HowStuffWorks and USA Today Network are pushing new podcasts - but in different beats. Cracked.com founder Jack O'Brien is joining HowStuffWorks to expand into comedy podcasts, while USA Today Networkis teaming with investigative journalist Robin Amer on a long-form podcast called 'The City' to cover different metros in the U.S.
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