Looking for something new and refreshing, public relations executive Jordan Hora says she has just the answer with her new podcast, “So, About That,” where carefully curated conversations “sidestep the predictable and tap into themes lying dormant underneath the surface of what always gets discussed.”
Hosted by the self-described pop-culture anthropologist and noted communications expert, “So, About That” features interesting people making headlines and will give listeners the “long-awaited permission to celebrate, obsess and bring full circle that one topic or conversation you never found a home for.”
Hora asks if you ever just wanted everyone in your vicinity to stop and obsess with you about that movie everyone loves, or have you ever needed a space to analyze why your neighbor insists on sharing with you his special recipe that will finally win you over to the “Pineapple belongs on pizza” debate. “If you’ve ever pondered about that or even more serious issues dealing with race, faith and the ongoing culture wars… or globalization, ‘So, About That’ is here for you,” said the native Texas and alum of Oklahoma State University.
A member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists, Hora said daily updates, fun behind-the-scenes and other content will be shared on the official social media channels Instagram and Twitter at @SoAboutThatpod