Finding a new podcast that you will actually enjoy can be a lot of work. So, I sat down with Darbi Masters to countdown our Top 3 favorite podcasts!
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Our Top 3 Podcasts
This American Life is hosted by Ira Glass, popular public radio personality. The show can be described as journalistic podcasting. Glass tells incredible stories from various perspectives, broken into easily-digested segments. According to their website:
This American Life “…is heard by 2.2 million listeners each week on over 500 public radio stations in the U.S., with another 3.6 million people downloading each episode as a podcast. We’re usually one of the five top podcasts on iTunes. We’re also heard on radio stations in Ireland and Germany, and all across Canada and Australia.”
This American Life is also responsible for award winning investigative podcast, Serial.
If you love hearing compelling stories, this podcast was made for you!
So, you know this one, obviously. It's all about kind of… It revolves around tech and I'm not really a techie, but I absolutely adore the chemistry between the hosts. There is something that is so funny, engaging. Oh, I just adore it. I love it.
They do a great job. And we were talking about the episode they did on robocalls and how they just called the guy up who was calling them and they went this deep dive into this dark industry behind all of these robocalls.
With millions of listeners each month, The Liturgists Podcast created a cultural movement by bringing together perspectives that are usually isolated in our media.
This podcast produces clarity and insight by looking at essential topics through the lenses of art, faith, and science–and has helped millions start the journey to growth and recovery following spiritual estrangement.
Meet Today's Guest – Darbi Masters
Darbi Masters is a lover of all things radio. She went to school for broadcasting and has previously worked as a producer for a number of radio shows in downtown Chicago. In 2016 Darbi began her own podcast editing and producing business. Through her company she became the host and producer of the 1st season of the Freshbooks podcast I Make a Living.
She is currently located in Chicago but has clients from around the world. If you are interested in starting up a podcast or simply knowing a bit more about what that would take, feel free to reach out via the contact form.