Hello Everyone…It has been a great summer and we are happy to welcome you back to the fall for another great season of programming with The Marching Podcast Network. We are happy to announce that starting new this year we are going to broadcast all of our shows live to YouTube. In addition we will keep a day and time consistent for our viewers to expect us to be on the air throughout the calendar year.
THE 90 DEGREE SHOW
The 90 Degree Show will broadcast live starting on Mondays September 3rd at 930pm EST…. The 2018-19 90 Degree Show Vol.1 with Bridgette Bell and Rashad Waters. We are also excited to announce the return of The PrunAlysis Podcast with Rashad in conjunction with The 90 Degree Show this Fall. These broadcasts will continue throughout the college football season. We will miss the Great Christy Walker as a regular on the show. She is going to concentrate on her education but has wished us the best of luck and will be welcome to be a guest or a part of the show if she desires.
CHOPPIN’ IT UP
At the conclusion of the College Band Season (Last Major Battle of the Bands at the end of the season) we will start the most listened to podcast on the network, the interview series Choppin’ It Up at 6:30pm EST on Sundays in the Spring.
NATIONAL SIGNING DAY FOR MARCHING BANDS
In the Spring before graduation we will have our National Signing Day for Marching Band Podcast on Mondays at 9:30pm. Each year we will pick two high school seniors, one boy and one girl to tell us what school they will attend that fall. We will continue to support the students as they attend college so they are able to be successful and earn their degree.
Lastly we will continue our relationship with Dr. Kevin Davenport and our Directors Series Podcast. Dr. Davenport has recently accepted the position of Head Band Director at Simmons College in Louisville, KY but still is part of our family and we will continue to work with him. We plan to broadcast this podcast on Sundays in July at 6:30pm EST
We are excited about the new launch to stream our content live and we hope that you will continue to support the network. Make sure to hit the Subscribe button on our YouTube Channel to connect to our broadcasts!
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Introducing Marvin Price. Marvin is a college senior at a historically black college in Louisiana and started his own video channel Dr. Price TV In this podcast we find out where Marvin is from, the family background that shaped him, how he started his video channel, and what he wants to do after he graduates from college. Check out our website http://www.themarchingpodcast.com/ you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast, and follow our blog by adding your email address in the box on the top right corner of this blog.
On May 19, 2012, I started the relationship with The Marching Podcast and BlogTalkRadio with my first episode ‘Hello World’ and Hello World part 2. Since that day 4 years ago we have created close to 200 episodes for The Marching Podcast with a wonderful platform that allowed us to broadcast live from my phone and add sound effects to make the production professional and a call in option for people to voice how they feel and/or allowed me to have co hosts on the show.
In moving forward with the business we are proud to announce that we are working on a summer music camp, here in southern california for grades 5-9. We hope to build the culture here for showstyle marching which will excite the youth on the west coast about band and expose them to selecting a Historically Black College to march and matriculate in an atmosphere of higher learning. The Marching Podcast will be filing for Non Profit status, so donations will be tax write-offs and we have a signature event that will bring in more money for scholarships and developing the culture for bands on the west coast. We eventually want to expand to San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and the other major cities in the western region targeting majority minority middle schools and junior high schools. Establishing the network and culture here will open the door for Mass Bands in the western region, battle of the bands and clinics that is our stated goal in our 4th birthday blog post. We say all of this because in focusing more finances for scholarships and establishing a non-profit we will not produce The Marching Podcast Network through BlogTalkRadio starting in June of 2016. We are grateful for the service provided that allowed us to create our own business, but the yearly expenses with holding the account with BlogTalkRadio has become expendable.
In light of this we have created our own studio! We will be creating, and promoting our own episodes from now on and releasing the podcast when we want and not at a set time. The show will not be live anymore but we will let people know when they can call in to be a part of the broadcast. The format of the shows will change as well. Looking at the numbers we are losing people on the commercials or sometimes the conversation will drag out causing some people to leave. We plan to break or interviews in parts and evenly play the commercials of our sponsors throughout the broadcast. We are excited about taking off the training wheels and being in control of our broadcasts. We hope you enjoy the upgrades we are making the difference we aspire to make in sending more kids to college, exposing more people to historically black colleges and building the craft to a new region of the country.
Introducing Manuel Castaneda. Manuel is the head band director at Centennial High School in Compton, CA. Manuel has a really good story about his path with music and how he is making a difference in Southern California. Centennial is one of the few high school programs in the state of California that march similar to what is considered ‘showstyle marching’. Today we meet Manuel to find out his background and how he become band director, and about his marching experience from the west coast
Listen to the episode here: http://bit.ly/24FG1H8
Welcome to the 2015 90 Degree Show Celebration Bowl! The bowl game to kick off the bowl season will be the champions of the Southwestern Athletic Conference in Alcorn State University, against the champions of the Mid Eastern Athletic Confernce in North Carolina A&T State University. We will talk about this matchup, what we thought about the game, what we thought about this year overall in bands and who we think will win the Honda. This bowl was a great experience on TV, but can we get the SIAC and the CIAA involved? We brainstorm about how we can add our two other conferences in a bowl game or ask should the teams play each other? This is our last broadcast before the Honda Battle of the Bands in 2016. Tonight we welcome the great Christy Walker and the owner and founder of Block Band Music and Publishing, Rashad Watters
Listen to the episode here: http://bit.ly/1OPTLaV
The WordPress.com prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 27 trips to carry that many people.
Introducing John Lennard. John is an Assistant Band Director at Tuskeegee and one the first members of the 5th Quarter forum. John also marched for his band in college and is a proud HBCU graduate that is making a difference in his community. John grew up in a deep area of music and band, and this has made a positive impact on his adulthood. Tonight, we meet John to find out where he is from and how these experiences put him where he is today.
Listen to the episode here: http://tobtr.com/s/6733375.