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The Devon Kershaw Show — Stage 4 Ski Tour 2020: Lung Busting Across the Norwegian Countryside

The race ended where it began: Stage 4 of the Ski Tour 2020. In between, it was 34 k mass start skate bliss through the Norwegian countryside for those watching from home. For those racing on course, it was not such a comfortable vibe. Pain cave anybody? Pack skiing Norway style. (Photo: NordicFocus) We discuss the unstoppable Johaug and an Alexander Bolshunov who sent it … and stuck it, as he made a one-skier-show of the front of the race. We also start the show discussing the furniture re-m...
Tags: Podcasts, Sport, Skiing, Norway, Multimedia, Riley, Devon Kershaw, Johaug, Alexander Bolshunov, The Devon Kershaw Show


Listen: Noah Centineo Opens Up About Fame, a Year of Sobriety and Playing a Superhero

Noah Centineo has 18.3 million followers on Instagram. That’s about 17 million more than he had when “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” was released just 18 months ago. Even so, the 23-year-old Florida native insists fame hasn’t gotten in the way of his daily life. “It’s not like I have them following me […]
Tags: Florida, News, Podcasts, Netflix, He-Man, Noah Centineo, The Big Ticket, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, To All the Boys


Spotify announce the Finalists for the first ever Spotify Awards show

Spotify’s first ever awards show is less than 3 weeks away and they’ve revealed the finalists in the running to win the Spotify Awards 2020. Spotify’s upcoming Awards ceremony decides its nominees and winners a little differently to most. Rather than a board of influencers discussing and deciding on their favourites the selections are all made from user-generated data. The Awards ceremony will take place in Mexico City and will be the first ever Awards presented by the major music strea...
Tags: Spotify, Podcast, Music, Podcasts, US, Mexico City, Music Streaming, Streaming, TNT, Latin America, Digital Music News, Telemundo, Awards Show, Awards Ceremony, Universo, Auditorio Nacional


Spotify have redesigned podcasts with trailers and more

Spotify have updated their app to make it even easier to find podcasts that you love and discover new ones recommended for you. Spotify’s new Podcast Show page makes it simple to know what a podcast is all about. Each page will have a trailer so you can quickly see and hear the essence of that podcast and category tags at the top help you simply use keywords to understand a podcast’s themes and topics. Spotify now have over 700,000 podcasts and that number is quickly growing all the tim...
Tags: Videos, Spotify, Podcast, Music, Podcasts, Streams, Podcasting, Music Streaming, Trailers, Streaming, Streaming Services, Digital Music News


Ep. 06 – The Story about Dance and Grit

EPISODE 06: THE STORY ABOUT Dance and Grit with Daniel Hunalp More Ways to Listen: Podcast TranscriptDownload the transcriptIf you give a kid, a child, 45 minutes in the middle of their school day to just be free physically and [...] The post Ep. 06 – The Story about Dance and Grit appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Podcasts, Institute for Arts Integration, Teaching Trailblazers, Daniel Hunalp


Equity shot: What’s going on with Tesla’s stock price?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is the first Equity Shot in what feels like a long time, so, let me explain. Most of the time Equity comes out on Friday. It’s a mix of news and chat and venture happenings. It’s fun! But, sometimes, a topic comes up that demands more immediate attention. That’s what happened today as we stared at Tesla’s share price wondering what in the hell was going on....
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Podcasts, China, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Equity, Chris, Danny, Equity podcast


Pandora’s new Apple Watch app is now live

Pandora can now stream music from an Apple Watch all on it’s own without having to connect to an iPhone. Earlier this week we reported on Pandora’s update for their Apple Watch app. Now the new app is live on Apple Watches the world over, eliminating the need for an iPhone connection to stream music or even to download the app. Before, as with many Apple Watch apps, the device needed to connect to your iPhone to use the app fully. Now Pandora joins Apple Music as the only streaming serv...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Music, Podcasts, Watch, App, Pandora, Music Streaming, Streaming, Apple Watch, Digital Music News, Music App, Streaming Data, Data Streaming, Music Iphone App


