Learn Five Storytelling Tips from Popular Horror Podcasts

SteveRamosMedia
6 min readNov 14, 2022

Discover content creation pointers that benefit all podcast genres.

Learn Five Storytelling Tips from popular Horror Podcasts to help launch your first podcast or refresh your current series. Photo by SR Media.

Are you still munching leftover Halloween candy while binging scary movies? Halloween Week stretches all 365 days of the year for genre fans. Listening to horror podcasts provides valuable tips for crafting compelling podcast content that connects with audiences. Better yet, these pointers benefit all podcast genres. You may be looking to spark your podcast chat show. Are you thinking about producing narrative podcasts? Learn Five Storytelling Tips from popular Horror Podcasts to help launch your first podcast or refresh your current series.

The Film Flamers co-hosts Chris and Robert deliver astounding details about past cult horror films.

Be An Expert

I’m listening to the horror movie podcast The Film Flamers. Co-hosts Chris and Robert combine impressive research into past horror movies with comic chatter. It’s astounding the details and facts they deliver about cult films. You can tell Chris and Robert are true horror fans and pals. That’s key to the success of The Film Flamers. Genre geeks want to spend time with horror fans they trust, fans who know more than they do. Are you launching a podcast chat show about a favorite topic, business category, product, or service? Like The Film Flamers, you must consistently research and become an expert. Audiences subscribe to shows they trust and follow hosts who know more than they do.

Inspirational Podcasts:

Name: The Film Flamers

Genre: Conversation.

Topic: Horror Movies

Narrative podcasts like Southern Gothic require extra work, but they’re worth it.

Be A Storyteller

Narrative podcasts and story-driven shows require extra scripting and casting, but they’re worth the effort. I’m listening to Campfire Tales from the Southern Gothic podcast, and there’s nothing else like it in the world of podcasting. Sibling creators Brandon Schexnayder and Bryanne Schexnayder research and recreate ghost stories from the American South. Southern Gothic gives me the frights…

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SteveRamosMedia

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