In America, being “cool” often means going against the grain of popular culture. That is, as long as enough other people agree with you. More difficult is to reject the prevailing ethos and stand alone. Those who do become leaders. Blake Guichet grew up in Louisiana—the place her entire familyRead More
What if watching Netflix could inspire a brilliant idea? That’s what happened to Kylie Unell, while watching Self Made, a show about the first Black woman millionaire. In it, American educator Booker
“I grew up in a family that is very focused on being there for people as a career,” explained Noam Weissman. The second of four children, Weissman had a long-standing example of
Podcasting has a singular advantage to terrestrial radio: the ability to precisely customize a format for your audience. A shining example of this is Playfully Faithful Parenting by Joy Wendling. She
Getting to know people during the pandemic was not easy for anyone. Loneliness was on the rise as isolation lingered. Sue Donaldson wouldn’t let a pandemic stop her from connecting with the
At Podcast Magazine®, we’re celebrating 40 under Forty this month, and it got us wondering… what advice might your average under 40 podcaster give to his or her non-podcasting peers about podcasting?
The podcasting industry has many nooks and crannies from which businesses can evolve. Some you can see, while others are more hidden. One such hidden corner is the world of the professional
Tsh Oxenreider grew up in Austin, Texas, in a nondenominational Christian church. Hers was a typical experience for a Christian kid in the 1990s: church on Sunday, youth group, and summer camp.
Normally, I review podcasts that have been around long enough to develop. But an email landed in my inbox recently asking for coverage (which we at Podcast Magazine® love, by the
As the calendar flips to 2022, the newborn year feels full of possibility and potential. With it comes inevitable change—and that applies to the podcasting industry, too. Let’s talk about some of
When given the chance, I tend to avoid two kinds of content: devotional and short. The 5 Minute Discipleship Podcast by Loren Hicks is the exception to both rules. With over