The Devon Kershaw Show: Stage 3 Ski Tour 2020 – The Leg Flooding Sprint

Åre, Sweden — the site of the national (alpine) ski area in Sweden. Also the site of Stage 3 of the Ski Tour 2020’s skate sprint. Short at 0.66 k, but oh so steep with a finishing climb with slopes at 28 percent. Yah! 28 percent. Maybe part sideshow, maybe not. Either way, athletes had to get themselves to the top. In what was a leg-burning affair, for a one-off event, it was sporting entertainment. Italy’s Pellegrino: totally spent. He placed second overall in the Stage 3 Ski Tour 2020 sprint...
Tags: Sweden, Podcasts, Sport, Skiing, Italy, Multimedia, Pellegrino, Marit Bjørgen, Devon Kershaw, Therese Johaug, Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Are Sweden, The Devon Kershaw Show, Ski Tour 2020, 0.66 Skate Sprint, Stage 3 Ski Tour 2020


Listen: How A+E Networks Bucked the Trend and Fell Back in Love With Lifetime Movies

In an era of overflowing choice, focus is more important than ever for traditional television executives. On the latest episode of Variety podcast Strictly Business, A+E Networks’ president of programming Rob Sharenow discusses how the cable giant pulled its flagship brands out of the ratings trenches over the past two years, thanks in large part […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, A+E Networks, Rob Sharenow, Strictly Business


Election Law Special With Rick Hasen

Discussing Iowa and the challenges to American democracy.
Tags: Politics, Podcasts, Law, Government, Iowa, Rick Hasen, Thinking Like A Lawyer


Want podcasts to remain independent? Support independent podcasts

Full disclosure one: I’ve hosted a lot of independent podcasts, with varying degrees of success. Full disclosure two: This story is being hosted on a site owned by a corporate media giant. There’s even some chance that, by the time it’s published, the decision will be made to host it behind a paywall. The fact is, I’ve worked for a lot of big media companies throughout my professional career. It’s honestly the one way I’ve been able to make a consistent living as a professional writer living...
Tags: Podcasts, Entertainment, Los Angeles, Tech, Podcasting, Patreon, MacArthur Park, Marc Maron, Jesse Thorn, Carl Newman, New Pornographers, New York City Independence, KZSC Santa Cruz, KZSC


Spotify mimics Apple’s design with new podcast show page updates

Spotify’s ongoing investments in the podcast-streaming side of its business helped boost podcast listening on its service by 200% last year. But today, only 16% of Spotify’s monthly listeners are engaging with podcats — a number the company today hopes to nudge higher by redesigning the podcast side of its streaming app. The new layout now makes it easier to view information about podcasts and improves discovery of new shows. In particular, Spotify has given podcast show trailers a more prominen...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Apps, Spotify, Media, Podcasts, Tech, Podcasting, Streaming, Streaming Music, Consumer Electronics Show


Best Scenic Spots in Disney Parks – Up the Waterfall

This week on Up the Waterfall we took a break from the deep dives into Disney history and have a palate cleanser of sorts with… The post Best Scenic Spots in Disney Parks – Up the Waterfall appeared first on Zannaland.
Tags: Podcasts, Parenting, Disney, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World, Latest News, Disney Parks, Up the Waterfall, Up the Waterfall podcast, Disney history podcast, Best scenic spots in Disney, Best views in Disney parks, Places to celebrate in Disney parks, Scenic Disney spots


061: The Domino Effect

061: James Flanagan followed his gut, and the domino effect that followed is so amazing, you’ll find it hard to believe that one guy’s efforts are probably a part of your life every day — even though he’s been dead for several years. (12-1/2 minutes). Show Page: https://thisistrue.com/podcast61
Tags: Work, Technology, Podcasts, Heroes, James Flanagan


