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NYC Mayor Eric Adams Speaks at the Funeral of Officer Jason Rivera

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 15 hrs ago

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Speaks at the Funeral of Officer Jason Rivera

"Officer Jason Rivera, 22 year old cop gunned down trying to do his job responding to a call last weekend. There's something about the murder of these two cops in New York that is gripped the country. Here's moments ago, mayor Eric Adams at Saint Patrick's cathedral speaking at this massive massive funeral, which does my heart good to see so many people come out and pay tribute to this fallen hero, including the newly elected mayor, Eric Adams. In today's the morning for all of you, the tragic death of your brother in blue uniform is a stark reminder of what is on the line every day. And I'm here sitting next to governor, the state of New York. And senator Chuck Schumer, another elected, we are committed to giving you the resource to do your jobs and ensure that we can keep the people of this city safe. It takes courage to put on the uniform and the badge to answer the call to serve the cause of justice in every sense of the road. Carlo Dolan, this is a biblical moment, scritches scripted states. Greater love have no one than this. That a man lay down his life for his friends. That is what Jason did. He gave his life defending his fellow New Yorkers. That greater love, unites us here today standing side by side.

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'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 15 hrs ago

'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

"Here is an exchange between joy behar and sunny hostin yesterday on the view. Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it's so important that this is happening on in a time where we can get another liberal. And of course, the representation more than anything you pointed out, first black woman, there's only been two black men in. Those numbers are a little shocking. And one doesn't really represent the black community. No. One doesn't really represent the black community. I'm apologized. I don't have the right cut sheet here, guys. There's a mistake on my sheet. That was cut 5. That was 5? Oh, that was 6. One doesn't really represent the black community. That's sunny hostin and Sarah Haines. Now let's go to the right cut with joy behar and sunny hostin cut 5. Hate that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman who they say well, go against abortion rights, and she's a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, okay? I'll give it to him. He's a smart guy, but he is to the right of attila the hum this guy, and they put him in there thinking, oh, a black man will go against voting rights. Which is what he does. And it was a.

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Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 15 hrs ago

Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots

"Knows all about social justice rioting and destruction. A man listen to this, a man who set a deadly fire in a Minneapolis pawn shop during the George Floyd riots was sentenced to just ten years after a federal after federal prosecutors invoked Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the judge to show leniency montez Terrell Lee 26 years old, pleaded guilty to a single count of arson, he admitted he burned down the max it pawn shop, the May 28th, 2020, the same night rioters shut the Minneapolis third precinct building on fire following Floyd's death at the hands of shins convicted police officer, Derek Chauvin. There was a guy was killed. In the pawn shop, two months after the fire, the charred remains of 30 year old Oscar Lee Stewart were found in the rubble.

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Were Their Injuries in Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 15 hrs ago

Were Their Injuries in Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse?

"Mike, I got to tell you, I'm a lifelong resident and a Pittsburgh. You know, we have more bridges here than anywhere in the country. You bet. Probably anywhere in the world. You bet. Is this a real tragedy this bridge collapsing? I've traveled that bridge probably a thousand times in my life. There were people on it. There was a bus on it. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. There wasn't anybody injured in the bridge collapse peed, and you didn't say they were injured, but they were on it. I'm gonna tell you, I'm driving, I'm driving a Pittsburgh today and every bridge I go over. I'm worried about, is this where you're going to collapse? Now there should be some talk about it, but I don't think you'd be laughing. Well, I think it's just I think it's hysterical in a very in a very ironic way that thank goodness there was no nobody was injured and I don't want to give any impression. There wasn't anybody. First of all, Pete, if there was somebody there was a bus on the bridge when it collapsed, how was nobody injured? Mike, there was. I mean, look at the news. There's a bus on there. There were at least three cars I saw. Pick that truck. Was anybody injured on the bridge on the bridge collapse? Was anybody was anybody. You want to know the tragedy and you're right. You use the right word. The tragedy is, we gotta failed small time mayor as transportation secretary and an administration that has come completely apart and we got bridges collapsing. We got 43% of our roads in bad shape. And they're going to take $1.2 trillion of infrastructure money and they're going to put it into drones to catch people speeding.

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Mike Gallagher: Justice Breyer Didn't Have the Guts of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 15 hrs ago

Mike Gallagher: Justice Breyer Didn't Have the Guts of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"And honestly, the bridge collapse near the site of his infrastructure speech is just about on point with his promise to appoint a nominate rather a black woman on the Supreme Court. I mean, let me tell you something. This has gone from bad to worse for them. And even what ought to be a victory for them is no victory. When a president gets to nominate a Supreme Court Justice, that's a victory, right ostensibly, he can't change the direction, ideologically of the court. It's a liberal for a liberal. There's no victory here. Stephen breyer got hounded out by the left because the progressives and the machine mounted an unprecedented campaign to force him out, listen, everybody, given all their plaudits to him and all that too bad you didn't have the guts of RBG. Justice breyer, too bad you didn't have the tenacity to stay the course. I don't want to deny somebody the right to retire. He's out because he knows after we sweep the midterms and Republicans take control of the Senate. McConnell has already said, we will not confirm in the Senate, a Biden selection for Supreme Court until after the 2024 presidential election. Breyer had to go. The left broke him.

