Maria Williams appointed first Podcast Editor at Bauer

Bauer Media has appointed former BBC and Wisebuddah producer Maria Williams as Podcast Editor.

In this newly created role, Maria will be responsible for enhancing Bauer Media’s podcast portfolio which includes Q Presents: The Making Of, The MOJO Innovators, Clyde 1 SuperScoreboard and The Frank Skinner Show podcast.

She will also oversee the creation of original formats with Bauer Media’s in-house team of digital audio experts.

Maria has previously held a number of roles at the BBC. She launched Saturday Live, was Deputy Editor of Woman’s Hour and made programmes for both Radio 1 and Radio 2.

In addition, she was Head of Programmes at Wisebuddah and Head of Development at Loftus Media where her projects included Clarke Peters‘ Black Music in Europe: A Hidden History.

Maria is founder of Sound Women and she was awarded a Radio Academy fellowship in 2014.

Commenting on the appointment, Digital Content Director Brett Spencer said: “Maria brings a depth of knowledge and experience to Bauer Media at an exciting time for podcasts. Consumer interest is growing in the power of sound, offering advertisers highly engaged, high quality audiences”.

Maria Williams commented: “I’ve long been a fan of Bauer’s iconic publishing brands and radio stations, so I’m genuinely thrilled to get to work with people I admire, creating original new podcasts and further developing our existing offerings”.

Maria will report into Brett Spencer.

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  1. Pedant O Booze says

    “report into” – more corporate jargon born out of the need to make things sound far more important than they truly are. You don’t report “into” someone, you report “to” them.

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