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James Bilsbrough is a SquadCaster and the host of Crossed Wires podcast. On this episode of the SquadCast podcast, we’re featuring an episode of his show! This episode is a conversation between James and our co-founder, Zach Moreno.At SquadCast, we love showing off the podcast episodes and content recorded on our platform by incredible creators. Here's what happens in this episode:"In this episode, I chat with SquadCast’s co-founder, Zachariah Moreno, about how things got started, what problems SquadCast aims to solve, and some of the really cool behind-the-scenes technical details of how shows like Crossed Wires get recorded through their service. I’m genuinely excited by what’s coming in the next version of SquadCast, and I’m eternally grateful to Zachariah and the team for creating such a reliable platform. I should probably also say that I really should make local backup recordings too, I know things can go wrong with any service, my point was more that I didn’t feel as worried about not doing so with SquadCast." Also in this episodeJames BilsbroughA pre-roll ad from About IBDGet your podcast featured on the SquadCast podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communityCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
A few weeks ago at Podcast Movement, our community manager, Arielle Nissenblatt, interviewed our co-founders, Zach Moreno and Rock Felder, at Podcast Movement. Hubspot set up a recording booth in the expo hall so we had a chance to chat without having to step too far away from our booth.Listen in for:- One word to describe the Podcast Movement experience- How SquadCast showed up to the event- Our favorite sessions- A discussion on video and podcastingAlso in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Hilistically SpeakingGet your podcast featured on the SquadCast podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communityHubspot Creators NetworkCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
Evo Terra is a SquadCaster and the host of Podcast Pontifications podcast. On this episode of the SquadCast podcast, we’re featuring an episode of his show!At SquadCast, we love showing off the podcast episodes and content recorded on our platform by incredible creators.In this episode, Evo talks about building listener habits for your podcast that will help your listeners keep coming back for more. Evo writes, “Podcasting is like crack for your ears, many have said. Listen once, and they're hooked for life, right? Well... wrong. What do we need to do—as podcasters and an industry—to help build listening habits? It's a harsh reality that most people who listen to podcasts don't keep listening to podcasts."Also In This EpisodeEvo TerraPodcast PontificationsA pre-roll ad from Human ValuesGet your podcast featured on the SquadCast podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communityCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
Lloyd George is a SquadCaster and the host of Thoughts from a Content Creator podcast. On this episode of the SquadCast podcast, we're featuring an episode of his show! At SquadCast, we love showing off the podcast episodes and content recorded on our platform by incredible creators. In this episode, Lloyd interviews Henry G Lawrence of the Positive Mindset Podcast. Lloyd writes, "have you ever wondered how to get more podcast downloads? This podcaster was able to grow his podcast to 2 Million + Downloads."This episode is for you if:You'd like to become a full-time content creator one dayYou are currently creating content via Tik Tok, Podcasting, Youtube, or InstagramYou believe there's something greater for you out thereYou're a podcaster who hopes to one day accumulate 1 million+ podcast downloadsAlso in this episode:Lloyd GeorgeA pre-roll ad from Bits of Gold PodcastGet your podcast featured on the SquadCast podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communityCredits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
Maribel Quezada Smith, video and podcast producer, has been the face of the SquadCast YouTube channel since earlier this year. We started brainstorming together on a video strategy late last year and got to work to make it all happen. In this episode, Maribel chats with SquadCast co-founders Zach Moreno and Rock Felder about what went into the strategy, our goals, dreams, and next steps.Listen in for information about:YouTube statistics for podcastersHow we decided on a cadence and tone for our videosWhere we see the channel going in the futureWhy shorter videos are easier to make and are very popular at this point in timeHow to get started with a YouTube channel for your podcast and why now is the right time to experiment with itAlso in this episode:A pre-roll ad from the Pam Uzzell's Art Heals All WoundsMaribel Quezada SmithBIPOC Podcast CreatorsDiferente CreativeSquadCast's YouTube channelLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communitySubmit your show to be featured on our podcastCredits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
