Lez Hang Out | A Lesbian Podcast
Lez Hang Out
Lez Hang Out | A Lesbian Podcast
TV, Sexuality

Reach
Estimated number of downloads on average each episode receives within the first 30 days of airing.

1,758

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Description

Lez Hang Out is an LGBTQ+ focused podcast hosted by two bi-coastal lesbians in the heart of Boston and San Francisco. Lez Hang Out episodes include interviews with leading queer women including the founder of HER, Karen Knox and Gwenlyn Cumyn, the writers and stars of Barbelle, the co-founders of Dapper Tomboy and the co-founders of Clexacon and most recently LGBT ally, Shelley Regner from the Pitch Perfect series. From February to March, our listener base grew by 235% and we anticipate that growth to continue. We have been featured on LOGO's New Now Next, IntoGirls and the HER blog as the top LGBTQ podcasts of 2018.

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About the Host
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Lez Hang Out is an LGBTQ+ focused podcast hosted by two bi-coastal lesbians in the heart of Boston and San Francisco. Lez Hang Out episodes include interviews with leading queer women including the founder of HER, Karen Knox and Gwenlyn Cumyn, the writers and stars of Barbelle, the co-founders of Dapper Tomboy and the co-founders of Clexacon and most recently LGBT ally, Shelley Regner from the Pitch Perfect series. From February to March, our listener base grew by 235% and we anticipate that growth to continue. We have been featured on LOGO's New Now Next, IntoGirls and the HER blog as the top LGBTQ podcasts of 2018.
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Weekly on Mon
Interests
TV, Film, Music, LGTBQ, Comedy
Social Media Reach
3,400
Description of Reach
Our show distributes on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, RadioPublic, and more. With every ad spot ordered, we’ll promote you on our extra social media channels for no charge. This includes 2 tweets on our Twitter account ( 809 followers) and 1 post on our Instagram Page (3,235 followers).

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