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Perlocution Podcast – turning idle chatter into thoughts that matter. Jeni Mc & White Boi give commentary on society, culture, and entertainment. Perlocution – An act of speaking or writing that has an action as its aim but that in itself does not affect or constitute the action, for example persuading or convincing.
A Moment in Time: A Podcast Story Series
Join us each week as different people share a part of their life, culture or overall adventure! We will promote your show/ad in either the beginning, mid, or end of the podcast during one of the transitions. 15-30 sec spots will be added in and be aired as "presented by", "brought to you by" or "featured by" The podcast also has reach to countries all over the world.
The Reformed High School Misfits Podcast
We're a table of 30-somethings that are exploring our own unique adult experiences in Minneapolis, MN. We met via improv classes and are using this great opportunity to share our lives and make each other (and hopefully, you) laugh along the way! Our audience is us: Other 30-somethings, probably with some kind of a goal they want to achieve, or a dream they're tinkering with -- those who take time to laugh, but also to think deeper about their lives and how they got to where they are. We're interested in working with businesses that we ourselves use! We're all consumers, and when we like something, we're not quiet about it.
Tight Top Five
Two Los Angeles comedians who create top five lists on a variety of topics ranging from light and whimsical to extremely heartfelt stories about their lives. Lauri Roggenkamp has toured the country and was at Montreal's Just For Laugh's Fresh Faces in 2015. Colin Hughes has toured the country and festivals including Moontower in Austin in 2016. The duo do not always have guests but will mix in guests from time to time. They would use their format to seamlessly tie ads into what they already do. They would write top 5 lists for the products, if that is desired. Both have extensive sales and marketing backgrounds so the ads will be done professionally and be taken very seriously.
The Entrepreneurial You
The Entrepreneurial You is a podcast for passionate and dedicated entrepreneurs seeking inspiration. Each week a global high impact entrepreneur is featured to motivate and inspire our community of #PeakPerformers. Our guests include Seth Godin, John Lee Dumas, JV Crum III, Michael Pryor, Amy Porterfield, Chris Ducker, Michael O'Neal, Malcolm MJ Harris Our lisetners are 25-44 year olds who are either in business or have an idea to launch. Their education range fro high scool to having a Bachelor's Degree. They are mainly female. I will promote on the podcast, social media nad traditional media when I make appearances.
Don't Wake The Kids
A dad only gets so much time to talk to his friends about the things he enjoys (or hates). This is that time. This is a multi-format show where either Randall sits down with a friend to either discuss all things movies, music, TV, news, and whatever else may come up, run through a few segments with a guest, or solo shows where Randall tells stories. Special episodes include interviews with entertainment industry professionals!...All while trying not to wake the kids!
The Bed Post Podcast
The Bed Post Podcast is a Toronto-based sex and sexuality podcast, where host Erin Pim invites guests into her bedroom to have open conversations, debunk stigma, and offer insights about sex. Erin Pim is a published author, writer (vice.com), presenter and public speaker in the field of sex and sexuality. She is a burlesque performer, adult sales associate, and the host and producer of the wildly successful The Bed Post, Toronto's Only Sex & Sexuality Variety Show. She uses her in-depth experience in educating and entertaining in the field of sex to host The Bed Post Podcast. Guests of the podcast include sex educators, sex workers, comedians, as well as everyday people whose experiences with sex and sexuality are equally interesting, informative, and hilarious. Erin reveals all in her podcast, do you think she would hold back when promoting your business? The answer is no, no she wouldn't.
