Asian American Podcasters AssociationAAP welcomes all who identify as AAPI(Asian American Pacific Islander) creatives, producers, hosts and editors who are at different stages of podcasting. Our members represent all levels of podcasting: from aspiring show-runners who are planning to launch to those with many years of experience at critically-acclaimed shows. While we are based in New York City, we welcome AAPIers from all over the world. It’s an exciting time to build a hub where Asian-American podcasters can support one another, share and collaborate to amplify their voices and podcasts.
Podcasters' Support GroupThis group is a meeting place for podcasters old and new to chat, swap tips, seek advice about technical stuff or audio creativity or general podcast-related business, and for us to support each other through the lonely grind that podcasting can be. We sometimes get together in real life, too, so look out for details of upcoming meetups, and share yours if you've set one up.
Podcast Brunch ClubPodcast Brunch Club is bringing the book club concept to podcasts. Sick of the eye rolls when you start every other sentence with "so, I heard on a podcast..."? We get you. Join PBC - you can participate both in-person and online. We are a global group of podcast listenerswho simply want to talk about the amazing audio content we're listening to!
Podcast CommunityAll questions are welcome, play nice, and no self promoting. Happy podcasting!
The New York Times Podcast ClubThe NYT Podcast Club is a community of podcast lovers who discuss one episode of one podcast every week — basically, a book club for podcasts. It's a forum for conversation, analysis and spreading the love of podcasts. (It's also an online extension of a club started among NYT employees.) Every Monday, we’ll post this week's episode for discussion, along with a few questions to get the discussion going.
Podcaster's HangoutPodcasters' Hangout was created to allow for the participation of community and collaboration of Podcasters around the world.