The New York Public Library Creates a List of 125 Books That They Love

The New York Public Library sure knows how to celebrate a quasquicentennial. In honor of its own 125th anniversary, it's rolling out a number of treats for patrons, visitors, and those who must admire it from afar. In addition to the expected author talks and live events, Patience and Fortitude, the iconic stone lions who flank the main branch's front steps, are displaying some reading material of their own—Toni Morrison’s 1987 novel Beloved and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age classic The Great ...
Tags: Google, Books, Podcasts, Patricia Highsmith, College, New York City, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, George Orwell, Nypl, Libraries, Literature, Harry Potter, Arthur Conan Doyle, Margaret Atwood, Martin Amis


The Devon Kershaw Show: Ski Tour 2020 Stage 2 and a Deviation into Biathlon

  The Ski Tour 2020 show continued Sunday in  Östersund, Sweden with the men’s and women’s classic pursuit races. Again, as we discuss in the podcast, it was Norway and Russia heavy on the men’s side. Actually more Norway than Russia.   For the women, Johaug did her thing, but the racing was gritty. A chase pack of three and a speedy group from fifth through sixteenth made the 10 k affair a fun watch. Heidi Weng (bib) taking second in Stage 2 of the Ski Tour 2020. (Photo: NordicFocus) Like u...
Tags: Podcasts, Russia, Sport, Skiing, Norway, Multimedia, Susan Dunklee, Antholz Italy, Östersund Sweden, Devon Kershaw, Heidi Weng, Johaug, IBU World Champs, The Devon Kershaw Show


Original Content podcast: ‘Mythic Quest’ is a likable comedy with a single standout episode

There’s plenty to like about “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet,” a new series on Apple TV+ — its sympathetic-but-critical portrayal of the video game industry, its goofy-but-likable characters and a couple of big surprises that come at the end of the season. But what really stood out to us — as we discuss on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast — was a single episode, “A Dark Quiet Death.” Without getting into spoilers, it’s probably safe to reveal that the episode mostly stands ap...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Apple TV, Ubisoft, Anthony, Cristin Milioti, Jake Johnson, Original Content Podcast, Mythic Quest


The Devon Kershaw Show: Ski Tour 2020 Stage 1

It was all Norway in both the men’s and women’s Stage 1 of the Ski Tour 2020 from Östersund, Sweden. Sjur Røthe on the men’s side was pacing perfection while Therese Johaug simply steamrolled. This was clear, Norway had the best skis, and perhaps by default, the fastest skiers almost across the top-10 board. Yet, it is a long week ahead, and we are one stage into a six-stage event. Here’s the debrief from Devon: post 15 k/ 10 k interval start skate.       The post The Devon Kershaw Show: Ski...
Tags: Podcasts, Sport, Skiing, Devon, Norway, Multimedia, Ostersund, Jessie Diggins, Devon Kershaw, Therese Johaug, Sjur Rothe, Alexander Bolshunov, The Devon Kershaw Show, Ski Tour 2020, Stage 1 Ski Tour 2020


A Question That Almost Went Unasked

Our interview with the woman defending Harvey Weinstein.
Tags: News, Podcasts, New York Times, Newsletters, The Daily (Radio Program


Modern Love Podcast: Tiny Love Stories Read by the People Who Wrote Them

In a special Valentine’s Day episode, authors share their love stories in no more than 100 words.
Tags: News, Podcasts, Valentine's Day, Love (Emotion, Modern Love (Times Column


PODCAST: The Strength of NO

The Strength Of No Brandon from Cloakhire believes you can base your entire business off the strategy of “go for no.” What? Really? Here’s his thinking: most people don’t like to be sold to, but they do like to buy. (Think about Amazon’s revenue, right?) So let’s say you approach a prospect and list everything […]
Tags: Amazon, Business, Podcast, Featured, News, Podcasts, Marketing, Strategy, Recruiting, Human Resources, Hiring, Branding, No, Brandon, Business Development, Blog Posts


Big meditation money, new VC funds, and how do you value Airbnb?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. After having a good time with NEA’s Rick Yang last week, we thought we’d bring on another venture capitalist. So this week Danny and I had Elliott Robinson from Bessemer swing over for the show. As it turned out, he was about as correct as guest as possible as not only did the topics of the week line up with where he invests, he’s also friends with some of the folk...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Podcasts, Softbank, Venture Capital, Equity, Nea, Bessemer, Danny, Rick Yang, Equity podcast, Recent Funding, Elliott Robinson, Equal Ventures, Brandless RIP


