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Podcasting is actively being defined. Between Two Mics: The Remote Recording Podcast is talking with the people who are defining it. In this podcast, we're exploring challenges, opportunities, and new ideas that push the limits of what’s possible in podcasting.Hosted by SquadCast's co-founders, Zach Moreno and Rock Felder, Between Two Mics is for the professional podcaster, the aspiring podcaster, and everyone in between.Let's get Between Two Mics!
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Big news from SquadCast HQ today: we’ve been acquired by Descript! In this episode, SquadCast head of community and content Arielle Nissenblatt interviews SquadCast co-founders Zach Moreno and Rock Felder about the acquisition, how it came about, what it means for podcasters, and so much more.Tune in to learn about:How SquadCasters can access DescriptWhat our new roles at Descript will entailHow to join the Descript communityWhat this news means for remote recordingThank you to everyone who has submitted their podcasts to be featured on the SquadCast Podcast over the years. We couldn’t have done it without you and we so appreciate that you trust SquadCast with your content creation. Credits:Written by Arielle NissenblattProduced and edited by Arielle Nissenblatt Hosted by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderRecorded on SquadCast.fmEdited in Descript
We’re featuring an episode of SquadCaster Mac Prichard podcast on the show today. Get ready for Find Your Dream Job.About the ShowFind Your Dream Job is a podcast for professionals focused on finding work that matters. Join us every week for a new episode full of job search tactics, career resources, and insider advice from nationally-recognized experts on job hunting and career management.About the EpisodeMany times, getting a job depends on who you know. If you have a strong network, your odds of finding your dream job are much higher. But what about weak ties? Those people you’ve met, but who wouldn’t be considered a close tie? They can be more helpful than you might expect, says Find Your Dream Job guest Rob Kim. Weak ties often have information that you can’t get anywhere else. Rob suggests finding your courage and reaching out to those folks you don’t know well. They could hold the key to your next position. More info.Also In This EpisodeSubmit your show to our podcastJoin the SquadCast communityPre-roll from The Culture PodcastCreditsCurated and produced by Arielle NissenblattEdited, mixed, and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Executive produced by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderDesign by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn Valles
We’re featuring an episode of SquadCaster Meli Solomon’s podcast on the show today. Get ready for Living Our Beliefs.About the ShowReligion and faith are important identity markers for millions worldwide. I am one of them. In Living Our Beliefs, my conversations with practicing Jews, Christians, and Muslims will raise our self-awareness and understanding of each other. We will delve into when, where, and how our faith is present in daily life––at work, at home, and out in public––so that together we will see the known in new ways and discover ideas worth following. Together we will explore our current engagement so that we understand what supports us, what needs to change, and how it all works. Every person’s life and religious practice is unique. What is yours? Join us on this journey of reflection and discovery.About the Episode We've SelectedAs a traditional Jew attending an Orthodox synagogue, Elissa believes that the Torah provides a blueprint for living. God is an ever-present force in her life and she has an ongoing relationship with God. After the death of her first child, Elissa studied the Jewish beliefs of death and the afterlife.  In addition to the studies, becoming involved in tahara, the Jewish practice of preparing a Jew for burial, has been meaningful. Elissa described several metaphors including the messy back of a tapestry as the details of life and the fetus in utero as creation unaware of the mother providing all its needs. More here.Also in This EpisodeSubmit your show to our podcastJoin the SquadCast communityPre-roll from Live Well, Be WellFascinate ProductionsCreditsCurated and produced by Arielle NissenblattEdited, mixed, and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Executive produced by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderDesign by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn Valles
We're featuring an episode of SquadCaster David Loos's podcast on the show today. Get ready for To Be a Rebel.About the ShowWe explore the lives of rebels throughout history- folks who have defied and resisted unjust authority and stood up for themselves; at times costing them their lives or their reputations. And sometimes both. Together, we'll uncover and piece together what it means...To Be A Rebel.About the Episode We're FeaturingThis is the first part in our series on John Brown (1800-1859), the abolitionist icon that helped orchestrate the Pottawatomie Massacre and led the raid on Harper's Ferry.  We'll dive into his early life and what led him to these major events in the anti-slavery movement.Also In This EpisodeSubmit your show to our podcastJoin the SquadCast communityCreditsCurated and produced by Arielle NissenblattEdited, mixed, and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Executive produced by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderDesign by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn Valles
