Hey, audio coffee drinkers! I’m excited to report that the past three months have been our biggest, most-listened-to ever. Since November 1st, our flagship podcast, the Orthodox Conundrum, has over 5500 downloads; the Maimonides Minute has over 8500 downloads; Chochmat Nashim has 9500 downloads; and Intimate Judaism has 12,500 downloads. (Makes you wonder why Orthodox Conundrum is our flagship podcast, but whatever.) Plus, we also have added the highly regarded Franciska Show to our lineup, and a revamped Holy Madness podcast will be starting up in the next few weeks. We’ve also begun discussions with other creators about joining the JCH network; look for some interesting developments there in the coming days and weeks. All this in just ninety days!
The next ninety should be even better. Starting in February, we’ll start releasing our members-only content, including the very first episode of Ask the Rabbis, with Rabbi Moshe Simkovich and me talking about some serious theological issues. Alongside that, we’ll soon release our first episode of Intellectual Spirituality, as well as additional blog posts and more. (Not to mention free, extremely coveted JCH merch.) If you’re interested in joining the team, just go to our Patreon page where for as little as $2 a month, you can help Jewish Coffee House continue to grow, while getting audio and physical swag.
This is a great time to thank our first patrons, whom I see as my fellow JCH teammates. When you signed up as patrons, you became part of the team; frankly, you’re the reason that we’re able to continue to produce and release such top notch content. Everyone here at JCH is very appreciative for your help; please let us know whenever you have suggestions about how to make things even better.
Here’s to setting even more records in the next ninety days!
Happy listening –