We started as the Phoenix Economist blog - via blogspot.com - as a way to comment about a variety of economy topics. We soon realized the need to formalize the publications into an established format, and since print media was in decline, we opted for the creation of an online magazine (e-magazine). The publication has an ISSN number issued by the US Library of Congress, so it is indexed. As we increasingly received more requests for media-rich content, the magazine branched into a podcast. Soon enough, we had a variety of different theme-specific shows, and we started distributing content via RSS.com to Spotify, Google, and Apple Podcasts. As more requests appeared, we started live stream channels on a variety of social media platforms (YouTube, FaceBook, LinkedIn). After that, the opportunity appeared for us to broadcast the magazine content via a television channel - and Futures Television was born. Our media partner, Futures Television, broadcasts freely via Roku TV and Apple TV. You can find IMCI Magazine content in a variety of platforms, as either print, audio or video content.
You Can find IMCI Magazine podcasts - namely our show "Reflections" via RSS.com. You can also find our book show "Books & Authors," along with a variety of branded shows. The shows can be accessed freely wherever the podcast provider is connected to RSS.com (Spotify, Google, Apple Podcasts).
You can find IMCI Magazine livestreams - our in house, and other branded shows - on our YouTube channel. Please, do not forget to like and subscribe to our channel. Don't be shy...the show hosts and guests will love to read your posts, comments, and questions.