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DC-based Podcaster Ronald Young Jr. shares his podcasting journey and the power of storytelling

podcast February 14, 2024


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In this episode of The Truth in This Art, host Rob Lee interviews Ronald Young Jr., a critically acclaimed audio producer, host, storyteller, and pop culture enthusiast. They discuss Ronald’s journey in storytelling, his early experiences with audio production, and his passion for vulnerable and impactful storytelling. 🎙📚🎧


Episode Highlights:

  • Ronald’s earliest memories of storytelling in church and his love for movies and television. [00:02:09-00:02:23] 🕰️📖🎥
  • How Ronald’s interest in audio storytelling developed through programs like Adventures in Odyssey and The Big Broadcast. [00:04:10-00:04:21] 📻🎙️
  • Ronald’s journey in audio production, from working in radio to starting his own podcasts. [00:05:27-00:05:48] 🎤🎧🎙️
  • The importance of vulnerability and emotional growth in storytelling. [00:22:15-00:22:25] 💔💡
  • Ronald’s experience with live storytelling shows and the power of effective storytelling mechanics. [00:25:10-00:25:20] 🎤🎭
  • The challenges and rewards of being an independent podcaster and the importance of staying true to your vision. [00:34:37-00:34:47] 🌟💼


Key Takeaways:

  • Effective storytelling involves taking the audience on a journey of emotional growth and transformation. 🔄📈
  • The power of audio storytelling lies in immersing the listener and allowing them to make their own connections and interpretations. 🎧💭
  • It’s important to stay true to your vision and not compromise your storytelling style for the sake of others’ expectations. 🚀🎨

Check out Ronald Young Jr.’s podcasts, Leaving the Theater and Weight For It, for engaging and thought-provoking storytelling.

Social Media:
Website: ohitsbigron.com 🌐
Instagram: ohitsbigron 📸
Twitter: @OhitsBIGRON 🐦
LinkedIn: Ronald Young Jr. 👔

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Original music by Daniel Alexis Music with additional music from Chipzard.

Episode illustration by Alley Kid Art.

About “The Truth In This Art

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