This American President Joins Evergreen Podcasts
We at Evergreen are pleased to announce the launch of This American President. As part of the partnership agreement, This American President will join the growing list of podcasts on the Evergreen Podcasts network. We will invest in new marketing campaigns to enhance the popularity of this show. In addition, we will be selling advertisements and sponsorships for the podcast. This American President is hosted by Richard Lim and produced by Michael Neal.
The United States has had 45 presidents and each one represents a unique chapter in this country’s history. Those chapters are filled with triumphs and tragedies, successes, and failures. Some of the American presidents were brilliant and others were just plain bizarre. But they all have a story and This American President helps to share that rich, presidential history of the United States.
“We are passionate about telling good stories, and so is Evergreen Podcasts,” noted Richard Lim and Michael Neal of This American President. “We are excited to join their network so we can reach new listeners and focus more on creating content for our fans to enjoy. We look forward to collaborating with Evergreen and other podcasters in the network.”
“Having This American President join Evergreen Podcasts is a monumental moment for us,” offered Michael DeAloia, our CEO. “This podcast offers up the best in what a podcast should be…it is informative, captivating and inspirational. We expect big things for This American President.”
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