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Jake Tapper Speaks Somberly of Low Approval Ratings for Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 15 hrs ago

Jake Tapper Speaks Somberly of Low Approval Ratings for Joe Biden

"You. Here's Jake tapper over at CNN. With the grim, this is CNN now. CNN functions as a Democrat arm. This is the Democrat channel. They advocate all things Democrat over at CNN, while pretending their news people. And here's Jake tapper dutifully pointing out how Biden's numbers are underwater in every measurable category. But CNN's new Paula poll says Biden's overall job approval rating at 42% and that includes a new Monmouth survey that says only 30% of Americans think that President Biden is very concerned with the economic well-being of average Americans. That's the poll of polls. The poll of polls

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Mike Gallagher: Race Is What Matters to Joe Biden in His Supreme Court Nominee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 15 hrs ago

Mike Gallagher: Race Is What Matters to Joe Biden in His Supreme Court Nominee

"We've got a president who absolutely is is willing to confirm that race is what matters to his next Supreme Court to his first Supreme Court nominee. And listen, I'm going to be very blunt here, and I'm going to be fair because I try every day to be as fair as I can be. Somebody pointed out last night that Ronald Reagan was committed to having the first female justice on the Supreme Court. And that kind of puts it in perspective, a historic perspective. He nominated and Sandra Day O'Connor was confirmed. And there's no difference there. That isn't looking for somebody with the best qualifications that is saying a woman should be represented on the Supreme Court and Joe Biden is confirming that a black woman will be nominated to his Supreme Court. Here's Biden confirming his intention to fill this vacancy with Stephen breyers announcement of his retirement with a black woman. I will select the nominee worthy of justice prior's legacy of excellence and decency. All I've been studying candidates backgrounds and writings, I've made no decision except one. A person I will nominate will be some of the extraordinary qualifications, character, experience, and integrity. And that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court.

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Bridge Collapses in Pittsburgh, Hours Before Biden Was Set to Speak on Infrastructure

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 15 hrs ago

Bridge Collapses in Pittsburgh, Hours Before Biden Was Set to Speak on Infrastructure

"Joe Biden just can't catch a break. I mean, he can't. He was all set to speak today in Pittsburgh. Giving remarks touting his infrastructure plan. Because you know he's got this mayor of South Bend running our transportation department, which is like a comical comical scenario. What's your qualification again, mayor Pete? Well, I couldn't fix the potholes in South Bend Indiana. Literally, he said that. I saw a clip last night where Buttigieg himself admitted, yeah, I wish we could have gotten those potholes fixed here in South Bend Indiana, but that plagues every mayor. It's so we got a mayor of a kind of a rushed belt college town, small market community that couldn't fix the potholes and he's running our entire transportation department. Good. Classic. And I want you to hear the headline Pittsburgh bridge collapses near sight of Biden remarks. Listen to this. Emergency cruise are on the scene of a bridge collapse in a park in Pittsburgh, hours before President Biden was due to arrive in the city to give remarks. How did his infrastructure plan?

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No Report of Serious Injuries in Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | 15 hrs ago

No Report of Serious Injuries in Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse

"Of course, polls continue to come out showing Biden hemorrhaging support, even among the base, Biden is scheduled to speak today in Pittsburgh. This is unbelievable. Hours before President Biden was due to arrive in Pittsburgh to tout his infrastructure plan, a bridge collapsed. The bridge carrying Forbes avenue through Frick park east of downtown gave way shortly before 7 a.m.. There were at least four vehicles that fell into a wooded ravine, thankfully no report of serious injuries. There were several people apparently injured who were transported, but none of them appear to be life threatening. Now let that sink in. Let the image of Biden touting his infrastructure plan with this disastrous Pete Buttigieg at the helm of the transportation department, how does a bridge collapse? Are there inspections? You know, 43% of our roads are in mediocre or poor condition.

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Robert Wilkie Tells Us What We Should Be Paying More Attention To

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 d ago

Robert Wilkie Tells Us What We Should Be Paying More Attention To

"So given your proclivities, your interests talk to us about things that our listeners should be paying more attention to or what should they be reading first things first join the heritage foundation where it's actually wilkie is senior distinguished fellow that's heritage. It is the conservative mothership. We are so excited that we will be having the new president on our show this weekend on newsmax. So you mustn't miss that. But what would you say to those who enjoy this conversation want more? Where should they begin? Well, what they should do is embrace their history. There's never enough to read. If you want to know of our place, there's nothing better and it's not a hard agreed. Churchill's history of the English speaking peoples, and its addendum by your friend Andrew Robert. History of the English speaking people since 1900, and you see that we are the heirs to the most benevolent. Imperium in the history of the world, we have given more to the world than any other civilization. And I say that the Anglo American tradition, and I include our Friends, Australian, New Zealand, Canada, where the freest people in history. I would also ask people to read extensively. About the life of general Washington. That sounds sophomoric. Without Washington there is nothing. Yeah. And Madison, I'm just going through a new biog wonderful biography of James Madison the first America's first politician. Do you have a recommendation on Washington where to begin? Well, the best one is the longest one, and that's Douglas Freeman's biography of Washington, his 6 volumes of condensed into one. There are several there's a new one out or by the university of University of Virginia. History professor. Lingo, George Washington revolutionary. And then one on George Washington

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Secretary Robert Wilkie's Reaction to America's 'State of Readiness'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 1 d ago

Secretary Robert Wilkie's Reaction to America's 'State of Readiness'

Why Does Robert Wilkie Know so Much About British Culture?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Why Does Robert Wilkie Know so Much About British Culture?

