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A video games podcast where Dave Jackson and guests break down and discuss the games they play. Each episode looks at one game in depth, focusing on mechanics, story, music and other aspects, with no spoilers until a clearly marked spoiler wall in the middle.
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The personal diary of Dave Jackson. Each short episode attempts to make you laugh, cry, think, groan, educate, or entertain. Sometimes, you get to play therapist as Dave attempts to share life's lessons from Father Time.
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Ask the Podcast Coach

Dave Jackson, Jim Collison

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Dave Jackson has been helping people launch podcasts since 2005 and every Saturday he is joined by Jim Collison to is runs the Average Guy Network. Together they have 20 years of podcasting experience and coaching. Get your podcast questions answered.
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The Future of Podcasting

Dave Jackson & Daniel J Lewis

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Want to learn more about Podcasting 2.0, and the Value 4 Value Model but don't understand anything anyone is talking about when it comes to all this satoshi, nodes, sphinx, etc? Then this is the show for you. Join us as I explain the bleeding edge of streaming satoshis for podcasters as we examine the value-for-value business model. I'll also talk about other business ideas, technology and tools in podcasting.
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You want to start a podcast, but you’re unsure where to start. You need advice on how to grow or monetize your show, and stop being so scared that it won’t work! I can help by showing you what mistakes NOT TO MAKE and much more. Subscribe to the show and soak in the 18+ years of podcasting experience from Podcaster Hall of Fame Inductee Dave Jackson.
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JPR Live Sessions is a series of live in-studio music performances and conversations with artists from many different genres. The series is hosted by JPR Open Air hosts Dave Jackson and Danielle Kelly. Recorded in JPR's Steve Nelson Performance Studio, roughly 600 guests have appeared on the series, ranging from Brandi Carlile, Colin Hay and Rosanne Cash to OK Go, Bela Fleck and Jeff Bridges.
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The Messengers is a documentary about podcasting. This podcast is the inside stories about the documentary. Yes we know, a podcast about a movie about podcasting. Hear about the stories that are changing lives, that inspire people to sacrifice to get the word out. What's your message?
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Do you live in Akron, Ohio? Want to keep up with what is going on in your city? This podcast is for you. We will cover local news (the good and the bad), Entertainment schedules, Updates on what your local representatives are up to (in a "just the facts / Non-biased fashion), and whatever else you'd like to hear.
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If you are the person in charge of your website, and you want them to get more traffic, look great, grow your list, and convert more WITHOUT learning code. This podcast is for you. Any job is easy if you have the right tools.
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Don't Feed the Artists

Don't Feed the Artists

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Don't Feed the Artists is a show about music featuring interviews, topical discussions, stories about important moments in music, and deep dives into artist's discographies. New episodes are released every Thursday.
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Join Dave Jackson and he shares insights into geeky weight loss gadgets, insightful articles, and success stories on losing weight, feeling better, and living healthier. He's also pretty darn funny.
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You want to start an online community but you're not sure if anyone should show up? You're not sure if and what to charge? This podcast interviews people who have started and served large communities. They share what works, and what didn't. Go behind the scenes of community building.
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The SmorgShow Podcast originates from the Chris and Dave Smorgasbord radio show which aired on suburban Chicago high school radio station WDGC-FM between 1982-1984. The show was known at the time for its edginess for a high school radio program. Chris and Dave’s all-talk format broke the mold by deviating from the station’s rock genre and often pushed the boundaries of acceptable community standards. In 2010, Chris resurrected the Smorgasbord brand name and paired up with his daughter, Ally ...
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The Dave and Mahoney Show airs weekdays and features Dave Farra and Jason Mahoney, along with co-host Audrey Drake and Executive Producer Chris Jackson. They tackle anything and everything in the realm of pop culture, sports, world news and all the weird stories from Florida and beyond.
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MarCast

