iHeart’s Newest Daily Podcast Brings Real-Life Love Stories.


From news headlines to daily meditations, the variety of daily podcasts has grown during the past year. Just ahead of Valentine’s Day, iHeartMedia is offering a heart-filled addition to the list. It will debut LoveStruck Daily, a daily podcast series co-produced by the female-focused Frolic Media, to take on real-life love stories.


LoveStruck Daily will run about 20 minutes each day. In it, hosts Sarah Wendell and Alisha Rai will speak with romance experts as they present a new real-life love story each day. The producers say the podcast will not only share true-life love stories, but will also offer listeners a moment in their day-to-day life to sit back and enjoy the fun banter between Wendell and Rai as they share nuggets of truth in love and dating. LoveStruck Daily will also feature interviews from guests sharing their own love stories and expertise.


“Frolic Media has always been about celebrating life’s happily ever after’s, and this podcast is the latest opportunity for us to share genuine, feel-good stories that listeners can relate to,” said Frolic Media CEO Lisa Berger. “Romance is truly universal. This show is yet another way we’re reaching listeners through compelling stories told by extremely talented and diverse voices.”


LoveStruck Daily is the first podcast from iHeartMedia and Frolic Media, with plans to launch additional shows in the future.


“We could all use feel-good stories right now, and no one is better at telling stories of true love than the team at Frolic,” said Will Pearson, COO for the iHeartPodcast Network. “We’re thrilled to partner with Frolic to bring a heart-warming episode into the world every day, and to amplify strong female voices along the way.”


Wendell is a widely-recognized romance expert, author and co-founder of Smart Bitches Trashy Books. Rai is a best-selling author of more than 20 contemporary romance novels.


LoveStruck Daily will post every Monday through Friday beginning February 7.

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