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Job: Radio/Podcast Producer
Benefits Offered: 401K, Medical, Dental
Employment Type: Full-Time
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99% Invisible is looking for a talented and driven producer to join our team in beautiful, downtown Oakland, California. With over 225 million downloads, 99PI is consistently one of the most popular podcasts in itunes. Host Roman Mars is also a co-founder of Radiotopia, a collective of ground-breaking story-driven podcasts. Our producers receive competitive salaries, full benefits, and flexible/reasonable schedules. We believe people should have time for a life outside of work.
The ideal candidate will have four or more years of experience producing creative, narrative journalism with spark and personality. 99% Invisible reporters are characters on the show with an infectious enthusiasm for seemingly mundane details in the built world.
GRP roles are unpaid gigs. This is a labor of love. Knoxville-area residents only. Must be over 18 years of age to participate in the podcast.
Please do not apply for roles meant to represent minorities and marginalized groups if you do not share their identity. This means you must be a transgender person to play a trans character, you must be a person of color to play POC characters, you must be an Autistic person to play an Autistic character, etc.
If race is not specified in the role description, that does not mean the character is therefore white — in The Ghost Radio Project, white is not a “default.” Representation is very important to us. We want our cast to reflect real life and all the diversity therein. So, if you think you could play the character, please audition! No past acting experience is required.
[Visit the site linked above and] Click a gender above to view available roles and apply. Alternatively, you may email email@example.com and let us know which role you are interested in to start the audition process. We will send you an audition script, and you will send us a quick video or audio audition. Please apply NOW, as our roles tend to fill very quickly. The first person to nail it gets the role, so make sure you’re at the top of the list by applying sooner rather than later.
- News Anchor: Play a professional news anchor who works for the national news. All ages (18+) and identities are needed Should be able to do the monotone news-style voice.
- Preacher: Fire-and-brimstone preacher out in the middle of the desert. Male, should sound between age 40 and 60. Few lines, but lines are very intense. Meant to sound haunting, eerie, a little scary. Lots of yelling. High-energy role. Race not specified.
- Soldiers: Seeking multiple actors to play soldiers in the U.S. Army who patrol the Outlands and send out various military communications. All ages (18+) and identities are needed for these roles!
- Farmers, homesteaders, and other outlanders: Play one of the many amazing people who manage to survive and thrive in the Outlands. These include all those who are friends to the Ghosts.
- Panicked homesteader: A homesteader somewhere in the Outlands is under attack and sends out a panicked SOS transmission. Must be able to express adrenaline and fear. Age, race, and gender not specified.
- Traffickers, marauders, and other fiends: If you’ve always wanted to play a “bad guy,” this is for you. Pull out your meaner side and terrify our audience as one of the many scumbags in the Outlands who make their living by preying on the innocent.
Podcast Advocate is open to take on a new client, podcast, or other audio project. You can find more about me and what I do at http://PodcastAdvocate.Network/editing and listen to samples of my work at http://PodcastAdvocate.Network/portfolio. I’d love to hear from you so if you have questions, I’m @PodcastAdvocate on the twitters, or PodcastAdvocate@gmail.com.
These characters are all crew on the Stribog, the ship orbiting Fons. They are supporting roles, appearing in 1 – 3 episodes in season 1, with possibly larger roles in future seasons.
Recordings are conducted over Discord, so your location does not matter, as long as you are able to record with the team. You must have a decent microphone and a quiet place to record.
Gender is specified for some roles, but we encourage trans and nb actors to audition. As long as you are comfortable being referred to by the pronouns of the character, we are happy to have you. If gender is not specified, then it is malleable and dependent on the actor that we choose.
Unless specified in the role, we encourage actors of all ethnicities and backgrounds to audition.
If you are interested in auditioning, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a small scene to read.
Looking For All Kinds of Help For Audiodrama Podcast
Hi, I make the audiodrama podcast At The End Of The Line, with the idea being it’s a post-apocalyptic travel show as the host journeys around a ruined England. Basically I get to play with every different apocalyptic scenario you can think of – zombies, Artificial Intelligence, plagues.
I pretty much do everything by myself and I’m looking for other people to be involved, it can be behind the scenes with writing, editing, music etc., but also looking for voice actors. The show is essentially one person, Richard Oliver, relaying what has happened recently but I want to have more “guests” being interviewed as well as having other actors to do segments or allow me greater options with narrative than me being the sole voice actor currently allows.
Any help would be greatly appreciated with full credit given but unfortunately no money.
Below is the website so you can see what the show is like –
Anyone interested me email – email@example.com or get in touch via twitter – @postapocpodcast
An Old Fashioned Hell House Coming Down In Three Parts Harmony
An Old Fashioned Hell House Coming Down In Three Parts Harmony is a dark comedy about Carl, the owner of a haunted house ride at a declining amusement park, on a night that he bumps into an old classmate in Mike, who is waiting for his girlfriend to get off from work at the park.
Carl- Male 20-30s. Eccentric, grandiose, weary and manic.
Mike- Male 20-30s. Composed and mild mannered.
For the audition choose the role you’d like to audition and record that characters lines from the sample script. If you are auditioning for both roles please record and send both separately. Send files in MP3 format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Files should be labeled (Your Name)_(Role).MP3
Looking to cast voice actors in the Los Angeles area. This is a non paying gig.
Link to audition script
Casting Call for The Spider Initiative S1 E00 Prologue
What is The Spider Initiative?
