NeuseNews.com unveils podcast format

NeuseNews.com unveils podcast format

NeuseNews.com is proud to announce a new format offering for some of our video content. As another free service for our readers and viewers, we are now including our weekday Flash Briefing and weekly Post Game Show presented by Chris Humphrey Allstate in a podcast format.

We have partnered with Anchor.fm to help share the audio experience across a multitude of platforms, such as Spotify, Google Podcast, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, Breaker and Radio Public, with additional avenues to come soon.

“People consume information by reading, watching and listening,” said B.J. Murphy, NeuseNews.com Publisher. “We want to reach those consumers who enjoy podcasts in their car, during their workout, or while completing chores around the house.”

Neuse News correspondent Junious Smith III said he’s excited to see the organization taking another monumental step.

“This is another amazing endeavor taking place with Neuse News, and I’m blessed to be a part of it,” Smith said. “This company wasn’t even on the radar six months ago, yet through innovation and an amazing community outpouring, we’ve been able to continue making strides.”

Although the service is free to consume, Anchor.fm also allows individuals to support podcasts financially. To learn more, please visit https://anchor.fm/neusenews.

 Click the image above or the Anchor.fm block below to listen to the Week 10 Post Game Show presented by Chris Humphrey Allstate, which featured the two most winningest coaches in Lenoir County history: Jimmy Smith and Ryan Gieselman.

Click the image above or the Anchor.fm block below to listen to the Week 10 Post Game Show presented by Chris Humphrey Allstate, which featured the two most winningest coaches in Lenoir County history: Jimmy Smith and Ryan Gieselman.

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