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How Popular Podcasts 'Start Up' and 'Lore' Are Making the Unlikely Transition to TV

In a sentence that only makes sense in 2016, your favorite podcasts are becoming TV shows. As announced earlier this year, Start Up, a podcast that follows the creation of Gimlet Media, a podcast producing company, will air on ABC. While Lore, a podcast that details "real-life scary stories," is coming to Amazon. For the podcasts, it's been a rapid transition from iTunes to the small screen.
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