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Hayti, the leading Black-owned news aggregation app that pulls content solely from Black publishers, has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the largest source of podcasts led by Black hosts. The app has expanded its reach to more than 2,000 Black podcasters, cementing its reputation as a one-stop platform for the Black community’s media consumption needs. (Photo credit: Depositphotos)

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Hayti’s CEO, Cary Wheelous, launched the app as a news aggregator, but the expansion into podcasts is critical to meeting the needs of its target audience. Recent studies show that 62% of Black podcast listeners listen to podcasts for exposure to hosts that look and sound like them.

Hayti’s newly added podcast section on the app makes it easier for users to find, listen, share, and save podcasts from their favorite Black podcasters.

“Launching the podcast section of the app was so important to me because I want everyone, no matter their preference of news, to find a home at Hayti,” says Wheelous.

Hayti is the first mobile app to feature over 200 Black publishers on Android and iOS and the first Black-owned mobile app to feature over 2,000 Black podcasters on Android and iOS.

Hayti is available for free download for iPhones from Apple’s App Store and for Android phones from Google Play Store. The platform was developed to influence and disrupt the mainstream conversation around Black culture and lifestyle by providing news and information from solely Black content creators all in one place.

Named after a historic North Carolina city that served as a hub for Black entrepreneurship, Hayti provides up-to-date news coverage featuring content aggregated from Black content creators worldwide.

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