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Fox News Media has added another distribution outlet for its original series podcasts. Spotify added Fox News Podcasts to its global streaming platform on Tuesday, including three new programs slated to debut in May — The Trey Gowdy Podcast, The Proud American Podcast Series and Fox Top 5.

The tie-up includes all of Fox News Podcasts’ original programs, as well as FNR’s three nationally syndicated talk shows, The Brian Kilmeade Show, Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla and The Guy Benson Show,

“Throughout these unprecedented times, Fox News Audio has become a destination for listeners to get up to the minute information, whether it’s the latest on the current coronavirus pandemic, insights from the 2020 presidential campaign or in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers,” John Sylvester, VP of Fox News Radio, said in a release. “We are pleased to partner with Spotify, offering their millions of subscribers worldwide access to our best in class content.” 

Spotify joins iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Player FM, Podcast Republic, Apple podcasts and others in distributing Fox News podcasts. Its podcast lineup includes Fox News Radio’s Five Minute Newscast; I’ll Tell You What, hosted by The Daily Briefing and The Five’s Dana Perino and Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt; and The Campaign, hosted by chief political anchor and Special Report’s Bret Baier. The Fox News Rundown Podcast: Global Pandemic, a newly launched weekday-evening podcast dedicated to the latest updates surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak anchored by Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst, will also be featured in Spotify’s COVID-19 Podcast Guide.

On Tuesday, May 5, FNR will debut two new podcast programs, The Proud American Podcast Series hosted by combat veteran Johnny Joey Jones and The Trey Gowdy Podcast with former four-term congressman Trey Gowdy. The following Tuesday (May 12), FNR will premiere the Fox Top 5 podcast, bringing together different pairs of Fox News personalities as co-hosts each week to discuss their favorite things, from family traditions to movies. 

Fox News Radio was the No. 18 podcast publisher in March, according to Podtrac.