Podcast Movement Sessions
Summary: Podcast Movement: Sessions is the official podcast of the world's largest podcaster conference, Podcast Movement. Sessions is a journey through some of the most fascinating sessions, speakers, and personalities that have taken the stage at events in years past, and conversations with the people involved. Past speakers include Sarah Koenig of Serial, Marc Maron of WTF, Aaron Mahnke of Lore, Anna Sale of Death, Sex and Money and many more. Season Three of the Podcast Movement Sessions is hosted by Bill Nowicki, and proudly sponsored by Omny Studio.
Podcasting and Podcast Movement has changed Allison Melody's life. She's built incredible relationships, traveled and created systems that allow her to concentrate on the important, creative things that she loves. http://foodhealsnation.com
Yaun came to Podcast Movement from Finland, but he isn’t Finnish. He is actually from Switzerland, the Italian speaking part of that country. So when you hear his voice, it might throw you off. Yann’s podcast journey started in 2013 when he took a break from music and listened to a podcast instead. Started his first podcast, the jazz spotlight podcast, in 2014 and then realized he was getting more questions about podcasting than anything else. So he started the Podcast Success Academy in 2017 and provides podcast services to compete with the ever-changing market. In this interview, Yann delivers plenty of great podcast tips on both what to focus on and what not to.
Lillian Karabaic left conservative Cincinati as soon as she could and went out west to Portland, Oregon. After working in a commune and 39 other jobs, she found that helping folks with their taxes was something she could do and enjoyed. Now she writes books, performs as a speaker and as an on-air radio personality. As Podcast Movement she dressed as Ziggy Stardust and proceeded to kick ass.
Alexis Parris followed the rules. She danced, studied and did all the traditional things. Then when she was in college she started reading books about entrepenuership and decided to quit, her sophomore year. This is Alexis's first time at Podcast Movement she is enjoying it a whole lot. She got to speak and share her inspriational journey with a large crowd in attendance. Now she is on her own and living in Atlanta and launching the next pahse of her life.
Adriana Flores-Ragade didn't know English when she came to the US at the tender age of 12. Just one year later however, she was taking main stream classes. Driven is a good word to describe Adriana. She suceeded in school and she made it her life's work to give back to the community. She worked in education and the American Red Cross, listening to loved ones' stories who were giving their DNA to identify remains from the 9-11 terrorist attack. Now she has a podcast and owes much of the success to Jared Easley and Dan Franks for creating the 30 day challenge to launch a podcast.
Kevin Y Brown had a teacher problem in high school. The teacher refused to give him an A because he slept in class. When the principal had him sit in her office, she challenged him to change his life -- which he did. Now Kevin is an entrepenuer, motivational speaker and podcaster and this was his first podcast movement conference. The interview was on the first day, but Kevin follows up after the conference with his impressions, relationships and change in his direction based on what he learned.
Edel's mum has a picture of her with ear phones on listening to the radio from age 5. Growing up in Clane, Ireland of modest means, she knew that radio was not a sensible choice -- or was it? Edel and Bill met in 2015 at Podcast Movement in Fort Worth, Texas. A conference her company did not pay for, but looking back, had a profound affect on her future career. Edel has some advice for future podcasters you won't want to miss. She also cuts up and reconnects with Bill as she discusses incorporating podcasting into her career in traditional media.
I create daily podcast was the brain child of a mother and daughter duo. They focus on content and resources that help creators turn their passion into profit by building an entrepreneurial business around their artistic, creative and inventive ideas. LeAura and Devani Alderson’s own creative journey starts with Devani’s adoption, LeAura’s decisions on her education, the transition to homeschooling, and developing into entrepreneurs. Somehow they both juggle all their roles into a cohesive unit and business.
This year is all about community and in depth interviews. Bill Nowicki interviews podcasters and gets their stories during Podcast Movement 2018 in Philadelphia!
In this episode of the Podcast Movement Sessions Podcast, we hear from Gary Leland, class of 2016 as he contacts the new inductees for 2017 to tell them they’ve been named to the Hall of Fame. The Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame is an exclusive cl...
Aaron Mahnke went full time with his podcast after just 5 months of production with his award winning show, Lore. Now 2 years in he's on the verge of releasing a TV series based on the project. While we may not all have TV shows in our future, we can...
Brutally Honest Storytelling with Shannon Cason In this episode of the Podcast Movement Sessions, we get brutal honesty from Shannon Cason, the host of Homemade Stories and keynote speaker at Podcast Movement 2017. Shannon is joined in this episode by...
This episode features heavy discussions of cold hard cash. Featuring a panel from Podcast Movement 2016 with Jordan Kope, Colt Cabana, Rob Cesternino, Bob Ruff and Liz Covart. They talk about bringing sponsors to their show and finding funds from their...
In this episode, we highlight Anna Sale, the host of Death, Sex and Money and her keynote from Podcast Movement 2016. We also bring you the beginning of a few other podcasters, Nina Babel and Judith Registre, all while continuing the story of Podcast M...
In this episode we hear from people who've built a business in or supported by podcasting, including Jared Easley, Ramona Rice, Jonathan Oakes, Hani Mourra, Alex Blumberg and Aaron Mahnke.