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Podcast News Bites: Adam Carolla, Crooked Media, Edison Research, Salem Media.


…Podcast host Adam Carolla is on the move. His The Adam Carolla Show Podcast is not leaving PodcastOne though. Instead, Carolla has listed his Los Angeles-area home for $8.99 million according to the Wall Street Journal. It says the five-bedroom, 7,330-square-foot home is located in the ritzy suburban area of La Cañada Flintridge. The sale comes as Carolla divorces wife Lynette Paradise. They bought the house in 2018 for $7.327 million.


Crooked Media’s Pod Save America has launched a British-focused sister Pod Save the U.K. but it will be back in America next week as hosts and former Obama aides Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Tommy Vietor, and Dan Pfeiffer sit down for a live taping at the Tribeca Festival. Their guests will feature former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, New York Attorney General Letitia "Tish" James, MSNBC anchor Alex Wanger, and comedian Roy Wood Jr. Details HERE.


Edison Research will release the Infinite Dial 2023 Australia on Monday, June 26. Similar to its U.S. flagship, the report will assess audio consumption habits Down Under. Edison President Larry Rosin and VP Nicole Beniamini will break down the latest trends including podcast listening, audio streaming services, and smart speaker ownership. Findings also include global comparisons among Infinite Dial countries. The 2023 survey marks the seventh annual release of the study in Australia, and the continued expansion of The Infinite Dial, the longest running survey of digital media consumer behavior in the U.S. Get webinar details HERE.


Salem Media Group says that the Main Street Matters podcast, produced by Job Creators Network, has joined the Salem Podcast Network. The small business-focused podcast will be co-hosted by Job Creators Network CEO Alfredo Ortiz and Elaine Parker, President of Job Creators Network Foundation. “We are so happy to add a podcast to our lineup that talks to small business owners and entrepreneurs — the lifeblood of the economy,” said Salem Senior Vice President of Spoken Word, Phil Boyce. “Alfredo and Elaine are two of the best voices out there in this space and will be able to help so many people grow and succeed.” Two episodes of the Main Street Matters podcast will be released each week.

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