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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Don Wassall, Dec 22, 2018.

  1. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

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    What online podcasts or other types of radio shows do you listen to? I'm talking about populist, nationalist, alt-right and other alternative stuff, not Conservatism Inc. superstars like Limbaugh, Hannity, Savage, Levin, etc.

    And if anyone knows anything about the logistics of starting one up, please pm me. I'm not tech savvy but once someone takes the time to show me how to do something, I'm fine.

    I'm interested in starting a weekly broadcast. Have had a few in the past, most recently in 2015, but it was too expensive to keep going as I was paying a patriot type broadcasting company to produce and air it. I'm interested in something that involves little or no cost. (And needless to say Caste Football would be a regular topic and just maybe we can locate some more posters as Google and other search engines have done quite a job of burying us.)

    Some of the podcasts have decent sized audiences, but I don't know much about them as I rarely listen to them. Background noise tends to distract me from the tasks at hand, but surveying the situation in this country right now and seeing the last two years of Trump's term slipping away with no grassroots political movement taking shape beyond his supporters hoping that he's legit and can single-handedly defeat what no man can do alone, a lot more needs to be done or else Trump will be seen as little more than an unexpected aberrant blip before the globo-homo-commies took over completely.
     
  2. DixieDestroyer

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    Don, I too barely listen to any podcasts (save for excerpts here & there). I’ve listened to our comrade James Edward’s the most. My eldest son listens to the ‘Political Cesspool’ more than myself. I’ve also (occasionally) listened to the pro wrestling podcasts of Jim Ross, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin & Jim Cornette as I enjoy the history of pro “wrasslin”. ;)
     
  3. Heretic

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    Consider http://mixlr.com. It also has a discussion/comment board and all shows can be archived and, I believe, downloaded as .mp3 audio files (which are all that podcasts really are, anyway).
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Bumping this thread.

    I posted a reminder about it in the Merry Christmas thread and C.F. hopefuls in the New Year. Let's get more people aware of CF and the truth we have to share! We can accomplish more if we get together on this. Let's go forward!
     
  5. Freethinker

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    Most of the podcasts on Therightstuff.biz are good.

    TDS (The Daily Shoah) great for current events with humor and edgy banter.
    FTN (Fash the Nation) is great for news and geopolitics.
    Strike and Mike - Eric Stricker and Mike Enoch get into some esoteric stuff with their own hot takes.

    Other podcasts I listen to are Radical Agenda with Chris Cantwell and So To Speak with Jared Howe.

    I also follow a lot of YouTubers but I don’t think that’s what you’re looking for here.
     
  6. Deus Vult

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    Don, I've kinda wondered why you don't have a current show on You Tube (or if I've missed it?). The format was made for you. Lotsa rookies out there, and I do salute their enthusiasm and efforts. You, in contrast, have a wealth of experience and knowledge to offer. Once you get established, you would get reciprocal invitations from the current You Tube broadcasters who are gathering audience numbers, and your show would build its base.

    The ones I regularly check out, usually as background while I'm at work or when I'm driving, are The Political Cesspool, Red Ice, and The Public Space with Jean Francois Gariepy. I'll also check in from time to time with James Allsup, and American Renaissance does a weekly conversation with Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey. A Comfy Tangent is a You Tube cast that began not long ago and is developing. Less political but often interesting nonetheless are Joe Rogan and The Pressure Project.

    Podcast One has a roster of podcasts that don't look interesting at all to me. I go there to peruse the digest of topics/guests on Laura Ingraham's and Eddie Trunk's popdcasts.
     
  7. BeyondFedUp

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    Don,

    I second Deus Vult's idea for you to broadcast/podcast on youtube. I do some on there that pertains only to Christian ministry and pertaining topics. You have been interviewed and apparently done interviews. Your journalism and publishing background and expertise would likely make your transition very smooth. Go where the audience is. You'll be found and your audience will multiply.
     

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