Chris Hannah: As new episodes continually appeared in the Inbox, I found it rather easy to sort through them, and pick out the episodes I wanted to listen to. It seems…More
Last October, Kelly and I had the fantastic opportunity of going to London. While we were there, I made plans to interview Laura Gaetano. We met up in a conference room…More
I had the great honor of having Jeremy Fuksa on Away from Keyboard. We talked about the difficult times he’s endured the past few years while running his business, dealing…More
I’m a big fan of Conan. This first episode with Will Ferrell was hilarious.
In this episode: Eryn O’Neil grew up in the southwestern suburbs of Chicago. When it came time for college, it was easy for her to move a few states over and…More
Heavyweight playing in Overcast Not only do I produce podcasts for a living at Changelog Media, I happen to be a big fan of them too. If you’re looking for…More
From my description on changelog.com: Almost eight years ago, Suz Hinton made one of the biggest decisions of her life: move away from her home in Melbourne, Australia and move to…More
I already wrote about this on The Changelog, but wanted to repost this here because of how ridiculous I think it is.
This past week, I was honored to be interviewed on Chris Martin’s show, Getting Work to Work. Here’s how Chris describes what we talked about: Lately, I’ve been getting into the…More
Mark Bramhill: Season 3 of Welcome to Macintosh is the most ambitious season to date. The stories I’m working on require traveling across the country, reporting on events, working with designers…More
We are super excited to launch Night Owl today with a brand new show, Retake, and a brand new episode of an existing show brought over to Night Owl, Top…More
Justin Jackson: The general consensus right now is that if your show doesn’t have 30,000 – 50,000 downloads per month, you can’t get any sponsor to look at you seriously. To…More
Paul Armstrong was in a business partnership back in 1998, which ended in him being sued. Soon after, he went through debt, the birth of his first baby, his parents…More
For the first episode of For The Record, I decided to talk with Jim Dalrymple. Jim is one of those people who’s so easy to have a great conversation with. This…More
There’s only an hour left in National Radio Day, but I wanted to post a little something I made for it. Radio is a hugely powerful medium, and it’s impact and…More