Reach. Connection. Engagement.

These words start with one individual who has determined that their path is to create change. How? Actively choosing to invest one’s efforts in hopes that it would impact the life of another. I believe that everything we do helps to lay a foundation for someone else to follow, and have come to truly appreciate the individuals who are using their voices to better our community. This is one of the many reasons why it's important to acknowledge the evolution of media. Traditional and digital media now connect people in ways it never has before, creating the opportunity for rapid growth within these black-led spaces and platforms (podcasts, YouTube, social, etc.).

Ad Results Media is a podcast agency that recognizes the strength of conversation and is honored to partner with powerful, bold, and impactful voices within the Black community. Podcasters and influencers have the ability to affect the lives of listeners instantaneously. As we take a moment to reflect on the Black lives and legacies that have helped pave the way for others, we also would like to embrace and celebrate every Black voice that has been amplified on podcasts and left a lasting impact. February acknowledges Black history, past and present. 

So, in honor of the month, we’re highlighting a few Black voices within our partnerships that transcend beyond the mic:

Blessed + Bossed Up

blessed and bossed up podcast

Want to be a "boss" and gain insight on how to navigate it all, while being uncompromising in your faith? Tune in weekly with Tatum Temia Ayomike as she talks about life with God as your CEO. The award-winning entrepreneur, executive producer, author, and CEO of Anchored Media is changing the game for how women of faith operate in business and day-to-day life.

Leveling up is the only option for any listener who engages in Tatum’s conversations. So, if you are looking to dive deeper into your faith and find insightful but applicable ways to elevate your business, tune in. Blessed +Bossed Up is not only a podcast, it’s a community.

The Breakfast Club

“The World's Most Dangerous Morning Show” – sounds intriguing, right?

Well, your guess is correct. Hosts DJ Envy, Angela Yea, and Charlemagne tha God provide weekly dialogue that stirs up emotions, stimulates the mind, and keeps you informed.

The entertaining trio not only keeps their listeners engaged in the latest pop culture news, but also creates a space for them to become a part of the conversation. The Breakfast Club podcast is more than a morning show you listen to on your way to work. It’s a movement.

The Breakdown

Do topics of racism and injustices interest you?

Join Shaun King weekly as he dives deep into stories of corruption and the practical ways you can fight back. Shaun has cultivated a platform for listeners to have real, transparent, and necessary discussions. Change matters. Justice matters.

The podcast proclaims that shying away from issues that arise and become prevalent is not an option.  It invites listeners to become the change they’d like to see. The Breakdown with Shaun King is not just a podcast, it’s an opportunity to become a part of a bigger conversation.

If you enjoyed this, keep your ear to the ground for more as we continue to go beyond the mic and share thought-provoking content on culture and listener experience within the audio landscape.