Listen to the FCC Podcast Network whenever and wherever you want

Featuring over 20 individual podcasts, the FCC Podcast Network has grown to be one of the top podcast networks in the upper Midwest. The network delivers engaging conversation from reputable hosts on a wide array of interests, news topics and more.

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The FCC Podcast Network is a new, convenient option to stay informed on your favorite topics like news, sports, health and more. Our podcasts put you in control for convenient, easy listening whenever and wherever you want. Subscribe to our podcasts for free today and experience the benefits.

You’re in control

Once you’ve subscribed to a podcast, new episodes automatically download to your computer or mobile device as soon as they are available. Unlike traditional radio, podcasts let you pause, rewind, fast-forward or re-play at the push of a button, making it a convenient, time-efficient way to stay informed.

A podcast for everyone

With over 20 podcasts within the FCC Podcast Network , there’s something for everyone. Take a look at a few of our top podcasts:

Dakota Spotlight

Host James Wolner’s unique storytelling and investigative reporting has made Dakota Spotlight, a true-crime podcast from the upper Midwest, a popular choice. In 2021, the State Historical Society of North Dakota deemed Wolner’s podcasts so valuable to future research, Dakota Spotlight will be the first podcast preserved in the archives.


InForum Minute

Get the latest news and headlines from your community with the InForum Minute. With new episodes each weekday, you get a brief overview of what you need to stay informed in just a few minutes. You can subscribe to the podcast, or sign up for the newsletter to get it delivered to your inbox.

Hot Mic with Dom Izzo

Hot Mic with Dom Izzo brings the best sports talk in the Red River Valley and beyond, focusing on all levels of sports from high school to the pros. As one of the longest-tenured sports reporters in the region, Izzo brings a winning combination of experience and flair to your sports news, interviews and info.

The Mike McFeely Mess

Podcast host and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead columnist Mike McFeely is never afraid to voice his opinion. Discussing everything from politics to sports and the outdoors, the McFeely Mess covers a variety of interests and controversy.

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What are podcasts?

Simply put, podcasts are a modern take on radio with the luxury of being a bit more informal. From news and stories to investigative reports and interviews, podcasts offer a lot of variety for listeners beyond what may be available on local airwaves. Podcasts aren’t bound by time limits or hard breaks and are available to consumers on-demand, meaning you can listen to them whenever and wherever you want.

How can I start listening today?

You can view the FCC Podcast Network to see the latest podcast options and episodes. Selecting a podcast will provide you with links to listen to the podcast of your choice through Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify. Simply subscribe to the podcast to get the latest episodes automatically sent to your computer or mobile device library for free.

Tell us what you want to hear

As we grow our podcast network, we want your input. If you have a podcast idea or a topic you want to hear more about, let us know! Submit your topic or idea to Bill Morehouse, FCC Podcast Manager at .

Interested in an advertising sponsorship?

Locally produced podcasts are a great way to reach an engaged audience for your product or business. To learn more about advertising on our podcasts or becoming a sponsor, contact Bill Morehouse, FCC Podcast Manager at or Erin Mayer, Senior Digital Media Specialist at .

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