"I want to talk about your incredible military history before you serve this nation as a civilian in the Defense Department and then as secretary in the veterans affairs administration, but explain to our listeners on millions of lists across the nation, why on earth, an American knows so much about British pop culture? Well, I was fortunate, and it was fortunate that came out of hard times. My father was badly badly wounded in the invasion of Cambodia. And the only thing that kept him in the army was the good graces of a great general great neighbors, said no, we're going to overrule the medical board when to give this officer three years to recover and if he can go back to fort Bragg, we'll send him there. And as part of that recovery, he was sent to the United Kingdom. First is liaison officer at the royal school of artillery, and then to aldershot was he got healthier to the 16th power. And I was blessed to attend one of the great schools of the cathedral school in Salisbury. And the bishop's palace, my study hall was in the room where handel composed the messiah. Oh my gosh. One of the three copies of Magna Carta was something we saw every day when we went to sing in the cathedral. Eleanor of Aquitaine was kept in prison by her husband husband, Henry the second in what was our rugby field? Oh my gosh. So the history was just dripping off of the walls. And British popular culture, of course, animated much of America in the 1960s. But what struck me was how real the war was. You mean in the minds of the British people. And also tangibly, in that you could go to a city like bath. And look on that beautiful Georgian Crescent and you see pop marks all over. No Coventry or Coventry and the cathedral that have been

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Mike Gallagher: Democrats Won't Stand up to Shoplifters, Calling It 'Reparations'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Mike Gallagher: Democrats Won't Stand up to Shoplifters, Calling It 'Reparations'

"Our time. What is this reparation time? Get the keys to the Lamborghini. Go down to the Porsche dealership. Give them a Porsche. Drive off with a car. 'cause you feel oppressed because George Floyd died. That's Democrats for you. They won't stand up to these punks. There's a security guard in that video. Watching the guy walk right by him. The security guards are there for no reason evidently in these drug stores. And these pharmacies, the other than to wear a blazer, I mean a windbreaker with the big letters security on their back and they stand there and they watch it. And people immediately tell me, well, Mike, they're instructed not to do anything. Well, then what are they there for? What's your point of paying them? Put up a mannequin with a security windbreaker on. That'd be as effective.

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Sherrilyn Ifill: Whites View Truth-Telling as an Act of Violence

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Sherrilyn Ifill: Whites View Truth-Telling as an Act of Violence

What Makes Entrepreneurs Unique?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 1 d ago

What Makes Entrepreneurs Unique?

"What is it that makes entrepreneurs. Distinctive or unique. Now some of you are probably entrepreneurs. And many of you are probably not. Your most people aren't. They're professionals or they are. They work in some salaried field. They're paid by the hour or by biweekly or monthly, but they don't live the entrepreneur's life, of course, raising the question of what is an entrepreneur's life, what makes it different. Many years ago, when I was at the Hoover institution, the director of Hoover, well-known economist named John raising a really nice guy kind of a roly poly guy, John rayson and I were flying in a private helicopter, not ours, of course. It belonged to a wealthy entrepreneur, we were flying across the San Francisco Bay, did this entrepreneur's estate? I was basically there because I was giving a little talk. I think I had a new book caught around then. And I remember John raising leaning over to me and saying, we were talking about the entrepreneur whose home we were going to visit, obviously, a kind of a palatial home and I believe Marin county. And one reason said to me, I bet I can do what that guy does. And I remember that kind of struck me because I can see why raising him was thinking that, raisin was an economist, so he was familiar with the world of business. In fact, in other words, this wasn't some like sociologist or Professor of romance languages. You know, I think I could run Amazon. No, this was a guy who actually had credentials in the economic field. And yet that question kind of nagged me of course I didn't say anything at the time. I just sort of nodded, but I was thinking to myself, can he? I mean, is it really the case that an academic who deals with economics could do what an entrepreneur does? And I think as I think about it, I realize that probably and I only say probably because you never know, the answer to that is no. He could not have done what that guy

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Marilyn Mosby Is Even More of a Crook Than Previously Thought

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Marilyn Mosby Is Even More of a Crook Than Previously Thought

"Marilyn Mosby is the state attorney in Baltimore. I actually talked to several days ago I was done. She was like, well, didn't you just do Marilyn Mosby? I'm like, well, you know, I did talk about Marilyn Mosby trying to rip off the government by claiming dire circumstances and collecting money from the COVID fund, which was then invested in real estate in Florida. So this woman appears to be a crook. Well, it turns out a crookedness goes even further and it involves not just her, but also her husband, and he is also a public official city council president Nick Mosby, so we have the Nick and Maryland show going on here. Let's figure out what they're doing now. Well, it turns out that it turns out that they have been taking money from their campaign fund. And spending it on their criminal defense. Now, need to think here for a minute about what a campaign fund is and also what the law allows. First of all, there's no prohibition against the campaign fund. Using money for legal purposes. Why? Because campaigns require legal aid. If you set up a campaign, you need an attorney to sort of set it up for you. You obviously need accountants who have legal expertise. There are campaign finance laws you have to deal with also there are other aspects of a campaign that require sound legal advice can we endorse this guy? Is this allowed? Can we do this with this nonprofit, et cetera? So legal expenses of that sort, legal expenses that pertain to the campaign can be used from the campaign. But this is where the Mosby is decide to carry the law to a whole different level. What they're doing is apparently raiding their campaign finance coffers to pay for their own personal criminal

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Donald Trump Presents Himself on Video as 'The 45th and 47th President of the U.S.'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | 1 d ago

Donald Trump Presents Himself on Video as 'The 45th and 47th President of the U.S.'

"My audience was ready for Donald Trump. My audience is ready for him again. He was playing golf. At one of his golf clubs this week, apparently, somebody took a video of him and it was all friendly and they took their cell phone out and they said, here he is, the 45th president of the United States. Well, the 45th president of the United States had an interesting response. First on T. 45th president of the United States. 45th and 47. 46. Yes. I love history. Trump national. There he is playing golf at Trump national looking good. We're in a white golf shirt, looking fit, looks like he's lost some weight. Whenever he's on the PhD weight loss plan, I don't know, perhaps he is, rumors are he listens?

