Articles by tag: Podcasts

Love Media? Become a Broadcast Engineer and Have a Front Row Seat

broadcast engineer

Interested in working in media and entertainment? Consider becoming a broadcast engineer! It’s an opportunity to combine technical expertise with a passion for media. As a broadcast engineer, you’ll play a crucial role in ensuring that audio and video are transmitted with the highest quality for a wide-range of productions, from sports to breaking […]

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How Important is Personality-Driven Content for Podcasting Success?

With an exponential rise in the popularity and production of podcasts – particularly over the past few years – it wouldn’t be wrong to deem podcasts the in-vogue content medium for hobbyists and brands alike. Despite their rather sudden popularity in recent years, though, with a staggering 104 million regular podcast listeners in the U.S. according to […]

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Weaver: Beyond the Numbers
Weaver Podcast: The Future of Revenue Recognition

Not too long ago, accounting standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants required real estate companies to navigate various purchase options and agreements that often resulted in limited guarantees for home sales. But that changed in May 2014, when FASB issued new guidelines designed to strengthen revenue recognition standards and increase transparency. […]

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Engineering & Construction
Mainstream Modular by Guerdon Modular: Developing Housing for the City of Aspen

Building safe and secure housing is often a foundational base for every architect’s designs. Modular consultant of Cairn Consulting, Weston Bierma, certainly holds this close at hand in the Burlingame Ranch Phase 3 build in Aspen, Colorado. He spoke with host of Mainstream Modular, Tyler Kern, about the perks of modular building and the planning […]

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Champions of Care
Host Daniel Litwin on Why Vendors Should Secure DHA/DLA Contracts

When it comes to procurement at the highest level, contracts can become a complicated business. Medical grade equipment for the military always requires next-level due diligence throughout the ordering process and, because of this, procurement can often take months to a year to finalize. With internal solutions like Electronic Catalog (ECAT), there are now ways […]

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Business Services
David Shields and Matt Shields Podcast: Jumping From founder to investor

Entrepreneurs build companies for many reasons, be it innovation, financial freedom, problem solving, among others. Following successful exits, many entrepreneurs naturally become investors. But it’s tricky to know when to make the jump from owner to investor. This transition is beneficial for other entrepreneurs. Investors advise on easily avoided mistakes through their experience, awareness, and […]

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Business Services
How to Enhance Your Sales Team’s Digital Communication with Media Channels and Content

 How can sales teams leverage the right content to accelerate the sales process while ensuring engagement? The answer is content, but what that content is and its intent are evolving. Discussing this shift and “new” media channels, Community Reengaged host Daniel Litwin spoke with MarketScale Digital Media Strategist Shannon Maverick. B2B sales teams had unique […]

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Streaming the Game: Transforming Sports Broadcasting in the Digital Era
February 20, 2024

The recent rise of streaming services over traditional terrestrial television has marked a significant shift in how audiences consume sports content. This evolution is propelled by advancements in digital technology and changing viewer preferences, emphasizing the need for a more immediate and interactive broadcast experience. The stakes are high, with platforms like Peacock streaming record-breaking […]

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Kickstarting a Marketing Team’s AI Journey
February 20, 2024

A marketing Team’s AI journey is necessary and critical for the success of a brand’s overall mission and execution. In the latest episode of the Marketing AI Sparkcast, host Aby Varma sits down with Daniel Englebretson, CEO of Elynox and an adjunct professor at Wake Forest University and Elon University, to discuss the evolution […]

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behavioral finance
How Worldview Shapes Financial Decisions: Unveiling Behavioral Finance Insights
February 20, 2024

Untamed Ethos, hosted by Joshua Wilson of United Ethos Wealth Partners, examines the philosophical roots of financial decision-making, offering insights into behavioral finance. This episode features expert Robert E. Brooks, Ph.D., CFA, a Professor Emeritus at The University of Alabama, discussing how worldviews and upbringing influence financial choices. Dr. Brooks, known for his work […]

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Amazon Music Podcasting Goes Exclusive
August 26, 2020

Amazon Music is expanding its content portfolio by launching podcasts on the platform.  Content will be available for both free and premium subscriptions. Podcast audio can also be listened to via Audible. The announcement has raised questions and concerns from podcast producers as well as listeners. “Amazon’s actions here clearly demonstrate they are looking to become […]

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How Spotify is Taking Over Podcasting: Business Casual
May 27, 2020

On the “Secure the Bag” segment of Business Casual, host Daniel Litwin was joined by MarketScale’s Taylor Bagley to ponder a big question – is Spotify the platform to beat when it comes to podcasts? The company recently acquired “The Joe Rogan Experience,” a wildly popular podcast that will now live exclusively on Spotify. […]

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Google Finally Brings Analytics to its Podcast Service
May 7, 2020

Google Podcasts is working to make its platform as competitive for the future of podcast streaming as Apple Podcasts and Spotify. To give creators more tools and insights on their content, Google has launched its Google Podcasts Manager, a new service for robust podcast data in dashboard form. On this Business Casual snippet, hosts […]

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The Science of Sports Vision Training
October 22, 2019

The practice of sports vision training has evolved due to a better understanding of how the visual system works and new technologies that allow us to access information and train in natural contexts. Dr. Greg Appelbaum, Ph.D., and his team at the Duke University School of Medicine’s Human Performance Optimization Lab, are interested in […]

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