The American Life has partnered with the Serial team to create a new podcast production business. The first show out of Serial Productions is titled S-Town, and it has two more programs in development.[read more]
Indiana’s WBAA public radio station will keep This American Life on its programming roster after listener outcry over a previous announcement that the show would be cut. “After considerable listener feedback, This American Life will remain on WBAA,” a note on the WBAA station now reads.[read more]
Public radio WBAA in West Lafayette, Indiana, is discontinuing broadcasts of This American Life after the show entered into a deal with Pandora. In a brief blog post titled “Mission vs. Economics,” WBAA General Manager Mike Savage said that the decision to air This American Life on a paid subscription service was a key factor in the Indiana station’s decision.[read more]
Pandora has partnered with the This American Life podcast. The audio program, produced in collaboration with WBEZ Chicago and hosted by nerd hero Ira Glass, now has its own channel on Pandora where listeners can tune in to hear compelling or unusual stories about whatever that week’s theme is. New episodes will air on Mondays.[read more]
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Speaking of inclusiveness, TuneIn announced the start of a new station devoted to stalwart PRI show “This American Life,” hosted by[read more]