How Do You Podcast?

Last month, in Part One of this series, we asked our hand-chosen, esteemed true-crime panelists our first question: Why do you “true crime?”  In case you missed it, the panel discussed how

Why do You “True Crime”?

There has been an ongoing discussion and desire within Podcast Magazine® for months now about going a little deeper in our discovery. The Beyond the Microphone features are great, but what if

A Faith-Based True-Crime Podcast?

With the holidays upon us, many of us look deeper at our faith… even calling upon it. For podcasters in the True Crime Category, though, doing so can be a bit more

Letting the Story tell Itself

If you Google “podcast categories,” you’ll invariably be provided a link that, when clicked, reveals a list. It will almost certainly be one that is based upon the segmentation provided by Apple

‘I Want The Audience To Feel’

Is the world predominantly good with pockets of evil, or evil with sprinkles of good here and there? I’m just a civilian, but with the work I do in the law-enforcement community

Making a Podcast can be Messy!

What happens when one of the primary suspects in a murder case pleads guilty in the middle of the production of season two of your podcast that is solely based on that

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