SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TuneIn, Inc., the leading global live audio streaming service, today announced that it has been selected to exclusively represent sales opportunities in conjunction with Rachel Maddow's first original, scripted podcast, 'Bag Man: A Rachel Maddow Original Podcast,' which will be available on Tuesday October 30, 2018.
"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with MSNBC to exclusively represent the sales rights of Rachel Maddow's first original podcast 'Bag Man'," said Bill Hartman, Vice President and Head of Global Partnerships and Sales at TuneIn. "We have created a variety of partnership opportunities for brands interested in joining this journey through U.S. history and look forward to driving as many listeners -- including our own 75 million -- to it as possible."
The 'Bag Man' story will be released on Tuesday, October 30 and is available wherever listeners get their podcasts, including TuneIn.
To listen to the entire 'Bag Man' series on TuneIn as it unfolds, visit www.tunein.com/podcasts weekly, and then on subsequent Tuesdays for new episodes. To learn more about TuneIn's branding and advertising solutions, visit https://cms.tunein.com/business/.
Bringing together a wide collection of live sports, music, news, and podcasts — including live, on-demand and original content — TuneIn lets people find what they love while helping them discover new things. TuneIn has grown to become one of the most widely used streaming audio platforms in the world with 75 million monthly active users. TuneIn has over 120,000 owned & operated and partner radio stations and more than 5.7 million on-demand programs stemming from every continent, and is available for free across 200 platforms and connected devices. TuneIn Premium subscribers can listen to the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, premium news, and commercial-free music stations. With venture funding from Comcast Ventures, IVP, Sequoia Capital, Causeway, General Catalyst Partners, Icon Ventures, and Marker LLC, TuneIn is headquartered in San Francisco, California.