Are you headed to Dallas later this month for Podcast Movement 2022? We'll be there! SquadCast is sponsoring and speaking on several panels. We'll also hold a breakfast for SquadCasters!Sessions we're excited for:The Sounds Profitable sponsor summitZach Moreno will be on a panel with TK Dutes, Tangia Estrada, Maribel Quezada Smith, and Evo Terra on creativity and diversity in podcastingRock Felder will be on a panel with Stacey Goers, Mark Deal, Jonathan Hurley, and Dan Hughley on the new Vocaster from FocusriteArielle Nissenblatt will be speaking with Lauren Passell on promo swapsThe iHeart Party!Note: Rock's mic didn't get plugged in (honest mistake!), so he may sound a little far away.Also In This EpisodeA pre-roll ad from the From MD To Entrepreneur podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communitySubmit your show to be featured on our podcastCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
We love showing off the amazing content created on SquadCast by way of feed drops on our podcast. The SquadCast podcast is all about content creator tips, sharing SquadCast’s updates, and discussions about the future of content creation.This week, we’re featuring the work of SquadPodder Arun Sridhar, host of Skraps and PsychedeRx. We're sharing one of the episodes of the Skraps-produced series on psychedelics, PsychedeRx.Here's what it's about:PsychedeRx is a SKRAPS original podcast exploring the therapeutic use of Psychedelics. An enthralling story of an improbable drug class, as old as humankind itself, banished into exile yet comes back soaring like a Phoenix from the ashes, to save mankind’s affliction with mental health disorders.In this episode:We explore the use, misuse, and history of psychedelics. In this episode, we will cover the most important question of what these substances are.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Reppin' podcastLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communitySubmit your show to be featured on our podcastMore about Arun's podcastCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
We love showing off the amazing content created on SquadCast by way of feed drops on our podcast. The SquadCast podcast is all about content creator tips, sharing SquadCast’s updates, and discussions about the future of content creation.This week, we’re featuring the work of SquadPodder Genevieve Hassan, host of Celebrity Catch Up: Life After That Thing I Did.Here’s What It’s AboutCelebrity Catch Up: Life After That Thing I Did is a fun, unashamedly nostalgic show celebrating much-loved film, music and TV from the 1980s-2000s - and catching up with the stars that made them. Learn more.Genevieve's been a member of the SquadPod since the early days. Thanks for being part of our community!In This EpisodeActor Judd Nelson joins Genevieve to reminisce about making John Hughes' classic 1985 film The Breakfast Club.Also In This EpisodeLearn more about SquadCast’s New Studio and BackstageJoin our communitySubmit your show to be featured on our podcastImpacTech podcast pre-rollGenevieve's podcastCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
We love showing off the amazing content created on SquadCast by way of feed drops on our podcast. The SquadCast podcast is all about content creator tips, sharing SquadCast's updates, and discussions about the future of content creation.This week, we’re featuring the work of SquadPodder Noah Labhart. In this episode, Noah interviews Franzi Low.Here's what it's about:Franzi Low doesn’t have the usual CTO path. She studied economics, and was doing her PhD in econometrics, prior to her current venture, and was a teaching assistant. She loves to play sports, and can’t go a day without playing some sort of sport. She is passionate about triathlons, which is something she can do with her recently injured knees. Living in Hamburg, Germany, she and her husband always enjoy hiking and being outside. Learn more.Noah's been a member of the SquadPod since the beginning. Thanks for being part of our community!Also in this episode:Learn more about SquadCast's New Studio and BackstageJoin our communitySubmit your show to be featured on our podcastStarfleet Leadership Academy podcast pre-rollCredits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderTranscripts by Sabeena Singhani
