“Podcasting is constantly broadening the scope of what it can encompass,”More
Want to compare real-life mafia-boss Frank Costello with fictional Don Vito Corleone from The Godfather? Want to dig into the similarities of John Wayne Gacy and Stephen King’s It? Or maybe you are just emotionally spent after listening to an episode on the latest abduction covered by your favorite true-crime podcast,Read More
There’s more to music than making music. There’s more to podcasting than broadcasting a show. When it comes down to it, both are about running a business and building an audience. It’s no different for Darren Bruce, executive producer of The DJ Sessions, a Seattle-based podcast and livestream that features electronic musicRead More
Neil Hughes was driven to pick up the microphone by a yearning to connect with people beyond the keyboard. With over four million article views, thousands of shares, and more than 50,000 readers a month on LinkedIn, Neil wanted to engage with fans of his writing in a unique and meaningful way.Read More
It has often been said that some of the funniest people on the planet regularly battle feelings of depression—that comedians use humor to validate their sense of self-worth via the laughter they inspire. It gives them a sense of purpose. In fact, according to one source, “… 80% of comedians with depressionRead More
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Every now and then, it’s nice to have a quick, short fiction podcast to listen to. Barren, a horror podcast, is one such show. Each of the six episodes is less
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When Not Real Art co-hosts Man One and Scott Power came together, they brought with them a wide variety of experience and various levels of attainment in the visual communication space. Coming