Powerful Stories is the latest podcast title to join Nova Entertainment’s Podcast Network. Created by host Tory Archbold, the series launches with commercial partner Intuit QuickBooks, joining the network from 9 November.
Powerful Stories is a podcast series that steps into the shoes of powerful women and discovers how they earned their success.
Tory Archbold (pictured) said, “I believe in the power of partnership and connection. By sharing authentic, raw conversations with people I have met along the highway of life will give the Nova audience insights into unspoken game-changing moments they have endured which sparked transformation. From rock bottom to sky high achievements these insights will allow others to switch their thinking and view life challenges as possibilities. The end game will always be a better version of you.”
Kane Reiken, Nova Entertainment’s digital commercial director, said, “Nova Entertainment continues to lead the market in building compelling digital audio solutions, which drive proven impact and effectiveness for our clients. By partnering with Tory Archbold’s Powerful Stories, we further build on our credentials in providing a platform for brands to engage hard to reach audiences interested in business, entrepreneur and self-improvement inspired content.
“Tory is an incredible woman who has an amazing story to tell, and this experience allows her interview change makers and influential business identities to unpack their personal path to success. Partnering with her new podcast Powerful Steps was a great fit as we continue to invest in high quality content which appeals to our audiences while providing compelling commercial opportunities for our clients.”
Guests appearing on Powerful Stories include Kate Vale, Melissa Hoyer, Sally Obermeder, Chelsea Pottenger, Jacinta Tynan, Felicity Harley, Bahar Etminan, Katrina Blowers, Melissa Ambrosini , Emma Isaacs with episodes released every week. The episodes are available at novafm.com.au/podcasts and major podcast platforms.
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