Culture Casts has the privilege of collaborating with some of the top producers in the country. Check out our work below.
Developing Travel Programs with customized content packages has been a successful part of Tony Bol’s portfolio ever since the development of MPR Custom Travel for Minnesota Public Radio. Culture Casts offers a range of travel resources alongside deep experience with aligning talent with relevant destinations and meaningful programming – all essential for successful public media travel offerings. (Below: Tony Bol with Kevin Kling in Greece.)
NPR Presents Michel Martin, Going There
This series featuring All Things Considered host Michel Martin has been a part of Tony Bol’s portfolio since January, 2015. The series visits cities across the country to strike up conversations about issues of national interest that are recorded for public radio broadcast. (Below: The Going There group.)
Public Radio Podcast Upfront
The first-ever public radio podcast upfront took place in New York City in March, 2015. It included representatives from public radio’s podcasting leaders NPR, WNYC, and WBEZ. Tony Bol designed the stage program for the invite-only event that featured talent including Ira Glass, Guy Raz and Glynn Washington. (Below: Tony Bol and Ira Glass at the upfront.)
NPR Presents Family Matters
NPR Presents Family Matters brings Morning Edition host David Greene to cities around the country for conversations between regular people and financial experts, revealing the impact of personal finance on people’s lives. (Below: On the set for Family Matters.)
The Longest Shortest Time
Tony Bol works with new programs such as The Longest Shortest Time, a podcast for new mothers. For this show, Bol is building interactive events across the country in the spirit of mom-friends finding mom-friends.
Off Our Chests
New ways of thinking bring heartfelt stories to the stage such as in “Off Our Chests,” a project in Saint Paul. In this production, women brought their honest and sometimes funny stories about breasts to the stage. This program was part of a breast cancer awareness series. (Below: Images from “Off Our Chests.”)