We're featuring an episode of SquadCaster Noah Labhart's podcast on the show today. Get ready to listen to Code Story!About the showCode Story is a podcast featuring founders, tech leaders, CTOs, CEOs, and software architects, reflecting on their human story in creating world-changing, disruptive digital products.About the episode we're featuringNanxi Liu is from Colorado and went to school at UC Berkeley. In college, she immediately started her entrepreneurial journey by starting a bio tech company, and then eventually starting tech companies. She built and sold a company called Enplug, which was the #1 open digital signage software company. Outside of tech, she has kept a full life as well – producing TV shows – them winning an Emmy, snowboarding, and playing piano & cello.Also in this episodeA pre-roll ad for About IBDSubmit your show to our podcastJoin the SquadCast communityCreditsCurated and produced by Arielle NissenblattEdited, mixed, and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Executive produced by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderDesign by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn Valles
We're featuring an episode of Squadcaster Leah Jackson's podcast on the show today. Get ready to listen to QUEST: A Journey to Wellness!About the showJoin us on a QUEST to find out what wellness really means. In this podcast, you will hear personal and informative stories from queer folks and allies who’ve taken their happiness and well-being into their own hands. Listen in as V aka Vanessa and special guest co-hosts guide you on a QUEST of Queer, Understanding, Education, Storytelling, and Transformation.About the episode we're featuringJoin us as we chat with our amazing guest Kaylynn Marisol, AKA The Vulva Witch, a positive body image activist, sex educator, and birth doula. In this episode, we dive deep into Kaylynn’s journey toward radical self-love and acceptance, while also learning some amazing self-love practices that can aid you on your own path.We discuss the importance of healthy self-talk and recognizing how our society oppresses our worth, and how we can begin to dismantle that. We love and support you Queer Kittens and hope that this episode will help you on your radical journey of self-love.FEATURED GUESTKaylynn Marisol (she/her) is a queer femme, wife, mama, birth doula, sex educator, and positive body image advocate. I am a queer, femme, WOC, self-relationship, and body-connection educator. I am on this earth to challenge the ways in which we view our bodies through a toxic, systemically oppressive lens. I am dedicated to advocating for the liberation of all bodies through accessible education, conversation, and community.Also in this episodeA pre-roll ad for Unpacking PeanutsSubmit your show to our podcastJoin the SquadCast communityCreditsCurated and produced by Arielle NissenblattEdited, mixed, and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Executive produced by Zach Moreno and Rock FelderDesign by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn Valles
Sue Stockdale is a SquadCaster and the host of the podcast Access to Inspiration. We're featuring an episode of her show on the SquadCast Podcast this week.About the showOur podcast has a social mission: to encourage you to reflect on the world differently. On how we can all inspire one another. Interviews with people from more than 20 countries who are authentic, purposeful, and are making an impact. About this episodeSue Stockdale talks to Elena Rossini, an Italian artist, writer, and activist who uses creativity to improve representation. Elena describes why she feels compelled to focus on issues of social justice, media representation, and the empowerment of women and girls. More info here.Also in this EpisodeJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll for The Slow PitchCreditsProduced by Arielle NissenblattEdited and mastered by Vince Moreno Jr.Design by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Meet Jamie Yuenger, SquadCaster and host of the podcast If You Knew Me. About The ShowEvery week, we walk into the heart and mind of one woman. She shares something personal and true with us. She reveals a side of herself that even her closest friends often don't know. Some women share their names, others remain anonymous. We believe telling and hearing women’s true stories helps us heal, own our place in the world, and contribute what is uniquely ours.Also In This EpisodeJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll for The CultureCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno JrArtwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeMusic by Shawn VallesHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder
Meet SquadCaster Joey Held. He's the host of the podcast Sports R Dumb. About The Show Sean and Joey love sports, but they realize there are a lot of dumb elements within our favorite games. And each week, they'll break down one of those dumb things in this tidy, bite-sized podcast. Learn more here.About This EpisodeWe explore how challenging it is to call delay of game penalties (and why they often get missed), look at cool NFL technology, and reminisce on an arcade game that simulated being electrocuted. The 90s were weird, weren't they?Also In This EpisodeJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll for The Slow PitchCreditsWritten 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
