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We are Kingdom of Pavement: a creative media company creating bold stories for the audio space in collaboration with rising creatives in Los Angeles and beyond. 

Before the pandemic began, we specialized in live events, particularly our monthly open mic night where we welcomed storytellers and musicians and poets into a special space to share their art. 

In a COVID world, we adapted along with our fellow creatives, and found the audio space to be a compelling medium to tell the stories we think can alter our perceptions of reality.


Amy Suto

CEO + Founder of Kingdom of Pavement & Scripted Podcast Writer/Producer (she/her)

Amy Suto is a writer and the co-founder of KINGDOM OF PAVEMENT, and started this publication to bring visibility to rising creatives doing great things in Los Angeles and beyond. She’s a TV writer, and most recently co-wrote an episode of the show CONDOR on the Audience Network. In her free time, she pole dances, teaches yoga, and attends immersive theater shows. She also runs a writing blog at, and wrote and produced the scripted podcast The Last Station about the last radio station broadcasting after the apocalypse.

Headshot of Executive Producer Kyle Cords

Kyle Cords

Co-Owner of Kingdom of Pavement

Kyle Cords is a Kingdom of Pavement producer and a LA-based writer who attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and won their Hour-Long Writer of the Year Award. Since being in LA, Kyle has assisted creators like Damon Lindelof and Sam Esmail. In 2019, Kyle's feature script, Dream, was featured on The Hit List. He is currently writing and producing a soon to be announced podcast series. Kyle is also the co-owner of Kingdom of Pavement. He was showrunner on The Horror at Martin's Beach. He's also a writer/producer on The Last Station Podcast.

Headshot of Showrunner Jorge Molina

JOrge molina

To Be Nominated Podcast Showrunner (he/him)

Jorge Molina is a writer and filmmaker. He was born and raised in Mexico City, and is based in LA. He studied Writing for Screen & Television in the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. He likes to tell stories about outsiders looking for a community, and his scripts have been awarded in world-renowned competitions, like the Austin Film Festival, the Juan Rulfo Short Story Competition and the Outfest Screenwriting Lab. He has worked extensively behind the scenes in organizations like GLAAD, Outfest Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, and the Sundance Festival. He is excited to keep working towards creating entertainment that push representation forward. Jorge can be found listening to ABBA Gold or reading Agatha Christie at any given moment.

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