Empire Media Group and PodcastOne Partner to Create Multi-Year Programming Partnership
Empire Media Group, with more than 25 million subscribers in the United States, announced an agreement with PodcastOne, the leading audio and video podcast subscription service, for the creation of a multi-year programming partnership.
“Our new relationship with PodcastOne has the potential to give Empire listeners even more programming options and to open up new potential revenue streams, such as our upcoming release of our new album, Life is Beautiful,” said Empire Music founder, CEO, and Chairman, Tony Mauro. “We are truly excited to be teaming up with a company leader with such a broad and deep reach.
Empire will partner with PodcastOne to provide podcasting content and support to Empire’s growing podcast audience, which has grown to nearly 25 million members in the United States, in addition to growing to an additional 7 million members worldwide in the coming weeks. PodcastOne is the leading audio and video podcast subscription service in the United States with over 500,000 subscribers.
“Empire Media Group is one of the premier media companies in the country and a well-respected leader in the music and entertainment industry, having grown to be one of the top 50 networks in the nation and a leader in the industry-based music and celebrity programming,” said PodcastOne Chief Executive, Michael Kranefuss. “Our strong relationships with the music industry, such as the recording industry, and the entertainment industry are very important to us, and we are delighted to partner with Empire for continued growth in both the music and entertainment field.
“We’re thrilled to join the Empire family and build on our long-standing relationship with PodcastOne,” said Paul Shapiro, Chief Executive Officer, Epix. “Epix and PodcastOne have shared a similar vision for the future of the industry with Epix and PodcastOne as they have become the top podcast providers in the country. Epix is committed to making it the easiest way for consumers to discover, listen to, and enjoy podcasts; we feel that PodcastOne will allow a significant expansion by helping to increase the number of podcasts on the air for the Empire fans that subscribe to our family of podcasts.
“Empire and PodcastOne are pleased to collaborate on this new partnership,” said Empire Music CEO, Tom Fincher.
Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood and Epstein: Devil in the Dark.
Article Title: Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood and Epstein: Devil in the Dark | Programming.
This is a review.
When I was younger, I didn’t have a lot of friends to do stuff with. I was an atheist, which is to say that I couldn’t have many of the friends that I’d had in my younger days, because I thought that religion had a lot of good things, but it had a lot of bad things too. You know the type of atheist that you don’t like, because religion is just that bad, even if it is true at times. But I liked the bad parts. They were interesting. And I liked the good parts. As a result, I spent a lot of time with older atheists. They were the people that you could talk to. You didn’t have to explain too much to them. I’m not a religious person, so I couldn’t talk to them. I remember one of those times, a really old man that I used to go to college with, the guy that I used to see at least once a week, was really interested in me. And I was interested in him. I used to see him sometimes, after he got out of a car, and he’d get so excited about the things that I wanted to talk to him about. But he got into that car and he didn’t leave on time. I remember that one. So I think that man was a good atheist guy. I have a really hard time thinking of a good atheist guy. You know, I’m not a big fan of religion, but I just don’t really get the sense in this world of why they would want to do this stuff. And I think there’s a lot of evil in that.
I saw Natalie Wood’s new movie, in theaters, so I think it is about two weeks ago.
Empire Media Group.
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I am a very large media person – I would classify myself as a media strategist. As a person who has worked on many projects I have come up with some ideas, but I don’t have the funds to do all of them. I can’t get out of the office. All I can do is think them up and show them to management. There are probably a lot of people that will be in those meetings that I haven’t even realized.
That will change eventually, but it’s a slow process. I am hoping that will get better as the economy improves, but I can’t really see that happening anytime soon, unless someone has a huge pile of money to buy up all the media properties one company doesn’t own.
And the same thing is true for many agencies, and many other businesses.
That is what we are here for. We are not in business to sell services and products – we are in the business of creating and marketing products and services. That is where most businesses make mistakes in their business decisions and fail.
The way we do business is to create the idea of what the company is about. Then, once we do that, we sell our services and products. With the right tools and techniques, we can create an extremely profitable business with a minimum of resources. As a media person, I can create all the materials I need, whether it be a television show, a book, a magazine piece, a movie script, a video, a song, a song off the CD, a website, or any other media creation project. The only thing we need is someone to create the content.
When I started out, I had very little budget. Now, some agencies have huge budgets and it’s possible to develop a successful media company with a limited budget. Once you have your concept of what your company is going to be about, you can start to work out how to market it. As a media person, you would have to come up with some creative ideas for the company to be successful. At some point you are going to have to start working with other businesses to create even smaller ideas that could be sold as products.
There are companies out there who have no money, yet are able to create what they are willing to call “product ideas” that they can sell.
LiveXLive Media, Inc.
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“‘We’re doing live events of every kind imaginable — news, entertainment, business,’ Brown said. “Our mission is to create a new live broadcast format for mobile devices that brings new, high-quality video to your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
“We’re doing live events of every kind imaginable — news, entertainment, business,” Brown said. “Our mission is to create a new live broadcast format for mobile devices that brings new, high-quality video to your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
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