The MLW Radio Network, the podcast leader in pro wrestling for 10 years, today announced it will further expand the brand and its offerings. As part of the expansion, the network has partnered with Libsyn to broaden its capacity, distribution and revenue initiatives. Libsyn has worked with some of the most popular media companies in the industry, including Pandora, Spotify and Radio.com.
The refresh will kick off with a new spring line-up available now at the brand new www.MLWRadio.com. The new MLW Radio Network line-up will be anchored by the return of the popular Talk’n Shop podcast hosted by “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson, “the Big LG” Doc Gallows and Rocky Romero. Additionally, the MLW Radio Network will expand its podcast offerings with several new podcasts in development.
Under MLW Radio’s network-wide expansion, listeners will have exclusive access to MLW Radio’s leading content and programming including premium audio and contests for its globally-recognized marquee podcasts. A subsidiary of MLW LLC, the MLW Radio Network has the largest footprint of pro wrestling podcasts in the genre for over 10 years. MLW Radio’s advertisers will have the opportunity to partner with the network for new and unique advertising campaigns for MLW podcasts, simulcasted programming and future live performances.
“MLW Radio is the number one audio company in the wrestling space worldwide and this expansion allows us to further connect with listeners and advertising partners on a massive, global scale,” said Court Bauer., CEO of MLW. “We are excited to roll out new programming and new advertisers, giving our listeners access to MLW Radio’s exclusive content, while partnering on programming, advertising and one-of-kind branded events.”
Reaching a large percentage of the wrestling fan population on a monthly basis through its programming, the MLW Radio Network reaches more listeners than any other sports podcast media company.
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