We launched The New SquadCast Studio and Backstage in late June! In this episode, our co-founders, Zach and Rock, break it down . Listen in for:Why we launched our biggest update yetAll of the new features and changesWhat Zach and Rock are most excited forWhat's next for the community and for the productHow to get involvedHow community and listening went into every step of the processMore info:– New SquadCast Studio and Backstage blog post– New SquadCast Studio and Backstage demo videoCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Welcome to the show. Just a quick check-in episode this week!We launched The New SquadCast Studio and Backstage earlier in the week so we didn't have a chance to release a full-length episode. HOWEVER, we won't leave you hanging. In this brief episode, Arielle, our community manager, jumps in with a note.Next week, Zach and Rock, our co-founders, are coming at you with an in-depth look at the all new SquadCast -- what to expect, how it came together, and the future.More info:- Email Arielle- New SquadCast Studio and Backstage blog post- New SquadCast Studio and Backstage demo video
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for SquadCast’s New Studio and Backstage and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we’re featuring the work of SquadPoddder Liz Sumner. Liz is the host of I Always Wanted To. She's also a producer on Unpacking Peanuts, which is the show we're featuring today!Here's what the show is about:Unpacking Peanuts is the show where three cartoonists take an in-depth look at the greatest comic strip of all time -- "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad for Genevieve Hassan's podcast Celebrity Catch UpMore info on v5Credits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for SquadCast’s New Studio and Backstage and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're featuring the work of SquadPoddder Chris Angel Murphy. They are the host of the podcast Allyship is a Verb.Here's what Chris Angel's podcast is about:A fortnightly podcast about LGBTQ+ allyship tips and passing the mic. Whether you're wanting to start or deepen your allyship practice, or you're part of the LGBTQ+ community yourself, there will be opportunities for learning for everyone! Every other Tuesday a new guest interview drops with self-reflection questions at the end to deepen the learning. The guests share out at least one allyship tip and answer tailored questions given their unique intersecting identities.Here's what this episode is about: Do you question your assumptions? In this week’s episode, Josée Sovinsky (she/her) shares about coming out on her professional Instagram page this past pride month and what happened as a result. Learn what messages she was given about bisexuality while questioning her own sexual orientation. We also discuss honoring marginalized communities by believing in science AND holding space for people’s own uniquely lived experiences + expertise (and paying them for it!). Have you ever wondered about some of the reasons why people don’t want to come out, especially as bi? She talks about how she claimed queer first because of all of the stigma, bi-erasure, biphobia, and lack of representation overall. More here.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad for Christine Blackburn's Story WorthyMore info on v5CreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for SquadCast’s New Studio and Backstage and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're excited to try something new. We're featuring a podcast in Spanish! SquadPodder Gabrielena Alcala is the host of A Cada Paso, a show in which she interviews people who are not famous but she considers to be fascinating.Here's the description of this episode, in Spanish:Si conocías a Irene desde hace tiempo, te darías cuenta de que realmente las enfermedades mentales son como las enfermedades físicas. Un día puedes estar bien y al otro no. Yo diría que son más complicadas aún porque no son tangibles y porque hay mucha resistencia a aceptarlas y hablar de ellas. Gracias a Irene, hoy podemos poner un grano de arena para normalizar esta conversación. Mientras más nos abramos, más podremos ayudarnos.Here's what it's about, in English: Irene is on the show to discuss mental health. She shares that many people don't realize that mental and physical illnesses are very similar -- one day, you can be fine, and the next day, you're not ok. Mental illnesses are also often hidden. Irene is on the show to help us normalize this conversation. The more we share, the more we can help each other.Gabrielena has been a SquadPodder for a few months now and we're excited to share her show!Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad for Christine Blackburn's podcastMore info on v5CreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for SquadCast’s New Studio and Backstage and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're replaying an episode that we dropped a few months ago but it's so relevant and awesome that we want to give y'all the chance to hear it again.Sure, Zach Moreno is the CEO, CTO, and co-founder of SquadCast.fm. But who is he outside of work? That’s the subject of today’s episode, which is a feed drop from Rabiah Coon’s podcast More Than Work.Rabiah has been a member of the SquadPod for about a year now and we love showing off our community’s work. We’re excited to share this episode with you. If you like it, please check out her podcast!Listen in to learn:What motivated Zach to start SquadCast.fmAbout Zach’s art backgroundWhat Zach has learned about himself and communication as a founderAbout Zach’s meditation and yoga practicesWhat it’s like to be a new father!Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad for Paul Zakrzewski's podcastMore info on v5Subscribe to Rabiah's podcastCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for SquadCast's New Studio and Backstage and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're resharing an episode that we released last year -- a conversation between Zach, Rock, and Damona Hoffman.Here's the episode description:We’re so excited to share this episode of Between Two Mics featuring Damona Hoffman. Listen in as we discuss the similarities between dating and podcasting. Hint: you’ve got to market yourself when dating just as you market your podcast. Damona has been working in media for a while and has learned some really valuable lessons along the way. Each stage of her career has led to another opportunity. She sees her podcast, Dates & Mates, as a way of establishing herself as an expert in the field, and has used it to propel her vision as a dating coach.Every time Damona shows up for a media appearance, she is VERY prepared. She then goes back and rewatches the tape to see how she can improve. She is committed to being the best guest she can be. Those guest appearances lead to more. Listen in to learn how to make this a reality for you as a podcaster!The question isn’t: HOW DO YOU GET ONTO THE DREW BARRYMORE SHOW?The question is: WHAT DO YOU WANT OUT OF BEING ON THE DREW BARRYMORE SHOW?Here’s her bio: Celebrity Dating Coach Damona Hoffman has been coaching singles on how to find love online and offline for over 15 years. Her articles appear regularly in The LA Times and The Washington Post. Plus, she’s a regular on-air contributor to The Drew Barrymore Show, NPR, and NBC’s Access Daily. Damona also starred in two A+E Networks’ TV shows: #BlackLove and A Question of Love. Her weekly podcast Dates & Mates has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Huff Post, Bustle and tops the charts in the Relationships category on the major podcast platforms.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Liz Sumner for I Always Wanted ToDamona HoffmanDates & Mates podcastFreshbooks Podcast – I Make a LivingDamona on TwitterDamona on InstagramSquadCast’s Youtube channelSubmit a podcast episodeCredits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for v5 of SquadCast and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we’re spotlighting the work of Pam Uzzell, who’s been a SquadPodder for a while now. SquadPod is what we call the SquadCast community on Slack. (Join us here). Pam Uzzell is a documentary filmmaker and podcaster currently living in Oakland, CA. At twenty-two, she began working in post-production, with credits in over twenty feature films, including Terminator 2, Godfather III, and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. She is the director and producer of three independent documentaries, Some Call It Heaven (2007), Unearthing the Dream (2012), and Welcome to the Neighborhood (2018). More about Pam here. Here’s what the episode is about, from Pam's website:Today, I’m joined by independent director and producer Alexi Lacey. She has over 20 years of experience in filmmaking, and her most recent project, Fiji Memory Colonial Time, has been on her mind since she was a teenager. The film explores the complexity of identity when it's been formed by privilege due to the exploitation of other people and the intended destruction of their culture. For Alexi, this was an opportunity to profile her mother's courage, share the bitter truths in their family's history, and the legacy of colonialism in Fiji. We discuss what motivated Alexi to pursue this story, how colonialism impacts our identities, and what she hopes viewers take away from this film. We also touch on the work that she does with issues around the housing crisis, displacement, and gentrification happening in San Francisco.Here’s the description of the podcast, from Pam's website: Ready to unlock your inner artist? In this podcast, we explore the intersection between art and well-being. Listen as artists share how they creatively engage with the issues we all struggle with. Through their stories, we meet ourselves with compassion and find common ground. Why we chose this episode:Pam is an amazing producer and interviewer. The stories she chooses to highlight on her podcast are intriguing and heartfelt. We love how she effortlessly weaves in music to enhance her stories.