I led Tuesday’s newsletter with Graham Holdings spinning Pinna, the kids-focused on-demand audio app, out from Panoply into its own standalone company. It was a fairly straightforward piece, but it was pretty lean in detail. Good thing, then, that the new company was able to get back to me on a couple of things.
This morning, Graham Holdings announced that Pinna, the kids programming-focused paid listening service that was originally launched in 2017 under the Panoply umbrella, is being spun out into a standalone company. The new entity will be led by CEO Maggie McGuire, a veteran of children-focused media divisions. Previously, McGuire held executive positions at Scholastic, Viacom’s […]
What happened to Pinna, Panoply’s kids-oriented paid podcast platform, after the Panoply layoffs? Unclear, but they’re still making stuff.