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Talking Glass Media has recently launched CAST11 – a podcast for 2021. This is the organization’s latest publishing platform amongst a group of multimedia platforms the media agency operates. These platforms include SignalsAZ.com, the region’s #1 good news website along with TG Magazine, Prescott Valley’s newest print publication. Additionally, Talking Glass Media operates the only two outdoor media platforms (digital billboards) in downtown Prescott Valley. It was just recently announced that those two digital billboards were receiving state-of-the-art upgrades, thanks to Talking Glass Media’s parent company, Fain Signature Group.
We’ve been planning our new podcast for some time now. Unique to CAST11, we will be able to leverage our text-to-speech(TTS) technology utilized on our website SignalsAZ.com. For those that don’t already know, readers of SignalsAZ.com can now listen to any of our stories using this TTS technology. We will downloading many of the leading stories from SignalsAZ.com via TTS and publishing to the CAST11 podcast. This “computer generated news” will be complemented on the podcast with live interviews, conversations, and live streaming events.
The CAST11 podcast is an effort to provide the residents of our region multiple channels to consume their information while also providing our marketing clients and partner advertising agencies access to powerful publishing platforms. For example, SignalsAZ.com is approaching nearly 4 Million page views in 2020, and is a member of Google News and Apple News. Of course, these publishing platforms are complemented by our numerous social media pages.
We are excited about 2021. We will be moving into our new offices located in the heart of Prescott Valley’s entertainment district in Spring. These offices will house our multimedia video production, print and digital editorial, sales and podcasting studios. Additionally, we will be going to print on our spring edition of TG Magazine covering “Tech in Arizona”.