Insider Podcast, investigative & fiction podcasts
Insider Podcast is the first investigative and fiction podcast production company in France. It was created in 2019 by Adele Humbert and Emilie Denetre.
We investigate and narrate long-form non-fiction and fiction stories over multiple episodes in French and in English.
Our financing plan is transparent: each investigation is sponsored by one or several selected sponsors with no collusion with the story.
If you are interested in creating your own podcast, let’s work together. We also offer to bring our expertise in developing podcast concepts and co-productions with other media outlets.
Adele Humbert, cofounder
Adele Humbert is a journalist and podcast producer based in Paris. After her graduation at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, she worked at the Medill Justice Project, a center of investigative journalism, where she investigated potential wrongful convictions. She produced "Shaken", an award-winning audio piece that delves into shaken-baby syndrome case of teenage mother in Michigan. Shaken was awarded ‘best single episode podcast’ at the 2017 EPPY Awards and at the Lisagor Awards ceremonies.
Back to France, she investigated the “Paradise Papers” at Radio France in collaboration with the International Consortium of investigative journalists. She co-produced “The Little returnees”, with Emilie a three-episode investigative podcast on French children taken to Syria by their radicalised parents. The podcast was awarded ‘Best podcast of the year’ at the 2018 French-German Award ceremony and nominated at the Prix Europa and Prix Longueur d’Ondes 2018.
Emilie Denètre, cofounder.
Emilie Denètre started her career as a local and foreign news reporter at Europe 1, in Paris. She left her job to work as a freelance journalist on in-depth stories for several print magazines and newspapers. She investigated war trauma on French soldiers in Central African Republic after the French military intervention “Operation Sangaris”. Her work was published in Le Point Afrique.
After the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, Emilie specialised in stories related to radicalisation. She co-produced the award winning podcast series “The Little Returnees” with Adele Humbert.
Emilie studied ethnology and history and she graduated with a Master in Journalism in Lille, France (Ecole de Journalisme de Lille).