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Caller Frustrated Joe Biden Excludes Black Men, Other Races for Supreme Court Justice Consideration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Caller Frustrated Joe Biden Excludes Black Men, Other Races for Supreme Court Justice Consideration

"You know? That's the word I've been using all day Harold. How about a black judge on a U.S. district court somewhere, some brilliant judge who hears the promise and the guarantee that he doesn't stand a chance because he's not a female. That's terrible. Exactly. I mean, it's offensive. I talk to my children about this quite a bit. Okay, what do you do with Asians? What do you do with Hispanics? What do you do with west Indian? I mean, you've just wiped all of them out and what's saddening for me and I'm gonna make a general statement is we as black people and it is general because there aren't those like myself who are not standing up for it, fall into this same old, same old scheme of allowing allowing another group or another political entity to tell us what we are and what we are not. And it's sickening. And I would think as a Supreme Court, justice or somebody that's up there, whoever he's picking, that should be offensive for them to want to step into those shoes because I know at my job, if I had found out that I was hired only because I was a black man, I'd be out of there in two seconds. Exactly. Why would you want to work for a place like that? You know Harold, I hope that your point is the point that Republicans make all through the nomination process not attacking her or going after her or grilling her because they're going to use that as a campaign tool for the midterms. And for me, it's all about the midterms. Listen, we're going to lose this. We there's nothing we can do about the seat. They've got the votes, unless Manchin cinema come over and they won't, they're not going to. They're not going to, they're not going to cross party line on this one. But I hope that's the point everybody could remember because decent normal, clear thinking people find this outrageous.

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"podcast" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

"If at least one minute worth of data was delivered lives in numbers will always be lower than the clip numbers from hub spot or other website type services. That do not do the same type of filtering as we do in podcasts. World in this case going to the numbers actually cut the numbers almost in half from the unique strapping it from fourteen. Eighty three to seven ninety and when most of the quest are coming from browsers that is to be expected Looking at user agents any aggregate our apps are good user. Agents while browsers are ones that i would not rely on to come back at episode episode. When i'm looking at shows to see how viable they are for ad campaigns for example i almost completely discount browser downloads and look just at the gator downloads. To see is this show really having the numbers that they say they're having there you go i hope and our that helped you there. And folks some info there from qa and now there was a nice article from podcast business journal about the site trends dot built with which looks at the top one million sites to see which ones have audio or video content available on them and then sees who is delivering said content it winds up out of the top one million sites five hundred forty one thousand five hundred thirty six have audio or video content available number. One content deliverer was of course youtube Many of the sites forty one percent of those five hundred and forty one thousand five hundred thirty six had a youtube player on them. If you look at those delivering podcast. Content cloud came in at twelve place but most of that was around music. And not podcast. The top pure play podcast..

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"podcast" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"All this is normal comes to die mediocrity meets its final demise and the status quo is unabashedly dismantled. Welcome to reinvention radio now. Here's your host. Steve all should already welcome everybody to the longest running room here about podcasts on clubhouse and hanging out here and we mentioned the radio land as well the view. Listen to the podcast edition of this. What's up join us. Thursdays at ten a. m. pacific one pm eastern as. We talk all things podcasting. And this is that i said the longest running room here about the world of podcast is. We're talking about ten ways that ordinary podcasters are making real money. Louis you're hanging out with you here and we haven't met before good to meet you. I'm the founder editor in chief of podcast magazine. And the creator here of club pod clubhouse and last i i think we have sixty eight thousand members something of that nature. So thank you for being a part of the fun sharing this with others who love podcasts. As much as we do and Here in podcast land and club. We definitely try to do all that we can. Cover the world of podcasting podcast culture. Of course do whatever we can do to support you as podcasters Whether you're inspiring podcast. Or you have shown.

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"podcast" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Yeah, baby. Welcome to the world famous stuttering John podcast from my crappy hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Yes, that's where I'm broadcasting today. So yes, I'm live from COVID country. I don't think I've obtained any COVID yet, but let's hope that I don't hit the dollar store. I got my toothpaste at the dollar store, I also got a comb, some antiperspirant, 'cause it is hot. This is how funny. This is my introduction to Fort Lauderdale. I'm at the dollar store. Some African American woman comes in. There's kids everywhere..

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"podcast" Discussed on The Proffitt Podcast

The Proffitt Podcast

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Proffitt Podcast

"And if you're not following back on Instagram, go follow me. Because you can bet your bottom dollar. I'm going to come back with so many stories and just all kinds of videos I'm going to have tons of context. Yep. Whenever I come back from podcast movement, I'm taking my portable devices. I have my Tascam. That has my Excel are microphones. If you're like Crystal, you're speaking this language. I don't know what it is. Basically, it's, my handheld recorder where I can connect two microphones to it, and I can literally just hold the recorder and me, and another person we can hold our Mike store mouth and we can talk and we can speak, can record ourselves. So I'm going to be doing lots of interviews. I'm hoping to get some videos, done, videos, recorded y'all. There is just, I can't even help it. There is a lawn service across the street just got here and I don't, I thought they were done. I was like, oh no record this episode. They're going to be finished. They're not. So if you hear some hours are some weird noises in the background, I just, we're just going to go. We're going to go straight through because life happens podcast, things got to go on, right? So let's talk about what's going on. So long. I'm going to be speaking on the podcast movement stage now, o, have to take a deep breath because this is kind of like a pinch. Me moment. I can't believe I just said pinch. I normally get a pink and my husband makes fun of me because that's, he's like, you're from East Texas. Of course you would say peach. I'm like, I know, I know it's pinch, but I say Pete's, I'm having a pinch me moment because I have had speak on a podcast movement stage, like all my vision board as something I've wanted to do, ever since I decided to start teaching podcasting and one thing that is just so amazing about this is I got to speak on the podcast movement University stage. Now I'm actually going to talk on the podcast movement physical stage. Oh, like I just my mind is blown even even saying it out loud. So I'm going to be speaking on day one, which is dead. August 3rd. This is a Tuesday y'all. This, it's a leaf blower, it's what it is. The guy can see them..

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"podcast" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"I'm high key excited to review see. I knew like that. I would do it before you and you wanted to do it. I i didn't want to do it at all. Yes he did no. I can't resist those jokes. You shadow me for making a john. Cena can't see him joking that you've made at least seven each podcast since but i'm just a natural like funny guy..

