ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network teams up with The Daily Aus


ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network Australia has joined forces with one of the fastest-growing news outlets for millennials, The Daily Aus.

The partnership will help The Daily Aus continue to grow its audience base and enable a broader suite of brands to connect with young Australians who want easily digestible and accessible news.

Founded by Zara Seidler and Sam Koslowski – two twenty-somethings who decided to make a business out of explaining the news to their friends – The Daily Aus tackles stories that matter, empowering young Australians to be part of important conversations.

It’s already making waves in the podcasting world, debuting in the Australian Podcast Ranker last month.

In the lead up to the federal election, The Daily Aus has also launched the topical series No Silly Questions, featuring in-depth interviews with key politicians, experts, and advocates, arming young Australians with all the information they need in the leadup to the election.

ARN’s Head of Digital Audio, Corey Layton says “ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network is proud to partner with The Daily Aus to deliver news to an even broader audience.”

“Sam and Zara have created an incredible brand that explains the stories that matter to young Aussies, deserving of their ever-growing list of accolades and online dominance. The Daily Aus joins an array of diverse podcasts in the network, across multiple genres, that specifically speak to millennials, which further benefits our advertising partners.”

The Daily Aus co-founder and host Sam Koslowski says there’s nothing in the Australian news podcast market for young people, by young people.

“The Daily Aus is here to change that – and it’s great to be recognised in the Podcast Ranker,” he says.

“We’re off to a flying start with the team at ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network and are so excited to be working with such a successful and respected organisation. Our podcasts punch well above their weight, and we are pumped to put some serious resources behind them to become the leaders in youth news.”

The Daily Aus and No Silly Questions are available via the free iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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