Best Chula podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Casual Atmosphere – Serious Faith – No Weird Stuff. If your life is as perfect as Ken and Barbie’s, then we’re probably not the church for you. EastLake Church is for normal people and imperfect families with everyday issues. Sorry, no perfect people allowed.
 
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EducatedGuess
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Educators, difference makers, in the city of Chula Vista, and San Diego at large. Comes witha side order of sports, politics, and sarcasm.
 
Join San Diego's newest brew crew, the San Diego Flight Club as we visit local craft breweries and talk to brew masters, owners, and local beer fans.
 
Sports Revenue Analytics veteran Troy Kirby interviews the team behind the teams in Front Offices and Athletics Departments throughout the world, revealing an industry of specialists and minds unseen by the local or national media. Examined in this podcast are current or long-standing industry topics; tickets, business, analytics, moneyball, revenue, finance, economy, sales and jobs of the NCAA, NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL. Also included are topics surrounding third party vendors, sports business ...
 
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The AJ Show Podcast
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What the cool kids listen to in the morning.
 
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Fabtech Motorsports
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Fabtech Motorsports/Offroad Racing/SCORE, BITD, CORR
 
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Maxxis Motorsports
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SCORE BITD CORR
 
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James Halliday, Executive Director of A Reason To Survive (ARTS), sits down with the crew to talk about his educational experience, his life moonlighting as a double agent in Eastern Europe, and most importantly, the community work he's doing alongside his team here in San Diego, California. The creative space ARTS provides is essential because ...…
 
Sarah Uhran has taken the concept of personal branding for athletes and turned it on its head. Uhran represents a new type of dynamic that showcases not only the athlete brand from what the public sees, but also the consistent advisor role of ensuring athlete success in their personal or professional interactions with others. Uhran discusses ho ...…
 
The UTLA: Special Report is dedicated with love and respect for the 30,000+ teachers on strike and the community that supports them. We want to give a special thanks to David Goldberg, Erika Jones, Christina Quimiro, Jose Andrade and Gary Locke. Your time and sacrifice makes this strike so real to our listeners and we’re honored to be a small p ...…
 
On the latest episode (34) of the Educated Guess Podcast, we interview combat veteran Nathan Fletcher, who teaches Political Science at the University of California, San Diego. Fletcher, who is the midst of a race for the District 4 seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, talked to us about his journey in becoming a public servant. F ...…
 
Join us as we embark on a trip to Embarcadero brewing to join them in celebration of their soft launch. Embarcadero brewing opens its doors to friends and family to celebrate and taste their premiere flavors. Having spent over 20 years brewing, Gustavo Molina of Embarcadero brewing is proud to present a variety of flavors he's been working on f ...…
 
His tagline that stands out above all others is, "From dope dealer to hope dealer." Here the stories and inner machinations of Roberto Rivera. A young man by way of Texas, who would lead a life of social justice activism and entrepreneurship. He would then go on to create his own major sorrounding these fields at UWM. We sit down with Roberto f ...…
 
Chris Spano ties various components of the primary and secondary ticket markets together, working for MLB, NFL and NHL teams, along with working at StubHub. Now, at the American Hockey League, Spano discusses some of the ways that the secondary ticket market can even help minor league hockey survive and thrive in a constant push for new invento ...…
 
Here is what dedication and love look like in practice. @AliciaJohal on them twitters for the necessary follow. We talk science, mastery-based grading, seaperch robotics, and professional development. We talk culture and climate and the tough discussions that need to occur between colleagues. Its such a content rich podcast amongst jst the laug ...…
 
It's finally here. The Educated Guess Podcast is back for a 3rd season and our lineup is phenomenal. This episode is something for both educators and hip-hop fans. Real boom bap hip hop fans, and educators who believe pedagogy should be guided joy and love. Brother Ali of Rhymesayers sat down with us for a quick interview about his introduction ...…
 
The San Diego Flight Club arrived in North Park just in time to catch a flight at North Park Beer Co. Rocking a distinctive flair, NPBC stands out from most other breweries or tasting rooms nearby. Listen in as we sit down with two local artists to discuss the art scene and making a living as an artist, we also discuss the importance of touring ...…
 
Graham Oliphant has helped the growth of rugby in the United States and the United Kingdom, creating a strategic planning effort that other sport organizations have begun to follow. Oliphant talks about the impact of Major League Rugby in America, which has launched successfully with the Seattle Seawolves beginning a sellout streak and developi ...…
 
