|Industry||Digital media, Podcasts|
Number of locations
|Spencer Brown (CEO), Chris Corcoran (CCO), John Murphy (President)|
|Products||Develop, distribute and monetize podcasts|
Number of employees
Cadence13 (formerly DGital Media Inc.) is a media company based in New York City that creates, distributes, and monetizes audio content, primarily podcasts. The company was founded in 2015 and is a division of Audacy, Inc. The company is helmed by chief executive officer Spencer Brown, Chief Content Officer Chris Corcoran and President John Murphy. It is a major podcasting network and has produced podcasts for actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, reality star Lauren Conrad, journalist Neil Strauss, and author Rachel Hollis. Cadence13 has partnerships with several other companies, including Goop, Crooked Media, and Tenderfoot TV.
David Landau and Spencer Brown worked together as co-CEOs for Westwood One and in 2015 founded Cadence13 as DGital Media alongside venture capitalist Michael Rolnick. In 2017, Entercom purchased a 45 percent stake in DGital Media for $9.7 million.
In 2018, Cadence13 teamed up with the United Talent Agency to create Ramble, the "first podcast network devoted exclusively to online creators".
In April 2019, Cadence13 announced that it would be starting C13Originals, under which the company would release several new podcast shows featuring unscripted audio stories. The first C13Originals show released was Gangster Capitalism. In July 2019, a partnership was announced between Cadence13 and Nielsen Holdings, with Cadence13 being one of the first few companies under the Nielsen Podcast Listener Buying Power Service. On August 7, 2019, it was announced that broadcasting company Entercom had entered into an agreement with Cadence13 and Pineapple Street Media to acquire the companies.
Cadence13 was named one of Fast Company's "World's Most Innovative Companies for 2019".
In March 2020, Cadence13 announced that they would be launching a podcast with former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, titled Yang Speaks.