The new podcast network from Forbes and PodcastOne has announced plans for the launch of four new business-focused shows. “Our focus this year is about taking Forbes content off domain and monetizing those experiences,” Forbes’ Chief Product Officer Lewis D’Vorkin said. “Podcasts represent yet another avenue for us to diversify our revenue streams.”
The Forbes on PodcastOne network on-demand audio network was first announced in August. It combines a significant reach and portfolio: 50-million monthly uniques to Forbes.com, 200 podcasts in PodcastOne which claims 1.5-billion downloads annually.
The Forbes Interview debuts on January 17. The weekly show will center on discussions between Forbes Senior Editor Steve Bertoni and prominent business leaders. Podcasting icon Adam Carolla will be the inaugural guest.
Forbes Under 30 will highlight past and present inclusions on the publications’s 30 Under 30 lists, which recognize achievements by the younger generations of innovators and entrepreneurs. Forbes contributor Steve Goldbloom will host this weekly show.
Forbes Lists will go behind the scenes of how the media company’s many popular lists are made. The weekly show begins on February 16 with podcast veteran Jordan Harbinger hosting.
The final new show is Forbes Sports Money, a complement to the television program of the same name. It will have the same host, Michael Ozanian, and will explore many facets of the intersections between sports and business. It will air weekly starting March 2.