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Every Single Spooky Podcast

Every Single Spooky Podcast

Podcasts don’t benefit from visuals to help create a mood, so they rely on sound effects, music, and narration style to get their point across. Alasdair Beckett-King pokes fun at the genre of spooky horror and murder podcasts, and tropes like their soft, foreshadowing vocals, and the abundance of unnecessary words.

Meet Jimmy

Meet Jimmy

(PG-13) With the popularity of murder shows on TV and podcasts, it seems we have quite an obsession with serial killers. David-Jan Bronsgeest and Tim Koomen’s short film follows the tale of a woman who listens to a podcast about a demented murderer who ends up blurring the lines between fiction and reality.

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A Podcast About Nothing

A Podcast About Nothing

While there are certainly some great podcasts out there, the unfiltered, unedited nature of most of them means that there can be a bit of rambling too. UK songwriter and producer Jonathan Ogden totally nailed what it’s like when a discussion ensues about basically nothing.

Podcast Like a Boss

Looking to launch a podcast that actually gets listened to? This series of online courses will help you create engaging content, learn the technologies and tools you need to record and distribute your program, and tips on how to market, build an audience, keep them coming back, and eventually secure sponsors.

Star Wars: The Radio Drama

Star Wars: The Radio Drama

Back in the ’80s and ’90s, NPR produced a series of broadcasts that retold the original Star Wars trilogy as a radio drama. Using original audio recordings of the series, combined with movie music and sound effects, Nigel Langes compiled all of the episodes into a playlist of three videos, running about 11 hours in total.

Podcast Guest Trophy

Podcast Guest Trophy
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Ever been asked to appear on a podcast? Have your own podcast and frequently ask friends to participate? Topatoco’s cheeky award is the perfect prize for every podcast guest. The 5-1/2″ tall trophy features a microphone and a generic name badge so no engraving is needed. Plus, the more you buy, the cheaper they get.

Conversations with People Who Hate Me

Conversations with People Who Hate Me

(PG-13: Language) Dylan Marron (Carlos of Welcome to Night Vale) makes videos about minority issues and gets a lot of hateful comments about them. In this new podcast, he tries to call those haters and tries to understand and befriend them.

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