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Business Insider launches “Household Name” podcast series

Axel Springer's Business Insider and internet listening service Stitcher today launched the podcast series “Household Name”.


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Hosted by Dan Bobkoff, executive producer of audio at Insider Inc., the podcast explores off-beat stories, successes and backgrounds of popular brands. The first episode of the weekly series deals with the development of the restaurant chain “TGI Fridays” and will be available through Stitcher, Apple Podcasts and other podcast platforms from July 25, 2018.

Stitcher a listening service that offers various news and information podcasts via its website and app.

For more information and the first episode of “Household Name“, visit Apple Podcasts or the Stitcher app.

Axel Springer is a FIPP member.

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