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The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum will serve as the home of the new Stockyards Podcast Studio! The studio and podcast are operated by Jim Austin Online and is open to individuals who want to host their own thirty-minute or one-hour talk show. How-to training is also available.

Stockyard Podcast Studio launched their debut program “The Austin Files” hosted by Fort Worth businessman, Jim Austin this week. Austin’s program airs on Wednesdays and focuses on the commercial real estate industry and North Texas events.

“I’m very excited about this new platform and opportunity to connect with the public,” he says. “It’s a wonderful time to explore new avenues of income, launch a new business or focus on a passion project since most of us are spending more time at home while shelter in place orders are in effect. Podcasts have proven to be successful outlets for people of all walks of life and all over the world; so, who knows what doors may be opened by folks sharing their voice this way!”

Other flagship programs include: “History on the Bricks” hosted by Stockyards Museum Director Teresa Burleson and recording artist Devon Dawson. The two will be interviewing Western Heritage Center Hall of Fame honorees and discussing the history of the Old West. Korblah Blewusi, Destiny Redmond and Lucina Harvey will tackle the tough issues as they relate to pop culture and the millennial outlook. Entertainment reporter and TMZ contributor Vivian Fullerlove will also host her weekly entertainment program “Hollywood Profile” where she will dish all the hottest Tinseltown news and gossip.

Stockyard Podcast Studio is partnering with radio personality Tina E, longtime host of the nationally syndicated show Smooth Jazz Weekend, on the launch. She will be working with show hosts to secure syndication of their podcasts on multiple platforms like Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and others. She explains the benefits of this exciting partnership.

“Listeners will be able to listen to the podcasts on demand, anytime, anywhere when they choose. They are no longer limited to live streams. Syndication allows them to listen on many platforms, on any mobile device as well download it for future listening and the ability to share across all digital platforms.”

For rates and time slots, contact 817-923-9305. The Jim Austin Online Podcast Studio is located at 2201 Dottie Lynn Parkway, Suite 115, Fort Worth, TX 76120.