LinkedIn is launching a podcast network, and it’ll be brimming with business and industry-focused content.
LinkedIn is launching a new podcast network that will deliver in-house content from its News team and other creators and professionals from across the site.
As you might expect, LinkedIn will publish podcasts focusing on business, tech, industry, and other professional topics, and the new podcasts are already available to listen to.
LinkedIn Presents Delivers New Industry Focused Podcasts
The new LinkedIn Podcast Network will produce podcasts focusing on all-things business, be that tech, hiring processes, mental health, workplace management, creating ideas, or anything else its listeners want.
Initially, LinkedIn Presents will deliver eight new shows, alongside four LinkedIn News Podcasts:
- Big Technology, hosted by Alex Kantrowitz
- Brown Table Talk, hosted by Dee C. Marshall and Mita Mallick
- Rethink Moments, hosted by Rachel Botsman
- Sparked, hosted by Jonathan Fields
- The Anxious Achiever, hosted by Morra Aarons Mele
- The Next Big Idea, hosted by Rufus Griscom
- The Start-Up of You, co-hosted by co-founder of LinkedIn Reid Hoffman with Ben Casnocha
- Yes Factor, hosted by Winnie Sun
Each podcast will integrate with LinkedIn’s existing style, where other users build conversations around content and create engagement amongst peers. LinkedIn expects to add more podcast titles in the coming months, expanding its coverage to encapsulate more of what keeps the business world ticking.
Where Can You Listen to LinkedIn’s New Podcasts?
To begin listening to the new podcasts, head to the official LinkedIn Podcast Network home.
The links on that page will direct you to Apple Podcasts, although you can find LinkedIn podcasts on all other major podcast providers, including Spotify, though you’ll have to search for the specific podcast name.
Some of the podcasts on offer have been available to listen to for just a few days, while others have a few more episodes at launch. Either way, the new podcast network has more than a few episodes for you to wrap your ears around.
Source: Make Use Of