Legendary Radio DJ Chris Caggs Now on Shakedown Radio “As the music industry develops, DJs are soaring to the top of the entertainment list. Headlining major concerts, festivals and a range of events, DJ’ing is more popular than ever and Chris Caggs is leading the way” If you are in any major city around the world, headlining major concerts, festivals just to name a few, DJs are at the top of the music world in our modern society. You don’t just go to nightclubs and parties to watch DJs perform. Chris Carragher, known as Chris Caggs, is continuing to take on the Australian music scene and is hitting the Australia radio industry by storm. Thanks to his loyal listeners who can’t get enough of Chris’ unique broadcasting techniques, Chris is going to new heights with his mix of the best Hip-Hop, Dance and RnB tunes and his new Shakedown Radio Podcast. Shakedown Radio Podcast is available on iHeart Radio, ITunes and Tune In app. Chris Caggs started his radio career in July 1998 on Sydney’s Pump FM 99.3 in Killara on Sydney’s North Shore – hosting a program with Cameron Griffiths (Mista-C) called “Bedroom Vibes” on a Tuesday Night. This show consisted of a music format known as Slow Jam RnB on a station to claim themselves as the first Hip Hop and RnB Community Station in Australia. The station then relaunched 99.3 FM in August 2000 to Dance FM 94.5FM. With the passion and drive to develop his career, Chris wanted more airtime so he approached a 24/7, 365 day a year station launching in late 1998 called DJ-FM 87.6 Dance Radio. The station was home to Frank Chiment, Antonio Avati, Joe Avati, Frank Iuston (Frankster) and Robert Iezzi who hosted on the dance radio service with its two transmitters in Kings Cross and Darling Harbour. It serviced the population in the Sydney CBD and Inner Suburbs. Many record labels supported DJ-FM with music such as Central Station Records, Dancenet, Colossal, Pro DJ, SBA Music, Universal Music Group, Sony Entertainment, Warner Music and Emi Records and this station also attracted sponsors such Telstra, Carlton & United, Noizenet, Rocksteady Nightclub, Central Station Records, SBA Music (Pulse Music Dance CDs) and the station broadcasted out of little Italy in Norton Street Leichhardt from an company known as RM Media Group. In October 1999 Chris Caggs was put to air on a new station called Groove FM 96.9 FM by Mike Scott, Lawrence Johnson, Stacy Q, Darren Leigh, Yozi and Aaron Eaton, where he presented the breakfast show. In May 2000 on Groove FM 94.5 Chris hosted the Weekend Mornings show with Osher Gunsberg (Channel Ten The Bachelor, Hit Network). It was during his time at Groove FM 94.5 & 96.9FM Sydney, where Chris met Osher Gunsberg (Channel [V] , Rodney O (Rods Block Party/KIIS 1065) Zoe Naylor (MTV) , Yvette Duncan (MTV) Bessie Bardot (Foxtel/2day FM) Natasha Zuvela (MTV) Rene Rivkin (The Rivkin Report) and by answering phone calls, DJ Nino Brown, DJ Sefu, MC Waxx, Ian Spicer (Gas Nightclub) Organised Noise team, Lani Richmond (Mocha at Hunter Bar) Doug Williams, Helen Ryan (Channel Manager of MTV) Dave Eastgate (Channel 9’s Doctor Doctor/Comedian) Sam Boutros, Joe Tannous, Maxine Cohen alias DJ MS Hennessey (Red Room) along with many more working on the final Sydney broadcast on 94.5 FM in December 2000 to January 2001. Chris Caggs with Darren Leigh launched Groove FM 97.3 in Brisbane in August/September of 2000 where he was the host of the breakfast show and helped program the music playlists as he previously did at Groove FM 94.5 Sydney. The station Groove FM in Brisbane was seen to by DJs Remo and Milton (80’s funk DJs), the biggest project in 20 years. During his career, Chris worked alongside great announcers and DJs such as Scott Ferris (Magic City Nightclub), Patrick Donohue (Famous Nightclub), Dimitri from Paris (Club DJ), DJ Kina, Kristian Hernandez, Klever C, Fez Lateef (Added Flava and Number 1 Club Level 5 Hilton Hotel Brisbane) Dustin and Anna and Steve Foy. However, it was the great career highlight where Chris Caggs interviewed his Dad, Gavin Carragher, Australian Olympian at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics and the 1958 Commonwealth Games in Scotland for track sprinting. After his time at Groove, Chris moved onto 2RDJ 88.1 FM Burwood, playing Hip-Hop, RnB and Dance on Tuesday Overdrive, Tuesday Shakedown and Saturday Shakedown from 1999 to 2006 as well as spending one year on the programming committee. Frank Iuston (Frankster) had trained Chris to do all his own radio imaging and his shows were transmitted right around Australia via satellite on the Community Radio Network (CBAA Comrad Sat). Chris did this all while broadcasting on Northside Radio 2NSB FM 99.3 FM Chatswood for two years filling in for Georgina Reed “Soulscope” hosting Thursday Flavours of Hip Hop and RnB. During this time, Chris won a community radio award for best new show in 2002. Since then, Chris has done internet radio for ICR