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editaudio Fall podcast slate features spicy confessions, tattoos and sage advice

editaudio Fall podcast slate features spicy confessions, tattoos and sage advice


September 19, 2023

editaudio returns with a fall slate of podcasts featuring women and non-binary hosts, including a new podcast in partnership with Cosmopolitan Magazine. The shows add to the growing roster of editaudio Original podcasts that aim to provide listeners with new ways of exploring relationships to self, gender, career and community.

Cosmo Confessions

A weekly advice podcast where host Mia Lardiere and rotating guests respond to listeners’ burning questions and relationship confessions. From managing a crush on a coworker while married, to dealing with a partner in a different tax bracket, Mia will be joined by guests like former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth and TikTok star Antoni Bumba among others for candid discussions.

Cosmo Confessions is available now on all major podcast platforms here.

The Teardown

Hosted by tattoo artist and community organizer Vegas Ink, The Teardown is an interview podcast focused on the often ignored intersections of tattooing for underrepresented artists in the industry. In the second season, Vegas reckons with the balance between art and business, and looks at ways to make the community a safer space for artists and clients.

The Teardown Season 2 launches on all major podcast platforms September 19, 2023. Listen to the series here.


Actor, comedian and writer Robin Hopkins returns for a third season of her comedic advice podcast Well…Adjusting. Each season, Robin helps guests untangle their challenges with everything from career changes and money management, to mental health and dating.

Well…Adjusting Season 3 launches on all major podcast platforms on October 10, 2023. Listen here.


About editaudio

editaudio is a full-suite podcast production company founded in Toronto, Canada by Steph Colbourn in 2012 as a direct response to the lack of diversity in the industry. The company has quickly expanded into the US and UK markets, with notable clients include NowThis News, Harper’s Bazaar, Stack Overflow, Historica Canada,The Consul General in Silicon Valley, and the Google News Initiative.




Melissa Haughton