New York Post to Launch ''Sources Say: Page Six Podcast''
|RADIO ONLINE | Monday, August 12, 2019|
The New York Post has announced it will launch "Sources Say: A Page Six Podcast" and has chosen cabana as its ad sales partner. "Page Six" is a leader in breaking celebrity news and has evolved into its own iconic brand. The fabled gossip column delivers in-the-know gossip and news from entertainment, culture, the media, fashion, real estate and politics. Regular Page Six editors Maggie Coughlan and Ian Mohr will host the podcast, bringing insider stories and knowledge straight from the newsroom to life every week.
This is the New York Post's first foray into podcasting, and more titles are on the horizon. cabana has more than 200 podcast titles across all popular genres in its library and is the digital audio business of AdLarge Media.
"With the debut of 'Sources Say, the New York Post" enters the podcast space with one of the most popular brands in our portfolio," said The New York Post CEO and Publisher Sean Giancola. "Page Six fans can now hear insider gossip and news on our podcast straight from our editors."
"The New York Post and Page Six are iconic media brands, and we at cabana are excited to be a part of their entrée into podcasting," stated cabana and AdLarge Media Co-Founder and Co-CEO Cathy Csukas. "This is the kind of in-demand content that our podcast advertisers are asking for. As our relationship with the NY Post expands, we will have more highly engaging podcasts to offer our advertisers."
Maggie Coughlan is the editorial director of PageSix.com and Page Six Style at the New York Post. Since joining Page Six in 2014, she's launched Page Six Style, a website dedicated to fashion and beauty through the lens of celebrity, "Housewives Hangover," a YouTube series dedicated to all things "Real Housewives" and worked as a Consulting Producer on "Page Six TV." Her work has also been featured on AOL, Apartment Therapy, Brides.com, Gilt Groupe, SoulCycle and The Strategist.
Ian Mohr is Deputy Editor of Page Six at The New York Post. Before joining the daily column in 2010 his roles at other publications included New York Bureau Chief of the Hollywood Reporter, and Box Office Editor/film reporter at Variety. He also worked as VP of Development & Production at Goldsmith-Thomas Prods., based at MGM in New York.