September 19, 2020

The Black Effect Podcast Network Names Dollie S. Bishop President Of Production And Creative Development

The Historic First-Of-Its-Kind Joint Venture Partnership Between iHeartMedia and Radio Hall-Of-Famer Charlamagne Tha God Was Developed To Amplify Black Voices, Celebrate Black Creators And Invest In The Black Community, With Culturally Relevant Content Across A Variety Of Genres

The Black Effect Podcast Network announced today that Dollie S. Bishop has been named President of Production and Creative Development, effective immediately. Announced earlier this month and set to launch this fall, The Black Effect Podcast Network is a historic joint venture partnership between iHeartMedia and Charlamagne Tha God that is positioned to become the world’s largest podcast publisher dedicated to Black listeners, bringing together the most influential and trusted voices in Black culture for stimulating conversations around social justice, pop culture, sports, mental health, news, comedy and more.

As the President of Production and Creative Development, Bishop will work directly with Charlamagne Tha God and oversee the team of producers as well as the editorial direction of the new multi-genre network including its podcast lineup and luminous roster of marquee culture-shifting voices. In addition, Bishop will assist with identifying and recruiting new creators and talent to develop limited series podcasts to support upcoming films, music releases and other related projects.  

“Dollie is a creative force who motivates and inspires people to be the very best version of themselves,” said Charlamagne. “Her creative instincts and recruiting and development skills are exactly what we need to ensure that The Black Effect Network becomes an unparalleled leader in podcasting. Dollie is a talent magnet. She brings a unique expertise that will help shape our way forward. It’s a genuine privilege to have her at the helm as we continue to grow and evolve The Black Effect Podcast Network.”

Bishop’s new position at The Black Effect Podcast Network marks her first role in the audio industry. She is an accomplished TV and events producer whose experience ranges from development to post-production, with an eye for creating innovative projects that appeal to a diverse audience. Bishop is the creator and producer of Oxygen’s 2016 hit docu-series, “Like A Boss,” which follows the assistants of some of the biggest urban media power players in Atlanta. She has worked on a wide range television formats including reality TV, docu-series, in-studio productions and live broadcasting. Her extensive production background includes having produced on “TeenNick Top 10,” a weekly roundup of the hottest music videos, the MTV Video Music Awards and MTV's hit shows “Ridiculousness” and “Wild ‘N Out.” Bishop also worked on Lifetime’s hit reality television series, “Married at First Sight.” Previously, she worked for Nick Cannon’s NCredible Entertainment, where she developed and shot pilots and sizzles; oversaw live events; and built and maintained relationships with external producers and production companies.

"I’m grateful for the opportunity to embark on this unprecedented journey with The Black Effect Podcast Network,” said Bishop. “As the head of the Network, I’m privileged to be able to give Black voices the creative and cultural freedom to speak unapologetically in a space where their voices can be real, where their creativity and talent can be rewarded, and where our listeners can be uplifted and informed, respected and appreciated. I cannot thank Charlamagne enough for his visionary leadership in this timely, critically important, history-making endeavor."

All shows on The Black Effect Podcast Network will be distributed through the iHeartPodcast Network which is home to more than 750 original podcasts. With over 225 million downloads each month, iHeartRadio is the leading podcast publisher according to Podtrac, with a substantial lead over the next largest commercial podcaster. iHeartPodcasts span every category from business, sports, spirituality and technology to entertainment, family, comedy and true crime – and everything in between – making iHeartRadio the largest publisher of podcast content in the world. iHeartPodcasts are distributed on all major podcast platforms, including the iHeartRadio app.

One of  the podcast joining The Black Effect Podcast Network is The ALL THE SMOKE podcast with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson. The new season started off with Jackson's discussion about his friendship and the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.

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