Neon Hum is a podcast production company located in Los Angeles, California. We craft narrative-driven, cinematic audio productions from coast to coast. We create programming of impeccable quality and mass appeal.
Our clients work directly with producers, and our founder has a hand in all the projects.
Every producer’s rich background contributes to the depth of the stories we tell.
Our producers are award winning, established, and the best in the business.
As an independent producer, reporter, and sound designer, Jonathan Hirsch produced hundreds of longform audio works for NPR, Vox, NBC, Fusion Media Group, and many others. He is a recipient of the Green Eyeshade, Edward R. Murrow, and duPont Awards. His seven-part documentary podcast series Dear Franklin Jones debuted #1 on the iTunes podcast charts.
In April of 2018, Jonathan launched Neon Hum Media, an LA-based podcast production company, specializing in narrative-driven, high production value, “audio first” documentaries, talk shows, and partner content.
What Does Our Romanticization of Small Towns Mean?LISTEN ⭢
Hosted by the Geekiest Couple You KnowLISTEN ⭢
A Dissection of a Messy ObsessionLISTEN ⭢
The Dark Underbelly of the Puppy BusinessLISTEN ⭢
With This Award Season's Top ContendersLISTEN ⭢
The Real Story of the Amityville MurdersLISTEN ⭢
What Sin City Tells Us About American CultureLISTEN ⭢
A Scheme of Leggings and LiesLISTEN ⭢
There Goes the NeighborhoodLISTEN ⭢
with Xavier ScruggsLISTEN ⭢
Big Business, Big FalloutsLISTEN ⭢
with the Ghost BrothersEXPLORE ⭢
The Role of a LifetimeLISTEN ⭢
Drowning in NirvanaLISTEN ⭢
A Renewed Hunt for a Forgotten Serial KillerLISTEN ⭢
Devotion, Darkness, DeathLISTEN ⭢
An Unscripted History of Reality TVLISTEN ⭢
From SELFLISTEN ⭢
Tales from the Dollar BinLISTEN ⭢
Explore the Inextricable LinkLISTEN ⭢
Why Isn't Father Ryan in Jail?LISTEN ⭢
The Truth Is Stranger than FictionLISTEN ⭢
Life in the Time of CoronaLISTEN ⭢
Did the Victims Know Their Killer?LISTEN ⭢
With Soledad O'BrienLISTEN ⭢
From Rachel MaddowLISTEN ⭢
Murders, Tribal Law, and the Supreme CourtLISTEN ⭢
Infamous Stories of Country MusicLISTEN ⭢
From the Minds Behind Law & OrderLISTEN ⭢
How Seattle Lost Its TeamLISTEN ⭢
Companion Podcast to Netflix's DaybreakLISTEN ⭢
Unidentified and Unconscious for 15 Years — Or Was He?LISTEN ⭢
The Story of Woodstock '99LISTEN ⭢
Muscle Cars, Race Riots, and a Forgotten PeacemakerLISTEN ⭢