Podular Media is delighted to reveal its leading product, the , will be producing a comprehensive World Cup content campaign on the ground in Russia.
After two and a half years of growth, DFS has ingrained itself as a regular fixture in the daily routines of football fans across Australia through a unique blend of fandom and insightful analysis.
Now, it is ready for its biggest adventure in the Kremlin nation.
There, the DFS team, comprising founder Adrian Houghton, Production Manager Rob Crawford and Communications Manager Joel Fruci, will provide a comprehensive coverage of the Socceroos and broader tournament.
The team will be on the ground in Kazan, Samara and Sochi bringing the best independent coverage of the world’s biggest event to its through a variety of regulated, creative media, both traditional and new, as well as regular podcasts with premium guests.
On iTunes alone, 91% of DFS fans listen through to the show from start to finish and on average, 23 minutes of the podcast are consumed each episode, which makes it such an attractive advertising proposition.
Whether at Australia’s home base of Stadium Trudovye Rezervy in Kazan, a fan zone in Samara or the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, the team will be on hand to capture all the colour and atmosphere of the tournament via lens, microphone or written word.
“Always love talking football to real fans, and the DFS guys are certainly that,” Fox Sports Football commentator and journalist Simon Hill said of the show.
“Intelligent, passionate debate is in the DNA of every football fan.”
Perth Glory Media and Communications Manager Gareth Morgan, who deals with the show regularly, could not speak higher of it.
“Working with the Daily Football Show is an absolute pleasure,” Morgan said.
“Their professionalism, dedication and knowledge of the game are second to none and they continue to produce content that is original and thought-provoking as well as entertaining.”
Regular DFS listener Khalil Kayal said he was looking forward to hearing more from football’s leading voices throughout the World Cup.
“As a hardcore Australian football fan, DFS is my daily fix of football insight and interviews with those that matter,” he said.
“Listening to the discussion during my king mundane work hours makes me just that little bit happier.
“I love the fact the DFS guys are just like fans.”
After a week’s break, the Daily Football Show will return to the airwaves with a World Cup focus on Monday, 21 May from 4pm AEST.
DFS’ World Cup tour can be followed via all forms of social media. Simply search ‘Daily Football Show’ on and @dfs_aus on and .
Sponsorship packages for the Daily Football Show’s World Cup tour are still available. To enquire about sales opportunities, contact 0424 220 945 or email@example.com.