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#5814: Gratcast seeks Artists Who Won't Sacrifice Integrity For Success

We want to talk to talented and driven artists who have made their path more difficult than it needed to be for the sake of your integrity.

We want to celebrate character and share your story while having an open conversation about what we can do as artists to take control over our own careers and not allow the establishment to hold any power over us.

Show Name: *
Gratcast - Taking on Hollywood and telling the tales.
Show Description: *
Hosted by filmmaker and Gratwick founder Kris Hulbert, Gratcast is a weekly podcast about bringing accountability to the entertainment industry. The show is also a social commentary on our society and features lighter elements ranging from video games to conspiracy theories.
Show Host Name(s):
Kris Hulbert, John Hoadley
Booking Contact for Interviews: *
Andrea Vahl
Booking Email Address: * andrea@gratwickproductions.com
Audience Size and Demographics for Your Show: *
A few hundred viewers engage with the show live every week and several hundred more listen in on the audio version reposted 2 days later.
Show Format: *
  • Internet radio show
  • Recorded podcast
  • Video webcast
Station Call Letters + Network(s) + Broadcast Schedule + Time Zone + Format: *
We prefer to record live on Mondays at 6pm PT so our audience can engage with the show. Prerecorded interviews can be done as an exception.

Guests join the show via a website and Twitter login. Your webcam and Twitter handle will appear on screen with the hosts.
How many episodes have you already produced? *
  • 101+ episodes
Website URL: * http://gratcast.com
Show URL: * http://gratcast.com
We do not encourage this but if you charge for interviews, ask for co-promotions, request "donations", or have other expectations of your guests, what are they and what do guests get back?
We expect guests to be easy going with a sense of humor, yet still be professional.

The more you're willing to share the better. We prefer to talk about opinions or subjects our guests are passionate about, but typically get glossed over in cookie cutter interviews.