reVolver Podcasts and The Immigrant Archive Project Bring to Podcasting The Voices and Stories of the Modern Immigrant Experience
Dallas, TX – June 23, 2022 — reVolver Podcasts, a leader in on-demand audio announced its new partnership with the Immigrant Archive Project, the nation’s leading oral history project on the modern immigrant experience. This amazing podcast work will showcase digital audio that records, archives and shares the stories of immigrants in the United States in order to help us understand the modern immigrant experience and its vital contributions to American society.
Since 2008, Immigrant Archive Project production teams, led by IAP Founder Tony Hernandez, have documented the stories of over 3,000 immigrants from countries around the world. These are real, unscripted stories of men, women and children who have sacrificed to become American by choice and now will be available al reVolver for downloading and listening on demand.
“We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Immigrant Archive Project Podcast series in partnership with our friends at reVolver Podcasts,” said Tony Hernandez, Founder and host of the Immigrant Archive Project. “Fourteen years ago, we set out with a simple mission, to record, preserve and share the most remarkable immigrant stories. And we’ve recorded thousands of them. These are the real, unscripted stories of rock stars, film legends, entrepreneurs and everyday folks who epitomize the immigrant journey. Each week we’ll take a deep dive into the archive to present to you, for the very first time, the voices behind our most memorable interviews.”
As a Cuban political refugee, Mr. Hernandez is well aware of the contributions made and challenges faced by immigrants in the United States. In 2008, he saw a need to humanize the polarized issue of immigration through genuine storytelling that opens hearts and minds by highlighting our shared humanity.
“It’s truly an honor for reVolver Podcasts to have the opportunity to work with the Immigrant Archive Project as well as Tony Hernandez, their work is a great collection of human stories that highlight the American spirit, hardworking people with a burning desire to succeed and provide for their families, a quintessentially American story.” said Jack Hobbs, President of reVolver Podcasts.
All the great reVolver Podcasts programming can be found for free to millions of listeners in the US, and around the world at www.revolverpodcasts.com, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Deezer, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, the SXM App, and coming soon Facebook Audio.
About reVolver Podcasts
reVolver Podcasts is the leading multicultural, audio-on-demand content creator and distributor in the U.S. Home to Erazno y La Chokolata, El Show de Piolín The Chef Kulture Podcast, The Anik & Florian Podcast, Alex “El Genio” Lucas, A Ukrainian American: Inside Kyiv , Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo, Don Cheto Al Aire, Luis Jimenez Podcast, Panda Show – Sin Censura and Panda Show – Censurado plus more than 70 additional programs spanning sports, music, finance, entertainment, lifestyle, health and wellness, inspiration, news, branded content and live events, the podcasts are distributed on reVolverPodcasts.com, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Deezer, AmazonMusic, Stitcher, Pandora and the iHeart Radio app. For more information about the company visit www.revolverpodcasts.com
About the Immigrant Archive Project
The Immigrant Archive Project (IAP) is the nation’s leading oral history project on the modern immigrant experience. The IAP has earned numerous national honors and has been designated for preservation by the U.S. Library of Congress. Established in 2008, the IAP is a 501 (c) (3) registered organization.