What we're about

Helping Denver podcasters gain access to awesome resources, find their niche and build an audience.

Featuring interactive panels from some of Denver's top podcasts.

Hosting a monthly podcast "book club"

Partnering with House of Pod (http://www.houseofpod.org) on workshops, community events, and listening parties.

Your host,

- Paul Karolyi

Founder, Changing Denver (http://changingdenver.com/); community manager, House of Pod (http://www.houseofpod.org)

Upcoming events (5+)

In Progress: A Peer Workshopping Group for Audio Storytellers

Welcome to In Progress: Denver's peer workshopping group for audio storytellers! Join us at House of Pod, at 2565 Curtis from 7:00 to 8:30 pm on the the 3rd Tuesday of every month to share your work, give and receive constructive feedback, form peer relationships and perhaps even find your next collaborator. Our June meeting went deep on two projects: - Brittney and Joslyn shared their first recorded banter for "Habit Therapy," their new, in-development show about health and wellness for women of color. With such an amazing rapport on display, their show has so much promise. We're all excited to see how it develops. - Thomas got feedback on the script for his first episode of his developing show "The Mind Guy," on NLP. He had the entire room captivated with is deeply personal story about reaching his bottom and finding a way back out. We do Deep Dive reviews and Lightening Rounds. Deep Dives are reviews of projects presented by group members. Audio projects and related work in any stage of development, from concept to script to audio recordings are welcome. If you'd like to share your work for a Deep Dive review, email the group's host, Rae Solomon, at [masked], to reserve a time. During Lightning Rounds, anybody can throw out a concept that's been marinating, a particular problem they've encountered, a question about the medium, whatever, for a rapid 5-10 minute group discussion. The group is hosted by independent producer Rae Solomon. You can reach out her with questions at [masked] You can join the all-new Google Group here: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/in-progress-denver

Outlier Podcast Festival: Powered by House of Pod

Savoy at Curtis Park

House of Pod is proud to be co-hosting Colorado's FIRST EVER podcast festival on July 19 and 20. RSVPing to this meetup does not equate to buying a ticket. You'll need to do that at the link below. Use the code "HOP" for 15% off! Tickets: https://foundersweekend.ticketbud.com/outlier-podcast-festival-denver?_ga=2.216199636.31959977.1558668908-1947983920.1533930130 --- More about the festival: The Outlier Podcast Festival is a traveling national event held in major cities across the U.S. It provides outliers in the podcasting community an intimate opportunity to collaborate with both Indie talent and industry giants. We provide an immersive experience for you to engage with keynote speakers, participate in breakout sessions, and interact with the newest software and audio equipment. You’ll have the opportunity to bring questions to the experts during panel discussions, listen in during live podcasts, and join the conversation with other media disrupters. Be heard. More details are here: http://outliercs.com/

Podcast Book Club - "Out of the Blocks"

House of Pod

First of all, what is this event? It's like a book club, but for podcasts. Every month, we choose a different show, listen to it independently, then come together to talk about it. It's a ton of fun, I promise. - - - - - - This month we're listening to Out of the Blocks, an "immersive podcast that blends voices and sounds from the streets of Baltimore. A tapestry of stories hidden in plain sight, with an original musical score." I first started hearing good things about Out of the Blocks back when I was making Changing Denver. So naturally, I resented the success of their hyperlocal show and never listened. As usual, the Podcast Book Club is here to make me a better person and right old wrongs. They have a huge backlog, so I reached out to the creators for guidance on good episodes for us to start with. Until I hear back, let's focus on the newer releases, including what if anything is out in the next month. Possible discussion questions: What is appealing about hyperlocal stories? What is the value of an original score? How does this show change your feelings about Baltimore? Is it time to start another rewatch of The Wire? Website: https://www.wypr.org/programs/out-blocks Stitcher: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ilu7xz5tvluwxo3tcsganukzhc4 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/out-of-the-blocks-on-wypr/id1195938450?mt=2 House of Pod will provide light refreshments on a donation basis. Staff will be on hand to discuss membership, our studio, and whatever else you may have questions about.

In Progress: A Peer Workshopping Group for Audio Storytellers

Welcome to In Progress: Denver's peer workshopping group for audio storytellers! Join us at House of Pod, at 2565 Curtis from 7:00 to 8:30 pm on the the 3rd Tuesday of every month to share your work, give and receive constructive feedback, form peer relationships and perhaps even find your next collaborator. We do Deep Dive reviews and Lightening Rounds. Deep Dives are reviews of projects presented by group members. Audio projects and related work in any stage of development, from concept to script to audio recordings are welcome. If you'd like to share your work for a Deep Dive review, email the group's host, Rae Solomon, at [masked], to reserve a time. During Lightning Rounds, anybody can throw out a concept that's been marinating, a particular problem they've encountered, a question about the medium, whatever, for a rapid 5-10 minute group discussion. The group is hosted by independent producer Rae Solomon. You can reach out her with questions at [masked] You can join the all-new Google Group here: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/in-progress-denver

Past events (73)

Podcast Book Club - "The Stoop"

House of Pod

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