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Best Soundcasting Network podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Soundcasting Network podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Seattle Cypher creator Chase Fade drops through Studio 212 to chop it up with Casey and Naomi about his creative journey, including his stint with J Cole on the Dreamville sessions, how being the right person at the right time is a matter of putting yourself there, and how deep his love for Seattle artists runs.…
 
Jonathan Blanco started TF Blockchain to provide a networking and education platform for the blockchain community of practice in Seattle and six other cities. We spoke with Jonathan about TF's origin story plus how blockchain principles and technology are changing industries and services well beyond the financial sector. If you're looking for a map…
 
During CES, we spoke with John Canning, a senior executive at Digital Domain, one of Hollywood's top-tier visual effects (VFX) creative development studios. Examples of DD's work include the villainous Titan Thanos from Marvel's Avenger film series. Brought alive on the screen by actor Josh Brolin and the Digital Domain VFX team, Thanos is a fusion…
 
Casey and Naomi are back at it with Tori Dunlap from Her First 100k, a finance and money expert who is talking about having saved up $100k by 25, running her own businesses, helping women become financially independent and figuring out how to take care of yourself and your pockets at the same time.By The Soundcasting Network
 
On the floor at CES 2020, John spoke with Matt Holvey from Bell about Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and new directions for an 80 year old aviation company. The conversation touched on mass-market, electric powered vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, regulatory issues, the path to autonomous flight operations, and what is required to build an…
 
Following up from our panel session at the Infinity Festival, we spoeak with Bryan Biniak of Connected Travel about media development for new mobility, hackathons between automotive OEMs and record labels as well as the skillsets and attitudes required to navigate this shifting audience sector.By The Soundcasting Network
 
In Part II of our deep dive into next generation storytelling, we talk with Nigel Tierney, Head of Content for Ryot about game engines and mobile edge computing in media. We also report from the Augmented City panel session on next generation media & marketing for automobiles.By The Soundcasting Network
 
With the acceptance of Breakdances With Wolves as a presenter at the SXSW Festival in Austin, the crew is taking time to talk about what it means to have Natives with the freedom to tell their own stories in their own ways, what it means to have the ability to own a narrative. This is what lies at the heart of BDWW. We hope you enjoy.…
 
John interviews Dr. Christof Koch of the Allen Institute for Brain Science about the nature of consciousness. From split brains, bridged brains, neural implants and everything in-between, Dr. Koch and John discuss a wide range of clinical and philosophical implications of a scientific understanding consciousness and what it means to be human.…
 
During a recent trip to LA for the Infinity Festival, John Gauntt guest hosted with Voice of America. There, he was fortunate enough to interview screenwriter John MacInnes, who wrote the script for Call of Duty Modern Warfare, one of the best selling videogames of all time. The two Johns talked about game engines as creative palettes for storytell…
 
Wes is in the big chair tonight with Gyasi and Minty out of commission, and he's brought Matt Remle of Last Real Indians in to talk about the victory Matt helped win to get Licton Springs declared a landmark and how reclaiming sacred spaces and introducing younger generations of Natives to their stories and histories is happening, right now!…
 
5G cellular is tipped to become the next evolutionary infrastructure for physical mobility and digital media. John Gauntt explores what this means for people creating content and new user experiences. You'll learn what is 5G and what's driving it, how that's playing out in the marketplace, plus the key nuggets to understand about 5G if you develop …
 
Naomi is back on the mic this week as she and Casey sit down to talk with Bobby of BAHTOH, one of the flyest florists in the game, with clients on both coasts and a few places in-between. He shares what inspires him and the challenges of moving to NY, including scams and booted rental vehicles. It's a dope look at the flower game from one of the be…
 
Behind the scenes is where the real work goes down and the decisions that shape the way a region develops. One of the original PNW hip-hop entrepreneurs, Ocean Records' Steve-O has been putting it down and making things happen for decades, and now, he's dropping gems and spitting facts.By Soundcasting Network
 
Casey and Mo are in studio with professional indie circuit wrestler Rebel Kel, talking about the bangs and bruises life as a pro wrestler, how you beat the odds, and you just have to be tougher than the challenges in front of you! It's a dope conversation, and Mo gets bodyslammed through a table (not really).…
 
We have a heavy one today! In the best way. Casey has been learning more about her Filipino heritage, and in celebration of Filipino American History Month, her and Naomi are sitting down with Allison Masangkay of the Kapatid Collective to talk about the erasure of Filipino heritage, and rediscovering what it means to the Americanized-child of immi…
 
John talks with Bill Foy, SVP for Engineering for Denso, a mobility OEM that is launching a new Seattle Innovation Lab focused on connected vehicles and cloud computing. John and Bill take a look at the Seattle Lab's remit and what new mobility players are trying with edge and cloud computing.By The Soundcasting Network
 
Casey and Naomi are joined by STEM advocate, immigrant and entrepreneur Lorena Soriano to talk about her mind-blowing journey from ambitious kid to successful businesswoman, advocate for girls in STEM and startup founder. It's not often we're blown away, but this girl is a steamroller. It's a master class in not letting 'No' get in your way on the …
 
John sits down with James Cox the CPO for Canoo, to talk about autonomy and electric vehicles. Canoo's value proposition is based around a subscription-based, modular, electric "skateboard" platform which offers innovators a palette of versatile mobility options for both people and cargo.By The Soundcasting Network
 
Casey is back in the chair with Naomi and their guest, the guy who makes things happen for Seattle Connect, a networking collective built on the idea of no pressure, networking where the most important things are that people respect each other's time and and know that the best collaborations include getting paid.…
 
With Gyasi off the grid, Minty takes the reigns and her and Wes welcome former Mayoral candidate, boxer, poet, lawyer and general baddie Nikita Oliver to the show. They dig into Chile's 9/11, the Dior+Johnny Depp+Culture Vulturing trainwreck, and a few things they're feeling! Plus Mama Mint Diva's Birthday!!!…
 
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