We're building a true-crime podcast about a 2005 murder in Austin. We would appreciate your feedback, but please don't fill this survey out if you don't listen to true-crime podcasts.
Do you find recaps from previous episodes helpful for long-form podcasts?
Do you enjoy teasers (a look into the next episode) at the end of a true-crime podcast episode?
How much do you like to hear about a narrator's personal experience in a true-crime podcast?
Would you prefer to hear about a victim's life in a single episode or woven throughout a full season?
Would you visit a website with supplementary information about a podcast? (evidence, photos, sound bites, trial info)
What's your ideal podcast length?
If you'd like to be a part of one of our focus groups, and you live in Austin, please leave your email below. (we won't use your email for anything else)
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