Radio, where Vic Meli trained Chris how to multitrack a podcast episode and mix down to MP3. Chris has also worked at Mix It Up Radio commencing in 2012, run by Anthony and Kate Puleo. STR8OUT Dance Radio in 2012, where he did Saturday Night radio show of EDM dance and house. Mixxbosses Radio in 2015 run by DJD and broadcasted on Urban Movement Radio, owned by Sean Conrad Small aka DJ Soulchild. Over his 20 year career, Chris has met Anthony Mundine (Boxer), Mike Whitney (Sydney Weekender) DJ KCB, Alex K, Jimmy Z, Wild FM Crew, Hitz FM Melbourne Crew, Timmy Byrne of Kiss FM Dance Music Australia, Radio Dex crew, Pulse FM, Free FM, DJ Moto, Fly Girl Tee, DJ Lenno, Sam Boutros, has interviewed RnB Singer Joe, was trained by Donte D’One at the DJ/MC Boot Camp and did gigs with D’One Entertainment. Over the span of his 20-year career, Chris Caggs has played in numerous major radio stations of Australia that include: · Groove FM 94.5FM & 96.9FM - Sydney Metro Wide · Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane Metro Wide · DJ-FM 87.6 Dance Radio - Sydney CBD, Inner Suburbs · 2RDJ-FM 88.1FM - Burwood Sydney · 2NSB-FM 99.3FM - Northside Radio - Chatswood Sydney · Pump FM 99.3FM - North Shore RnB/Dance Radio · STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Dance Station · Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane - Talkback & Music Radio . ICR Radio - Fairfield Sydney - Urban/Dance . Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney - Hip Hop & RnB . Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane - Hip Hop & RnB But it doesn’t stop there, Chris has also featured in interviews for: - North Shore Times - The Queensland Independent - Scene Magazine Brisbane - Three D World Magazine Sydney - Revolver Mag - Groove ON MEDIA - The Music Network - Player FM - The Place Magazine (North Queensland) - Radio Info Newsletter - Request Magazine Chris Coggs kick started his 20-year-old career in broadcasting as a radio DJ from 1998 via various Dance and RnB Community Radio Stations located in Sydney and Brisbane. His other interests include music, films, TV, socialising and travelling. He is also an avid traveler who has visited 26 countries which include New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Asia, UK and Europe, among others.
The Unseriously Serious Podcast
My podcast discusses anything and everything with interviews, comedy, entertainment, health, spirituality, nature, music, current events and stuff that makes you think. I will help promote your business by personally advertising your products/business in a very fun and detailed way at the beginning and end of every episode of my show! it will be in a fun and capturing way that will be sure to inspire my listeners to check out and buy your stuff.
80 WATTS is a weekly one-hour podcast about the least famous to unknown artists from the 80s and the B-sides of mainstream artists. There are also news related to that era and a history review for the day. Para quem está cansado de ouvir coletâneas e ir à festas dos anos 80 que sempre tocam as mesmas músicas. Pop, rock, blues, hard rock, tecnopop e tudo o que rolou na década de mudou o mundo.
The Double Dropkick Show
Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman are life long wrestling fans and friends since kindergarten. There were hundreds of podcasts reviewing the weekly episodes of Monday Night Raw every week but very few talking about the wrestling we grew up with. Since starting the podcast we have also branched out into other pop culture stuff like movies, comics, and television. Our audience is full of the folks you would find at a comic book convention, wrestling show, or your neighbor's cook out. Our podcast continues to grow with a Facebook group of nearly 40,000 folks from around the world. We would promote your business to this group directly, giving air time on our podcast, and via our other social media channels.
See, Here's the Thing
"See, Here's the Thing" is where pop culture and humor collide. Hosts Kate and Patrick discuss movies, TV, theatre, humor and more during their weekly episodes. It's the expansion pack to your life that you never knew you needed. Our congenial hosts will push your ads in a highly comedic fashion. Both hosts have backgrounds in acting, musical performance, and improv, so you will receive an extremely unique and creative ad spot. We are more than willing to work with you on customization. We want you to be thrilled with the product we deliver, so if you have any requests, please let us know!
Electronic social media allow us to relate to people with our podcast and videos and post. Unlikely Critics will never truly have a fixed topic, although we will often deal with movie reviews, internet videos, current political events, celebrity gossip, bs issues, personal anecdotes, comics and humor. It is defined by a stream of consciousness style.
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