The Global Story Network (GSN), the new premium content arm of the Global Traffic Network, has announced the launch of its newest podcast series ‘Daditude’.
Daditude is parenting series for dads by dads, co-hosted by Australian media personalities, Vic Lorusso and Al Del Bene.
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Global Story Network General Manager Batoul Peters said the network was proud to launch a series that aimed to support dads, an audience which is often overlooked in mainstream parenting media.
“The podcast shares real-life stories that dads can relate to and have a laugh about while still gaining invaluable insights into how to handle different parenting situations. Vic and Al’s raw discussions feel like advice from a friend and will connect with dads on a personal level,” said Ms Peters.
With six kids between the two of them, Vic and Al share their own stories on Daditude, taking an honest and heartfelt look at the madness of fatherhood. Each episode delves into a new ‘dadlema’, whether it’s kids being fussy eaters, the perils of screen time or how to keep the romance alive with a partner after kids.
With the help of relevant guest experts and regular appearances from Vic and Al’s kids, the podcast delivers the parenting advice all dads are seeking.
Daditude co-host Vic Lorusso said he was excited to be hosting the podcast alongside the funny and talented Al Del Bene.
“It’s great to be a part of a series which is about how as dads we can raise our kids better and help each other to do so. On Daditude there’s no judgment, every dad is different and we get the opportunity to explore how best we can approach those all-important parenting decisions we face daily,” said Mr Lorusso.
Daditude co-host Al Del Bene said the podcast was a refreshing take on parenting advice with its focus on delivering information wrapped up in humour.
“We’re not experts on being fathers, but the series gives us the platform to talk to experts for helpful advice, while still keeping it funny and relatable,” said Mr Del Bene.