That Sounds Fun Podcast Network Adds Three New Shows

That Sounds Fun Podcast Network Adds Three New Shows

New York Times best-selling author and podcaster Annie F. Downs’ That Sounds Fun Podcast Network (TSFN) is excited to announce the addition of three new shows to their eclectic roster: Deck the Hallmark, Wear We Are, and Raising Boys and Girls.“As the Network continues to grow, it’s such an honor to get to work with a wide variety of podcasters meeting a lot of different needs,” Downs remarked. “I’m excited about how we have grown and feel like these additions are perfect for where we want the network to continue to go.”
Deck the Hallmark launched June 27th and features Brandon Gray and Daniel Thompson, two dads from South Carolina and the hosts of Deck the Hallmark, a podcast that has been ranked in Apple Podcast’s Top 15 overall and Top 5 Comedy. Within the first year, the program received one million downloads and was featured on Good Morning America and Nightline, and in the pages of O, Southern Living, Cosmopolitan, and Esquire.
Wear We Are launched August 22nd and is hosted by Michael Wear, a former White House staffer, and Melissa Wear, a consultant and European affairs specialist. This daily companion podcast to their Reclaiming Hope newsletter, releases long-form episodes on Sundays featuring marital chatter about the latest in politics, faith and family life. Monday through Thursdays, Michael shares five minute episodes featuring current news + events in the political realm in a consumable and easy-to-understand way.
Raising Boys and Girls launches on the TSFN network today. With four seasons under its belt, every every episode is filled with what counselors David Thomas, Sissy Goff and Melissa Trevathan, learn in the work they do with kids and families on a daily basis at Daystar Counseling in Nashville, TN. Their goal is to help parents and caregivers care for the kids in your life with a little more understanding, a little more practical help and a whole lot of hope.
“As a network of podcasts, we are constantly looking for shows that fulfill content gaps with a unique perspective and speak to a diverse audience,” comments TSFN co-founder Kelli Haywood. “Deck the Hallmark, Wear We Are, and Raising Boys and Girls are perfect examples of podcasts that do just that. We are honored to have them join the network alongside our other amazing shows.”
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