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"podcast" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

"That has been confirmed by amazon. I know there were rumors about. It's still being powered by tune in or apple. podcasts. And i've heard some people say that recently but no if you want to make sure. Your podcast is most easily accessed on alexa device. Well you're already spent the less than one minute. Submitting your show via the lips and destination for amazon music audible correct. So you're good if not spend that less than one minute and take care of it and here are some info you can let your listeners know about when it comes to asking alexa to play a podcast than in elsa. Do you want to over these ominous. Say what you wanna do. And elsie is gonna tell so any time we hear the fee. Just replace your podcast title In place of the feet so if we wanted to if if you wanna play podcast what would you say to alexa. Lexa play the podcast. The feed if you wanna play a followed podcast. What would you say alexa. Play my followed podcasts. And if you wanted to navigate between podcast episodes alexa next slash previous episode. Now what about if you wanted to play the latest episode alexa. Play the latest or alexa. Play the latest episode of the feed. And if you wanna fast forward or rewind in an episode alexa fast forward rewind alexa fast forward or rewind two minutes how but if you want to continue with a podcast it's progress alexa. Resume my podcast or alexa resumed the podcast and really this whole segment screams kelly from a marketing team. So make sure you also check out. Blog dot lipson dot com on a regular basis as we went. All we went over might be showing up in a much nicer easy to follow along blog post but all you know switching back and forth actually seemed to go pretty well but i already so kelly say she's on it so yes so again go to blog dot lipson dot com to look for the post on this and also it's not gonna you know. Turn on your your box as you read. It did and for all of those that we did that too. We're sorry but thanks to the amazon podcast team for sharing that info and for encouraging us to share with all of you right here goes then another email dear elsie and rob. Can i please ask a question about the lipson player that we can embed in websites. I'm trying to work out. How many plays or downloads. It get so i can compare it with the likes of apple overcast and spoken in an affectionate doting tone castro etc. I'm guess i'm guessing it's shown in the stat somewhere. But i'm not sure what the heading will be. Sorry you've covered this before. But lipson has so many initiatives going on these days. It's sometimes hard to keep up. Thanks for all you're doing and supporting us in so many different ways by now and this is from paul's from the fighting through world war. Two podcast so for the show level player the stats will be under destinations. So of you've gone into destinations. You grab the embed code for the show level player in pope. Put it on your side or other sites you're already and get those stats under destinations. But if you need to also get it..

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"podcast" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

"What not only is gonna make for great content but that's when it allows the you know the real flavor and perspective of the show come out because you're not scripting and you're not kind of you know following a stringent format. It is or just like a bunch of bodies sitting around talking and i think from the audience's perspective and and again this is when i'm when i'm talking to people about trying out their first podcast they say. Look the the real enjoyment. I get from listening to shows as i feel like i'm in the room i feel like i'm hanging out. I feel like i'm part of the conversation. And you know when you when you hear that song or something. You're like this fucking guy wrote these lyrics for me. I get that feeling when. I'm listening to podcasts. Sometimes slow exactly. And that's that's why i'm so attracted to the format because it's like. Yeah i really feel like. I'm part of this and i'm i'm in this conversation and i could see myself having these exact arguments or these exact executives and that's why i love getting people on the show that have differences of opinion because i want to stir that pot. I wanna stir that. Because you told me before i love that shit. It's like i want i want. I want the best. And worst of people i want to hear the exact reason why you believe what i'm saying or the exact reason why you think i'm foolish it. Because that's typically when the best conversations going to happen because that's like when the truth gets out not gotten into conversations with people that like you know we've had to like hit stop and say you know what we're going to not air that last twenty minutes because we just got bought the lee fucking who saw rub the ears and like no really fucking chill out and take this again and then i go back and listen to it and i'm like i'm some good concentrate there..

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"podcast" Discussed on WazaMedia Podcast

WazaMedia Podcast

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on WazaMedia Podcast

"Edited to our episode right so the things you learn along the way but yet it's a lot of work i wanna continue on this conversation about podcasting and that's going to be the main emphasis on our show and before we do i have some stats that i found foam barrel. It's a ob er l. They've got this website has Listen i'm reading from right now. The ten powerful podcasts statistics. You need to know so. I'm going to shoot off a couple of these not gonna read the whole ten go ahead on their website but i thought i thought some of these things about podcasting really really interesting. So i'm going to share these an anna we can react to some of these So the website The first one that pops up it says how many podcasts are there and this is from. The website says there. Eight hundred fifty thousand active podcasts and over three thirty million podcast episodes worldwide man. That's hot. I definitely you know i. I expected the offline number. Two bigger right because people start podcasts. And don't keep up with them. So i definitely expected the offline to be bigger but the online number surprise a little bit to big. It is so. That's that's good. That people are doing it. I think podcasting is only going to grow. I think so too the Most popular device used to listen to podcasts. I think we kind of know this answer has to be apple. Has to be the apple iphone. So i was going to think about devices. I was thinking that i but According to this site only talks about the type of device so this site lists smartphones and tablets as the most popular way of listening to podcasts. Which make sense is if you want something on the go you take your device with you and it becomes easier to run into. Yep it's funny because god casts. My podcast episode. That dropped today at the time. They were recording. This is with aerial schaeffer. And she's with dream pro and we were taught. She does like online course development and we were talking about. How courses are the newest version of podcast. Because now you can access them on your.