Jim Sweeney is just getting started in a period when most people are looking at retirement. Sweeny serves as an international board member and the head of FIMBA USA (Federation of International Masters Basketball Association). The International Olympic Committee calls FIMBA the best senior sports federation in the world. Sweeney talks about how ...…
 
The BMW Championship represents a unique challenge for Jeff Lapsansky, since he has to sell tickets to a PGA Tour event that moves every other year to a different city. Lapsansky discusses some of the ways that he drives ticket sales and marketing for the event, as well as ensures that pricing maximizes the possibility of a return for the non-p ...…
 
Rethink how we run our schools. Be excellent to each other. Build, Bash, Beautify. Mike Strong stands strong for all of the above. Teacher, thinker at High Tech High in San Diego and teacher at Stanford's d. School, Mike is a futuristic educator that cares about students. You have to listen to how you can rethink systems in your classroom and s ...…
 
The weather doesn't stop a great ticket sales staff from selling. John Markiewicz shares his knowledge about selling in cold weather for baseball and hot weather for hockey. Markiewicz talks about his strategy in driving group ticket sales for Chicago White Sox games in April where the temperature is a high of 8 degrees, and selling hockey in F ...…
 
As if it couldn't get confusing enough, Troy King comes on the podcast to share a funny episode at the 2018 National Sports Forum regarding Troy Kirby, Troy Tutt and Troy Kirby and one confused gentleman who said "Hi Troy" when all three turned around at once. King talks about his time at Churchill Downs, selling over 70 events beyond the Oaks ...…
 
Zach Dayton returns to the podcast after nearly four years since his original one (Ep. 328). Dayton talks about his transition from Pace University, a D2 school, to Fairfield University, which is Division 1. Dayton shares his insight into bringing not only fresh ideas, but also ways to help implement those ideas beyond the presentation stage wi ...…
 
The San Diego Flight Club crash-landed today at Embarcadero Brewing Co. with Owner, Gustavo Molina and strategic community partner, Ruben Torres of the Love Thy Neighbor Movement. Over a couple of glasses of fine craft beer, we discussed the challenges and expected rewards of opening the first Brewery in National City. Listen in as Gustavo and ...…
 
Fresh off her departure of a second stint with the Corvallis Knights, former COO Holly Marie Jones shares her insight into the West Coast League baseball franchise's brand, and how she was able to enhance it through merchandise, ticket sales and concessions. Jones discusses how the presence of the mascot, along with a sidekick, helped boost the ...…
 
Daniel Garcia is local to the podcast, he graduated in 2006, from Bonita Vista High School (shout out to Mr. Eric Helle). Daniel would get his Bachelor's from Harvey Mudd College, do some lab work in DC, and then enter doctoral work at UCSD. His thesis and work has to do with the metastasizing of cancer cells, and he does his best to explain it ...…
 
Back in 2010, if Dominic Laico had been able to get his work done for a secondary market reseller on time, the entire resale market would have never been revolutionized. Laico would launch AutoProcessor in 2011, with the set goal of mass uploading e-tickets to all secondary distribution channels at once. Laico compares notes on what the market ...…
 
Glenn Wong has had a continual front-row seat to the evolving world of sports law education, citing his enrollment in one of the first sports-focused legal classes in the country. After a long tenure at U-Mass, Wong is helping broaden the sports legal education on the west coast at Arizona State University. Wong discusses various components of ...…
 
The biggest dog in the fight is sometimes a little yapper. That's what El Paso Chihuahuas' general manager Brad Taylor discusses as he joins the podcast, covering exactly how the MiLB team has created one of the hottest merchandise brands across the country. Taylor talks about perception versus reality with the El Paso, Texas/Juarez, Mexico mar ...…
 
Since 2012, Alicia Jessop has had one of the premiere sports legal blogs called Ruling Sports. Jessop has parlayed that platform into a full-fledged website, as well as a career change from a practicing assistant city attorney to an assistant professor at the University of Miami and Pepperdine University. Jessop discusses her path, as well as p ...…
 
David Crawford is one of the top industry advocates for the game of Floorball, which is fast becoming one of newest off-season training options and intramural sports in the world. Crawford shares his story of how he first engaged with the sport of Floorball, and quickly because one of its staunchest promoters. Crawford talks about launching his ...…
 
