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Here’s how it works. Sponsors pay into the cooperative each month to form a fund. Podcasts sign up to read a 140-character pre-roll ad. We pay podcasts a flat $50 per episode. Pretty simple.
The CPC is sponsored and run by Cards Against Humanity. Right now we’re only interested in working with Chicago-based podcasts and Chicago-based sponsors. If you don’t live in Chicago and you’d like to participate, Craigslist is a great resource to find an apartment here.
Sponsors include pretty much every cool company in the city – we’ll screen sponsors and podcasts so that only the best stuff gets in. If you’d like to be involved, click on one of the buttons above.
Clint, Jared and a guest talk about one movie each week – old or new, good or bad – and create a custom cocktail and drinking game for it.
Comedians Mel Evans and Mark Colomb force each other to watch their favorite movies and TV. The title started as a joke but led to a marriage. It’s still just a podcast.
Blastropodcast is a comedy talk show, focused on science, bursting with absurdity.
Blurry Photos humorously sheds light on the shadowy topics of the world. From cryptozoology and the paranormal to conspiracies and the unexplained, Dave and David want you to learn something weird.
A film podcast where Matt K. and Ry The Movie Guy along with Eliaz Rodriguez talk to authors, musicians, technologists and any interesting people about their take on the movies.
Jenn & Trin discuss friendship, particularly between ladies. They tackle the tricky stuff like “How can I make friends as an adult?” “How do I end a toxic friendship?” and more.
Every episode of Full Disclosure features writer and comedian Eric Barry recording intensely revealing interviews with adult performers, sexologists, comedians, and others in the entertainment industry.
One day in Chicago, Arnie Niekamp fell through a magical rift behind a Burger King and found himself in a strange magical land called Foon. He broadcasts a weekly podcast back to his former dimension.
Whitaker Trebella and Brice Puls tackle some of life’s most frivilous arguments and fiercely try to teach each other why they’re right.
Improvised Star Trek is an improvised parody of Star Trek featuring the adventures of the crew of the USS Sisyphus, a slightly less enterprising starship.
Each week Pat invites new and old friends into a studio where anything can happen. Former guests include murderers, ghosts, milk men, centaurs, and that nice fella’ who lives down the street.
Exploring the cultural context of video games with Kotaku reporter Patrick Klepek, freelance writer Gita Jackson, and middle school teacher Sam Phillips.
Host Mary Beth Smith cuts the BS out of conversation by discussing a topic her guest unabashedly loves thus discovering why people love what we do and how that passion affects us.
ONE SHOT is an actual play podcast that records improvisers, game designers, and other notable nerds playing RPGs. Every month brings a new game, cast of players in a self contained adventure.
A weekly podcast exploring digital humanity from the black perspective. New episodes on Wednesdays.
Our Fair City is a subversive post-apocalyptic science fiction audio epic…for the internet.
If you like this show we think you would really enjoy Random Conversations with Elizabeth, learn, be entertained and live vicariously through the lives of other people.
Max Temkin (Cards Against Humanity) and Patrick Klepek (Kotaku) rewatch one episode of LOST each week.
Alex and Savannah discuss robots and feminism but mostly robots.
Each week Chicago comedians Tim Dunn, Clayton Margeson, and Kellen Terrett team up with a special guest to discuss their thoughts and feelings on the world of video games.
Dave Lang and Darryl Wisner share tales from the front lines of game development and talk current envents in the games industry.
In the CAMPAIGN podcast a small, consistent group of Chicago improvisers play through an ongoing role-playing game set in the Star Wars universe. It’s hosted by Kat Kuhl.
Join boy detectives The Koch Brothers as they use their billions of dollars and shadowy government influence to solve the country’s most harrowing crimes– crimes they most certainly didn’t commit!
Tight Pencils is a show that explores the process of making art and comics. Each episode, Matt and Kevin sit down with a maker, drawer, cartoonist, painter, or designer to find out more about their work and what inspires them to create.
What Else is an interview show spanning various topics and fields of endeavor. It’s like the Charlie Rose show, but with less Charlie.
Write Club is literature as bloodsport. Two opposing writers, two opposing ideas, each fighting for deathless glory. Hosted by polar opposites Ian Belknap and Lindsay Muscato.
Twice a month, hosts Stefania and Arden chat with the folks who make Chicago’s legendary food, keep our streets safe, star in our shows, organize our festivals, play our unique music and more.
Your Stories is a biweekly live show-turned-podcast completely created by our audience. We prompt our storytellers with a theme and they craft a story (or any other performance) in response.