Independent NBA Podcasters Find Their Home at Blue Wire

Payton Turkeltaub

May 2, 2022

Blue Wire continues to prioritize the success of its creators in terms of their control over their podcasts, flexibility in schedules, and revenue options, all of which have made the network the perfect fit for independent creators like NBA podcasters Dane Moore and Knicks Film School.  

Dane Moore, the host of The Dane Moore NBA Podcast, left the Minneapolis radio market to podcast full time with Blue Wire in November of 2020, seeking more independence and control over his content. Since then, Moore has been one of the network’s greatest successes. Moore’s podcast features interviews with experts from around the NBA, the state of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and all the latest basketball news. With Blue Wire’s support, the show has grown exponentially and is constantly appearing on the NBA and General Sports top charts. The show has re-signed with the network for 2022.  

Knicks Film School, hosted by Jonathan Macri, saw immense growth in their first year with Blue Wire as well, and recently signed a multi-year extension with the network. Hosted by Jonathan Macri, KFS joined Blue Wire in December of 2020 and are fans’ one-stop show for all things New York Knicks including game recaps, reactions to the latest news, and strategic analysis. The podcast achieved an almost 500% increase in monthly listens in 2021 as part of the Blue Wire network and continues to grow in 2022.  

These two shows both represent Blue Wire’s unique ability to provide independence and flexibility to its roster of podcasts and creators, making the network a perfect fit for independent podcasters looking to take their show to the next level. These two shows also deserve tremendous credit for putting in the work for their podcasts to succeed, and we can’t wait to continue our partnerships with them.

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