Midroll Helps Squarespace Maximize ROI on Podcast Ads

Any podcast listener knows what a huge presence Squarespace has in the medium. The company is a podcast advertising pioneer, betting on the unique engagement of the platform when very few companies had taken the leap. Over the course of some seven years Squarespace’s sponsorship has helped dozens upon dozens of podcasters focus on their art while keeping their shows free for listeners. At Midroll we’re big fans of Squarespace and we really appreciate the…

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Meet the Midrollers: Earwolf Lead Engineer Brett Morris

Sometimes known as “Engineer Brett,” ”Engineer Cody-Brett," or “Engineer ‘Stard,” Brett Morris is Earwolf’s lead engineer. He is responsible for developing the audio signature of Earwolf’s shows, and also personally engineers the recording of many of them, along with his two colleagues, Cody Skully and Sam Kieffer. This is the first interview in a series that will introduce the people behind the scenes at Midroll Media, giving you a peek behind the scenes at the…

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Grace Helbig Has a New Podcast, and It’s a Midroll Exclusive

The multi-talented comedian and actress Grace Helbig made her name with her web series Daily Grace. Her show is now called It’s Grace and her YouTube channel has over 1.8 million subscribers made up of young women and men who are plugged in to pop culture. Not Too Deep With Grace Helbig is her new weekly podcast that debuts on September 1. A preview episode dropped last week and the excitement that generated has already…

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Midroll Gets on the Patcast Train

We just added the podcast from Pat Monahan, the lead singer of Grammy-winning rock band Train. He started Patcast so he would have the chance to sit down with his musician friends and meet other interesting people in entertainment, since his touring schedule doesn’t otherwise allow him much time to do this. Each week Pat talks with guests like Bob Saget, Ken Jeong, Sammy Hagar, John Oates, & One Direction’s Niall Horan. It’s your weekly…

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The Partially Examined Life Podcast Adds Philosophy to Midroll’s Roster

Philosophy doesn’t have to be only for stuffy books and boring, difficult journal articles. In fact, philosophy can be engaging and accessible. Wouldn’t that be a great subject for a podcast? That’s why we’re happy to add The Partially Examined Life to the Midroll roster. It’s a podcast by four guys who once were set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. The show has a five-star rating on iTunes…

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