Jake Shapiro of PRX is featured prominently in the fantastic episode of The Verge’s Top Shelf series looking at the innovators leading the new podcasting revolution.
Jack Antonoff (Bleachers, Fun.), Lena Dunham, Ingrid Michaelson, Janeane Garafolo, Lake Street Dive, Wyatt Cenac, Andrew McMahon, and Lucius were among the headliners at The Ally Coalition Talent Show benefiting LGBTQ homeless youth in New York City last night.
Coverage of the benefit included MTV, Time Out New York, Metro, New York Times, New York Post Page 6, New York Observer, Village Voice, New York Daily News, Flavorpill, AfterEllen, JoonBug, and JamBands.
Moleskine this week launched a new custom notebook and app with Adobe that condenses the creative process into just a few simple steps, allowing creative professionals and anyone with an idea to quickly turn hand-drawn sketches on paper into workable Photoshop or Illustrator files on Adobe’s Creative Cloud platform.
PKPR pitched top targets under embargo and secured launch day stories in nearly every major technology and design outlet including TechCrunch, Gizmodo, Fast Company, Wired, Cool Hunting, VentureBeat, The Next Web, PSFK, ArchDaily, Brit + Co, SlashGear, and HypeBeast.
On November 14th, Radiotopia, the podcasting network from PRX, became the most funded Radio/Podcast project in Kickstarter history, raising $624,412 from over 21,808 backers, far surpassing its original goal of $250,000.
PKPR secured an exclusive on the campaign’s success in the New York Times and secured many stories on how Radiotopia is leading the podcasting revolution in outlets like Digiday, Fast Company, International Business Times, Upstart, Capital New York, Columbia Journalism Review, Mediabistro, and Current.
How do you transform a Brutalist mass of concrete into a vibrant property that appeals to Boston’s growing tech industry? Architectural Digest take a look ESI Design’s makeover for the lobby of I.M. Pei‘s iconic 177 Huntington tower on the Christian Science Plaza in Boston.