New podcast: Unifying Technical Content Sets into a Broader Ecosystem, with Cruce Sanders at [A]

Cruce Sanders at [A] recently interviewed me for his podcast series Towards a Smarter World. The episode is called Unifying Technical Content Sets into a Broader Ecosystem, and we chat about some issues I wrote in an earlier article about agile teams and enterprise content strategy.
Tags: Podcasts, Seo, Technical-writing, Cruce Sanders


Robin Williams’ Celebrity Struggles: A Discussion with Dave Itzkoff by Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast (ep. 31)

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_031_12-16-19.mp3 New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff joins your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt to consider issues raised by Dave's 2018 biography Robin: How do we make sense of our strange relation to celebrities, and what are strategies that celebrities use to deal with their asymmetric relationship to the world? While Robin Williams tried, in gratitude, to share himself with his ...
Tags: Google, Hbo, Podcasts, College, Robin Williams, Dave, New York Times, Joaquin Phoenix, Robin, Facebook Twitter, Bret Easton Ellis, Dave Itzkoff, Pretty Much Pop, Mark Linsenmayer Erica Spyres, Brian Hirt, Robin Dave


Listen: Diego Luna on Why It Took ‘Months’ to Sign Onto ‘Narcos: Mexico’

Diego Luna didn’t exactly jump at the chance to play Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in Netflix’s “Narcos: Mexico.” Gallardo is one of the most infamous leaders of the 1980s Guadalajara drug cartel. He was arrested in 1989 and charged with the kidnapping and murder of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena (played by Michael Peña in […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Mexico, Netflix, Michael Pena, DEA, Guadalajara, Kiki, Gallardo, Enrique, Diego Luna, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, Narcos, Camarena, Narcos: Mexico, The Big Ticket


Ep. 05 – The Story of Theater for Young Audiences

EPISODE 05: THE STORY OF Theater for Young Audiences with Barbara Pasternack More Ways to Listen: Podcast Transcript Download the transcript We have a vision for a world in which theater gives generations a reason to look [...] The post Ep. 05 – The Story of Theater for Young Audiences appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Podcasts, Institute for Arts Integration, Teaching Trailblazers, Barbara Pasternack, Story of Theater for Young Audiences


What Fulton J. Sheen Can Teach Us About Prayer | feat. Al Smith

The saintly bishop Fulton J. Sheen was often approached by numerous people who had a simple request: “Teach us how to pray.” While he reached millions of souls via radio and TV, the bishop also penned dozens of pamphlets and short books address varying topics of prayer. However, many of those writings were forgotten later on. Thanks to the work of Allan Smith, Director of the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Mission Society of Canada and editor of Bishop Sheen Today, the many works of Bishop Shee...
Tags: Podcast, Featured, Podcasts, Religion, Lent, Jesus, North America, Smith, Prayer, Michael, Allan, Sheen, Mary, Joseph, St Joseph, Al Smith


Modern Love Podcast: Susan Kelechi Watson Reads ‘When Cupid Is a Prying Journalist’

The “This Is Us” actress reads an essay about a lost love. The dramatic essay inspired an episode in the Modern Love TV series.
Tags: Television, News, Podcasts, Susan Kelechi Watson, Love (Emotion, Dating and Relationships


Is TheRinger.com now owned by Spotify?

Yes. Spotify has announced that they have acquired TheRinger.com and all of its media – mainly podcasts. Spotify has been focusing on increase their market share across podcasting and it seems like the strategy has been paying off! Increases in podcasts and podcast watch time means they Spotify is able to offset some of the music played across it’s platform, while also being able to make much higher margins and increasing it’s gross profit margin. The post Is TheRinger.com now owned by Spo...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Podcasts, Music News, Digital Music News, The Ringer, Ringer