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"podcast" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"We're talking all about podcasts. And my guest is elsie flint. Hard and he is here to help us. he has. This amazing company called podcast town and he is a phenomenal podcast producers. So l z. Thank you so much for being on. The show tells a little bit more about you. And how did you get started in this podcast world. Well first of all thank you so much for having me anytime. I get the unity talk and people actually listen. I'm all excited. So thank you so much for the opportunity. A little bit about me. I've been in office for about seventeen years both in music and the spoken word and long story short. I founded podcast town. Because i wanted to other people get their voice out there get their message out there and so our our vision is to create a town where every voice is heard in. That's what we do. We help people's voices get heard and for you know for those listeners. Out there you might have picked up on my whole flight team will els. Got the whole podcast counting. He is the mayor of podcast town. And i just love it i love. I love a good theme. Now i gotta tell you l z. I audio is not my thing like visual. I can look at a photograph. And i can tell you what's good about it. What's not good about it. i've got a background in photography As well as a degree in psychology but audio. Like i can remember when my husband brought these gold cables or cords or something in for our tv. And he's like oh it's going to really dramatically improve the sound and my son was sitting there and he was like listening in his like night and day difference. I didn't hear one iota of change. I don't get it i. I don't know why you spend all this money on these gold cable fema jigs and so audio is not my thing and that's why i think. Sometimes we as entrepreneurs rely on other sports that are out

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"podcast" Discussed on All Things Techie

All Things Techie

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on All Things Techie

"Would you want to be displaying. Wouldn't you think you're covered money. Yes you toss av technicians. We will install an led wall. You can display us at full capacity or whatever you imagine like highs parties if you weren't displaying tropic. Come over. Look on my laptop i own. This this image out here would be displaying properly. It's of this is on the pixels an fda that goes with us and then we d. imaging is becoming popular with us as well. I i know i do. I don't like it but it's it's a bit like why. Why do people have so much money. Who buys them just so they could spend their money. Yeah i wonder if this taxable only if you buy ours it's taxable. I look to know what i can. Can you claim money back off like buying are like this. I i think we just need to design something. Simon and dislike have an fte on us and you know maybe they are first podcast night..

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"podcast" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

03:04 min | 10 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"Hello and welcome to another podcast on vacations. With me. ego tara there are two kinds of future podcasters planners and the impatient now planners recognize the work or at least that there is work involved in starting podcast and they get to planning the impatient however they just want to get the show out there since and they're not planners they don't know how to get the show out there so they either wind up doing crappy job or they wind up hiring somebody like my company. So yeah. if that's you and impatient by all means get in touch now. Assuming you the working podcast out. Here is not among the impatient. If you were. You probably shouldn't be listening to this show but assuming you're not that means you're a planner a planner of some sort. You may not recognize that. You're a planner. You don't even call yourself a plan. You think the opposite of a planner. But i probably showed you probably are somewhat of a planner and planters as far as podcasting does have to archetypes either architects or gardeners fox plane. Each of those see. When i'm working with clients who are usually impatient. I adopt the role of the architect and as an architect. I m using their vision and shaping it into the building the park the whatever you want to think about this is a building. I'm here to craft the best building possible in order to craft a building as we're not just dropping a prefabricated home on a lot making a building making a podcast takes lots of planning like hours of upfront. Planning that can take weeks and or months just to get the planning session done in the planning session. We're gonna start detailing out segments and also during the production process where detailing out the segments that will go in a show. no it doesn't have to be a full on variety show or sketch comedy or does it matter. Every show has segments. Every podcast episode has segments. We're going to detail all of those out when i'm playing. The architectural ross are going to script out a dozen episodes or more sometimes the actual real words everything being said word-for-word get script out when. I'm an architect mode well before anything's ever dropped and when i'm an architect mode making really great content man it can work really really well highly produced tight exactly what the client is looking for. Everybody is happy. The audience loves it. Because we've done some testing in there. Great it's wonderful the great and but they don't allow for a huge amount of surin. Deputy or in some cases any serendipity and.

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"podcast" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"Bowen in this first podcast series and going into conversation with no harm young wrexham noam numerous son as a designer. Their focused on creating myths in well-designed fiction through various mediums. Mostly in order to open up political discussions about Underrepresentation their projects differ from books. Only readable for a bets It's a sex toys and gender cables next known refuses to defend their gender exclusively male or female in other words socially anxiously refuses to be either male or female date therefore refused gender binary their.

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"podcast" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"In find something new. Would i thought was my purpose expanded. I thought that at first podcast was was designed for me to speak about things that i generally don't wanna share with people. It was my chance in a black introvert semi social black introvert to interact with the world. That was the initial purpose. And i rolled with that for many episodes. I rode with that because that was the purpose until life told me. Stop life told me the step back. Life told me to gain a different perspective on purpose. Once i step back saw the purpose has changed. Instead of sharing my stories. The purpose changed to using this podcast as a vehicle as a space to share the stories of people. People that know people that i don't know people who are pursuing their passions people who are pursuing their dreams people who are living living a purpose life. It was clear to me that this has to occur with the podcast. I will still be sharing some of my stories of some of my perspectives but the vision has expanded to include more of you the listener more view my family more of you must support my community my city my state my nation this world and so i want to extend an invitation to all of you leaders out there that are listening to this podcast. Please so that you can share your story knock. Are here the doubt some you say. Well i don't have a story like that like my story is not all that deep. Trust me you have a story. You have wisdom. You've been some places you have experiences. You have knowledge you have expertise. You have something to share. You always bring something to the table you. I used to be that type of person to like. What do i have to share. My life is not exciting. I'm a semi social black introvert. I haven't really done much in my life. That's exciting in. Every time i said that.

