The OAM Network is an independent podcast network located in the Crosstown Arts District, Memphis, TN. Episodes of our shows release weekly, bi-weekly and monthly on iTunes, Stitcher and your favorite podcast app. Subscribe and leave your favorite shows reviews. We also record on-site at all kinds of conventions, festivals, conferences, and community events around town. If you're interested in booking podcast coverage for your event, advertising on the network, or have an idea for your own podcast, shoot us an email at [email protected]
ADDRESS: 1350 Concourse Ave. Suite 142 Memphis, TN 38104 (Crosstown Concourse, central atrium)
PHONE: (901) 800-7608
Gil Worth, CEO
Carla Worth, CFO
India Nikotich, General Manager
POSTED BY BIANCA PHILLIPS ON MON, FEB 29, 2016 AT 12:37 PM
A couple of Memphis' best-known cyclists have launched a new podcast on the OAM Network.
By: GARRETT PILGRIM , MARCH 7, 2016
Memphis offers the world so much in the arts, sports, music, and more. Local podcasts are a fantastic way to learn about new ideas, have a laugh, and listen to stories from your community. You can hear authentic Memphis podcasts on your commute, while you work out, or when you just feel like listening to ideas from Memphians. Check these Memphis podcasts to stay entertained and informed.
Gil Worth played in bands for years, at one point playing in five at the same time. Music was his passion. Then he became burned out and let it all go within the span of a few months. "I felt really thrown off the horse, so I stopped listening to music and I only listened to podcasts," he says. "And that's when I decided to start one."
What do burlesque dancers, paranormal activity, and Memphis wrestling have in common? All are topics of shows that can be heard on the local podcast network OAM Audio, a new media outlet specializing in all things Memphis.
That's right kids, we're jumping on the crowdfunded bandwagon, and we need your dollars, likes and shares to avoid it being a total failure. Here at OAM Audio, we started small, but we're growing everyday!
Traditional thinking leaves podcasts to the pros, as a method to catalog recorded episodes of NPR programs and the like. But over time, serial audio recordings have evolved beyond a tool for professional broadcasters and into something the average person--without an audio/visual background--can make their own.