Meet Sarah and Ray Smith, the Husband-Wife Founders of a Houston-Based Podcasting Service
After living in Houston, TX, for several months, I finally found a suitable workspace. Coffee shops — with their unreliable WiFi and unpredictable crowds – weren’t cutting it for me. So, I spent a week bouncing around coworking spaces in the city before picking a permanent home. Little did I know that in my new work home, I would discover one of the coolest startups in Houston, TX. The Houston Pod is a podcasting service operated by the husband-wife team, Sarah and Ray Smith. I convinced the pair to sit down with me for a few minutes and tell me their story. Read More.
Meet Sarah and Ray Smith of The Houston Pod in Downtown
The Houston Pod was birthed from our common passion for communication and how vital it is for our community, society, and business. As a creative and innovator our co-founder, Ray Smith, has over 15 years of experience in creative writing and audiovisual technology. Likewise, his counterpart, Sarah Smith, has an avid passion for speaking and business strategy and development. From a young age, they both knew that they wanted to be entrepreneurs. As native Houstonians, they felt inspired by the technological advancement opportunity in Houston and decided to be the first to launch a full-service podcasting company in the city. Read more.
Novel Coworking Client Story: @thehoustonpod is Houston’s first full-service podcasting studio, right in the Novel Coworking Scanlan Building! The company offers editing, recording, and marketing services to podcast shows of all calibers, whether they’re launching or streamlining production. The Houston Pod is one of the coolest places to converse on hot topics, educate your client base, and get your message out into the world. #writeyourstory
The Texas Renaissance Festival Announces Launch of Weekly Podcast
“The Houston Pod is thrilled to be joining forces with the Texas Renaissance Festival for the launch of their premier podcast. It is an honor to be a part of the rich legacy of the Texas Renaissance Festival as they approach their 46th season as the nation’s largest renaissance festival. “Here Ye, Here Ye” is sure to be another fantastic addition to the many amazing attractions, experiences, and vendors that TRF has to offer. You will not want to miss it,” said Ray Smith of The Houston Pod. Read More.