As part of our ongoing commitment to helping diverse community voices access the airwaves, KRCL is proud to be the home of a podcast partners program. The goal is to support startup podcasts, providing a studio home as they develop and hone their work and business plan.
KRCL offers studio time and podcast mentorship for a year, after which studio time will be made available at a reduced rate of $40 an hour for another six months, $80 an hour thereafter.
Regardless of length of time in our program, studio rates apply for any podcast partner who receives outside financial support, including but not limited to underwriting, advertising, sponsorship or grants.
If you have a podcast idea, submit it to email@example.com. Successful podcast ideas should support KRCL’s mission of positive social change and community engagement. Each podcast is the sole creation of its host and does not necessarily reflect the views of this station.
Podcasts currently in production at KRCL include:
The following podcasts are either on hiatus or no longer in production with KRCL:
Salt Lake on the Street: a weekly podcast featuring discussions with community stakeholders about Salt Lake urban and community development. Host Isaac Riddle grew up just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. He has a BA in English literature from the University of Utah and a Master's of Journalism from Temple University. Riddle has written for Next City, The Philadelphia Public School Notebook and Salt Lake City Weekly. Before embarking on a career in journalism, he taught high school English in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. Riddle is the founder of SL City News and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. To find full podcast interviews, visit www.slcitynews.com.
Pioneers & Allies: Produced by a mother-daughter duo, Nan Seymour offers the voice of a dedicated parent and ally; her daughter Beatrice brings the perspective of a young transgender woman, recently out, who is also a writer and activist. Their mission is to collect stories of courage and kindness by interviewing pioneers and allies of the Queer community. To hear full podcasts, visit www.nanseymour.com/pioneers-allies-podcast.
Culture Jock: Born and raised in polygamy and having traveled the world for 10 years through the game of basketball, Lance Allred explores cultures — be they religious, work, family, state or national cultures — to discuss the ironies and misconceptions that divide and unite us. To find full podcast interviews, visit www.lanceallred41.com/culture-jock.
The Story Well: Host Paulette Stevens brings you conversations centered around belief and community. A personal historian, Stevens founded Life Story Library Foundation to save and share life stories and connect with one another in the process.
The Utah Foodie: The restaurant business is tough. To make it, you need more than just a great location, a unique menu, and well-trained servers. It requires tremendous amounts of passion, and a rare type of grit and love for the craft. And without fail, the greatest food, cocktail, and coffee shops in our community always have a fascinating, untold story to tell. Podcaster Chase Murdock searches the state for these very stories, putting a voice to our state’s most passionate restaurateurs. To listen to the latest podcast, visit TheUtahFoodie.com
Oddly Influenced: The unapologetic African-American podcast duo that "came from the east coast to bring you our views, live from the gutter...Salt Lake City." To listen, visit soundcloud.com/oddly-influenced or iTunes.
Vertical Diner and Sage’s Cafe are two leading restaurants in Utah that promote plant-based foods on their menu, with large offerings of exclusively vegetarian and vegan dishes. Today, vegan and vegetarian menu options aren’t uncommon — but 17 years ago, in 1998, it was rare… and the thought of opening a vegetarian-only restaurant in Salt Lake City seemed impossible. It was then that Ian Brandt, owner of Vertical Diner and Sage’s Cafe, set out to popularize a non-meat diet (beyond tasteless leafy salads!) and provide better dining options for vegetarians and vegans in Salt Lake City.READ MORE
With a world of experience under her belt as a travel and leisure marketing/consulting expert, Liz Galloway shares what it takes to carve out a career as a "womanpreneur." #CultureJock Lance Allred talks to her about her passion for travel and the non-profits she's created to give back to local and global communities.READ MORE
In Episode 18 of #culturejock, Lance Allred talks with Jess Larsen of Child Resce Association. A business coach by day and superhero by night, Larsen leads a dual life as he fights child trafficking. In this episode Jess shares his story and how child trafficking is far more prevalent in our communities than we want to admit. Though sobering, this podcast is still very uplifting, seeing the good that we all can do, and Jess shows us how we can fight this plight, first off, by no longer calling it "underage prostitution," and instead its true name: child trafficking.READ MORE
Episode 16 of #culturejock, "Still Building Bridges," with Erika E.p. Munson, co-founder of Mormons Building Bridges. Host Lance Allred talks about the LDS Church's new policy towards gay families and their children. Here's a clip:READ MORE