History That Doesn't Suck
History That Doesn't Suck
History That Doesn't Suck
Education, Society & Culture

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History That Doesn't Suck is a story-driven, witty, irreverent, yet academically rigorous survey of US history. Our audience is primarily in the US, with small but noteworthy international pockets in several countries, particularly Canada, the UK, Australia, and Germany. Within the US, we have a robust listener base in all 50 states.

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Podcast Information

About the Host
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Host Name: Greg Jackson
Born and bred in Southern California, Greg now calls Utah home and is a professor at Utah Valley University (UVU). He holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Utah, an M.A. in French Studies and a B.A. in history from Brigham Young University. He's taught a range of history classes (US, European, World, and Middle Eastern) at a few universities (the University of Utah, Westminster College in Salt Lake City, and now UVU). When Greg isn't researching, teaching, or podcasting, he's usually hanging with his family, cycling, rock climbing, or indulging his love of languages. Greg speaks fluent French, rusty-but-conversational Spanish, and has some working ability in Arabic and Classical Latin.
Average Episode Length
20 Minutes - 1 Hour
Twice a Month
Not limited to but including: history, comedy, stories, literature, news, politics, books, music, and video games (we've cross promoted with video game podcasts).
United States, nation wide
Social Media Reach
Description of Reach
Our show distributes on all major platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Google play, and more. We also have an international audience. Our biggest countries outside the U.S. are: Canada, U.K., Germany, Australia, and Japan.

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