This American President delves into the lives and legacies of U.S. presidents through long form stories and interviews. The podcast is apolitical and nonpartisan, mostly focusing on historical figures and events, not current events or living presidents. Since the podcast is apolitical, there are fans across the political spectrum, many who admire the even handed approach to the subject matter. The feature episodes are story-driven narratives written and hosted by Richard Lim. Feature episodes usually focus on one president, a period in a president's administration, or an event that spans multiple presidencies. These episodes include clips of real recordings from public speeches, radio and tv broadcasts, and even private telephone conversations. Feature episodes typically range from 45 minutes to 90 minutes in length, with multiple mid-roll opportunities.
This American President also regularly has guests that include historians, authors, and people who have worked closely with presidents before such as General Michael Hayden who served under presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Interview episodes typically range from 45 minutes to 60 minutes in length, with at least one mid-roll opportunity.
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The majority of the audience is male, with 66% male.
The median age of the audience is about 35 years old. The age break down is:
The vast majority of the audience is in the United States (>90%).
About the Host
Host Name: Richard Lim
Ever since he was a kid, Richard has been studying about the life and times of American presidents. His passion for history led him to the Washington, DC-area and to positions at the White House and, later, at Mount Vernon.