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Cinema Royale is the official podcast of national film critic, Travis Hopson, a voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and a top reviewer on Rotten Tomatoes. The show features the latest in movie reviews and news featuring critics from all around the country, and interviews with some of the hottest stars in Hollywood. Previous guests have included Lupita Nyong'o, Jason Bateman, Kenneth Lonergan, Steve Coogan, Marlon Wayans, Jenny Slate, Nate Parker, and many more. As a home for movie lovers of all stripes, Cinema Royale is a place to turn to get information on your movie out to a wider audience eager for content. Trailers, interviews, our audience wants it all, and presented by a knowledgeable host, which Cinema Royale has. Also, our audience consists of a large number of listeners who are into movie collectibles and merchandise. If you have a movie coming on DVD/Blu-Ray, or have movie-related merchandise our audience will be interested in learning about those, as well.
Passers-by is a podcast where Matthew McDonough collects stories from people he meets. Matthew believes that each and every random person on the the street, or in traffic, or waiting in line at the bank has a story to tell. In recording and curating these narratives, Matthew hopes to allow the listener the opportunity to relate to the guest on a level deeper than just passing them by.
We are a group of four classy ladies and one token dude who love to watch and review horror movies. We are a bi-weekly podcast and usually release our new episodes on Sundays. When we aren't reviewing either the newest theatrical release or newest title in the indie-horror genre, we also record episode recaps for American Horror Story (when it's in an active season) as well as smaller/shorter movie reviews called "Bloodlust Bites." In addition to the podcast, we post written reviews, horror news, and other relevant content on our website. Connecting with fans and listeners is a huge part of what we do and we strive to connect with as many fans of horror as we can. We bring a solid amount of sarcasm and humor to the world of horror movie reviews and our subject matter and discussions are great for horror newbies as well as seasoned vets. There's something for everyone on The Bloodlust!
Reel Crime - The Movie Sleuth Podcast
Reel Crime is a cutting edge, all encompassing, weekly podcast that discusses the state of film. Features include topics such as horror, movie music, genre news and reviews, interviews with people from the industry, and a great sense of humor. Reel Crime is an offshoot of the independent spoiler free web location, The Movie Sleuth, named the best movie site in Detroit by CBS.com in 2015. Reel Crime is published weekly (Wednesdays) and is rapidly gaining momentum. In just a short time, we've gone from 0 to over (sometimes) 2000 downloads per episode. The Movie Sleuth publishes all podcasts to our over 5000 followers on Twitter and nearly 30,000 on FB as well as various other social platforms such as Reddit, Stumbleupon, Google+, and many many more. All podcasts are published to our front page as well, where we;re currently hitting 300,000 unique IPs and almost half a million page views a month. Our site and brand is growing rapidly. Let us help build your brand, product or business as we continue to grow.
Tony the Movie Guy Podcast
Tony The Movie Guy takes deep dives into all different movie genres and movie topics and interviews various guests from all different corners of the film industry. The podcast is a conversation! It's fun, lively and full of great content for making lists for your movie nights and getting interesting views from guests such as directors, actors, costume designers and make up artists! Our audience are movie lovers and general podcast fans. We have a fan base that is predominately female age 20-40 and mostly from the USA and UK.
Creative South Podcast
The Creative South Podcast focuses on the “people” behind the design. The best way for us to do that is to talk to people and listen to them share their stories. Not necessarily the stories you hear from the stage, but ones you get when you actually have a conversation with someone. We want to have conversations not only with the presenters and people hosting workshops but the vendors and attendees. We also want to talk to other creative people, not just the designers, illustrators, and photographers, but the developers, writers, musicians, comedians, chefs and anyone else that uses their creative talent. It's not about being from the South, that's just where we live! If you have suggestions for guests or questions about the show, please reach out to us on Twitter @creativesouthga or @creativesopod, or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. #Hugnecks
Selector Radio Show
Dub Techno weekly podcast mixed by Joaquin Jimenez. You can listen to Joaquin’s Selector Radio Show each week on radio stations around the world and Mixcloud where it’s currently ranked among the top radio shows each week, or get it automatically on your portable device as a podcast on iTunes. You can promote music related products, electronic festivals, instruments and your own music.
The Dave Attwood Show
Focused on the world of magic The Dave Attwood Show is hosted by two professional magicians (Dave Attwood and Steve Hignett) and features interviews with the top names in the magic industry and related world of entertainment. Our audience skews towards males in the 18-40 age range. We will promote business with ads read live during the podcast or can feature prerecorded ads if prefered.
SunDown Audio Theater
Hey everyone, I'm Karl Baedeker, producer/writer for SunDown Audio Theater. This show is a serialized audio drama bringing to life original, fictional stories in suspense and mystery genres. Each episode is left on a cliff-hanger to compel listeners to tune in for the next episode. Each season covers a different story to avoid becoming stale. I'd love to promote your brand by using myself or another member of our talented cast to personally tell our listeners about your company, product, service, podcast, etc. This is a brand new show showing rapid growth, and I'd love for sponsors/advertisers to get in early right here on the ground floor. Launched in October, we've reached 2,700 downloads by November across 2 episodes (and 2 teasers); this is guaranteed to increase. The show can be heard through most major podcast channels (e.g. iTunes, Spreaker, Stitcher, etc.). It is promoted every day of the week through social media platforms such as Twitter and various Reddit podcast communities.
The Peer Pleasure Podcast
After touring for most of his formative years with Anatomy of a Ghost, The Burning Room, and Portugal the Man, Dewey Halpaus is bringing stories and conversations to the content creators medium of podcasting with The Peer Pleasure Podcast. Dewey sits down with a wide variety of interesting folks from musicians and producers to managers, photographers, and pornstars. If there is a story to tell, whether serious or hilarious, you will find it here.
The Segilola Salami Show
The Segilola Salami Show is a weekly podcast show set in a virtual cafe about books and publishing. New episodes are released every Tuesday morning. The aim of the show is to be: 1) educational, motivational and inspiring but in an entertaining way 2) a discovery platform for new books, authors and service providers Segilola Salami is the host of The Segilola Salami Show. Segilola is an author, freelance writer and blogger living in London, UK. The Segilola Salami Show is widely distributed and available in directories like Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, iTunes, TuneIn and Player FM to name a few. Since the show was first released in 2016, the show has seen year on year growth in the number of listeners it has and it is forecasted to see even more growth in 2019. Listeners follow the show because they enjoy the informal discussion and love learning new things related to books. Segilola Salami is active on Twitter with over 8000 followers. All podcast episodes are actively promoted on Twitter (and Facebook). Segilola has a mailing list with over 1000 subscribers and they all get an email when a new episode is released. Each podcast episode is downloaded on average 500 times within the first 30 days of release. Please note that this is unique downloads only (some episodes have been downloaded up to 3600 unique times). November 2018, the show was downloaded a total of 5000 times. December 2018 is expected to have similar total download numbers too. The show currently has ads by the show's hosting company. October 2018, there were over 10,000 ad impressions. This was the same in November too. Going by these historical figures, I can guarantee that ads on my podcast will get at least 10,000 impressions in any 30 day period. Segilola Salami's blog's RSS feed has over 1 million subscribers, so if needed, text ads can be placed here too.
Father Dagon is a serial fiction podcast based on the works of famous weird fiction author, HP Lovecraft. Written by Victoria Snaith, produced by Dread Falls Theatre, and original soundtrack by Seesar. Season One consisted of six episodes which were released twice monthly from April 2017. Season Two has been extended to ten episodes, released on 1st and 15th of the month, starting June 2018. Our show has received a respectable number of downloaders and listeners since being released last year, and according to the statistics; we are still attracting new audiences almost a year later. Reviews have shown a large proportion of listeners enjoyed the podcast, especially the musical element, and would like a second season. We have attracted a small, but loyal Patreon following also. We have spoken with a selection of our listenership and inspected our statistics from Libsyn, YouTube and Soundcloud and have identified that our audience is split evenly between males and females. They are between the ages of 25 and 50. The females are interested in audiobooks, storytelling, and theatre. The males are more interested in horror, boardgames and RPG. There is crossover between the gender's interests however. We are actively seeeking sponsors for Season Two, and would like to offer a pre-roll spot, a mid-roll spot, and a post-roll spot. We are not just interested in talking about sponsors, but creating an on-going relationship which will drive traffic to the sponsors company through codes, giveaways, competitions, etc.
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