Parcast is a network that you should keep your eyes (and ears) on. Founded in 2016, the network has been killing it in the true crime category, steadily launching shows into the top of the charts, including the hits “Serial Killers” and “Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories.”
Parcast shows are particularly popular with women, who make up 75% of the network’s total listenership, according to Midroll’s demographic survey. Key to the network’s success is knowing their audience, and delivering a consistent, polished product with high quality sound design and talented and personable hosts who have great voices.
They also know how to build on successes, tapping proven talent to work on new shows, and then promoting them across the network.
That makes Parcast shows a great choice for any campaign where you need to target an engaged and educated (66% have a bachelor’s or higher degree) female audience.
Check out Parcast’s latest and upcoming releases. Then get in touch to learn how to advertise on any of these great podcasts.
Hosted by Carter Roy (“Unsolved Murders”) and Claire Dellamar
The truth is rarely the best story. And when it’s not the only story, the truth deserves another look. Though we aren’t conspiracy theorists, we tell the complicated stories behind the world’s most controversial events and possible cover-ups.
Hosted by Claire Dellamar and Richard Rossner
“We don’t know,” is the answer for too many questions. But in this podcast, we don’t take “we don’t know” for an answer. Every week, we explore the greatest mysteries of history and life on Earth–Stonehenge, Bigfoot, the Bermuda Triangle–we may not always find an answer, but we search anyway, because the answer “we don’t know” is always the scariest.
Hosted by Vanessa Richardson and Claire Dellamar
Picture a murderer. A gangster. A thief…. Did you picture any women? We didn’t think so. As of 2017, only about 7.4% of jailed criminals are female. So what causes a woman to choose a life of crime? From the creative team behind hit podcasts “Serial Killers” and “Cults,” Female Criminals explores the minds and crimes of the world’s most dangerous women.
“Gone” – launches April 23
This show searches for everything missing. Every two weeks we examine historic disappearances and the theories they spawned. From Amelia Earhart to Picasso paintings, the Etruscan language to early Russian cosmonauts; if it disappeared, we’re looking.