Sunday, October 25, 2015

TPD 63 - Wailin Wong from The Distance

Wailin Wong from The Distance, a production of Basecamp, joined me this week to talk about how this show was born from an idea of a written production to a podcast, having autonomy in episode topics, and how the show has evolved throughout this year.  Go behind the scenes of one of the up and coming podcasts that should be in your subscription list!
Wailin Wong (Twitter)
The Distance (Twitter) (Website)
Basecamp (Twitter) (Website)

Sunday, October 18, 2015

TPD 62 - The Pollsters

Margie Omero and Kristen Soltis Anderson, veteran pollsters from opposite ends of the political spectrum, joined me to discuss their excellent show, The Pollsters.  From politics to pop culture, Margie and Kristen cover a whole range of issues that matter to all of us, and they do so in an entertaining, educational and engaging way!  If you are into politics or just love numbers and the data driven stories behind what people are thinking, this is the show for you!
The Pollsters (Website) (Twitter) (Facebook)
Margie Omero (Twitter)
Kristen Soltis Anderson (Twitter) (The Selfie Vote)

Sunday, October 11, 2015

TPD 61 - Casey Liss from ATP, Analog(ue)

Casey Liss, co-host of Accidental Tech Podcast and Analog(ue) joined me to talk about the origin story of both of his excellent podcasts, how he deals with some of the worst people on the internet, what the first year of Relay FM has been like, and his thoughts on his writing and website.  I've been a huge fan of both of Casey's shows and Casey himself and I had a blast talking to him!  And of course, I couldn't let him go without a little bit of Apple talk at the end! Enjoy!
Casey Liss (Twitter) (Liss is More)
Accidental Tech Podcast (Twitter) (Website)
Analog(ue) (Twitter) (Website)

Sunday, October 4, 2015

TPD 60 - Another 4 Great Shows! With Rob McGinley Myers

I'm back with another recommendations episode, this time joined by an excellent co-host, Rob McGinley Myers (Twitter) from Anxious Machine (Website) and The Heard (Website).
We open the show with the "Discussion" segment focusing on the future of public radio considering the success of podcasting.  Central to this discussion was a debate from John Sutton and Adam Davidson (Current.Org Article).  It's a really thought provoking read and I'd recommend anyone into podcasting to take a look at their points (and read through some of the comments, too!)

Show Recommendations

Dinner Party Download (Website) (Twitter)

Limetown (Website) (Twitter)

The Mo Show (Website) (Twitter)

Home: Stories from L.A. (Website) (Twitter)