Meet James and Jae. They're SquadCasters and the hosts of the Crossed Wires podcast. We're featuring an episode of their show on our podcast this week!About the showCrossed Wires was launched in March of 2022 and is a series of podcast episodes, videos, live streams, and blog posts that are all dedicated to looking at tech in a positive light and finding products and services that solve genuine problems, as well as looking at people doing positive and interesting things with technology.We try to bring a balanced set of voices to all of our content and one of our primary goals is to welcome everyone to join the discussion. After all, technology is something we should all be able to enjoy.About this episodeJae and James talk with Drew of the Sleep With Me podcast about his show that, literally puts people to sleep. We also talk about how technology can help, as well as hamper, our ability to sleep.Also In This EpisodeJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll for Jeff DeLa Rosa's podcast, The Culture 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
Our Q1 SquadCast Town Hall took place in early February. In this episode, SquadCast's Zach Moreno (CEO and co-founder), Rock Felder (CFO and co-founder), and Arielle Nissenblatt (head of community & content) recap the event, share resources, and break down what's coming up for SquadCast in the coming months.Links mentionedSquadCast's communitySquadCast's YouTube channelSquadCast's blogBeta program (email)AI in Podcasting eventSquadCast's Share pageAffiliate ProgramSF Podcasters MeetupDan Turchin's AI and the Future of WorkPaige Friend's The Beach SpeaksPre-roll for Horror ScriptCreditsWritten 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
Meet SquadCaster Paige Friend. She's the host of The Beach Speaks.Here's What The Show is About:The Beach Speaks is a podcast for people who love the beach! Listen to inspiring stories of heart-centered businesses and individuals inspired by the beach. The Beach Speaks is for anyone who wants to reconnect with the beach, return to their soul, and re-imagine their life! Whether they're an entrepreneur, a conscious creator, or just someone who loves the beach, all of Paige's guests have a story to tell - about what makes the beach "the place to be!"In This Episode:Let's talk beach rituals for a minute - do you have any? If so, what makes them so meaningful? Is it healing? Connection?  And, how about the "perfect" beach body - what do you think about that?To explore these ideas, I invited a fellow podcaster and beach lover, Chris Angel Murphy (they/them), to talk about their favorite beach rituals - and, what started as a fun conversation about salt baths, hypnotherapy, and cruising the beaches around Los Angeles, quickly morphed into the topic of having the “perfect" beach body. Learn more.Also In This Episode:Join the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll for The Human Values 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
Meet SquadCaster Dan Turchin. He hosts and produces the show AI and the Future of Work.Here’s What The Show's About:Host Dan Turchin, PeopleReign CEO, and InsightFinder advisor explores how AI is changing the workplace. He interviews thought leaders across high-tech who share their experiences and insights about artificial intelligence and what it means to be human in the era of AI-driven automation. In This Episode:This is one of Dan's favorite episodes of 2022. It’s their third annual long, strange trip into the mind of a Silicon Valley legend.Dave Kellogg is one of the best marketers, CEOs, tech provocateurs, and board whisperers around. He was an executive at iconic companies like SAP, MarkLogic, and Salesforce turned investor and board director who is now an executive in residence at Balderton Capital. In this episode, they discuss everything that matters for the tech economy… startup growth metrics, generative AI, how to get funded in 2023, and their favorite jam band.Also In This EpisodeJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredA pre-roll from About IBD from Amber TrescaCreditsWritten 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
Our last episode was written, in part, using ChatGPT. This week, we're back to a human writing our scripts. Listen in to hear Zach Moreno and Rock Felder, our co-founders, share updates about what's going on at SquadCast HQ.Here's what they discuss:SquadCast's YouTube channelHow to Monetize - VideoShould your podcast have a newsletter? WebinarSquadPod Community Townhall MeetingShare your episodes and pre-roll adsSF Podcasters MeetupCreditsWritten 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
