Global success for One Minute Remaining podcast

The true crime podcast genre continues to grow with the Australian made One Minute Remaining podcast, featuring interviews with United States inmates, hitting two million downloads just nine months after its launch.

Former Australian radio host Jack Laurence speaks with inmates serving lengthy sentences in the US about their convictions for a range of different serious crimes from arson, robbery, attempted murder and murder itself. Laurence looks at the case against them and allows the inmates to tell their accounts of the events that lead up to their incarceration until there’s one minute remaining.

Laurence said:

“It’s honestly mind blowing what the show has managed to achieve in the last nine months and I couldn’t be more proud. We’ve not only created a product that people seem to be really enjoying but also a really strong loyal brand following with over 4,000 people interacting with the show in our Facebook group each week.”

One Minute Remaining reached number one on Apple’s Australian podcast charts, as well as the number one true crime show on both Apple and Spotify simultaneously at the beginning of this year. With a new episode every Tuesday and Thursday amazingly Laurence hosts, produces and edits the show with Dom Evans, Earsay’s Founder and Head of Production, his only other member of the team.

One Minute Remaining is hosted, distributed and monetised by Acast as part of the Acast Creator Network and can be heard across all podcast platforms.


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