Audio Dramas 101: A Crash Course On Sound-based Narratives


By Andrés Muñoz

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of the word “pod” is… yes, you got it: Podcast, the talk shows of our time. A space where humans have real conversations about real issues, where the spoken word conveys a sense of eavesdropping. You are, essentially, a fly on the wall in the presenters’ discussion. 

Nowadays, the podcast market is chock-full of different topics. There are huge podcasts like The Joe Rogan Experience, where the former UFC commentator has politicians, billionaires, and intellectuals as guests. Each episode averages around 11 million listeners. Conversely, you can find stuff like Philosophize This!, a show that for almost 10 years has offered its listeners a concise unpacking of classic philosophical elements.

But here’s a question for you… when was the last time you read a fiction book? A real page-turner, with character development, twists and…

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