The future is here! This episode was written using ChatGPT. Well, some of it anyway. Zach Moreno and Rock Felder got together in the SquadCast virtual studio to discuss the AI craze sweeping the nation, ChatGPT. If you're unfamiliar, it stands for generative pre-training transformer. ChatGPT is a chatbot launched by OpenAI in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI's GPT-3 family of large language models, and is fine-tuned with both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques.Arielle Nissenblatt, our podcast producer, used ChatGPT to generate a short script for this episode and Zach and Rock agreed to record it! Then, they share their thoughts on the quality of the script.Here's the question we fed to ChatGPT: "Write a 5-minute podcast script on the following question: how do I record the best possible remote interview for a podcast?"They discuss:How SquadCast is using ChatGPTHow we see the podcast community embracing AI toolsHow to give credit when ChatGPT is involvedLinks:Try ChatGPTJoin the SquadPodSubmit your podcast to be featuredBits of Gold 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
Meet SquadCaster Pam Uzzell. She's the host of Art Heals All Wounds.  Here's what the show is about: Do you want to change the world? So do I! On this podcast, we meet artists whose work is doing just that. Each week I interview an artist and talk about their work. As creative thinkers, artists present us with some of the most compelling visions of ways that our world could work better for everyone--art around environmental, social, and racial justice, gender equity, ways to build community and bridge divisions, and solace for grieving-- If we can see solutions to the things that prevent us from thriving as individuals and societies, we can imagine implementing those solutions. Once we imagine, we can become the people we want to be, belonging in communities that nurture everyone, and living in societies based on equity and justice.In this episode: Marcus Thompson is a long-time Golden State Warriors beat reporter and Bay Area News Group sports columnist and currently writes for The Athletic.  Growing up, he was fascinated by two things: words and Bay Area sports teams. In our conversation, he highlights teachers and other adults in his life that encouraged him to lean into writing, including sportswriter Michael Silver.  More.Also in this episode:Join the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredCredits: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
It's almost the end of the year! In this episode, we look back on the year that was and look ahead at 2023. Our co-founders, Zach and Rock, invited members of the SquadCast team and the SquadPod to share the best part of this past year and what they're looking forward to in the year ahead. They then shared their own perspectives.Thank you to our participants:AlexChris AngelRandyPamVince Jr.JaeKemalVince Sr.JeanLeahAnthonyLenaArielleEpisode extras:A pre-roll ad from Reppin'Join the CommunityShare an episode with usFollow us on socialCredits: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
Here's a quick check-in episode with our head of community and content, Arielle Nissenblatt! If you're looking to get involved with the SquadCast community, this episode is for you.Learn about:How to join our community Slack channelHow to submit to our community episode of the SquadCast Podcast (email arielle@squadcast.fm)Our YouTube channelOur newsletterThe holiday bundleAlso in this episode:A pre-roll ad for The Book I Had to WriteCredits: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
Meet SquadCaster Jayde Barber! She's the host of Students of Mind. Here's what the show is about: At Students of Mind we are on a mission to provide mental health education and resources presented in a way that eliminates the barriers to accessing this type of information in order to normalize having open dialogues about mental health and the psyche.In this episode:In this second part of the two-part parenting series, Jayde welcomes back self-care coach, Mia Hemstand and author, writer, Empowerment coach, and Jayde's mama, Kathi Barber. Both share their struggles with mental health growing up, especially in a space where those concerns were not taken seriously or validated. Mia and Kathi also detail what it was like becoming a mother and how that impacted their mental health. Mia is the mother of two younger children while Kathi is a mother to two adult children which gives us a look at how that journey can look at different stages of motherhood.This engaging discussion between mothers also highlights the current state of maternal mental health and how far it has come throughout the years, how periods of change can impact parenting and mental health, and how mamas today are instilling the mental health practices they needed growing up. Find it here.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from the Human Values podcastJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredCredits: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
Meet SquadCaster Lena Lekkou! She's the host of Life of Dev, a podcast about web developers -- their lives, jobs, and passions, created by Creative Media school, SAE Athens, where Lena is Head of the Web department. Today on our podcast, we're featuring an episode from Lena's show. In this episode:This is the 10th episode of Life of Dev. In it, Lena Lekkou welcomes Theodoris Vorillas, an independent software engineer, conference speaker, blogger, and active accessibility tool creator. He has worked as a developer both at agencies and startups.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from The Horror Script PodcastJoin the SquadCast CommunitySubmit your show to be featuredCredits: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
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