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"podcast" Discussed on The Passion People Podcast

The Passion People Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"podcast" Discussed on The Passion People Podcast

"Really want to do it. The first thing is we enjoyed into podcast. So i you know. Even if he'd been didn't make the money we still continued doing it. sponsoring from our own pockets. But we've reached a point very few recreation good Good content and like said when you create good content. You have the right to ask people to pay for it. I'm not sure that money's going to come from the listeners. You're supposedly when are big fans of sort of adriaan or those kinds of platforms but definitely sponsorships is one way again. It's gonna make you big money but if you look at the other aspects where you can create niche products that you sell to your listeners if you can tie up with other companies that again produce certain products over whether it's merchandising those kinds of things i think you have a better opportunity found any more. That's point of view. I do a ceremony. And think knowing. I mean going at it naturally and using a style like when i say my podcast i never thought i could ever do live shows do or even start doing consulting gigs and juvenile guests but those things games i slowly acquired. Mccaw vans a desolate him. Doing and i know how just started eventually. I think i'm gonna come under points. Where i can reading engage those that i know i really very important. I mean. Put them to emulate my toplessness. They give them. This is the show like they have like some stake. Hold on on the show as well and they feel like it's part of is so yes. I think there's a one-size-fits-all i think. Commended as as best as you can but still just stuck in whatever give going for and gives you a podcast on. That process has worked because what works. What people might not work for you and then then he gets points way you again. I think i'm good in. I can make this. My default option hunters asian. Those those some really good points. What i want to stress is for me. Basically i think it's never one-size-fits-all and there's no specific formula. Every podcast is different. Which means every audience listener is different. I think for me if you want to always want to take the unicorn example. joe rogan. I think what worked for. Joe rogan the community. Not just from the fact that he brings a very Array of very interesting guests at his approach but what he really bank for him is a community because he came from the comedy background he came from the tv background and he came from the us's background so you have all those people actually tuning in to actually do also tune into stuff that he has to say not just the wonderful guest that he has on so spotify recognize that and there's a huge potential huge community that came with that and also the number showed it on youtube so i think the community is very very big aspect of it like you said are basically the people coming into your show coming in to listen to your show in tuning into your show. Are the people who are going to be there for as we know. It's a hell of a lot easier to cater to the current listeners. A customers if you will you have now as it is to actually acquire new customers which is always fun. But it's a lot harder so as long as you have a clear definition of what it is you want to bring value to the listeners. You have They can carry you pretty far. We all know that you know. These people want to invest into us and as long as we know how to directly speak to them and we keep bringing this value this genuine sense of service that we think they deserve. I think you know it's not just about the money but it could be worthwhile but for me. I think it's not just sponsorships for me. I think it's one podcasting as one avenue can take actually broaden your horizons in terms of communication skills very key points you just about community. I think a lot of us eventually. Forget why podcasting and ain't goes back to what also the tuna said earlier. Alec luhn your wise. I really enjoy people. I love starched storytelling like him. Processes and i think focused going back to my community through that again. I think that gives me the most fulfillment and stan goes on. People to defy fabulous. Looks like because right. Now i feel so. Thank you that problem. We've seen if don't have physical group or discount chat. All free to find out was that was that gathering whole way of people conducted in and get your there and see what's working get a pulse on the community. So i think able to clarify that i think also abuses shrink of your your platform and that also make him very easy or relatively easier partially and dense reminded albertina folks as we as we conclude have had like a phenomenal discussion in terms of engagement. To spokane about podcasts have grown spoken about monetization and all of your thoughts on it. My favorite bits of that obviously from the factory said that unites not a one size fits all solution that something absolutely agree. I i also like that back and forth between all the stress about the syndrome but we should judge content but the we shouldn't judge content and the inside betty now gave about his er was the size and the analytics expectations of your customers. And maybe you just up to the smaller customers and you can speak to. That was phenomenal insight. So thank you guys for taking the time and you know for being on the passionate podcast and talk about your podcasting during couvert..

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"podcast" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"podcast" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"Am Alex Edmunds people know me as one of the supremist room hams on the internet and this is the building in the business podcast. Okay. So today I'm going to walk you through the podcast website. So I'm going to talk about the goals for Life podcast website and then I'm going to take you through every page. I have it's not that many. I have the homepage the archive page every episode page off the page for the book the transcript page the subscription page the about page and the secret second book page. Okay, so let's get started. Be home page. So the homepage the goals the goals of the podcast website is to get Podcast subscribers and to get email subscribers. So everything every page is optimized for one of the two. Okay, so the homepage the homepage starts out with the title the building and any business podcast because I want people to know what this what this website is for. Then I start out with the podcast cover. I might just remove that cuz is really no value. Other than like people seeing the cover. Okay. The next thing is links to the podcast. I do the most popular players Google apple juice and the RSS feed and this is one way I optimized for podcast subscribers. So by having the most popular players, someone is more likely to be using one of those players and when they click on one of those icons they can subscribe right from there. Okay. Next I have descriptions of the topics that can be heard on the podcast. I have the description know I had like what is it called? Like the word I would use to describe that topic. So podcasting. Then I have a sample of an episode that they moved here that's related to that topic. I have how to interview a podcast guess for the podcasting subject home. And then I have like a little description of podcasting in the episodes. Then I have one for community building and then I have one for web development. And so that that's just three topics. You will hear on the podcast. Okay, then I have to pop ups for email subscribers and the first name. Pop up I have or not the first one I guess so as soon as you scroll to the very bottom of the of the homepage what happens yeah a end of the page pop up or come up and ask you to subscribe to the email list. And this is a custom pop up that I wrote myself. And yeah, and then so when you're exiting the.

