The Adam & Symon Show Moves To LisTNR

The Adam & Symon Show Moves To LisTNR
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SCA has announced that the established podcast, The Adam & Symon Show is moving to LiSTNR.

Adam Densten and Symon Lovett are best-known for their 10 seasons on the 10 Network and Foxtel’s highest-ever rated entertainment show, Gogglebox Australia, and now their podcast.

Following their time on Gogglebox and a stint in the jungle on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, Densten and Lovett went on to self-produce and release their own podcast.

The Adam & Symon Show will kick off with The Tokyo Hangover, on 12 August.

The ten-part special will see the guys chatting to some of the biggest champions of the games, including Australia’s 200m and 400m freestyle golden girl Ariarne Titmus and gold and bronze medal-winning breaststroker Zac Stubbelty-Cook.

Densten and Lovett, said: “We’re super excited to be working with LiSTNR, especially because it means we no longer have to record in a local council’s band room after an orchestra finishes their practice at 10 pm on a Monday night!”

Head of content at LiSTNR original podcasts, Sam Cavanagh, said: “We’ve been really impressed with the huge loyal fan base Adam and Symon have built and look forward to working with them to grow their audience and integrate their podcasts into the LiSTNR ecosystem.”




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