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We are pleased to announce some exciting additions to our site that will add to your reading – and listening – experience here on InDaily.

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You’ll have noticed some additional content in recent months featuring interviews by Andrew Montesi and James Begley at Rooster Radio – interviews, often provoking and candid, that have provided some of our most-read and debated stories this year.

InDaily has entered into a partnership with Rooster Radio and another exciting new podcast venture – The Message Pod, whose website launched today, led by former FIVEaa presenter Nicole Haack.

This arrangement with two locally made and SA-focussed podcast ventures will bring you additional insightful and engaging content, featuring long-form conversations with prominent and colourful South Australians from various walks of life – across politics, business, the arts, hospitality and many more.

In today’s InDaily, you can hear another side of Opposition Leader Steven Marshall as he chats to Haack over dinner, and garner an insight into the life of a professional sportsman with the man who doesn’t want to be known as the “thinking man’s cricketer”, former Test opener Ed Cowan.

And every podcast published on InDaily will be easily accessible to listen to at your leisure, by clicking on the ‘Podcasts’ icon on the navigation bar at the top of our homepage.

Podcasting is fast emerging as a fresh and important medium as journalism embraces the digital future.

We hope you enjoy the extra insight and perspective The Message Pod and Rooster Radio will continue to bring to InDaily.

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