MarketingMag

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One-on-one conversations with the sharpest minds in Australian marketing. Welcome to MarCast, the Marketing Magazine podcast series. Each episode, our host Dave Jackson spends some quality time with a senior Australian marketer to understand their approach to brand building, strategy management, data, technology, leadership and more.
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Founded in 2005 the School of Podcasting is one of the Internet's first sites on podcasting. Founder Dave Jackson is a leading expert on Podcasting and his snarky attitude and entertaining delivery has lead Dave to building a large and loyal following. He helps you massage your message, tackle the technology, and flatten the learning curve of podcasting. Over 1 million downloads can't be wrong!
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From school dinners to sofa snacks – food has a huge part to play in shaping our story - and your favourite celebs have some delicious tales to tell. Join Grace Dent and celebrity guests as she throws the cupboard doors open and chats life through food. Grace's new Comfort Eating book, inspired by the podcast, is out now. It’s a wonderfully scrumptious, life-affirming journey through the foods that really mean the most to us. On the podcast, expect to hear from guests (actors from TV, movie, ...
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Coming Soon: Season 2. Hardcore Comedy Drama so funny it might make you do a little wee Starring Joseph, Mary, Dave, Dickie, Jackson and Santa Claus and possibly a sexbot plus better biscuits and The Tao of Keanu. Guest Starring Jaz from The Moth, Rosa from Ujima FM and many more.
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Desiring Brethren

Tanner Hofs, David Short, Jackson O'Brien

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Join Tanner, Jackson, and Dave as their Christian theology is put to the test by the trivial, the controversial, and the unconventional. When they (repeatedly) find themselves swamped in their own ignorance, witness their special guests (biologists, pastors, music producers, and more) swoop in to save the day!
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We explore pharmacy topics and careers so that you feel connected to the profession and inspired to contribute to it. The Pharmacist’s Voice® Podcast is hosted by Kim Newlove, RPh. New episodes are published every Friday.
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Jeremy Caudill and his son Jr talk about how to ”get out of the rat race” in life with business advice from life examples. Jeremy Caudill is the owner of Kim Tam Park at Melanie Springs, Bob Hamburg on Wheels and is the trustee for Springfield Township.
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We are all interns in this tech driven world. Tune in to hear CEOs, HR managers, and Future of Work thought leaders share their career & business stories, and predictions for their industry and job opps in 2030.
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Retro Hangover is a podcast in which your hosts, Shane Koski and Chris Coplien, spotlight a different piece of video game history (be it a specific title, console, company, or person) each episode. They provide a brief background, discuss their personal experiences, as well as their favorites aspects of the item in question. Oh, and there's beer.
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Kingdom Culture Church

Kingdom Culture Church

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Kingdom Culture Church is focused on Jesus, stirred by the Holy Spirit and passionate about his people. We exist to glorify Jesus, preach the Gospel & create a space for people to have an encounter with his Spirit.
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Podcasters' Roundtable

Ray Ortega, Dave Jackson, Daniel J. Lewis.

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Discussing the issues that face podcast producers and podcasting. Each Roundtable features a new podcaster from the community of viewers listeners. We talk less about the 'how-to' and more about the 'why.' You'll learn how to improve your podcast through the shared experience of other podcasters.
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The Dave Kinchen Show

