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As a podcast production house, we apply our expertise in custom audio storytelling to produce various podcasts, featuring thought-leaders and diverse perspectives. Our clients hire us to take the concept from start to finish, including guest chasing, scripting, recording and publishing.
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Through our access to some of the best writers, editors and designers in Canada, The Walrus Lab provides best-in-class custom content in our magazine and on our website. We help make our client’s shine by telling success stories and highlighting important brand messages.
Some of our recent clients include Shaw Communications, Labatt, and TD. All of the past supplements can be found here.
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