Secret Keepers Club” in…

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‘How Did This Get Played’ examines the world’s most confusing video games

Sometimes you encounter a video game so unbelievably bad that you have to laugh-out-loud and wonder how it got made. Cue the launch of the new Earwolf podcast, “How Did This Get Played?” with your hosts Heather Campbell and Nick Wiger. Nick is the co-host of the successful podcast “Doughboys” (with over 2,000 five star reviews on Apple Podcasts) and Heather is a video game journalist and writer on television shows such as “Saturday Night…

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Dr. Phil Is Introducing a New Female Audience to Podcasts

In the recent 2019 Infinite Dial report we learned that the monthly podcast audience grew 23% in the last year, to 90 million. That adds up to 17 million new listeners. Thanks to Dr. Phil McGraw’s mainstream name recognition and large fanbase, his new podcasts “Phil in the Blanks” and “Analysis of Murder” are attracting a significant portion of this fresh audience. In fact, according to our survey of these audiences, at least half have…

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