The Dave Kinchen Show

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“The Dave Kinchen Show” features in-depth interviews on national/international affairs and general life observations. The program is hosted by Philadelphia journalist and former government official Dave Kinchen, whose reporting has appeared on FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, Sky News, Inside Edition, Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz. Dave has also interviewed national newsmakers like Barack Obama, Newt Gingrich, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Mitt Romney. Also known as “Dave Kinchen Tonight”, the program first ran from 2 ...
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New episodes coming July 11, 2024! As a small business owner, you need to be a lot of things to make your business go—but you don't have to be a marketer alone. Join host Dave Charest, Director of Small Business Success at Constant Contact, and Kelsi Carter, Brand Production Coordinator, as they explore what it really takes to market your business. Even if marketing's not your thing! You'll hear from small business leaders just like you along with industry experts as they share their stories ...
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Many pharmacists are experts in a specific area. If you are a pharmacist, and you like the idea of sharing your expertise using a podcast, you need to listen to this episode. My podcasting coach, Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting, returns to the podcast today to inspire you to start a podcast. (He was also featured in episode 79 of The Pha…
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'Tis not simply a spade, nay; 'tis a shovel... of HOPE! Friend of the show, Patron, and all around pretty cool guy Dave Jackson joins us once again to chat about a most chivalrous cerulean sir: Shovel Knight! ---------- Today's Guest Information Name: Dave Jackson Bio: Dave is the host of Tales from the Backlog, a podcast reviewing backlog video ga…
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Send us feedback/questions via Text With Streamyard having some "Weird" things going on under their new ownership, I started to look at EvMux as a replacement. Today (after playing with it for 30 minutes) I take it for a test run today. Here is a quick walk through of EvMux. Link to video version of this episode. Sponsors: PodcastBranding.co (artwo…
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Peter Courtney died this week at the age of 81. He was first elected to the Oregon House of Representatives in 1980. He moved to the Senate side in 1999 and became Senate President four years later. Courtney, who grew up in what he liked to call “West by God Virginia,” served for 38 years in the legislature, including a record 20 as the senate pres…
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Artificial Intelligence is radically changing how we work, learn, play and socialize, from virtual assistants helping organize our day to bots that can score Taylor Swift tickets or write college-level essays. But that vast computing capability may also come at a cost, generating results that are rife with bias if the data that was used to train AI…
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Wildfires in the West are becoming more common and severe. Nationwide, national disasters are becoming worse and insurance premiums are rising. In Southern Oregon, residents are seeing spikes in their premiums or are deciding to change insurance companies. One Ashland insurance agent saw a premium on his rental property jump 86%. And for residents …
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Have you ever struggled with remote recording tools for your podcast interviews, feeling like they all just seem to fail you? In today's episode, Dave delves into how using the right browser—specifically Chrome—can make all the difference. He also shares insights on popular remote recording platforms like SquadCast and Riverside, explaining why peo…
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Welcome to the 35th episode in my drug name pronunciation series. In this episode, I divide bupropion into syllables, tell you which syllable to emphasize, and share my source. The written pronunciation is below and in the show notes on thepharmacistsvoice.com. Bupropion = bue PROE pee on Emphasize PROE. Source: USP Dictionary Online Thank you for …
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Have you ever heard a color, or seen a piece of music? Maybe you’ve tasted a sunset, or felt a particular smell? If so, you might have synesthesia. It’s a phenomenon in which one or more sensory pathways blend in the brain to create a new experience. Researchers aren’t sure how many people have synesthesia, but estimates range from 1 in 200 to 1 in…
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Earlier this year, the Washington state Department of Ecology wrote new rules to regulate methane emissions from landfills that surpass federal emission regulations set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality wrote its own rules in 2021 and has been collecting data from landfills for the last two ye…
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This episode is a little different! Kelsi Carter, the team’s brand production coordinator, puts our very own Dave Charest, director of small business success at Constant Contact, in the hot seat for a change! Tune in to hear Dave share his unique journey, from his experiences with theater (and a short-lived but not forgotten time as a bass player) …
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Oregon conservation groups will sue on behalf of the red tree vole LONG SYNOPSIS: Four conservation groups including Cascadia Wildlands, the Bird Alliance of Oregon, Oregon Wild and the Center for Biological Diversity, released a notice of intent to sue the US Fish & Wildlife Service in June for failing to protect the red tree vole. The red tree vo…
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About 75 years ago, Jackson Pollock revolutionized the art world with his distinctive style of painting. He would lay the canvas on the floor and with his arms outstretched, pour or drip cans of paint directly onto its surface. The technique invited admirers and detractors alike, along with scandals involving forged canvases turning up decades afte…
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Between 2012 and 2020, new HIV cases were generally declining, according to data from the Oregon Health Authority. But in recent years, the trend is headed in the opposite direction. What’s behind the change? How have attitudes shifted around HIV more recently? We dig into these details with Dean Sidelinger, health officer and state epidemiologist …
