Snap Judgment Joins Forces With WNYC In New Partnership
“Amazing. Like a cousin of This American Life that grew up in a wildly different neighborhood…” – Ira Glass
(August 19, 2015 -- New York, NY) – WNYC today announced a new partnership with Snap Judgment, one of the highest-ranked podcasts to emerge from the public radio system, as well as a successful radio show distributed by NPR.
Snap Judgment LIVE is fixing to rock DC, and you're invited!
The nation's finest storytellers join Glynn Washington and the Snap Judgment Playas on stage for a story extravaganza.
This show will absoulutely sell out. Get your tickets now cause when they are gone, they are GONE . . .
This weekend NPR's new hit show, Snap Judgment, explodes multimedia programing history.
This Friday, we're dropping a nationally broadcast TV show, an NPR radio extravaganza, an exclusive "web only" storytelling film, and a raw (uncensored, unedited, uncut) release of the sold-out Snap Judgment Stageshow, "Drama Mama."
Audiences are already raving:
Think you can kick your story for a live Snap Judgment audience?
Well, listen up. Snap Judgment is the smoking hot new NPR radio show broadcast on over 160 stations nationwide, reaching almost a quarter million people each and every week (the fastest growing show in public media).
We’re about to bust out a brand new live episode show, at the Oakland Museum of California, Friday June 3rd, Saturday June 4th.
The theme of the show? “Drama, Mama!”
Snap Judgment - cloak and dagger style, baby! You're not gonna believe who double-crossed who on Snap's "The Grey Zone." Subscribe now and get the free podcast delivered piping-hot to your device thingy.
Snap Judgment, "Storytelling, with a BEAT" is calling for stories!
Snap rocks character and producer narrated, dramatic, first-person stories that air on over 160 NPR stations (and growing) nationwide. Snap stories are heavily produced with music and sound design and need not have a news hook. Distributed by PRX and NPR, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, pay scale is on par with other national radio programs.
This weekend, Snap Judgment leaps from NPR radio to your TV!