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:
What's life like as a 7-foot-tall firefighter? Culture Jock Lance Allred talks to Nick Lewis, a former adversary on the court who now bats down flames for the Northshore Fire Department in San Diego, California.READ MORE
In the latest clip from The Utah Foodie podcast, host Chase Murdock talks with Allgood Provision's Jake Boyd about responsible snacking. Boyd has always been passionate about organic food and environmental sustainability, but didn’t know the best way to make an impact. After working full-time and moving to Park City to explore the famous Utah ski slopes, his childhood roots came full circle and he ventured into the food world. Having been raised by parents that grew up farming, the passion and drive to start a company from scratch that focused on non-GMO, sustainable, organic snack foods was a natural. Hence began All Good Provisions, a local Utah company that has expanded to over 400 stores throughout the country. Here's a clip:READ MORE
Paulette Stevens and the folks at the Life Story Library Foundation dip into The Story Well to bring you a conversation with Rita Carey. Carey, who finds purpose in service, volunteered for the 9/11 Interfaith Walk in Washington, D.C.; helped to organize the International Day of Peace and Global Oneness Day in Capetown, South Africa; and she's fascinated by brain research. She spoke to Stevens about the role of service in creating interpersonal connection:READ MORE