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I have known Michael Weiss for quite some time through his day job with UCF Incubator as a manager over two incubator sites. What I didn’t know is that he is an entrepreneur, graduated with hospitality as his field of study, and that he has quite a bit of knowledge and experience in the sports industry. When I asked him what his five words are that…
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I was convinced to try out Gris after seeing a single screenshot, but in true gamer fashion, I bought it a few years before finally playing it. It took the backlog resolutions challenge in our Discord server to finally get me to play it, and unsurprisingly, I was hooked by what Nomada Studio had created immediately. The marriage of art, music, game…
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A recent New York Times article shed light on how some fishing communities are grappling with opioid abuse and overdoses in fishing communities. Overdoses at sea are much more difficult to stop than on land. A program founded by Oregon State University in partnership with Oregon Sea Grant called “Fishermen First Aid and Safety Training” (FFAST) tra…
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Portland and Multnomah County have been working together for decades on how to get people experiencing homelessness off the streets and ultimately into permanent housing. Since 2016 that collaboration has taken the form of a Joint Office of Homeless Services. The five-member city commission, three of whom are running for mayor this fall, narrowly a…
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Nintendo's mustachioed mascot takes a turn-based approach to throwing down with some barefoot brawlers. It kinda seems unfair to pit a chonky middle-aged guy against people who can crush watermelons with their thighs, but then again Mario has been known to smash heads with a giant mallet, so... call it even? --- Panelists Adam (The Good, the Bad, a…
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Grace welcomes the legendary DJ, producer and founder of Soul II Soul, Jazzie B, to the podcast. Over a bowl of ‘yellow’ – one of his childhood comfort foods –Jazzie takes Grace on a journey from playing his sound system, aged 12, at a silver jubilee street party for the Queen, to finding inspiration on tour in Japan and Korea, and on to Buckingham…
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According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, veterans have a 57% higher risk of suicide than the general population. But little is known about how that risk differs between men and women. In the first study of its kind, researchers at Oregon Health & Science University followed a group of veterans for roughly a year after a nonfatal s…
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Earlier this month, a new journal based in Portland launched online with its first set of published scientific articles. But the Stacks Journal isn’t your typical academic journal, according to its founder, David Green, an ecologist who previously worked at OSU’s Institute for Natural Resources. He says that it removes some of the main obstacles as…
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In late June, it was announced that the city of Bend was awarded one of 21 grants given out by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the Pathways to Removing Obstacles to Housing, also known as PRO Housing initiative. The 21 communities received grants between $1 million and $6.7 million from a pool of $85 million. Bend is th…
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Some people can "riff" off the top of their heads, while others need a script. Do whatever works for you, but when it SOUNDS LIKE YOU'RE READING, it can lose listeners. Today, I bring in Professional Voiceover Artist Jodi Krangle to give us some tips on how to sound natural. She also shares some insights on the voiceover industry and her pet peeves…
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Despite being digital, it's difficult to resist some of those tasty treats we find in games. Today we salivate over our top selections for foods in video games that we would definitely stuff our faces with. ---------- Music Attributions Musical excerpts from 8-Bit Fantasy & Adventure by xDeviruchi, used under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlik…
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Send us feedback/questions via Text Today we are joined by Voice Over artist Jodi Krangle of VoiceOversandVocals.com check out here Audio Branding Podcast. Dave explains that by not telling people where he will be working the tease of not knowing is causing his inbox, his phone, etc to BLOW UP. When you tease your audience it brings them to the edg…
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An exhibit at the Columbia Gorge Museum in Stevenson, Washington, features a collection of quilts made by an enslaved woman and her family, carefully preserved for more than 150 years. The exhibit, titled “Ms. Molly’s Voice: Freedom and Family Spoken in Fabric,” runs through July 31. It’s one of the first times the quilts have been publicly display…
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Over the last few years, Washington state has funded five “health engagement hubs” to help treat people with fentanyl addictions. The model offers drop-in buprenorphine or methadone at no cost to people suffering from opioid addiction, as well as harm reduction services and other health care. The idea is to make treatment as easy to access as the d…
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In 2016, Nike pledged to cut its global carbon emissions in half. But in the last year, it laid off many of the employees who worked on sustainability. An investigation from ProPublica and the Oregonian found that Nike has managed less than a 2% cut in emissions. We’ll talk to the Rob Davis, investigative reporter at ProPublica, who worked on this …
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Born in Nova Scotia and raised in Southern California, Steve Poltz has been a hard-touring musician since the 1980s, logging around 300 days on the road each year. During the pandemic pause, he took care of his parents and befriended the members of the Wood Brothers. In 2022, he released Stardust and Satellites with the help of Oliver Wood and Jano…
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