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Puck’s Newsletter ‘The Line Sheet’ Expands To Audio.

The news site Puck, which converted the weekly The Powers That Be podcast into a daily show two years ago, is launching its most ambitious project since. It has teamed with Audacy Podcast to create a twice-weekly podcast titledFashion People. Hosted by fashion expert Lauren Sherman, the podcast will be an extension of Puck’s The Line Sheet subscription newsletter.

“This month we reached the two-year anniversary of Line Sheet and what a way to celebrate by extending the fashion industry’s favorite source for news, gossip and snark with an audio component,” said Sherman. “I’m looking forward to hosting my favorite designers, business leaders, fashion experts and fellow writers on the pod to discuss what we’re hearing, reading and, most importantly, wearing.”

In Fashion People, Sherman will translate all the intrigue, dish and high-level reporting of her genre-defining private email, Line Sheet, to audio form. She will be joined by leading industry executives, designers, journalists, experts, and other “fashion people” to discuss the inside conversation out loud—bringing listeners closer than ever to what’s really being discussed inside the boardroom, atelier, and Polo Bar. 

“Through her wit, expert insights and ability to predict what’s next, Lauren has captured the attention of the fashion industry and given her readers access into a world rarely seen and we are proud to be the home of Line Sheet,” said Puck cofounder Jon Kelly. “As we continue to expand the Puck universe across platforms, the demand for Lauren’s voice was clear – she’s a fantastic addition to our audio network and we look forward to her and Puck’s continued growth in this medium in the months ahead.”

Founded in 2021, Puck covers the inside conversation at the nexus of Wall Street, Washington, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, the media, and fashion. Fashion People is the latest in Puck’s partnership with Audacy Podcasts. In October, they dropped About a Boy: The Story of Vladimir Putin, a five-part documentary podcast series exploring the forces that shaped Russian President Vladimir Putin’s childhood and life and why it's critical to understanding the war against Ukraine. Audacy earlier worked with Puck when it converted The Powers That Be from a weekly into a daily show.

“We’re thrilled to expand our relationship with Puck with the launch of ‘Fashion People,’” said Jenna Weiss-Berman, Executive VP of Audacy Podcasts. “Lauren’s unparalleled insider access and knowledge of the industry will make this a must-listen.” The first episode of Fashion People will drop on April 23.

Puck also produces Somebody’s Gotta Win and The Town with Spotify.

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