Apple is bringing the music to podcasts as subscribers now have the option to listen to their favourite Apple Music Radio shows on the podcast app. That includes Africa Now with Nandi Madida, The Zane Lowe Show, and Rap Life Radio.
Apple Music produces an array of award-winning programming spanning genres and formats, including anchor shows, artist-hosted shows, playlist shows, narrative shows, and specials. Apple Music’s coverage of the 2024 Apple Music Halftime Show will also be available to subscribers on Apple Podcasts.
“On Deep Hidden Meaning, we dig into the stories behind the world’s most popular songs with some of the most important songwriters — people like Paul McCartney, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Rod Stewart, Diane Warren, The-Dream, Björn, Ulvaeus, and so many more. The music is such a huge part of the show, which is why I’m excited that Apple Music subscribers,” said Nile Rodgers.
“I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to engage in honest conversations with some of the most brilliant, talented, and inspiring artists on the planet,” said Zane Lowe. “You will hear conversations with the likes of Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Blink-182, Burna Boy, Ed Sheeran, Neil Young, Paramore, Sam Smith, U2, and more on Apple Podcasts.”
New shows from top apps and services will launch every week this spring. Starting next month, listeners will be able to connect their subscriptions to Bloomberg, Curio, L’Équipe, Mamamia, Sleep Cycle, The Economist, The Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, WELT News, and Zen with Apple Podcasts to get their dose of news and and other lifestyle content.
“There is truly something for everyone, which is why we’re excited to make it all available on Apple Podcasts,” said Rachel Newman, Apple Music’s global head of editorial.
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