‘Dads: The Podcast’ Covers All Things Fatherhood

In 2015, actor and comedian Rory Scovel (“I Feel Pretty,” ABC’s “Modern Family”) nabbed his greatest role yet when he officially became a dad. And now, in his brand-new Team Coco show, “Dads: The Podcast,” Scovel is sitting down with “CONAN” Producer Ruthie Wyatt and a slew of celebrity guests to talk about all things fatherhood. Whether they’re fathers themselves or not, the show’s male-skewing, millennial listenership will devour these intimate conversations with comedy powerhouses…

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Get a Fresh Perspective with ‘On The Other Side’ with Jamie Ivey and Aaron Ivey

As a speaker, author and host of the popular podcast “The Happy Hour,” Jamie Ivey has long believed in the power of storytelling. But what happens after the tale comes to a close? In her new show, “On The Other Side with Jamie Ivey and Aaron Ivey,” Jamie and her husband Aaron invite guests to speak to the challenges, victories and epiphanies that awaited them following moments of great tragedy or triumph. The Iveys believe that stories…

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‘Tanis’ is Back with a Season 5 of SciFi Docudrama

Hosted by Nic Silver, Senior Producer at Pacific Northwest Stories, “Tanis” is a serialized docudrama about a fascinating and surprising mystery: the myth of Tanis. “Tanis” is what happens when the lines of science and fiction start to blur. The Guardian calls this unique show, “compelling and wildly addictive.” No wonder its loyal listenership, which skews millennial and female, is so enthralled with this weekly podcast. Season 5 of “Tanis” premieres on September 2. Get in…

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‘Watch What Crappens’ Keeps Up with Bravo’s Best

With two-and-a-half million monthly downloads and regular ranking in Apple Podcasts’ Top 10 for TV & Film, it’s safe to say that “Watch What Crappens” is in a podcast league of its own. Every weekday, comedy writers Ben Mandelker and Ronnie Karam praise, ridicule and eviscerate “The Real Housewives,” “Vanderpump Rules,” “Below Deck,” “Top Chef” and whatever else Bravo throws their way. The two have accumulated a loyal female-skewing audience of reality-entertainment lovers since it…

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‘All-American: Tiger’ Is A New Kind Of Sports Podcast

The story of Tiger Woods has enormous appeal for many different audiences, whether they love him for his astounding success on the green, or lost respect for him due to his very public missteps in life off the green. The first season of “All-American,” Stitcher’s brand new series about prominent U.S. athletes, takes a look at the man behind the headlines to assess his impact on American culture and vice versa. Like ESPN’s “30 for…

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