Audioboom enlarges its Originals programming with two new shows

Podcast and audio network Audioboom has added two shows  to its Audioboom Originals array. The home-grown network swells to 22 podcasts with these additions, many of them personality-driven shows in chat and interview formats. “Audioboom is a leader in recognizing and investing in talent,” said Brendan Regan, Executive Vice President, Content and Production. “Collaborating and building creative podcasts with engaging talent is our key focus for the growth of Audioboom Originals.”

(Listeners who spent Covid downtime watching The Great British Baking Show on Netflix might want to try An Hour Or So With…, featuring “Bakeoff” host Sue Perkins.)

Here are the two newcomers as described by Audioboom:

Dark History is hosted by YouTube sensation Bailey Sarian, and became an immediate global hit, reaching number 1 on Apple’s podcast chart in the US, UK, Canada and Australia, and number 1 on Spotify’s chart in the US, UK, and Australia following its launch on June 2nd. Sarian’s Murder, Mystery and Makeup franchise has more than 10 million followers on Facebook and 5 million YouTube subscribers. In her new podcast with Audioboom she explores the chilling stories from world history that they don’t teach in school. The first episode of Dark History focuses on the Dupont chemical scandal, and had more than 2 million listens in the first week. Try it HERE.

The Southern Tea is hosted by reality television star Lindsie Chrisley and social media influencer, Katy Harrell.

Chrisley currently hosts the successful podcast Coffee Convos, and on The Southern Tea she teams up with Harrell to discuss careers, family, faith and everything in between. The show reached Apple’s top 30 after premiering on June 2nd. Try it HERE.


Brad Hill