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"podcast" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"podcast" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"Building in any business in the center of venture capital. I am Alex Edmunds people know me as one of the supremist room hams on the internet and this is the building in the business podcast. Okay. So today I'm going to walk you through the podcast website. So I'm going to talk about the goals for Life podcast website and then I'm going to take you through every page. I have it's not that many. I have the homepage the archive page every episode page off the page for the book the transcript page the subscription page the about page and the secret second book page. Okay, so let's get started. Be home page. So the homepage the goals the goals of the podcast website is to get Podcast subscribers and to get email subscribers. So everything every page is optimized for one of the two. Okay, so the homepage the homepage starts out with the title the building and any business podcast because I want people to know what this what this website is for. Then I start out with the podcast cover. I might just remove that cuz that is really no value. Other than like people seeing the cover. Okay. The next thing is links to the podcast. I do the most popular players Google apple juice and the RSS feed and this is one way I optimized for podcast subscribers. So by having the most popular players, someone is more likely to be using one of those players and when they click on one of those icons they can subscribe right from there. Okay. Next I have descriptions of the topics that can be heard on the podcast. I have the description know I had like what is it called? Like the word I would use to describe that topic. So podcasting. Then I have a sample of an episode that they moved here that's related to that topic. I have how to interview a podcast guess for the podcasting subject home. And then I have like a little description of podcasting in the episodes. Then I have one for community building and then I have one for web development. And so that that's just three topics. You will hear on the podcast. Okay, then I have to pop ups for email subscribers and the first name. Pop up I have or not the first one I guess so as soon as you scroll to the very bottom of the of the homepage what happens yeah a end of the page pop up or come up and ask you to subscribe to the email list. And this is a custom pop up that I wrote myself. And yeah, and then so when you're exiting the.

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"podcast" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"podcast" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"There's a new professional podcasting group in town and the reaction has been rather mixed. But that doesn't Mean Indy. Podcasters should fear it however those who want to preserve podcasting it was back in two thousand and six yet. They're gonNA have a tough time accepting this change hello and to another podcast pontificate actions with me. Yvo Tara. The podcast academy is here. It is a professional podcasting group that is designed to recognize the best in podcasting with an annual award ceremony called the Golden. Mikes it was announced that podcast movement evolutions twenty twenty in Los Angeles last week and the reactions as I said. Earlier were split. It was either cool. We need a real solid amazing professional awards ceremony. That brings the big dogs out. So that we can elevate podcasting and the other one was. What about the indies? What about the other voices okay? Those were the two big rallying cries. I WANNA speak today to those. Who are worried about the voice. I'm not worried about the voice but I think maybe it's because you and I have a different definition of what in the podcasting means the sea when I hear a lot of people? Talk About Indie. Podcasting what I really see them. Talking about is amateur. Podcasting is hobbyist. Podcasting is I just picked up a microphone. I've been listening for a while. Maybe I can do this on my own level of podcasting and I think it's great. I'm impressed every time. Somebody grabs a Mike and says I think I can do this. Podcast anything so wonderful thing and want them to continue on doing that. But that's amateur hobbyist level. You can still be an Indie podcast. Her and produce amazing content amazing content. That sounds great. That is well researched and is well done. You don't have to be a part of a gigantic corporation. And yes some really big corporations are involved with the podcast academy like Sony Music and I get that that's scary but also PR X. Which is a big podcasting company wondering which is a podcasting company and plenty of independent voices as well so you don't have to be one of the pros to be there but you do have to be capable of making content that will appear no that will appeal to other peers inside the podcast academy. Oh and who are these peers of the podcast academy well? I'm signing up. I'm going to pay the hundred dollars a year annual fee to be a member of the podcast academy because this is what I do. This is my job. This is not a hobby for me. This is my profession. So I will be in the PODCAST Academy podcast academy is GonNa be broken down into various peer groups peer groups that you may not even think about as an independent caster and certainly not as a hobbyist or an amateur podcast her peer groups of Art Creative Executive Director editor host. Those are three different things not the same. Then there's journalists and reporters than theirs launch Peter Groups Marketing and PR professionals performers and producers way producers editors yeah two different things producers versus editors professional representatives sound engineers and writers. This is how the PODCAST Academy sees. What podcasting can be? Because this is what? The founding members the governing board of the podcast academy do they recognize. There's more to making a podcast than just grabbing. A Mike and saying whatever's on your mind not that there's anything wrong with that and not this organization wants to eliminate that they don't they want to elevate those who want to make amazing podcasting content and I'm excited about that for a number of reasons but the biggest reason that excites me is because we know that better content brings more people in the fold. It really does. When more people encounter a podcast and go? Wow I had no idea it could be this amazing. They tend to want to seek out more more amazing content. Yes so no. A podcast academy will not leave amateurs or hobbyists on the ground anymore than they already are on the ground will elevate them to the next level of status if they can make a great show if they can make the kind of content that appears appeals to these peer groups that absolutely they can make it and elevate their game and make better content is it guaranteed no not at all. It's hard work to make a show at those levels which is why organizations like wondering employ so many different people takes a lot of work to make a high quality podcast. And that's O K. We should embrace this idea. You know you might be a great cook. You might be able to make amazing food but can you make an amazing restaurant. Maybe there's a lot more work that goes into running a successful restaurant that's worthy of Michelin Shaw Star or two. Then it is cooking things at home. You might be really funny at a party. You might tell great jokes. Are you ready for stand up? Are you ready to have your own giant net flicks special lots of room in between those two things and the successful ones? Don't wipe out the ones at the bottom. It's not the case and I don't think that's going to be the case here again. I am excited about the podcast academy in case you hadn't noticed I am signing up to become a member which is gonNa cost me money and that's fine. I think it's money well spent because that money's GonNa go back into supporting podcasting into running this organization into having a very cool event and also to do some training and other things that they've talked about doing that. We've seen any of that. No is there a chance will fail absolutely because many of the other ones have although not all have I should point out that there are existing groups out there that do an award show that do award shows every year and I hope they continue. Because we've got plenty of room for all of them. This is just one and this is one that really has me interested and excited in a way that the other ones haven't done it yet. Maybe it's a flight of fancy I'm not worried about it. I'm not worried about the independent voices. Truly independent voices who are making amazing content. I'm not worried about them. I'm also not worried about the hobbyists or the Internet. Just amateurs out there. Keep making your content. This doesn't stop you from doing that. Says just having a path that shows you what better content looks like what it takes to make the kind of content that gets recognized by this particular group? And if you don't want to do that fine but a lot of people do I. Do I want to hear.

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