OnTheGo in Fort Worth
By Jason E. Norris and Tiffany Norris from OnTheGo.FM
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In 2016, Jason E. Norris and Tiffany Norris created audio stories about fun, family-friendly activities and events in their community. Here is the Fort Worth, Texas collection. "OnTheGo in Fort Worth" is a Podcast Local Initiative. Local podcasts are popping up all over the world. People are exploring their communities, talking with neighbors, and telling their stories. Would you like to make the place you live a better place to live? Podcasting is one way to do that. Learn more by listening to "Podcast Local" from OnTheGo.FM.
||CleanFresh Food and Fun at the Cowtown Farmers Market in Fort Worth (Episode 7)||Jason, Tiffany, and the girls take a trip to the Cowtown Farmers Market. Listen as they talk with farmers, get goat cheese, and meet a new four-legged friend. If you like the Cowtown Farmers Market, you can like them on Facebook. Or visit their web site.||7/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMaking Memories on McCart Ave. (Episode 6)||Tiffany and Jason reminisce about past and present experiences along McCart Avenue in Fort Worth, Texas. What roads hold special memories for you? Share in the comments below or click contact to leave a voice message.||4/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanArt, music, and funnel cake at the Main Street Arts Festival in Fort Worth (Episode 5)||Date night this night included a walk down Main Street. It was the annual Main Street Arts Festival in Fort Worth, Texas. Find out what we enjoyed and discovered on this episode, and share your own experiences in the comments below! Mentioned in this episode: Episode 2: Choosing music and images to represent Fort Worth [...]||4/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanStrolling through the Fort Worth Stockyards (Episode 4)||It’s perhaps the most Western spot in Cowtown. We went to the Fort Worth Stockyards during Cowtown Goes Green, a St. Patrick’s Day celebration for the whole family. There was a parade, fun food, and even armadillo races! But a lot was happening that you can see every day. Join us as we stroll through [...]||4/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanExploring the Fort Worth Public Library (Episode 3)||Links: Check out the Fort Worth Public Library||4/6/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChoosing music and images to represent Fort Worth (Episode 2)||Mentioned in this episode OnTheGo.FM, a metapodcast (Episode 84): Do you need music for your podcast? These 2 things will help you make a theme that is truly unique! Hometown by Handlebar, a blog by Mike Nichols: “Follow the Red Brick Roads” Michael Pollard, musician: Arranged and performed the theme for this season of OnTheGo [...]||3/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHello Fort Worth (Episode 1)||--||3/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
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Jason Norris does a great job on every show I’ve listened to. Since I live in Dallas, but am not from here originally, I look forward to this show teaching me many things about Fort Worth I didn’t know.
You can trust Jason and Tiffany
I love hearing about a place I used to live!
I've been listening to OnTheGo.fm Podcast since its inception. It recently took a turn when episodes began focusing on Local-based podcasts about the city of Fort Worth.
As a person formerly from Fort Worth, affectionately known to us as "Cowtown," I was intrigued. It's been a fun journey with Jason Norris and his wife Tiffany, as they explore many of the sights and sounds of the Fort Worth environs (especially check out things like the Stockyards episode).
OnTheGo is an authentic, organic, earthy, and genuine podcast. It's one that isn't afraid to explore new vistas and to take listeners with them on location and I find that incredibly refreshing. In fact, I believe this would be a great tool for the CVB (convention bureau) in Fort Worth, as it's a niche podcast that is rooted in the city and it's a champion of Fort Worth. There could be a neat partnership there because of relationships and access the FWCVB could provide OnTheGo.FM.
I encourage others to check out the podcast. I'm a fan.