Parcast

Since 2016, Parcast has launched ten hit podcast series including Cults (on NPR’s 2017 Ultimate Holiday Podcast Wishlist) and Unsolved Murders (named one of the best true crime podcasts of 2017 by BuzzFeed).

Parcast produces scripted podcasts that explore topics ranging from true crime to history to unadulterated fairy tales. This model has enabled the network to scale quickly, streamline production, keep overhead costs low with just a full-time staff of 13, and stay on track to hit 100 million downloads in 2018. Parcast was co-founded by Max Cutler, 27, and his father Ron Cutler, a veteran radio producer who started Cutler Comedy Networks, the number one comedy service for radio morning shows in America in the 1990’s, carried by 2000 stations in all of the top 200 markets.

 

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Parcast’s Max Cutler on Forbes 30 Under 30 2019

By Patrick Kowalczyk

Nov. 13, 2018

Congratulations to Max Cutler, founder of Parcast, who was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for 2019.

Forbes writes: “Max Cutler launched Parcast in 2016, aiming to give a mainstream audience an alternative to the podcast market’s quirky comedians and NPR imitators. Parcast’s first two series, “Unsolved Murders” and “Remarkable Lives, Tragic Deaths,” quickly found success, and the network plans to have launched at least 21 shows by the end of March, with 20 being active.”

Permalink | Posted on Nov 13, 2018 at 8:27 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk

Parcast profiled by New York Times

By Patrick Kowalczyk

Apr. 16, 2018

PKPR placed an exclusive profile in The New York Times on how upstart podcast network Parcast has become a true crime and history podcast hit factory rivaling big players like NPR and Gimlet. The headline says it all: Pulp Nonfiction: Podcasts Go Mass-Market.

Permalink | Posted on Apr 16, 2018 at 11:16 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk


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