With pride in our community comes knowledge of our community. In promoting local culture and empowering the local community, we have selected five of South Florida’s most in-demand podcasts for your listening pleasure. Covering everything from history to nations, music to local politics, check them out and be sure let us know what you think!
Florida Memory | A Division of Library & Information Services
A database of video and audio, The Florida Memory Project has an extensive collection of podcasts dedicated to recording the history of Florida. While this site covers information about the whole state, a large number of podcasts are dedicated to South Florida, as well as the public figures and trademarks from here. These podcasts are dedicated to educating future generations and instilling nostalgia and pride amongst our current population.
Seminole Tribe of Florida | Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Musem
Noted as “A place to learn. A place to remember,” the Seminole Tribe of Florida captures history in ways most Americans have not heard it before. Covering the history and truths of the Seminole Indians throughout the Southern region of Florida and through to the north, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki archives are evergreen and relevant to the history of many of our Seminole brothers and sisters in South Florida. Covering historical events, places and people, you will catch a glimpse of life amongst the Seminole Tribe. You will also encounter topics of interest, relating to societal boundaries and civil rights as it pertains to the Seminole Nation. This is a highly educational and very interesting podcast to follow.
Planted in Miami
A podcast dedicated to “all things Miami,” Planted in Miami covers the Miami lifestyle, community issues, social awareness, commerce, healthy living and local culture. They cover everything from music to farming in the Miami area. With the goal of “putting Miami on the map as a forward thinking city,” as opposed to being known solely as a tourism city. For hosts Alexander and Jeanette Ruiz, it’s not just a vacation spot — “it’s home.”
WLRN | Public Radio & Television
A trusted source for local information and entertainment in the South Florida area, WLRN is an award-winning radio and television network. Licensed to the school board of Dade Country, WLRN has created a full-fledged news and media site that includes a large number of podcasts about South Florida, including everything from entertainment to meeting notes. Educational and informative, WLRN has become one of the most listened to sources in podcasting in the area.
The Rich Roffman Show
Veteran publisher Richard Roffman covers “all things South Florida,” as he analyzes “what works – or doesn’t work.” Comparing local businesses to national companies from the same area, he details business intelligence to discuss solutions and keys to improvement. He also covers family issues, education, crime, healthcare, travel and all other business-related and politically-charged concerns “that makes sense to us and fit into our daily lives.” Well-received by the community, Roffman brings business owners and local politicians on the show for an exciting-yet-informative moment in South Florida history.
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