The Spider Initiative is an upcoming sci-fi/comedy audio drama podcast. The first season will consist of 9 total episodes. The first episode is a Prologue episode setting up the story and introducing the main character, Wolf.
What is the premise?
In the distant future, several governments have joined together to form The Spider Initiative, a project with one goal: to protect their future by changing actions of the past. By sending agents back in time and influencing small decisions, they prevent catastrophic future events. If the butterfly effect is real, then Spiders, the operatives, are the butterfly hunters. The Spider Initiative follows one Spider operative, Wolf, through his mission log as he attempts to thwart a future dictator deadset on world domination. Unfortunately, he must also deal with the culture shock that comes from traveling back in time to the year 2018.
What roles are available?
This first episode will be casting two main recurring roles, with future episodes casting both main recurring and minor, episode-specific roles. There will also be background roles available, such as “crowd voices.” The paid roles will receive payment when recording is finished on each episode.
What do I need to get a role?
Production on the podcast will be done via remote recording using Zencastr, so a reliable internet connection is a must. I’ll be doing all the post-production work including removing some background noise and polishing off vocal tracks, but a decent microphone and the ability to record in a quiet setting is a must. I’ll need to be in contact with cast members about scripts, online “table reads,” and the official recording schedule. If you cannot keep in contact with me, or I don’t hear from you after three attempts, I will recast the role. Those auditioning for recurring roles must understand you are agreeing to a 9 episode minimum, and I would love to make more than one season.
I look forward to hearing your auditions.
Pineapple Street Media is a podcast production company based in Brooklyn. Our shows include Missing Richard Simmons, Heaven’s Gate, Still Processing, Women of the Hour, Stay Tuned with Preet Bharara, Never Before with Janet Mock, and more. We don’t have a particular house style and that variation in content and tone is part of what makes working at Pineapple Street Media unique, challenging, and exciting. We strive for excellence, and so far five of our shows have hit #1 on the Apple Podcast charts.
Because the podcasting industry too often creates barriers to aspiring producers of color and non-binary people, Pineapple Street Media is offering our first-ever Pineapple Fellowship. The fellowship is open to all who identify as part of an under-represented group in podcasting. Areas of under-representation may include—but are not limited to—race, ethnicity, economic background, sexual orientation and disability.
This full-time, project-based, producer-in-residence position is open to those looking to transition into an audio production career. You will work on a deeply produced and reported documentary series. We will consider any level of experience, but prefer to work with someone with some sort of audio editing background.
The Pineapple fellowship starts in the summer of 2018, exact dates to be determined based on your schedule and ours.
Fellows receive a stipend of $3,000 per month. In addition to production experience, fellows have weekly mentorship meetings with Pineapple staff producers and editors. We will also help connect you with people in the industry.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 2018
What to submit:
Your current resumé
1-3 work samples (audio production preferred; but does not need to be audio)
How to submit:
Email email@example.com with application documents attached.
In the body of the email, answer the following question:
What book, article, show, film, podcast, album, song, or other cultural product that you consumed this week would you recommend to a friend? Why?
“Preserve This Podcast” Project Coordinator – The Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO)
The Project Coordinator is a temporary, 20-hour per week position running from date-of-hire through December 2019. This position is open to both new and experienced project managers and information professionals interested in supporting advances in born-digital audio preservation and community outreach through managing an education and outreach program focused on podcast preservation.
The position’s responsibility will be as day-to-day coordinator of METRO’s “Preserve This Podcast” tutorial and outreach project, an exciting new expansion of METRO’s community digital archiving programs into the world of podcasting and born-digital audio. The “Preserve This Podcast” project is part of a two-year, Mellon Foundation funded initiative to spread awareness and knowledge about the needs, strategies, and technologies of podcast preservation to independent audio producers and A/V archivists, helping them take measures to ensure that independently produced podcasts don’t disappear or become inaccessible over time. The information and tutorials will be transmitted via a short podcast series, a zine, a website, a set of guidelines, social media, and several in-person tutorials. It will be the role of the Project Coordinator to help support these activities and manage the logistics of the grant.
Podchaser looking for a React developer
We are looking for a React developer to help implement our design mockups as fully functional components to be integrated into the site as we design and develop new features for Podchaser.
We are creating the premiere podcast directory Podchaser (https://podchaser.com ) , and are ramping up development of our core feature set for 2018 and beyond. We have a massive roadmap full of great ideas, and we need somebody to come on board and help us bring them to life. A love and knowledge of podcasts is a big plus!
You will initially be tasked with implementing presentational components that will need to match the given mockups as closely as possible. Our developers will set up use cases for you (we use Storybook for this) and you will have the Photoshop designs to work from.
Beyond this, we would love to find somebody to join the company on a permanent basis, so as you become familiar with the project you will be writing connected components and frontend logic with Redux and Redux-Saga.
General design and UI/UX experience will also be highly valued if you are joining the company permanently, as you will become a member of our design team and will have the opportunity to contribute to new features and designs.
This is a 100% remote position and communication with the team will be done daily via Slack, as well as voice and video meetings on a regular basis. We are working towards a sprint based development cycle and have weekly standups to determine goals for the week, though you will be expected to keep the rest of the team up to date with your progress daily.
Diverse candidates welcome and encouraged!
Requirements: Strong in React, ES6, CSS, HTML5
Nice to have: A love of podcasts!
Experience in Redux, Redux-Saga, Webpack Design experience UI/UX experience Experience writing tests in jest/karma/etc
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.