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August 29, 2022

Stephen A. Smith Partners with Audacy's Cadence13 and Not ESPN for His "More Than Just Sports" Know Mercy Podcast

Leading premium podcast studio, Cadence13, an Audacy company, today announced that it has partnered with media giant Stephen A. Smith for his first-ever podcast, Know Mercy with Stephen A. Smith, a three-times-a-week show on which he'll bring his trademark insight and analysis and explore a wide range of topics and issues, beyond the world of sports.


On Know Mercy with Stephen A. Smith, the outspoken veteran journalist and host of ESPN's First Take will pull back the curtain and offer his unfiltered insights and perspectives on the day's headlines, including politics, entertainment, social issues, criminal justice, and business. Smith will regularly be joined on Know Mercy by a wide range of notable guests and thought leaders.


Know Mercy with Stephen A. Smith will launch on Monday, September 26, 2022, on the Audacy app and everywhere podcasts are available. Beginning September 26, new episodes will be released Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.


"It's hard to put into words how excited I am about this opportunity. Although my love for sports will never fade, neither has my zest for expanding my interest beyond the court or field of play. I love news. I love entertainment. Above all else, I love attaching myself to, and touching on, things that are percolating in the minds of the masses — with no inhibitions," said Stephen A. Smith. "Regardless of subject matter, to have the opportunity to do so with a podcast I personally own, with content I personally control, is an adventure I've waited to tackle head-on for my entire career. Well, it's here now, and I'm excited to do it with Cadence13. I'm ready. I hope everyone is, too, for what's coming. Buckle up!"





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