THE GOH SHOW
The Goh Show is the official podcast of Andy Goh, owner and founder of GohJo Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina. GohJo Studios is a full service podcast production and consulting company, so you can bet we’ll talk plenty of podcasting. I’ll also use this space to talk about the ideas that interest me and the people who know them best. New episodes every week.
THE JAYHAWKER PODCAST
The official podcast of the Kansas Jayhawks. There are a lot of great stories that go untold. The Jayhawker changes that by featuring the best KU stories from past and present, packaged and told in a way fans haven't heard before. We take you inside the stories of current and former student-athletes, coaches, staff members and fans in a way that's equal parts entertaining and interesting.
MARLANI TALK SHOW
From interracial to interstellar, from The Migos to Mussolini, the M A R L A N I Talk Show Podcast aims to swing the pendulum and talk about all the hard stuff that everyone is thinking but no one is saying. Whether it’s a social, political, or justice issue, personal, professional, or pretend, music, sports, or love, it will all come to the table sooner or later.
The official magazine of Brian Baldinger has its own LIVE show. Footballstories the magazine is now Footballstories the Live show on Facebook. Catch the podcast. Al Thompson leads the show with Matt Santoleri and many special guests. This includes former Eagle Gary Cobb, Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro, Erik Houser from Fox sports, Chris Murray of the Chris Murray Report, and so much more. They cover everything Philadelphia Eagles...and even the Sixers, Phillies, and Flyers. They also cover other local football. Al and the gang have live audio and video from the Eagles locker room, perspective of the Eagles teams, and so much more.
SHEFFIELD AND BELDEN: INSIDE DEPAUL BASKETBALL
Featuring interviews with coaches, players and special guests, join Zach Zaidman for an inside look at the DePaul Blue Demons basketball program throughout the season. From "The Barn" that opened in 1906, to Alumni Hall in 1956 and the Sullivan Athletic Center in 2000, the intersection of Sheffield and Belden Avenues has always been the home of DePaul Athletics in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood.