The Stoop brings race, identity, journalism, and creativity together in one place.

The Stoop,” a podcast exploring stories from across the Black diaspora, has joined the Radiotopia podcast network from PRX beginning today.

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Co-hosted by Hana Baba and Leila Day and launched in 2017, “The Stoop brings race, identity, journalism, and creativity together in one place. Day and Baba start conversations about what it means to be Black, dig deep into issues that aren’t always openly discussed, present stories about Blackness in America and globally, and celebrate Black joy in all its diversity.

An award-winning audio journalist whose reporting has focused on communities of color, immigrant life, culture, religion, and the arts…

Debuting April 1, the seven-part narrative series will reexamine the home run race of 1998 and the enduring legacy of a scandal. Hosted by sportswriter Joan Niesen

Religion of Sports (“ROS”), the Emmy Award-winning sports media company, today announced “Crushed,” a seven-part narrative podcast series reckoning with the spectacular, infamous, and reverberating story of Major League Baseball’s steroid era. The show is brought to audiences in partnership with public media organization PRX.

Listen to “Crushed” across podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Music

An audio trailer is available now. New episodes will be released on Thursdays from April 1 through May 13.

In 1998, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa raced to break the single-season home run record, casting a spell on the country. Host and former Sports Illustrated staff writer Joan Niesen was one of the many people…

The seven-part series features acclaimed journalist Maria Hinojosa and is hosted by Maggie Freleng

Futuro Studios and public media organization PRX today present “Suave,” a new seven-part podcast series about the system that sentences juveniles to life in prison, a story of incarceration, redemption, and the unusual relationship between a journalist and a source.

The first two episodes of “Suave” are available now. New episodes will be released weekly on Tuesdays through March 16.

Listen across podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, and Spotify

In 1988 David Luis “Suave” Gonzalez was found guilty of a first-degree homicide committed when he was 17 years old. A Philadelphia judge sentenced him to spend his life in prison without the possibility of parole. At Graterford State Correctional…

The podcast is hosted by film critic Elvis Mitchell

Proximity, 99% Invisible, and Warner Bros. today present the “Judas and the Black Messiah Podcast,” an official film companion from the Radiotopia podcast network from PRX.

An audio trailer is available today. New episodes will be released on Fridays from February 12 through March 12.

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From producers Ryan Coogler (“Black Panther,” “Creed,” “Fruitvale Station”) and Charles D. King (“Just Mercy,” “Fences”) and director/co-writer/producer Shaka King, the filmJudas and the Black Messiahis inspired by true events, telling the story of Chairman Fred Hampton — the charismatic young leader of Chicago’s Black Panthers — and William O’Neal, who infiltrates the…

A New Podcast Co-Produced with the TEAM and Co-Directed by Tony Winner Rachel Chavkin and Zhailon Levingston and Hosted by Broadway Icon André De Shields as Hermes

The Onassis Foundation and the TRAX podcast network for tweens from public media organization PRX today announced “Live from Mount Olympus,” a new podcast produced in partnership with theatre ensemble the TEAM, combining the magic of audio and contemporary theatre with the power of Greek myth.

Listen here and across podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Music

The show will debut free on-demand to audiences everywhere on Tuesday, February 2, with new episodes each Tuesday through March 9. An audio trailer is available now.

“Live from Mount Olympus, an audio adventure for all, is co-directed by Rachel Chavkin, recipient of the Tony Award for best direction of a musical in 2019…

“We share a goal to provide deep context behind complex global issues and events”

The World,” the daily radio program of global news and analysis from public media organizations GBH and PRX, and The Economist, one of the most widely recognized current-affairs publications in the world, announce a collaboration to enhance international news coverage for U.S. listening audiences while expanding the reach and impact of The Economist’s acclaimed offering of podcasts.

“The World” will feature audio stories from The Economist’s podcasts on an ongoing basis, on Fridays. An example of this collaboration can be heard here, addressing the displacement and persecution of the Uighur people.

The Economist’s award-winning podcasts include current-affairs show “The Intelligence”

The creative team includes playwright Mat Smart, director Logan Vaughn, actors Cedric Mays and Madeleine Lambert, and music by Rootstock Republic. Acclaimed writer Ashley C. Ford will host the six-part podcast.

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The Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, the National Park Service, and public media organization PRX today announced a new historical fiction audio drama podcast: “The Agitators: The Story of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass.”

“The Agitators” is adapted from the theatrical play of the same title, authored by Mat Smart.

Developed by PRX Productions — PRX’s audio team specializing in high-quality production and storytelling — the six-part podcast will premiere free on-demand to listeners beginning on November 18 with new episodes each Wednesday through December 16.

“The Agitators” presents listening audiences with the story of the enduring but tempestuous friendship…

The podcast is being produced for television by Weimaraner Republic Pictures’ Lynn Harris and Matti Leshem with WBTV

The Radiotopia podcast network and Peabody Award-winning creator John Scott Dryden today announced a new season of the acclaimed fictional mystery thriller podcast “Passenger List.” Season two will premiere free to audiences in spring 2021.

Actress Kelly Marie Tran (“Raya and the Last Dragon”; “The Croods: A New Age”) will return to “Passenger List” in the role of Kaitlin Le, a college student whose twin brother vanished with Atlantic Flight 702 along with 256 passengers on board. Suspicious of the official version of events, Kaitlin pursues her own reality-bending investigation.

The creative team from season one of the podcast —…

New must-hear audio series will be announced in 2021. Religion of Sports unveils a podcast team with deep experience in audio storytelling and journalism

Religion of Sports (“ROS”), the Emmy Award-winning sports media company founded by creator Gotham Chopra, six-time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady, and NFL Hall of Famer Michael Strahan; and public media organization PRX, today announced a new podcast partnership.

Religion of Sports is known for its distinct point-of-view storytelling and has worked with the leading distribution partners in the business to release award-winning video content including “Tom vs. Time,” “Stephen vs. The Game,” “Greatness Code,” and “Shut Up and Dribble,” as well as the “Now for Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra and More Than A Game” podcasts. In 2021, Religion of…

“Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan” television series to debut October 5. “Kelly Corrigan Wonders” podcast to launch October 6.

In seeking to offer public media audiences a much-needed voice of reason and inspiration this fall, PBS NewsHour is launching “Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan, an intimate and heartfelt special interview series, while PRX and KQED will both present “Kelly Corrigan Wonders,” a podcast and radio show that delves into deep questions with thoughtful guests.

Listen to the Kelly Corrigan Wonders podcast here

For readers of her four New York Times bestselling memoirs, it’s easy to see why HuffPost crowned Corrigan “the poet laureate of the ordinary” back in 2010. …

David Cotrone

Public Relations Specialist at PRX

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