Harvard Biz Review is expanding its podcasts
Harvard Business Review is expanding its podcast operations, reports Melynda Fuller of Publisher’s Daily.
Fuller writes, “The magazine was interested in investigating podcasts as a viable revenue stream as it moves more to the digital sphere, offering more options for a wider audience.
“Enter Women at Work and ‘Dear HBR.’ ‘Women at Work,’ a pop-up series covering gender and the workplace, launched this week. ‘Dear HBR,’ an advice show covering work dilemmas, will launch February 6. The podcasts are each a way for HBR to have emotional and illuminating conversations about the way people interact at work.
“Sarah Green Carmichael, HBR executive editor and co-host of ‘Women at Work’ (with Nicole Torres and Amy Bernstein), told Publisher’s Daily of the inspiration behind ‘Women at Work’: ‘HBR has been covering these issues around gender and women’s leadership for years. We want to rid the world of bad management — and that includes biased management.'”
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