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Gama con Diego Ramirez
Gama es un espacio para poder apreciar las diferentes corrientes de nuestra lengua hispana en lo que concierne a la música moderna Rock N Español, Pop, Indie, Electronica, Punk, Electro Pop y mucho mas. En nuestro Podcast contamos con la participacion de diversos invitados que tienen que ver con la industria , desde bandas, productores, Dj’s, solistas, criticos y presentadores entre otros. Nos hemos convertido en un Podcast donde, desde un punto analitico podemos observar y hablar los diferentes cambios que ha tenido la musica a lo largo de los anos. En Gama se visualiza y se opina. También apoyamos y promocionamos todo el movimiento under de grupos y músicos que no cuentan con la difusión y ayuda de sellos disqueros, al igual biografías de los grupos y solistas que han hecho historia a lo largo de los años. Somos una ventana para mostrarle al mundo las diferentes Gamas que nuestra cultura Hispana tiene.
The IntelleXual Podcast
The IntelleXual Podcast brings together creatives from all walks of life to discuss in a casual and relaxed manner just about anything! Anything goes when you get creative people together in a room and allow them to talk about their passions! Join us for these lively discussions hosted by award winning filmmaker David S. Dawson and his co-hosts Whitney Wegman, Steven Schwartz and Mark Atkinson.
Two Artsy Gals
Two Artsy Gals is a conversational, lighthearted, and informative podcast covering all things mixed media art, crafts, and more. Oh... and we swear a lot. Our goal is to make trying new art techniques and products less intimidating by being real about arts and crafts. Hosts Katie and Loni talk about mixed media arts and crafts just like they do when there aren’t microphones in their faces and hope their humor makes listeners feel at home with their topics. We would promote businesses by doing ad breaks in the show and listing sponsors in the episode descriptions.
The Dave Bullis Podcast
A podcast covering all aspects of the film & tv industry from screenwriting to directing to crowdfunding to distribution. Every week I interview a working professional and discuss everything from how they got started to advice to their latest projects. With over 100 episodes and no signs of stopping, The Dave Bullis Podcast, has been named, 'One of the best Indie Filmmaking Podcasts' by Mentorless, Indie Film Academy, and Podbean. The show was named, 'Podcast of the Week' by Podbean, and 'Show of the Week' by Podern Family. Have a film to promote? Maybe a new piece of gear you'd like me to test and review? Need extra promotion on your crowdfunding campaign? I can help! I've built a very loyal fanbase of filmmakers, and film enthusiasts ranging from the working professional to the 'weekend warriors'. My show has been called, 'WTF Podcast' meets 'The Nerdist'.
Tales From The Flip-Side: The Podcast
Tales From The Flip-Side is a weekly arts and culture podcast (syndicated on the Dieselpunk Podcast Network) and video cast (on YouTube.com). Our audience is made up of men and women age 18 - 35 interested in sci-fi, fantasy, gaming and comic book pop culture. Our target market reaches your target market. Our current list of affiliates and sponsors includes Audible, Magic Subscription Box, Go Games & Calendars, Blue Microphones, and Empower Sound. John Pyka Productions has found success in a niche market by creating live and digital entertainment for audiences in the “geek culture” community. The biggest reason to partner with a popular content producer like John Pyka Productions is a simple truth that is very visible: Geek is “in.” With the television and film market dominated by genre fare ranging from horror to fantasy, science fiction to comic books, the undeniable reality is that the geeks have inherited the earth. It is a Culture that deeply values the social connections and community events which bring them together for deeper exploration of the subjects they hold dear. This segment is highly influenced by the “buzz” within their circles, regarding choices of any kind: food and drink, technology, vehicles, home goods and more. There is a core value of fan community support which carries a lot of weight within “geek circles.” Those businesses and groups who support them tend to become “a part of the tribe,” and are remembered when otherwise mundane consumer choices are presented. Whether a small independent operation, or a national corporation, participation in “geek culture” event entertainment makes an impact in penetration across this consumer group. As recently highlighted by the staggering box office success of the comic book films, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and the Star Wars Saga, fans of genre fare are hardly limited to a specific age group or class. Fandom reaches into every age, income, and racial spectrum. Getting in touch with fans directly through the entertainment they consume is a key opportunity for an impression beyond the next video rental or publication purchase, transcending into cars, homes, business services and beyond.
Publish Me! is a process podcast discussing the mechanics and strategy behind writing, editing, designing, marketing, and publishing books. In this first edition, we follow the process of writing and publishing of The Will of the Magi by Paul Dickinson Russell. This fantasy epic has just finished writing, and we are now welcoming guests to discuss editing, cover design, promotional events, and marketing strategy. Advertising segments are available preroll, midroll, and postroll, with promotion on our podcast's Facebook page and twitter feed.
The Imperfect Podcast
The Imperfect Podcast features weekly interviews with actors, film makers, writers, musicians and creative talent. Our audience is comprised of indie film makers, film enthusiasts and indie film supporters. Our goal is to showcase their talent and help them tell their stories and journey through the entertainment industry so that others can learn from their experiences. Our guest list has consistently improved with bigger names in the industry each week and even bigger names to come later this year. Podcasts are released on Monday evenings and include a full recap on our website. We also create a short teaser video for every episode that is distributed on twitter, facebook and instragram with a link to our blog that features all of the content distribution channels such as iTunes, SoundCloud & YouTube. We also produce a segment called Hollywood Know How once per month where we showcase film gear or demonstrate how to create a movie effect on a budget. It is distributed through our website and social platforms but not iTunes or Soundcloud.
Reel Hooligans brings movie critics, filmmakers, and movie fans together to drink beer and talk about movies. Hosted by KC film critic Tim English and his loyal sidekick, David Cain, the Reel Hooligans is a two hour ride in which a 2-4 member panel review the latest movies, debate current movie news and trailers, embark on wild investigative adventures (including proving that Jeremy Renner plays the same character in every movie), and play original games created for each episode. Our reach extends around the world, including Italy, Spain, Australia, Canada. Our listeners are teenaged males, to a diverse following of males and females into their 40s and up. We have fun. We get rowdy. But we provide an unique perspective on movies and tv with our diverse cast of Hooligans and Hooligals.
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