Midroll, the leader in the fast-growing podcast industry, is launching four new podcasts hosted by some of the biggest names in business and entrepreneurship through its branded content division, Midroll Brand Studio.
Branded content is a growth driver for the blossoming podcast industry. Midroll Brand Studio is launching twice the number of podcasts in the first quarter of 2018 as it did in all of 2017. The studio has previously worked with major brand advertisers including FedEx, Papa John’s, Casper, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Annapurna Pictures.
Midroll Brand Studio’s New Releases Include:
Rise and Grind with Daymond John – released January 24, 2018.
Hosted by the award-winning businessman and popular television personality (whom you may recognize from “Shark Tank”). This podcast is sponsored by ZipRecruiter. In this 10-episode series based off his book of the same name, Daymond John seeks advice from his most successful friends, including fellow “Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran, serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, talk-show host Wendy Williams and rapper and producer Tyler the Creator.
Big Questions with Cal Fussman” – returned on January 23, 2018.
As a bestselling author, speaker, and one of the greatest interviewers of this generation, Cal Fussman has sat down with some of the world’s most influential leaders. In Big Questions, Cal Fussman hosts surprisingly candid and revealing conversations with basketball legend Kobe Bryant, SoulCycle’s Melanie Whelan, and others. This podcast is sponsored by Squarespace and ZipRecruiter.
Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin – will launch on February 15, 2018
This is the newest podcast from the bestselling author and leadership teacher Seth Godin. The series focuses on akimbo, an ancient concept describing the bend in a river or in an archers bow. The podcast focuses on the culture in which we live – and how we can change it. This podcast is sponsored by ZipRecruiter.
Breached – will launch on March 28, 2018
Hosted by award-winning journalist Bob Sullivan, the show takes a look at the biggest hack no one knew about: Yahoo. Three billion users are left vulnerable for three years and experts are still baffled. Breached digs into the who, why, and how of this unprecedented mystery, trying to figure out what it really means and, more importantly, what do we do now? This podcast is sponsored by Carbonite.