AudioBoom, a global podcasting platform, has announced a new wave of original and co-produced content to its network, featuring a mix of shows in genres such as true crime and society and culture.
Upcoming audioBoom podcasts include:
Night Call (debuts February 5, 2018) Tune in as Grantland writer Molly Lambert, Drunk History storyteller Tess Lynch and New York Magazine film critic Emily Yoshida keep you company on “lonely nights and strange days,” chatting about everything on their minds, whether it’s pop culture, internet culture or even half-baked conspiracies.
You can leave a message on the Night Call hotline and get their advice on life, love and everything in between – even the coming apocalypse.
Empty Frames (debuts February 6, 2018) One of the most mind-boggling, unsolved art heists of our time involves nearly half a billion dollars of works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Degas, Manet, and more, lifted from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Saint Patrick’s Day in 1990 by two men dressed as police.
Join Lance Reenstierna and Tim Pilleri (producers and co-hosts of hit true crime podcasts Missing Maura Murray and Crawlspace) as they take a deeper look into the case, exploring the most interesting theories and the socioeconomic impact of this unsolved mystery.
Mafia (debuts February 7, 2018) Host Fleet Cooper takes a journey into the underworld of organized crime, exploring the rise and fall of the most notorious mobsters in history. Each episode delves into the rise and fall of another famous mobster – from Charles “Lucky” Luciano and John Gotti, to Donnie Brasco, “Bugsy” Siegal and Dutch Schultz.
Empty Frames, Mafia, and Night Call join Casefile, Undisclosed, No Such Thing As A Fish, Astonishing Legends, and other top podcasts on the audioBoom platform.