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Leah Carey's Good Girls Talk About SexPam UzzellJoin our communitySend us your podcast pre-rollsGet in touch with us on social mediaCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Zach Moreno, SquadCast's co-founder and CEO, and Arielle Nissenblatt, our Community Manager, are on the show today for a quick check-in chat. Listen in to hear about V5, how to get featured on our show, our new podcast, and more. We're back next week with another feed drop from an amazing SquadCast content creator!Here's what they discuss:SquadCast's upcoming software update and when to expect it; including new features, pricing changes, and how it'll better amplify collaboration among creatorsHow to apply to have an episode of your podcast dropped into our show's feedThe new SquadCast podcast (coming soon)!Links mentioned:SquadCast.fm/shareSquadCast.fm/communityLeave us a review on PodchaserFollow us on socialCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for v5 of SquadCast and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we’re spotlighting the work of Manny Faces, who’s been a SquadPodder for a while now. SquadPod is what we call the SquadCast community on Slack. (Join us here). Manny Faces is an award-winning journalist, public speaker, podcast professional, DJ, and, if none of that is impressive enough, living kidney donor.Here’s what the episode is about:On this episode of Hip-Hop Can Save America!, aka, ‘the world’s smartest Hip-Hop podcast,” educating the world about financial literacy through a Hip Hop-based pedagogy. Andrea Ferrero from Pockets Change tells us all about it. More here.Here’s the description of the podcast:The “Hip-Hop Can Save America!” podcast explores innovative, inspiring, and sometimes surprising ways in which Hip-Hop music, culture, and sensibilities are being applied in areas such as education, science and technology, health and wellness, politics and social justice, business and entrepreneurship, the fine arts and more, to improve lives, livelihoods, and communities throughout the nation, across all demographics. More here.Why we chose this episode:We're big fans of hip hop culture. We've noticed over the years that lots of podcasters become DJs and vice versa. AND we love showing off the amazing interviews that are recorded on SquadCast.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Amber Tresca for About IBDA note from Zach and Rock about the future of our podcastJoin our communitySend us your podcast pre-rollsGet in touch with us on social mediaCredits:Written and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Feed drop time! We’re on a break from the show as we prepare for v5 of SquadCast and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we’re bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're spotlighting the work of Leah Jackson, who's been a SquadPodder for a few months. SquadPod is what we call the SquadCast community on Slack. (Join us here). Leah is the founder of Puka Puka Creative and they just launched a new show, Tardigrades To Save Planet Earth. So, in this episode of our podcast, we're bringing you the first episode of Leah and NATRC's new show. Here's what the episode is about:Look, up in the sky it’s a bird, a plane. No! It’s a micro-animal that’s going to save planet Earth! Tardigrades…or water bears…or moss piglets as they’re also called are micro-animals that are extremophiles and bio-indicative species. Their unique superpowers are unlike any other animal on the planet. Amy H. Helfer, the founder of the North America Tardigrade Research Consortium (NATRC) takes you on a sonic ride to find out how these subjectively cute creatures have the power to save our planet. In this episode we have an all-female cast of scientists, journalists, and #tardigradestans; Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer at LiveScience, Brooke Shepard, and Sonali Verma, former and current Research Associates at NASA Ames sharing their stories of feverishly researching them and fascinating fun facts.Here's the description of the podcast:Welcome to the home of the North America Tardigrade Research Consortium – the NATRC for short. We’re a non-profit research organization focused on bringing awareness and research to one of the most fascinating animals on planet Earth, tardigrades. The co-founder of the NATRC, Amy Hauser hosts an audio journey exploring these incredible micro-animals, finding out what makes them so fascinating from a scientific perspective, plus unveiling their secrets to sustainable life. We believe that encouraging people to learn about tardigrades and their contribution to the Earth’s ecosystem is a powerful investment that can stoke scientific awareness and participation for people of all ages from around the world. Join the NATRC community on LinkedIn and visit our home base. Why we chose this episode:We're still celebrating Earth week! And we're so excited to show off the unique content that's created on SquadCast.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Marianne Sciucco for Alz AuthorsA note from Zach and Rock about the future of our podcastJoin our communitySend us your podcast pre-rollsGet in touch with us on social mediaCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
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