Slate announced that it will exclusively represent Forever Dog, a popular podcast network that creates critically-acclaimed comedy and culture shows that champion diversity, individuality, and empowerment.
The multiyear strategic agreement between two of the largest, topically diverse networks in the industry will include all-go-to-market activity and the potential for future collaboration on new programming.
“We are thrilled to be working working with Forever Dog, a network that perfectly aligns with Slate’s voice and values,” said Charlie Krammerer, Slate’s President and CRO. “Like Slate’s, Forever Dog’s audience is smart, passionate and cares deeply about news and culture. And the network offers a robust inventory of engaging, hilarious and gutsy shows that we’re excited to take to market.”
“The Slate partnership is a dream come true,” said Joseph Ciiio, Forever Dog’s CEO and Co-Founder. “Not only are our companies aligned from a values perspective, but we are both passionate about creating top-notch shows that stand out in a saturated marketplace. Paring Slate’s indispensable journalism with Forever Dog’s fearless comedy, our audiences and our client partners are going to have vibrant, stand-out programming to enjoy for years to come.”
Forever Dog already works with Slate’s podcast membership platform Supporting Cast, which offers a way for both independent shows and top tier networks to build reliable, recurring revenue. As part of the expanded relationship, Forever Dog will be launching new exclusive content tied to Race Chaser and other shows powered by Supporting Cast.