The Grindhouse Radio, also known as GHR is an internationally syndicated, award winning, pop culture talk radio series that is featured on iHeartRadio, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and 19 other syndicated networks with between 3.5 – 4 million listeners weekly worldwide. The Grindhouse has been ranked as high as #15 on the Overall worldwide charts for iTunes, with a weekly spot in the Top 20 Best Comedic Podcasts worldwide ranking highest at #6. Since 2015, GHR has become a trusted, daily destination for the fans.
Albeit GHR is internationally syndicated – the show and its cast have a tremendous local appeal with 620k listeners respectively in the Long Island, New York market where they reside. They were nominated and voted the 2017 Best Radio Station on Long Island over all the leading competition. In 2018 GHR was nominated and voted winners in three categories… Best Radio Station on Long Island for the second consecutive year, as well as GHR’s Brimstone winning Best Twitter account from Long Island and Best Long Island Personality over Billy Joel, Jerry Seinfeld and Alec Baldwin. It should also be noted that GHR’s Kim Adragna was nominated for the Personality Award. Furthermore, GHR was announced as a 2018 SCORE American Small Business Awards Champion and National Grand Champion – prompting a Certificate of Recognition from NY Mayor DeBlasio. On social media, GHR branded GIFs have been used over 265 million times via their official Giphy account. Notably, The Grindhouse Radio was a topic of discussion at the European Planetary Science Congress 2018 – officially making them a citable source for scientific and collegiate papers.
GHR is essentially a show that is designed to appeal to everyone, from a group of not-so “normal” people. Carefully crafted into a TWO HOUR talk radio show, the Grindhouse cast offers listeners their weekly pop culture fix of current news & events, comics, music, gadgets, gaming, sports and movies seamlessly blended into a precise format. A no holds barred, madhouse of mythological proportions, GHR aims to be the public’s weekly fix for pop-culture, nerdisms and all around oddball topics that relate to media and celebrity.