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The 50 Best Podcasts of 2020 (The Atlantic)

The best podcasts of 2020 (Financial Times)

The Podcasts of 2020: A Tribute (IndieWire)

With travel podcasts, explore the world through your ear buds (The Washington Post)

How A Man Uses His Online Persona Of ‘Amish Stud’ To Try To Enlist A Mistress To Kill His Wife (Oxygen)

Why Macmillan runs one of the most innovative podcast networks (Simon Owens)

A Killing in Amish Country: Twists Abound in This Shocking New True Crime Podcast (The LineUp, Case Closed Season 3)

How Two Friends Turned the History of the ‘Green Book’ Into a Podcast (Condé Nast Traveler)

The week in audio: Driving the Green Book and The Forum: The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre (The Guardian)

Driving the Green Book podcast — learning how to travel in a hateful world (Financial Times)

First listen: ‘Driving the Green Book’ podcast preserves history of Black travel (USA Today)

Reliving ‘Green Book’ History Through a New Podcast and Apple Maps (Variety)

Macmillan will launch a new project that involves a significant collaboration with Apple across its ecosystem of services (Hot Pod/Vulture)

Here’s which murder podcast you should listen to next (Cosmopolitan, Case Closed Season 1)

True Crime Podcasts of the Week (Vulture, Case Closed Season 2)

Finally, a true crime series that offers answers (The Guardian)

True Crime Podcasts of the Week (Vulture, Case Closed Season 1)

Winner of Best Use of Podcasting in Book Marketing (Digital Book World Awards)

Macmillan’s Podcasts Promote Authors, Create New Content, and Boost Sales (Publisher’s Weekly)

Going Into 2019, The Publishing Industry Is Excited About Audio (Forbes)

America Is Polarized. It’s Why We Have to Start Listening to Each Other (Time)

‘The Girls’ Is A Fictional “True Crime” Podcast Based on the New YA Novel ‘Sadie’ & It’s Unlike Anything You’ve Heard Before (Bustle)

“It Begins with a Dead Girl.” Listen to an Exclusive First Look at The Girls Podcast (Paste Magazine)

Introducing I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics (National Review)

A Publisher Tries Podcasts As A Gateway To Audiobooks (NPR’s Morning Edition)

Hot Pod: Macmillan’s new network shows how podcasts can be a logical next step for book publishers (HotPod)

How book publisher Macmillan built a thriving podcast network (AudioTeller)

Macmillan Outlook (HotPod)

Tor Books announces a new fiction imprint dedicated to experimental storytelling (The Verge)

This New Imprint Will Publish Experimental Fiction And Dramatic Podcasts — In Other Words, A Dream Come True (Bustle)

Why Tor Books’ first podcast drama Steal the Stars should steal your attention (Ars Technica)

Like Sci-Fi and NPR? Try These Podcasts (Wired)

If the Job You Have Isn’t the Life You Want, the Answer is Simple: Jump (Inc)

3 Podcasts Feminists Should Listen to This November (Bitch)

Macmillan’s Podcasts Promote Authors, Create New Content, and Boost Sales (Publishers Weekly)

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