VP/Podcasting Matty Staudt Exits iHeartMedia To Launch Jam Street Media



ALL ACCESS has learned that MATTY STAUDT is exiting iHEARTRADIO as VP/Podcast Programming to launch JAM STREET MEDIA as President. STAUDT is being joined by JESSICA NAVARRO, EVP and Head of Production at MARK WAHLBERG’s UNREALISTIC IDEAS, in the new venture, a podcast company based in LOS ANGELES and focusing on podcasts for brands, talent coaching, and consulting for businesses interested in podcasting.

STAUDT said, “I have LOVED my time at iHEART and getting to be radio’s first VP/Podcast Programming was the culmination of 29 years of work in radio, eight years in higher education, and 12 years in podcasting. In the time I have spent with iHEART I have been able to help launch hundreds of podcasts and create podcast networks in every major market in the United States. The talent at iHEART is the best and it’s been my pleasure to work with them and help them move forward into the world of podcasting. This is not goodbye at all, and I am sure I will be working with iHEART for years to come and I will continue to host ACCESS PODCAST for IHR. This new job will let me focus on select brands and talent, as well as build my own team with some amazing folks.”

STAUDT is a 30-year veteran of radio, starting in WEST VIRGINIA and through stints as Executive Producer of G. GORDON LIDDY’s syndicated show on WJFK/WASHINGTON and as a producer at WNEW/NEW YORK and KLLC (ALICE @ 97.3) and KITS (LIVE 105)/SAN FRANCISCO; he was on the original team at STITCHER  and consulted on PREMIERE NETWORKS’ “AMERICA NOW” before becoming Digital PD at iHEARTMEDIA’s SAN FRANCISCO cluster. He was named VP/Podcast Programming in MAY 2018.

See the new company’s website at www.jamstreetmedia.com, or reach MATTY at [email protected] for more information or to book him as a guest on podcasts.

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