What Is Savannah Podcast?
Savannah Podcast features interviews and lectures recorded by me, Orlando Montoya. These productions will focus on creative and passionate people. They will focus on people who are working for social change. Subjects might include history, contemporary events, business, the arts and our living planet. My interests are broad. My listening is deep. The only thing that holds it together will be my hands. I will record everything myself here in the Savannah area.
Who am I?
That’s a big question. But for your sake, I’m an award-winning audio producer. I have been on the radio since 1995. I started my radio career in Central Florida, where I grew up and went to school. I have been broadcasting in Savannah since 1998. I have interviewed literally thousands of people from all walks of life. And I have visited just about every nook and cranny of Southeast Georgia. My favorite interview subjects are artists, musicians and anyone who speaks from the heart. I’m also an avid soccer fan. I love riding bikes. I sing karaoke every week. I’m also a freelance writer and licensed tour guide in Savannah.
What Is Savannah Podcast Radio Hour?
The Savannah Podcast Radio Hour is broadcast Fridays at 2pm on WHCJ 90.3 FM “The Voice of Savannah State University.” Each radio show contains current and archived material from the Savannah Podcast.
Podcasting is mobile. You can take it with you wherever you go. You can listen to it when you want. And you can stop and start it like a DVR. So it doesn’t tie you to a radio schedule. In fact, you can make your own radio station — even mixing music and talk — with podcasting. It lets you listen to longer interviews and features. So you can go deeper into subjects that interest you. And I’m committed to keeping it free to download.
How Do I Listen?
There are two ways:
1.) You can listen on the web simply by pressing the Play icon on any of my podcast pages. Of course, you’ll be tied to the computer this way. But if you’re not interested in setting up podcasting using an application like iTunes, this might be the easiest thing for you to do.
2.) Subscribe to my podcast! This is the best way. It allows you to take the podcast with you on mobile devices such as smartphones, iPods and iPads. Simply click the Podcast icon in the upper right hand corner of the page and follow the instructions. (The podcast icon is to the left of the Facebook icon. If you can’t find it, use this link.)
I Still Can’t Figure It Out. I Need Help.
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