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The Urban Indianz Podcast
The Urban Indianz Podcast and Educated and Entertaining Look through the eyes of the modern day Native American. Hosted by everyone’s favorite natives Gabriel Night Shield, Levi Hansen, Char Green-Maximo, and Kat Stands. The Urban Indianz Podcast and will by hosted by ​three-time Native American Music Award Winner 2010 & 2014 ISMA Best Hip Hop Winner VIBE Magazine TOP 50 Unsigned Artist Gabriel Night Shield, Levi Hansen of the band Black Mask Armada, and Char Green. From Robert Mehling, producer of The Sioux Empire Podcast. The Urban Indianz Podcast will look at the issues and culture of Urban Native life. Every episode will end with a Native Hip Hop Artist Spotlight. As seen in the Washington Times, USA Today, Argus Leader, Rapid City Journal, Associated Press, and on South Dakota Public Radio. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Check Out for the most up do date news about the show. FROM USA Today: Gabriel Night Shield sees the same repeating stereotypes of Native Americans. “It’s one of the two: the drunk living in the streets,” Night Shield said. “Or the guy that’s living in the teepees.” What he doesn’t see is his story. The Sioux Falls resident, who grew up in Rosebud, is a musician, a businessman and father. Millions of other Native Americans lead similar lives, but don’t see it reflected in the media, Night Shield said. He’s taking matters into his own hands, releasing a new podcast next month to focus on the lives of Native Americans in urban settings. The “Urban Indianz” podcast will premiere June 12 with three episodes on iTunes, SoundCloud and other outlets. Night Shield, who lived in Boston and Seattle before settling in Sioux Falls 17 years ago, envisions the podcast as one with a national audience. He and his two co-hosts, Levi Hansen and Char Green-Maximo, will tackle one topic in each episode, drawing from their own lives for inspiration. STORY FROM XQ High school on a barge? How it’s reinventing the way we think about education Moving between reservations and large cities can be overwhelming for Native Americans, Night Shield said. Life away from home can be isolating, and that’s often what causes people to move back and live closer to their family. He hopes to provide them and other listeners with a new perspective on current events, and talk about what it’s like to work and raise a family in a city away from the reservation. “I feel like that voice is lost,” Night Shield said. Each episode will also have a segment on art and end with Native American hip hop. Night Shield is a music producer and locally-based rapper who has won multiple national awards. The show will be produced by the Sioux Empire Podcast Network, with a new episode every two weeks. -- USA Toda (5/24/2017) "Sioux Falls-based podcast finds 'lost' voice for Native Americans"
Bunt to the Gap
Adam and Dave from are joined by producer "Sweet" Nick to host the Bunt to the Gap Podcast, a weekly discussion about the Toronto Blue Jays and other topics in Major League Baseball. They discuss trades and acquisitions, roster moves, rumors and speculation, break down the uplifting wins and the heartbreaking losses, and preview upcoming series. There's also the occasional guest interview with baseball bloggers and writers who are much smarter than they are. If you like your Blue Jays talk backed up by stats, advanced metrics and analytics, this is the podcast for you. Our Google Analytics data suggest our listeners skew male, largely millennial (18-34), with disposable income and time to invest in a sport like baseball. 76% of visitors to are 18-44, 95% male, Due to the knowledge required of math and statistics required to understand some of the advanced statistical baseball concepts we discuss, our audience is educated. Our listeners are mostly based in Canada, and though we do have listeners in the U.S., Australia, Germany and Japan - likely ex-pats, nostalgic about their home and passionate fans of the Toronto Blue Jays. This is a team that has national appeal, and is covered by major national newspapers and networks across the country, and is very accessible to fans more so than other baseball teams that would have a more regional appeal. This is a team that has drawn as many as 12 million TV viewers in a Canadian broadcast. Bunt to the Gap is supported by a content marketing strategy, where blog posts that are syndicated to other baseball-content websites (Baseball-Reference, MLBTradeRumors, BlueJaysAggregator, etc.). This passive marketing approach drives traffic to and increases subscriptions to the podcast. Most episodes feature guest podcasters, journalists or broadcasters, some of whom have as many as 20,000 Twitter followers. They all in turn promote the episode they are featured on to their own audiences. Similarly, we also guest on other podcasts to promote the show and increase reach. Our hosts are business-savy (one is a certified accountant, the other is a marketing analyst) and understand data and demographics. Our audience is mostly male (95%), 76% between 18-44, and understand advanced statistics and complex analysis. They have disposable income and time to spend on baseball games, merchandise and products.
Gamer Talk Podcast
We provide our listeners with video game discussions, random conversations, gaming news, gamer opinions, video games old and new, gaming controversy's, advice, recommendations and detailed reviews as our main topics. Our random topics include: sports, life, world news, movies, comics, etc. We have special guests ever so often to join us on our podcasts and include them in our discussions. We record every Wednesday which means you will be able to hear our episodes every Thursday night. We target the adult audience in the video game niche but what make us stand out from the rest is we are three video game enthusiasts all with different attitude, experience, age, and lifestyles. Not only do we discuss video gaming topics but we include our everyday lives as well. With active participation from our listeners, we answer questions from our social media and emails. most of all we tastefully express our own opinions .There is a segment called what are you drinking and what have you been playing in our podcast which would work perfect for plugging a drink from a potential advertisement this is just one example. Since our show covers such diverse content this opens the spectrum of opportunity for advertisers. iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Cast Box are a few of the most popular podcast directories that we are listed in. Our numbers are growing exponentially.
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