Mackie Feierstein doesn't have the ability to focus on a single successful sport, because the University of Miami athletic department has several winning programs to sell. Feierstein talks about serving several masters, including men's basketball and football, as well as picking up prospects between both. Feierstein discusses the issue of playi ...…
 
Harris Peskin works for the leading esports law firm in the world, ESG Law. Peskin talks about representing various ownership groups and teams in leagues throughout esports, and how that shakes out as the landscape begins to solidify from a wild west atmosphere into a structured tier system. Peskin describes governance and esports economics, as ...…
 
The core principles of design and branding are discussed beyond the idea of logo, focusing on environment for both the staff member and the fan. John Roberson covers some of the dynamics of what his company, Advent, has done in the marketplace in order to create an atmosphere that people want to touch and feel connected by, that includes the St ...…
 
Indoor football has had hundreds of defunct teams or franchises switching leagues. The practice is considered almost common place. Yet when the Bloomington Edge decided to depart the Champions Indoor Football League for another, they were sued. Edge general manager Charles Welde talks as much as he can about the lawsuit and where the team sits ...…
 
Growing an account representative into a skilled sports sales professional is Eric Platte's goal at the Atlanta Hawks. Platte discusses his mindset in how to foster growth from each new hire to develop a pipeline of success for the Hawks organization. Platte talks about allowing the curtain to be pulled back on what selling in sports is, as wel ...…
 
The bridge between the accumulation of consumer data and actionable data in sports revenue generation is narrowing in focus daily. Lenny Goh discusses how the advent of social media data collection is now starting to yield out measurable returns for sports teams and concert ticket buyers, as clients are starting to figure out exactly what makes ...…
 
As the esports revolution continues, so does the separation from the original game tournament structure to an actual revenue generation model focused on corporate sponsor activation and player rights. Strategic Project Partners' David MacKay shares his knowledge of the esports space from Australia's arena, discussing how the growth of the verti ...…
 
Mike Forman has entered into the unique experience of helping on-board his new ownership group at the Carolina Hurricanes, which has helped re-invigorate the local fan base as well as create dynamic, outside the box thinking. Forman describes the process of meetings, which has solidified direction toward a fan-focused model of customer service ...…
 
The Flight Club landed today in Miramar to visit with Steve Anderson, Director of Aged Beers to talk about the process of creating a great barrel-aged beer. Listen in as Steve walks us through his experience over the past 10 years in selecting barrels, picking ingredients, and enjoying the fruits of his labor. Visit Ballast Point Brewing Follow ...…
 
Debra Fine's latest book, The Fine Art of Small Talk, is about revolutionizing how we engage with each other in ways that lead toward relationship building, as well as business development. Fine discusses ways to not only break the ice, but avoid a "Stage Five Clinger" who isn't going to buy but merely absorb your time. Fine talks about how to ...…
 
Recorded Feb 6, 2018. Released late due to editing issues. We need an intern for that business. Just Rodrigo and I talking local events and major news today. More dope interviews lined up, but for now it's just Me n the Biz. Enjoy us talking mess until we get to the local medical ordinance. Find The Educated Guess Podcast on Facebook, IG, and t ...…
 
The Los Angeles Dodgers have found a key way to innovate off of the field, combining forces with R/GA studios to create the Global Sports Venture Studio, a technology accelerator. GSVS Managing Director Tim Katt discusses what all of that means, and why a professional sports franchise is smart to infuse itself into the tech-development space of ...…
 
Erin Dutcher may have a famous name around San Diego sports, but she refused to trade on it, earning her own way by gaining a position with the San Diego Seals, the new lacrosse team. Dutcher talks about how important it was for her to be hired for her own skills, rather than the coaching lineage of her father or grandfather, and how the Seals ...…
 
Andrew Brandt has sat on both sides of the table in a NFL player contract negotiation; both as a player agent and as legal counsel of the NFL's Green Bay Packers. Brandt also has an interesting distinction of being the agent of Ricky Williams, dropped in favor of rapper Master P, who guided Williams to one of the worst contracts in NFL history. ...…
 
Tom McMillen oversees 129 Football Bowl Subdivision athletic directors, working on mentoring and advocacy, as president/CEO of LEAD1 Association. The organization has been around since 1986 and has fostered a conduit of growth of athletic directors, as well as giving voice their challenges to legal matters happening in the nation's capitol. McM ...…
 
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