Prince of Ponds Podcast debuts with Pet Life Radio

Published on March 6, 2012

PR Prince of Ponds Podcast
Lovers of ponds and water gardens finally have their own podcast.

Prince of Ponds, an educational and entertaining podcast produced by the Ornamental Water Feature Academy, has been added to the world’s largest network of animal shows on the Internet, Pet Life Radio.

Hosted by Ken Jones, the radio show-like program offers guidance on many topics of water garden design, construction, and maintenance.

Prince of Ponds is the only known currently produced podcast on this topic worldwide. The show will include interviews with industry experts in future episodes. Prince of Ponds, in only its first weeks of release, was acquired by the Pet Life Radio network, the largest network of animals shows on the Internet, boasting over 50 shows and 5 million listeners. In its first 7 weeks and only 3 episodes on the network, Prince of Ponds enjoyed over 13,000 downloads.

The Prince of Ponds podcast is available at, on iTunes, YouTube, and It is available for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kindle, Android, Blackberry, and other devices.

Producer and Host, Ken Jones, received several awards during a 30-year career designing and building ornamental water features. His articles and photographs have be published in national and regional magazines such as Pool & Spa News, Sunset Magazine, Flower & Garden Magazine and Ponds & Water Gardens USA. He also began producing and hosting a television travel show about the Central Sierra of California. His television show, Calaveras Gold, received industry awards for video excellence for two consecutive years, and is broadcast to nearly 2 million homes in 3 western states. It is also widely distributed on the Internet. He combines his writing, photography, public speaking, podcasting, and videography skills to fill his Prince of Ponds podcast with valuable and engaging content.

For Information, contact:

Ken Jones
Author, Television and New Media Producer

Ornamental Water Feature Academy
PO Box 61
Murphys, CA 95247

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