Written by Matt St. John, a tech-savvy young man, intellectual gray is the title of a new podcast he co-created with fellow NYU graduate Ryan Cawthon.
The show is called Intellectual Gray and it’s aimed at millennials and people in their twenties.
Cawdyn’s podcast, which is available on iTunes, has been downloaded more than 7.5 million times, and it has received some positive feedback from fans.
According to the show’s Facebook page, it has been a “huge success,” and has had more than 60,000 downloads since its inception in April of last year.
The duo’s podcast has been picked up by outlets such as The Verge, Mashable, TechCrunch, and TechCrunch New York.
The episode features interviews with creators, musicians, and writers from the video game industry, including creators from The Order: 1886, Halo, and Gears of War.
Cairncaw told TechCrunch that his podcast has received the “greatest response” from millennials.
The podcast is now in the process of becoming a full-fledged series, with the goal of getting more young people into technology.
Cawk told Tech Crunch that the show has also gotten a lot of attention from the gaming press.
“I’m not a big game journalist, so I’ve had a lot less exposure than I would like,” he said.
“But I’m hearing a lot more from the gamers than I was before, which has been really interesting.”
He said that the gaming media has been supportive, and he believes that the audience for Intellectual Gray is younger than it was a year ago.
“What people love about the show is that it’s not just the content, it’s the way it tells it,” he told Tech Insider.
“It’s like they’ve been following the internet for the last decade, and we’re still figuring out how to connect with them.”
For those unfamiliar with Intellectual Gray, the podcast is meant to be a resource for people in the gaming industry who are in the middle of a big project, such as a game, a game studio, or a game publisher.
The episodes are aimed at being the first place they go when they want to talk to a game developer or a publisher about a project, Cawcaw said.
For example, they might be talking to a publisher or a developer about their game, and then they would be able to ask questions about the project.
Cawn says that the podcast can help to “understand the culture of the industry” and the “differences” that go into a project’s development.
The podcasts, which have been downloaded about 200,000 times, are being developed by the podcasting company Rhetoric Media and are being produced by a team of five, Cawn said.
The hosts of the podcast are a mix of people in game and technology, and are all part of the same team, according to the company’s website.
“Our goal is to create an informative, entertaining podcast, not only for people who are into the games industry, but for those who are also into technology,” Cawn wrote in a press release.
“The podcasts will include a mix the latest in gaming news, entertainment, and technology trends, and will be produced by the same experienced writers and producers as our original podcast.”
Cawsays that the podcasts aim to be more than just entertainment.
“We think we can do a lot better than we’ve done so far, and this will be our contribution to that,” he wrote.
“In the last six months, I’ve become more passionate about games, technology, game design, and the future of the world, and I want to do more of that.”
The podcast’s creators have been doing a lot behind-the-scenes work in order to bring Intellectual Gray to life.
Cowdyn told TechInsider that the team has been working on a number of things, including writing a podcast in which they would interview people in different industries, as well as putting together a social media strategy that will make it easier for people to listen to the podcast and support it.
“There’s no shortage of podcasts out there for the game industry right now,” Caw told us.
“They’re all very different, but this is different because it’s going to be an all-around podcast.”
The creators of Intellectual Gray are currently working on two other podcasts that will be launching this year.
“After we get the first podcast out, we’re also going to start a podcast called The Game Show, which will be a full length show about games,” Cawk said.
Intellectual Gray was originally slated to launch this summer, but has been pushed back by the summer and fall, Cairn said.
However, he is optimistic about the future, and wants to make sure that Intellectual Gray’s listeners get the information they want.
“That’s one of the things that’s been really important to us,” Caircaw