"It's about all the things people are confronting on Tinder or on any other dating app." DTR, which stands for "define the relationship," premiered this week with an episode titled "Hey" and will run as an eight-week series with each episode focusing on a different dating-related topic.Making branded podcasts can be tricky because "no one's gonna listen to it if it feels like an ad," Rafsanjani said. " data-title = "Tinder Just Launched a Branded Podcast About Dating With Gimlet Creative" data-categories = "" data-popup = "" data-ads = "Yes" data-company = "" data-outstream = "yes" such a bare-bones message.All the chatter around dating, and more specifically online dating, now has a new podcast home.We were fortunate enough to find a great partner in Gimlet who got what we want to accomplish—telling original, relevant and compelling stories." Rafsanjani recognizes that podcasting is an intimate experience for listeners.People opt in to shows and specific episodes unlike TV audiences who often come across programming passively.“We thought there was potential for people to get together in groups and go to the theater.” However, since its inception, Love Arts has transformed into more than just a site that brings together theater enthusiasts seeking a friend for the next premiere.
To learn more about the impact Love Arts has had on bridging artists with others who understand them, we spoke with Hugh Comerford, the Managing Director of The Stage.Pew research found that between 20, the percentage of Americans aged 18 to 24 who used online dating shot from 10 to 27%, and usage doubled among those aged 55 to 64.In 2015, 41% of Americans knew someone who used online dating and 29% knew someone who met a spouse or long-term partner that way.We also reached out to Duncan Cunningham, who oversees The Dating Lab, to hear how the infrastructure his white-label company built for Love Arts provides a better online dating experience.“About four years ago, when we decided to dip a toe in the water with a dating site, it wasn’t in the strict conventional sense of people looking for a partner,” Hugh said of The Stage.