Forbes to launch four new podcasts
Forbes announced Thursday that it plans to launch four new podcasts in the next two months.
The new programs — “The Forbes Interview,” “Forbes Under 30,” “Forbes Lists” and “Forbes Sports Money” — will be available on PodcastOne.com, the PodcastOne app and iTunes.
“We’re excited to build on our successful partnership with PodcastOne, and launch additional podcasts with content that reinforces the mission of Forbes…to champion entrepreneurship,” said Lewis D’Vorkin, chief product officer of Forbes Media, in a statement. “Our focus this year is about taking Forbes content off domain and monetizing those experiences. Podcasts represent yet another avenue for us to diversify our revenue streams.”
“The Forbes Interview,” which will debut Jan. 17, will delve into the minds of significant leaders. The people who have been, or easily could be, on the cover of Forbes magazine, are interviewed by Forbes senior editor Steve Bertoni, with new episodes every Tuesday.
Launching Feb. 1 with new episodes every Wednesday, “Forbes Under 30” focuses on young innovators, disruptors and entrepreneurs. They will be interviewed by Forbes contributor and former PBS host Steve Goldbloom.
“Forbes Lists” kicks off Feb. 16, hosted by Jordan Harbinger, who celebrates his 10-year anniversary in podcasting this year, also serving as host of the very-successful “Art of Charm” PodcastOne program. Harbinger will talk with list-makers and Forbes editors in charge of curating the well-known Forbes lists that highlight the top companies, wealthiest people and biggest celebrities in the world. New episodes will run every Thursday.
“Forbes Sports Money” launches March 2 and takes an in-depth look at the business of sports, as team owners, athletes and industry leaders talk money and the enterprise of sports. The show, hosted by Michael Ozanian, co-host and managing editor of “Forbes SportsMoney,” a four-time New York Emmy Award-winning television show on the YES Network, is available every Thursday.