The Midroll roster is heating up with hot new and returning shows that appeal to audiences you’re looking for.
🎙🎙 New Seasons 🎙🎙
Akimbo – Business guru and best-selling author Seth Godin is back. Every edition features the kind of pithy value nuggets Godin is known for, giving the listener useful takeaways in very little time. New episodes start August 7.
❗️❗️ New Shows ❗️❗️
Get Rich Nick – Two comedians named Nick try money-making hustles, from donating plasma to winning trivia nights, so you don’t have to. Nick Vatterott is a former “Real Time with Bill Maher” writer and you’ve seen Nick Turner on Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers. This Earwolf show debuts August 27.
We Love You (and So Can You) – It’s one part reality show, one part self-love school and altogether the best makeover show in podcasting. Hosts Kristen Meinzer (“By The Book”) and Jolenta Greenberg (co-founder of Werk It podcast festival) help each guest find the outstanding person they were all along. Hear the trailer for this show that appeals to smart millennial women, coming August 15.
Astro Poets – Astrology is having a moment. The voices behind the popular Twitter account @poetastrologers (488K followers) weave together short-form poetry and pop culture to examine astrology through a cultural lens. It blasts off August 28.
🚀🚀 Trending Now 🚀🚀
Secret Lives of Black Women – Hosts Charla Lauriston and Lauren Domino have quickly found a growing and engaged audience looking for intimate and real talk. Spots in season one are going fast.
Three Questions with Andy Richter – Debuting at the top of the charts, it’s the breakaway hit of the summer. Don’t wait to get on this show while there’s still some inventory available.
🌟🌟 Perennial Favorites 🌟🌟
Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations – Oprah’s personal selection of interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors and spiritual leaders has an enormous and dedicated audience listening in every week. It’s a must for any campaign targeting women 25 – 44.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition – This daily supplement to Comedy Central’s pre-eminent daily comedy newscast features extended interviews and last night’s highlights. It’s a particular favorite with high income millennial women.