Kim Kardashian Signs Deal With Spotify For Criminal Justice Reform Podcast
Kim Kardashian, the reality star, just signed a brand new deal with Spotify in which she'll host a podcast about her efforts in the field of criminal justice reform. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is coming out with her very own series.
The outlet claims that Kim will act as both the producer and host of the podcast alongside Lori Rothschild Ansaldi, a notorious TV producer. Variety reported earlier this week that the podcast will revolve around Lori's investigation into the case of Kevin Keith, who was convicted for the murders of three people.
He was sentenced to execution in Ohio, however, his sentence was later commuted by a state governor in 2010 after new evidence cast doubt on the charges and the man's involvement.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, the podcast will focus a lot on her work in the Innocence Project, a non-profit organization created to help wrongfully convicted individuals avoid lengthy prison sentences. Moreover, Kim and The Innocence Project's goal is to help with the reformation of the criminal justice system as well.
Coincidentally, this news comes not long after Spotify and Joe Rogan revealed that they were going to work together. Reports claimed that Spotify signed a licensing deal with Joe Rogan to feature his podcast on their platform.
On the Joe Rogan Experience , the notorious podcaster said that he would continue with the show in the same way, and would also continue to retain full ownership as well. Joe also claims the show would start airing on Spotify exclusively by the ending of the year.
Fans of Kim Kardashian know that she has been incredibly vocal in the area of criminal justice reform in the United States. Thus far, the reality star has used her power and celebrity to get justice for whom she perceives to be unfairly imprisoned individuals.
Kim also debuted a brand new documentary special as well, Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project, which touched on the cases of David Sheppard, Momolu Stewart, Alexis Martin, and Dawn Jackson.