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IMC Has A New Podcasting Kit for Loan!

by Bridget Voltz on 2022-10-10T12:15:00-04:00 | 0 Comments

New IMC Podcasting Kit Loan

Guess what, students! Ever been curious about what your favorite podcast uses to produce their show? Ever think to yourself, "I could make a podcast about.... hmmm... about where Rammy goes when he's not bringing warmth to the West Chester University Campus". Well, we have the means to supply your wildest podcasting dreams! IMC has a new podcasting kit that you can loan out for 3 Days.

We also are offering our professors a week's loan for you to introduce your classes to the world of podcasting!  


Stop by the IMC Help Desk on the 1st floor of the FHG Library to rent out the Podcasting Kit TODAY!


To see what equipment IMC has to offer, visit: for more information.


To get the juices flowing, check out these podcast recommendations from the library staff and faculty!

~READ THIS BEFORE JUMPING IN: Some Podcasts Listed Use Adult Language; Listener Discretion Advised


Levar Burton Reads: Actor/Director/Celebrity LeVar Burton reads some of his favorite short stories. (Arts & Story Telling)

The Allusionist: Adventures in language with Helen Zaltzman. (Arts)

Overdue from Headgum: Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. (Arts)

What Should I Read Next: A literary matchmaking podcast hosted by Anne Bogel, answers the question that plagues every reader: What should I read next? (Arts)

99% INVISIBLE: Ostensibly about design, this podcast is about what you see (or don't see) and why these items or processes exist, and the different, human perspectives (Arts)

Turned Out A Punk: Each week, Damian Abraham chats with an interesting person about how the Punk genre has influenced their life. (Music) 

iWEIGH with Jameela Jamil: A podcast that challenges societal norms and stigmas by delving into mental health in an accessible way. (Society & Culture)

Stuff You Should Know from iHeart: Two hosts, Josh and Chuck, educate listeners on a variety of topics ranging from science & history to pop culture & conspiracy theories. (Society & Culture)

Food, we need to Talk: Health and fitness science with top health researchers Juna Gjata and Dr. Eddie Phillips. (Health & Fitness)

 Ologies:  a fascinating science podcast where Alie Ward interviews an expert from a distinct scientific field! (Science w/ Comedy)

Unexplainable from Vox: Science podcast from Vox and Vox Media Podcast Network about everything we don't know. (Science, Society & Culture)

Science VS from Gimlet: Team of friendly fact checkers that blow up your firmly held opinions and replace them with science. (Science, Society & Culture)

Shortwave from NPR: A quick 10-20 minute daily podcast with science facts! (Science)

throughline from NPR: Focus on critically examining historical precedent for impact on current events. (History & Current Events)

TED Radio Hour from NPR: Each episode explores a theme using interviews, clips of TED talks, and original reporting (Personal Stories & Education)

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me from NPR: Part current events round-up, part game show, and always a laugh with today's funniest comedic hosts. (Comedy)

This Is Actually Happening: A weekly podcast that probes the chaotic interiors of the human experience to find out what happens when everything changes. (True Crime)

CRIMINAL: Podcast told through interviews with someone involved/expert on the case. (True Crime)

Radio Rental: Bizarre, real-life horror stories told by those who lived them. (True Crime)

Casefile: Casefile is an award-winning true-crime podcast that presents unforgettable stories in a professionally produced audio format. (True Crime)

Crime Junkie: A weekly podcast, with host Ashley Flowers, dedicated to giving your fix of true-crime. (True Crime)

My Favorite Murder: Hit true crime comedy podcast hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark.(True Crime)

True Crime Obsessed: Recapping True Crime Documentaries with Humor, Sass, and a well-timed Garbage Bell! (True Crime & Comedy)

In the Dark: Investigative true crime podcast, season two covers the case of Curtis Flowers who was released after a Supreme Court Decision Season 3. (True Crime)

Serial: The third season of the famous podcast looks at the way the criminal justice system is set out to make it difficult for people in poverty to escape. (True Crime)

The Lazarus Hei$t from BBC: 10-episode investigation into the North Korean hacker collective who attempted to steal $1 Billion from the National Bank of Bangladesh in 2016. (News)

This Sounds Serious: Fake True Crime podcast that is clever, funny, and 100% fake. (Fiction, Crime, & Comedy)

Welcome to Night Vale: Podcast presented as a radio show for the fictional town of Night Vale. (Fiction, Paranormal, & Mystery)

The Evolution of Horror: The Evolution of Horror is a weekly movie discussion podcast that covers the history of horror cinema, one sub-genre at a time. (Horror, TV, & Film)

Pod Mortem: Pod Mortem is a horror podcast dedicated to bringing you scene-by-scene film reviews with healthy doses of trivia, commentary, and yuks. (Horror, TV & Film)

Two Girls One Ghost: Two bi-coastal best friends, Corinne Vien and Sabrina Deana-Roga, research known hauntings and read listener stories. (Paranormal & Comedy)

Obitchuary: Each week hosts Spencer Henry and Madison Reyes sit back and read outlandish, hilarious, and sometimes scathing obituaries (Cult Liter & Comedy)

Astonishing Legends: Paranormal podcast where co-hosts Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess do deep dives into the unexplained. (Paranormal, Society & Culture)

Spirits Podcast Spirits: A podcast about mythology, legends, and folklore in history, ancient cultures, and representation in pop culture. (History & Comedy) 

The Dark Histories Podcast: Bi-weekly narratives on the unsolved and the unexplained, historical true crime, touches of the paranormal and cultural peculiarities. (History & Culture) 


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