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Father Dagon
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.
The Geek League of America LeagueCast
Be a part of a weekly show talking movies, TV, Marvel, Star Wars, and more! The LeagueCast is the official weekly podcast of the Geek League of America -- a team of dedicated movie, comic book, and gaming supernerds determined to rule the world! Each week, the three-man team of brothers Shawn and Jeff Carter and co-host Adam Moreau gather to review movies, discuss, and debate the latest news and rumors from the geek culture community, and spend some time with special guests! The show is designed to be both professional and the type of conversation that you'd have with your friends after seeing a great movie together. The show publishes episodes 50+ weeks per year. Each episode is about an hour long. The team is dedicated and the show publishes on a regular weekly schedule. The League has featured interviews with industry professionals and cast members from UNIVERSAL'S JURASSIC WORLD, The CW's DC'S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW, CBS's SUPERGIRL, SYFY's 12 MONKEYS, AMC's INTO THE BADLANDS, STARZ's ASH VS EVIL DEAD, ABC's MARVEL'S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., Peter Jackson's THE HOBBIT and LORD OF THE RINGS and more. Episode highlights: Seasonal movie previews (fall, summer, etc.) TV season recaps (shows like THE WALKING DEAD, THE FLASH, GAME OF THRONES, THE X-FILES, and MARVEL'S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.) "The Flash Round", where the topics are fast, random, and often nostalgic New York ComicCon coverage with interviews WHY ADVERTISE WITH US? Your brand is safe with us. Both Adam and Jeff have had experience in radio and can deliver your message in a professional and compelling manner and Shawn, well, I'm sure he'd do a great job too!
Art Attack w/ Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA
Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instance, his iconic image, The DJ, has become one of the most celebrated and reproduced prints of all time. BUA has roots in the graffiti scene in New York City, co-created and hosted the Street Art Throwdown competition series for the Oxygen Network, and has published two acclaimed books, The Beat of Urban Art and The Legends of Hip Hop, through Harper Collins. Lizy Dastin is an Art History instructor at UCLAx and Santa Monica College with a focus on contemporary art and urban practice. She has previously taught at Chapman University, The American Jewish University, Mercy College and the School of Visual Arts and has worked on curatorial projects at the Metropolitan Museum, the International Center of Photography and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Lizy, founder of street art information hub Art and Seeking, is a passionate advocate of street art and its makers and is committed to creating a digital archive of this otherwise ephemeral practice.
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