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Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
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Mayday is the only continuous podcast covering The Handmaid's Tale on HULU. We reach a very passionate, educated, engaged audience that is 80% plus female. They enjoy drama, comedy, sci-fi, dystopia, and romance. They are diverse and intelligent and have money to spend. Handmaid's Tale was the winner of 8 Prime Time Emmy Awards including Outstanding Drama, the first ever for a streaming service. We also leverage our audience's interest and our access to media screeners to cover other content that interests our audience. We cover everything about the show producing exciting, original content. We have a great working relationship with the HULU PR team in charge of Handmaid's Tale which provides us with access to cast, crew, and content directly from HULU. We offer a number of ways to promote your product including the podcast, social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and our website. We strive to create fun, engaging content for our audience. Content includes... - Analysis and discussion of every episode of the show during the season - Interviews with the cast and creators of the show, including Emmy Winner Ann Dowd, Yvonne Strahovski, Executive Producer & former NBC President Warren Littlefield, and Emmy Nominated Costume Designer Ane Crabtree. - Contests and giveaways such as our Handmaid's Tale Costume contest judged by Handmaid's Tale Costume Designer Ane Crabtree, giveaways of great Handmaid's Tale themed items from great designers. - Coverage of other TV shows/movies that relate to our audience including shows featuring strong female stories, casts, characters or that fit with the interests of our audience such as Alias Grace (Netflix), Godless (Netflix), Marvels Runaways (HULU), and more. We use these to continue to provide compelling content beyond Handmaid's Tale. - Constant coverage of news about the show's cast, creators, and Margaret Atwood the source novel's author. - Interviews and coverage of social justice issues with people who are making a positive impact in the world.
Arden
Ten years ago, starlet Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a clearing, and vanished - leaving behind no trace and no clues, except the unidentified torso in the trunk of her car. Now, by-the-books radio reporter Bea Casely and eccentric detective Brenda Bentley have been hired by Wheyface Industries (a most unusual corporation run by a very peculiar billionaire) to find Julie Capsom - despite the fact that their past history with the Capsom story and rivalry makes them spectacularly unsuited as cohosts, both as investigators of this particular case and as collaborators. But as they investigate from the forests of the Pacific Northwest to the dark underbelly of Hollywood to the sunny streets of Italy, Bea and Brenda slowly begin to trust each other - and perhaps feel something more, too... Arden is one of the most acclaimed independent fiction podcasts of the past year. Selected for Spotify's Editors Lists as one of the best podcasts of 2018, raved in publications such as Forbes, the AV Club, and Discover Pods, Arden also spent five straight weeks in Apple Podcasts' New and Noteworthy front-page section. It has been a genuine WOM hit, and continues to build an even stronger audience in the run-up for Season 2. See here for more details: https://www.ardenpodcast.com/reviews We are currently selling ads for Season 1 (12 episodes in release) and Season 2 (13 episodes due to be released in Q3/Q4 of this year). Our audience tends to be female, LGBTQIA+ friendly, college educated, literary, interested in true crime/mysteries, and so on. We also note that one of the most popular segments on the show (and by a considerable margin) is our Wheyface Industries ad reads. Every episode, there are one to two fake advertisements for Wheyface products (such as imitation whale song CDs and AuralEmojis - like emojis, but audio-only). These ads are huge fan-favorites, and we would be delighted to apply that creativity to real products - including having the show's characters do in-character comedic ad reads. Listen to some samples here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rUOpFUTs3snQqhB0dZJIEdkJpYmanIYM/view?usp=sharing Our audience is extremely devoted. Too, serialized shows like Arden have a long tail - even without new episodes currently releasing, we still get thousands of downloads per month as new listeners are eagerly catching up on the whole season. This will be compounded once we begin releasing Season 2.
Mark and Sarah Talk About Songs
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Praised by NPR as "the thing that's making us happy this week"***, Mark and Sarah Talk About Songs (MASTAS) features two arts and entertainment journalists -- Mark Blankenship and Sarah D. Bunting -- discussing pop songs they feel passionately about. Both Mark and Sarah are longtime music dorks who get VERY enthusiastic about everything from Salt-n-Pepa's greatest hits to Jewel's worst cultural crimes. MASTAS has reached the top 5 of the iTunes Music Podcast chart and in less than a year has been dowloaded over 100K times. Our regular episodes receive 2200 downloads in the first 60 days, and our themed episodes receive between 3000-5000 downloads in the first 60 days. Episodes of MASTAS are generally centered around a single song, though some rank every song on an album or explore a particularly theme (Christmas songs, left-y political songs, etc.) The discussions always range far and wide. No matter what, however, MASTAS remains lighthearted, and smart. Blank space weird problems with metadata. The hosts are opinionated and lively, but never snarky. MASTAS posts a new episode almost every Thursday. ABOUT THE HOSTS: Sarah D. Bunting is the co-founder of both Television Without Pity (and co-author of the TWoP book) and Previously.TV. Her website Tomato Nation has been prominent for over fifteen years, and her writing has appeared in Salon, The New York Times Magazine, and many others. Mark Blankenship is a noted theatre journalist who created and edits the magazine TDF Stages. He also has written for The New York Times (and NYT Magazine), The Village Voice, Variety, Salon, Vulture, and many others. He is the producer and director of the documentary film series Meet the Theatre, and he has appeared as a cultural commentator on CNN, The Joy Behar Show, and the CBC. In 2015, he lived the nerd dream by competing on Jeopardy! *** NPR reference occurred on the December 21, 2016 episode of the podcast Pop Culture Happy Hour. The MASTAS praise begins at 41:37.
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