This Bello Collective publishes their final newsletter, Currently. They launched in 2016 with 150 newsletters featuring podcast critiques and thoughtful reflections on the industry. They ended up saying that there can never be too many podcasts. We will miss them.
Here’s what we need to do in 2022, writes Dan Granger of Oxford Road, who floats the idea of expanding and optimizing the podcasting (advertising) industry. This post includes suggestions for better standards and tools.
Quill Productions:C suite Join Claudette McGowan, Global Executive, Cybersecurity, TD Bank, to explore how cyberattacks happen and what we can do to avoid them. From phishing schemes to robocalls, Claudette meets with C Suite leaders to discuss cyber challenges and ways to help people be more protected.
wrongful conviction Talking this week with Stephanie Spurgeon, the Florida woman who has spent nine years in prison is maintaining her innocence after being convicted of manslaughter for the manslaughter of a baby girl . The show explains how she got there and what it’s like. – read more
Filipino Hilot, Japanese forest bathing, Hawaiian ho’oponopono… Meditation is different all over the world, but great ideasis a new series from SBS that lets you explore the different styles of meditation practiced by different cultures. You are invited to relax, take a break, and listen. – read more
If you think there are too many podcasts in the world, you haven’t been reading books lately. looking for books is a new ten-episode podcast from BBC Arts, hosted by award-winning author Irenosen Okojie, Bastille singer and book lover Dan Smith and library guru Simon Savidge. The group seamlessly guides listeners through the sometimes daunting world of book recommendations and helps you discover what your next book choice might be.
important trip Has returned for Season 2, exploring more of the world’s most unique and rewarding travel experiences through the eyes of the fascinating people who made them possible. The first episode features Olympic gold medalist skier Tommy Moe, sharing his favorite ski destinations around the world.