For aspiring and existing podcasters, UMA offers:
- Access to a Rodcaster Pro Podcasting Studio
- Networking opportunities
- Help distributing podcast
- Access to editing stations
- A supportive team to help you achieve your podcasting goals
Coming soon: a podcast networking session in February and a three part podcast workshop in March. Details forthcoming.
Community talk show discussing the latest in local news, events & politics in the city of Malden, MA. 02148.
Long time #Cablecast, new time #Podcast. Around The Rim! mostly video. Beyond The Rim! mostly audio. BTRMic.com. 4 the red, the black & the green! #ATR #BTR #Dudcast #PodernFamily Follow @NesterDudley on Twitter
A podcast that explores culture and arts as a lens to discuss important themes relevant to the Malden community.
Fun life lesson & story telling with Parto Khorshidi
“We’re discussing identity and intersectionality with our very first guest, Neaama Bourote! All of the identities we hold make up our unique experiences and how we show up in this world. Being surrounded by diverse friends can grow your understanding, compassion, and empathy for other people’s circumstances.”(DEI = Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion) IG: @neaamaste, @grow.glowcc
Let me Tell You Something is a community based podcast. “I believe what comes from the heart touches the heart.” (Josephine Royal)
The Starving Artists is “a monthly podcast by two designers covering the many facets of being a visual artists. They also talk about the industry and how serious business changes have to be made in order to be relevant. They talk passion, motivation and a commitment to our community.” Youtube Channel.
“Stay Scary is a horror movie podcast hosted by Yinh Kiefer and Lisa McColgan. A rotating cast of artists and geeks join on to discuss themes and tropes in horror …”
The Make it Rain Podcast is “a Bi-Weekly Sports Podcast hosted by yo boy Dtrain. In this podcast Dtrain and his guests react to NBA news, games, trades, memes and whatever else goes on during the NBA season.”
Looking Up is a three part podcast series that explores the diversity of faith and spirituality across Malden, MA. Host Gillian Hodgden speaks with each guest about what their faith is, it’s deeper meaning in each of their lives, and the place their faith holds in the Malden community.
Host Taylor Lee interviews five members of the Malden community to discuss sports in Malden and its relevance. Guests include: Jim Valente, Terlonzo Amos, Joe Levine, Kingson Chen, and Dan Jurkowski.
Humans of Malden Podcast: In June 2023, several of the UMA Summer Interns invited members of the community attending the Summer Festival to pop in to the Podcast Suite for a conversation about fun aspects of being in Malden. The idea for the popup podcast was inspired by the Humans of Malden Exhibition, produced and curated by 2022 summer interns.
“To Err” premiered in 2021 and has been screened at various film festivals around the world, winning multiple awards. In this video podcast, Jozef Zekanoski meets with Anders Johnson and Tony Martinez at Urban Media Arts to talk about their role in the creation of the film. This video podcast was produced by Jozef Zekanoski and Lilly Larrabee.
Malden Reads Podcasts
This season ends with one of the cofounders of Malden Reads, who walks us through the process from selection to programming. Want to talk about Trevor Noah AND learn the logistics of a community-wide read program? This is the episode for you. Thanks for everyone who tuned in this season.
A companion podcast for the 2020 NEA Big Read in Malden, MA. Host & producer Anne D’Urso-Rose speaks with community members and special guests to discuss the novel “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury and its relevance in our society today.