CONTENT WARNING: Because of the subject matter of Here Be Monsters this episode contains sensitive content such as discussion of transphobia/cissexism, discussion of cult abuse and suicide, discussion of sexual abuse against minors, and use of profanity.
In this episode, I’m interviewing Jeff Emtman and Beth Denton of KCRW’s Here Be Monsters. You can find Here Be Monsters here:
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In this episode, I’m interviewing Melinda Hemmelgarn of Food Sleuth Radio. You can find Food Sleuth Radio here:
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My comment about YouTube videos was inspired by the following:
Parsons, J. (2014, October 13). 10 Ways to Properly Grow Your YouTube Channel [Web log post]. GrowTraffic. Retrieved from: growtraffic.com/blog/2014/10/10-w…w-youtube-channel. e
“Tips and Tricks to Make a Video Go Viral”. (n.d.). SocialMouths. Retrieved from SocialMouths socialmouths.com/2014/07/23/tips-…-video-go-viral/. .
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This episode features my interview with Scotty of the Clash of Clans Podcast. You can find the homepage for the Clash of Clans Podcast here:
During the episode, I mention some articles about the demographics of the podcast listeners base. Check them out, they’re interesting!
Geil-Neufeld, J. (2015, November 2). Who’s Listening to Podcasts in 2015? [Web log post]. Maximize Social Business. Retrieved from: http://maximizesocialbusiness.com/whos-listening-podcasts-2015-18213/.
Locke, C. (2015, October 31). Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity. Wired. Retrieved from: http://www.wired.com/2015/08/podcast-discovery-vs-diversity/.
Morgan, J. (2016, January 12). Data confirm that podcasting in the US is a white male thing. Quartz. Retrieved from:
So what is this podcast “doing” anyway? Let your host give you a few details.
The book referenced in this introduction is McElhearn, K., Giles, R., & Herrington, J.D. (2006). Podcasting Pocket Guide. Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly.