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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 the 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
SquadCast.fm presents: The 2022 Holiday Bundle! In this episode, Zach Moreno and Rock Felder discuss said bundle — what's inside, who's involved, why you might want to purchase one for a friend (or yourself), and more. They also play a microphone/holiday-inspired game.Also in this episodeA pre-roll ad for Art Heals All WoundsGet the bundleJoin the SquadCast CommunityShare your podcast with us CreditsWritten 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
Jen is a SquadCaster and the host of Fading Memories. Today on the SquadCast podcast, we’re featuring an episode of her show, which is recorded on SquadCast! The episode is called "Protecting Seniors from Scams." Find it here.From Jen's website, here’s what this episode is about:“Back with us today are Mike & Kim Barnes of Parenting Aging Parents. Kim has had to find solutions to prevent her Mom from being scammed again. Scams are a topic I haven't covered before, and we all must understand how to minimize and protect our families from financial losses due to scams. Older adults are particularly vulnerable to scams. Various investment scams tend to cause the most significant losses for seniors, averaging $17,172 stolen per senior aged 70 to 79. Another high-cost scam for seniors (mainly those 80 or over) is a romance scam, resulting in $10,000 lost per person."Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad for Paul Zakrzewski's The Book I Had to WriteGet involved in the SquadCast communitySubmit your podcast to be featured on this 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
Randy Wilburn is a SquadCaster and the host of I Am Northwest Arkansas. Today on the SquadCast podcast, we’re featuring an episode of that show! The episode is called Did You Know The Greatest Maritime Disaster In The United States Happened In Arkansas? Find it here.From Randy's website, here’s what this episode is about:“Being a member of Rotary certainly has its privileges. We heard the next guest of the podcast at a Rotary meeting. Retired Judge John Fogleman shared a historically significant story with our club about the greatest maritime disaster in US History. We were surprised to learn that this disaster did not occur off our East (Atlantic) or West Coast (Pacific). It happened just off the shores of Arkansas on the Mighty Mississippi River about seven miles North of what is now downtown Memphis. Judge Fogleman sat down with us to share the whole story of the Sultana disaster, which took place in April of 1865, only a few weeks after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. There are so many plots and subplots in this story, and Judge Fogleman does a great job outlining them all."Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad for Danny Goldberg's Bits of Gold podcastGet involved in the SquadCast communitySubmit your podcast to be featured on this 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
Matt Cundill is a SquadCaster, the owner of the Sound Off Podcast Network, and the host of the podcast of the same name: The Sound Off Podcast. On this episode of the SquadCast Podcast, we're sharing an episode of Matt's show. In it, he interviews Bryan Barletta, the founder of Sounds Profitable.From Matt's website, here’s what this episode is about:Bryan Barletta is back to tell us about the evolution of his company, Sounds Profitable. He started it two years ago, and since then it's evolved harmoniously alongside the podcast industry. You don't need even need to have podcast ads on your show to find value in its podcasts and newsletters, which we highly recommend you subscribe to.Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad for the Alz Authors PodcastGet involved in the SquadCast communitySubmit your podcast to be featured on this 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
Joey Held is a SquadCaster and the host of Good People, Cool Things. Today on the SquadCast podcast, we’re featuring an episode of that show! The episode is called Creating Your Favorite Board Games with Brian Hersch. From Joey's website, here's what this episode is about:"You may not recognize Brian Hersch’s name, but you’ve most certainly played one (or several) of his board games. He’s the mind behind gems like Taboo, Outburst, and Super Scattergories and has provided countless hours of entertainment for millions of people across the world." Learn more.Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad for Amber Tresca's podcastGet involved in the SquadCast communitySubmit your podcast to be featured on this 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
Bonus! In this quick episode, Zach Moreno, SquadCast's founder, shares a recent blog post that announces that we've been awarded a patent!Read the blog post hereRead Zach's Twitter thread hereMore:Follow us on TwitterJoin the SquadPod Slack channelSubmit a SquadShot
Manny Faces is a SquadCaster and the host of many podcasts. One of those podcasts, and an award-winning one at that, is called News Beat. Today on the SquadCast podcast, we're featuring an episode of that show! The episode is called MMIWG2S: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls & Two-Spirit People. It's a heavy topic, but one that we feel is important to share. Thank you to Manny and the team for sharing it with our audience.Here's What Happens in This Episode:Bernadette Smith scours the depths of the Red River in Manitoba for her missing sister and other women and children murdered and dumped in its murky waters Duana Johnson comforts families of those who’ve vanished from reservations throughout the U.S. Northwest. Mary Kathryn Nagle battles for justice on behalf of the mothers, daughters, sisters, aunties, and nieces stolen, tortured, raped, and killed. These Native women represent the countless voices extinguished by the ongoing genocide confronted by the MMIWG2S movement.Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad for The Horror Script Podcast, recorded on SquadCast!Get 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 SinghaniEpisode Transcription Coming Soon 
We're building an active, robust community for SquadCasters and we want to make sure you know how to get involved! We want you to take advantage of all of the awesome things we've got going on! In this episode, our community manager, Arielle, is here to tell you all of the ways you can plug into the SquadPod.Quick Hits:We have a Slack channelWe have two Facebook groupsYou can submit your podcast to be featured on our podcastYou can submit a pre-roll ad to be featured on our podcastWe have virtual eventsSquadCast's YouTube channelSquadCast's blogAlso In This EpisodeA pre-roll ad from Pam Uzzell's Art Heals All WoundsCreditsWritten 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
Maya Chupkov is a SquadCaster and the host of Proud Stutter. On This episode of the SquadCast podcast, we're featuring an episode of her show! This episode is called "Bus Driving With A Stutter Is Not What You Think." In it, Maya speaks with Dustin Wells, who drives the 5 Fulton bus route in San Francisco.Here’s What Happens In This Episode:Dustin Wells drives the 5 Fulton bus route in San Francisco. He didn’t identify with being a stutterer until he heard about Proud Stutter on his local NPR station. The first part of the episode is Maya interviewing Dustin while riding on his bus route. The second part is a sit-down interview with Dustin. Our rotating co-host is Christin Evans, an advocate for San Francisco’s unhoused residents and the owner of Booksmith, an independent bookstore in San Francisco.  Learn more.Also In This Episode:A pre-roll ad from Deadair DennisMaya ChupkovGet 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 SinghaniEpisode Transcription coming soon
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
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