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PodcastOne Expands True Crime Podcast Programming Slate


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PodcastOne has added "True Crime All the Time Unsolved" and "This is Monsters," along with their entire library of podcast episodes. PodcastOne will spearhead the production, sales, distribution and marketing for both shows which are now available on the PodcastOne platform.

Created by Ohio-based bankers Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson in January, 2017, "True Crime All the Time Unsolved" is a weekly series that guides listeners through the most interesting unsolved true crime stories to ever happen. The hosts don't take themselves too seriously but they do take true crime very seriously. Infamous crimes and criminals from The Chicago Strangler to the tragic disappearance of 11-year-old Gannon Stauch are some of the unsolved crimes spanning decades that are researched and presented to the audience.

"This is Monsters" began as a pandemic project YouTube show from Washington state based construction worker Jiles whose interest in some of the gnarliest crimes in history sparked an idea to share that fascination with a worldwide audience resulting in a show, and now podcast. The show tells the stories of some of the worst people to ever walk the planet and each season will focus on a new theme and the handpicked stories within that theme will make your blood run cold. Child killers, torturers, and family annihilators are just a few of the themes lined up.

"With the addition of 'True Crime All the Time Unsolved' and 'This is Monsters,' PodcastOne continues to build on the compelling and original true crime genre. Our growth strategy demonstrates our expert knowledge of what drives podcast download numbers and advertiser generated revenue and we couldn't be more thrilled to welcome these shows to our network," said PodcastOne President Kit Gray.

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