- Cadence13 will launch 'C13Features' a new podcast studio that will bring new storytelling to podcasts.
One of the leading premium podcast companies, Cadence13 announced today the launch of C13Features, a groundbreaking podcast feature studio focused on creating a wide-ranging slate of compelling feature-length stories of all genres that appeal to a wide audience.
The podcasts will follow a movie arc style with a fictionalized story with a beginning, a middle, and end, all in one episode. By using a traditional Hollywood blockbuster movie creative approach to construct audio, their plan is to create a brand-new experience of storytelling to the podcast listening universe, while also creating an incubator for a new kind of IP, attractive for film and television.
One-episode original scripted features will be helmed by Hollywood writers, directors, actors, and composers, featuring cinematic sound design and production with a run time of 90-120 minutes each. The episodes will be intended to be a franchise with multiple seasons. Stories will range from thrillers to dramas and stories inspired by true events.
“As someone who studies and loves the idea of the blockbuster movie experience, from Jaws to Jurassic Park, combined with our collective love and passion for podcasts, C13Features sets out to capture the imagination in a bold new way for audio,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13 and Executive Producer, C13Features. “The intention is to redefine the movie experience, inviting listeners to plug in their headphones and get lost in a wholly-original podcast movie.”
Corcoran created and developed the concept for C13Features and will serve as an executive producer for all productions/features. Cadence13 will partner with Endeavor Content throughout the process.
“Cadence13 has launched a truly innovative concept by bringing the traditional moviegoing experience to listeners of podcasts,” said Endeavor Content Co-Presidents Graham Taylor and Chris Rice. “This approach marks an evolution in podcasting, and we are excited for this partnership as we continue to identify ways to support the development of high-quality audio content.”