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Mad About Movies Podcast
Each week, Mad About Movies takes a humorous, in-depth look at the biggest theatrical new releases and discusses the pressing movie news, rumors, and rumblings. Whereas so many movie podcasts cater exclusively to pretentious cinephiles or angry fanboys, Mad About Movies has found the happy medium wherein all parties can find something to enjoy. We have a proven record (over 450 episodes) of providing consistent, professional content each week that appeals to both hardcore film buffs and casual movie goers alike. Mad About Movies has been featured on iTunes (on both the front page and the podcast page) numerous times and while we've had our fair share of special guests over the years, we see the respectful exchange of ideas between our three hosts as the real value to our brand and our listeners tend to agree. Our show has built a strong, vocal following both in terms of downloads and social media interaction, and our listeners value our opinions. We have an international audience as well due in part to our appearances on CTV News in Canada and a weekly segment on Talksport radio in the UK. All of our reviews are fair and honest, there's no arguing for the sake of having an argument or parading false ideas that will garner attention and as such, we have built-in trust from our listeners when we endorse a product or company. We've had very successful ad campaigns with big brands in the past (from Blue Apron and ZipRecruiter to FX and Loot Crate) and we're always happy to leverage our social media following and newsletters to promote our advertisers as well.
Literary Disco
Writers talk about reading. Hosted by Tod Goldberg, Julia Pistell, and Rider Strong. ***Show is bi-weekly, posting every other Tuesday. Listed reach is per episode*** The show is part of the Lit Hub Radio network, which reaches over 1MM downloads per month across over 15 podcasts. The network is also integrated on the Lit Hub website with a player widget; the site reaches over 3MM readers per month, and all episodes are published as an editorial feature as well as promoted across its social channels (1MM+ reach) and daily newsletters (200,000+ subscribers). About the hosts: Rider Strong After being cast as Gavroche in Les Miserables at nine years old, Rider Strong began a career that has lasted two decades and spanned a variety of genres and formats. He became best known in his teens for Boy Meets World, which ran for seven seasons on ABC. At 20, Rider secured his place in the independent film world by starring in Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever. He’s been covered in blood for a slew of horror and thriller films since. Back on stage, he starred as Benjamin Braddock in both the First US National Tour and the Australian productions of The Graduate. Along with his brother, Rider has written and directed three short films that have played over 60 festivals worldwide and won both audience and juried awards at multiple fests. The pair also created an award-winning spec campaign commercial in support of Barack Obama that became the first political ad to air on Comedy Central. They now write and direct television and film. Rider graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University and received his M.F.A. in Fiction & Literature from Bennington College. Follow Rider on Twitter @riderstrong. Tod Goldberg is the New York Times & international best-selling author of over a dozen books, including the novels Gangster Nation, Gangsterland, which was a finalist for the Hammett Prize, The House of Secrets, which he co-authored with with New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer, and Living Dead Girl, finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, as well as the the popular Burn Notice series. His work has been published in over a dozen countries. His essays, journalism, and criticism have appeared in numerous publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Review of Books, & Wall Street Journal, among many others, and have earned five Nevada Press Association Awards for excellence. His essay “When They Let Them Bleed” was selected for Best American Essays 2013 and in 2016, Tod was awarded the Silver Pen Award by the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame. Tod Goldberg holds an MFA in Creative Writing & Literature from Bennington College and directs the Low Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts at the University of California, Riverside.He lives in Indio, CA with his wife, the writer Wendy Duren. His next book, Death of a Gangster, the concluding volume in the Gangsterland trilogy, will be released in Fall 2020. Follow Tod on Twitter @todgoldberg. Julia Pistell is a writer, actor, and public relations expert in Hartford, Connecticut. She has worked in many places around the world, including but not limited to: a hairdresser’s in Atonsu, Ghana; a preschool and university in Dongying, China; a mobile bookstore in Manhattan; a dogwalking collective in Harlem; a library in the South Bronx — and now she is the Director of Writing Programs at The Mark Twain House & Museum. A freelance writer, Julia created the Syllable Reading Series and hosts Literary Disco, a podcast about books and reading. Every year she plays a squirrel in Night Fall, and she was selected as one of Mystic Seaport’s 38th Voyagers on the historic whaleship the Charles W. Morgan. She has written an essay for NPR and is currently a contributor to WNPR.org and The Beaker Blog. One of the founding members of Sea Tea Improv, Julia is also in the Advanced Study program at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She has performed in hundreds of improv shows across the United States and is one of the company’s most frequent teachers and coaches. As the Manager of Community Relations, Julia has put together workshops and shows for the homeless, Alzheimer’s caregivers, teenagers, corporate executives, artists, and everyone in between. Follow Julia on Twitter @echochorus.
The Prancing Pony Podcast - Tolkien & Middle-earth
Our podcast is an entertaining and informative discussion of Professor Tolkien’s legendarium. Each week, we walk our listeners through Tolkien’s Middle-earth legendarium a few pages at a time, but in a unique style filled with self-effacing humor, hilarious pop culture references, and the occasional awful pun. We even provide hilarious outtakes and gag reels for our listeners to enjoy, and we do video events via Facebook Live on occasions important to Tolkien fans worldwide. Finally, we've also dedicated several episodes to interviews with noted Tolkien scholars, including Tom Shippey, Verlyn Flieger, John Garth, Corey Olsen and more. Speaking of growth, we’ve seen steady and continued growth month after month, and our old episodes are truly 'evergreen', still receiving a large number of downloads even nearly three years after release. We have a very connected and engaged audience that is active in our social media space (especially Facebook), and they feel very connected to us as individuals because of our involvement in the Tolkien community. We have over 200 patrons who are committed to contributing to the show -- this is a podcast that creates dedicated listeners! We were also recently special guests at a large Tolkien convention/conference, where we broadcast a live episode from their main event room. We've also been invited to record an episode in front of a live audience at Tolkien 2019 in Birmingham (UK), a worldwide Tolkien conference with many top scholars in the field.
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