Category Archives: One-Time Pod

Podcast Building: Substance and Style

  In the Zodiac Killer episode from the One Time Pod, the podcast creator kept her audience engaged both through stylistic aspects and an interesting topic. I particularly enjoyed the use of ominous background music that changed as the speaker told the story to build the mood—it was also just the perfect sound level so […] Continue reading

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The Captivating Story of a Serial Killer

The first thing that I noticed in the podcast “A Killer on the Loose: The Zodiac Ciphers” by Kelsey Brown was the background music. The music went well with the topic of the podcast. The music sounded very ominous and I think that relates to the dark theme of the podcast. Without even completing the […] Continue reading

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Analysis of One-Time Pod “Something Out of Nothing”

I listened to the podcast “Something Out of Nothing” by Maria Sellers. In this podcast, Sellers explained how a bi-literal cipher could point to Shakespeare not being who we really think he is. Overall, I found the entire premise for the podcast to be very interesting. For me, the topic directly undermines a concept I […] Continue reading

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