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We love working with cool people, companies, and like-minded individuals. All sponsorships are flexible based on your budget and goals. 




Sponsorship packages generally include:

  1. In-show ad messaging (host-read, can include key brand messaging, code, etc)

  2. In-show testimonial or demo

  3. Social sponsor mention in organic and paid posts (Instagram, FB, Google) across network properties and partners

  4. Website and email inclusion


Audience: Prosumer, Audiophiles, Professional and hobbyist, artists, social conscious, skews higher income


Current podcast and magazine Inventory:

Monthly downloads: 60,000 +

150k + social followers



The DR & the DJ

The DR & the DJ is a podcast about the power of music, health, and community hosted by DR Amy Lindsey and DJ John Richards. Amy and John share their own experiences in the pursuit of health and the health of their communities. They chat with musicians, authors, doctors, and more and have fun along the way.


Tour Stories

Hosted by Joe Plummer of Cold War Kids, The Shins, Modest Mouse

Stories and candid conversations with well-known musicians about life on the road, song writing and more (primary markets: US, Canada, Japan).


From The Shins "New Slang" to Fugazi's "Waiting Room" we deep dive with the songwriter on whatversion they like best, the demo or the studio version, highlighting the creative process and struggle along the way.

The COVID Diaries

Hosted by a journalist and a nurse who happens to be the bass player for rock band Mudhoney, a true-life look behind the headlines first-hand account of what it was like behind the scenes at a major American hospital as the Covid-19 pandemic swept through the United States.


Diddie Wah Diddie podcast

The Blues City Grammy nominated bluesman Jontavious Willis interviews Blues legends and up-and-comers about their influences, their creative process and Black America.

Launches October 2020


Fretboard Journal Podcast

The Fretboard Journal Magazine's weekly podcast, celebrating luthiers, music innovators and subjects from the Fretboard magazine.

The longest running guitar podcast in the industry (primary markets: US, Canada, Australia, UK).


The Truth About Vintage Amps Podcast

Car Talk for amplifiers: An offbeat, weekly show where listeners from around the world ask amp tech Skip Simmons for advice on guitar amplifiers, life and kitchen hacks.

Listeners in over 80 countries (primary markets: US, Canada, Australia, and the UK).


The Truth About Recording & Mixing

Seattle's Crackle & Pop! studio and the Fretboard Journal have teamed up for an all-new podcast where we answer your pressing questions about recording, audio engineering, producing, and mastering. Hosted by Johnny Sangster, each episode will feature special guests from the industry lending their expertise on all things recording.


Tomorrow We Die!

A podcast with independent and heavy bands like The Sword, Blood Brothers and more telling stories of band life and the struggles of being a touring musician.


Design Freaks

Conversation with artists and designers on iconic rock and roll art, record covers and more.

Record Stories podcast

Stories from the Beastie Boys, Pearl Jam and more about their favorite record stores and the culture within.

Print magazine

The Fretboard Journal: The world's only keepsake guitar magazine, now celebrating its 15th year of publishing. Quarterly, coffee-table style magazine for acoustic and electric guitar collectors featuring in-depth interviews with legends, collectors and craftspeople. Dubbed the "NPR of guitar magazines," big focus on Americana, rock, and jazz legends.

Circulation: 21,000.

e-Newsletter: 40,000

Facebook followers: 172,000

 Instagram followers: 36,000


Recent Survey:

Over 70% have over 20 instruments.

62%: Have been playing music for over 20 years.

Avg HHI: $220,000+

86%: College degree or higher