“Electrified” content with fellow artists, activists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, politicos and beyond. Hosted by artist, advocate, and content creator, Jim Fogarty. The ProdCast is for mature audiences.
Tim Phares, creator and publisher of Stank Magazine
Curated disgust and irreverent shock humor with Stank Magazine's, Tim Phares, as we delve into the world of self published comic book creation, the blood, sweat and vomit contained in their first issue, and the potential of filling a void left by Mad Magazine.
James "Nickels" Dignan, retired Colonel USAF
Flying into a hurricane to hunting Russian submarines, we Prod about Chuck Yeager's recent death, UFO's and more with former Commander of the Youngstown Airforce Reserve Station.
Brian Stiles, Head Coach Ohio Div. 2 Boys Soccer State Champions
#1 nationally ranked Warren Howland Tigers Boys Soccer head coach, Brian Stiles, gives his recipe for success in their reckoning to return and win the 2020 Division II Ohio State Championship.
Morris Ray, radio personality and political talk show host.
Morris Ray, formerly of I Heart radio's The Mo Ray Show and currently of The Other Side prods towards solutions about the current state of Presidential politics post the 2020 election and defeat of Donald Trump.
Ken Haidaris / Sunrise Entertainment and Jim Bugos / WD Packard Music Hall
Pizza and promotions with two of Warren's entertainment managers and promoters who work together to drive the economic engine in the redevelopment of downtown Warren, Ohio's entertainment district.
Herm Breuer, combat veteran and President of the NACVSO
Herm Breuer, President of the National Association
of County Veterans Service Officers, shares his thoughtful experiences of being wounded in action, the affects and challenges of combat trauma; re-acclimation to civilian life and how that led him to a path of advocacy for our countries veterans.
Nice to have a podcast about the hometown
Went to School with Jimmy. So proud of what he is doing for the for the area. Great guests and since I don't live in town anymore, it's nice to hear how things are going back home.