May 2018 New Community Members Spotlight
Podcast Movement is proud to share some of our new members each month. We love the diversity and creativity of this growing community. We encourage long time members to learn about and consider connecting with the new hosts represented in this spotlight feature.
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Davina Conner – Pozitively Dee Discussion Podcast
Davina Conner (Dee) was diagnosed with HIV 21 years ago and felt she needed to use podcast as a platform to educate society on HIV. Dee’s show focuses on various topics on HIV like other sharing their journey, condom usage, getting tested, PrEP, being undetectable and helping others to know that the stigma needs to end.
Corey Corpodian – Unleash Success
Corey is an Orthodontist turned Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker. After residency, Corey was $850,000 in student loan debt, battling depression for 8 years, and lacked fulfillment in life. After getting skin cancer, Corey did a deep dive into personal development learning the mindset of what we do when we fail and how to truly Unleash Success in life. Using emotional fitness, he started to break down the “secrets” of success, transformed his life in 6 months, and began the lifelong journey to learn from the best to become the best version of himself and in the process inspire and empower others to do the same!
Zack Harwell – The Complete Family
Zack has been married to Paula for 22 years. They have 4 children – College, high school, middle school and elementary school. Zack and Paula both work virtually from home for major companies. They love travel, theatre, football and are technology fans!
Shea Maloney – All Crime No Cattle
Shea does a lot of things outside of podcasting. He works as a cartographer and does volunteer work as an amateur archaeologist. He loves fly fishing and playing disc golf whenever he gets the chance. If he isn’t podcasting or one of these activities, you can probably find him spending time with his dogs and his wonderful wife and cohost. Also, he’s a die-hard Dallas Stars fan, evident by his twitter feed.
Taylor Wagener – Sensible People
Sensible People brings you your bi-weekly dose of outrageous observational comedy and life advice from the minds of three unfiltered Chicagoans. Each episode they share stories, discuss taboo topics, play amusing games, interview guests from all walks of life and perform entertaining comedy skits.
Ricki Vincent – Dr. Mecurio’s Mythical Marvels and Traveling Menagerie
Ricki is a creator of worlds, a dreamer of fantastical creatures, and a builder of Imaginations!
Chris Birkinbine – A Dash of Science
Chris is a builder, tinkerer and life-long learner. A combat veteran and NASA engineer who loves to share his knowledge of science and converse with those of like mind. His philosophy in life is: Live, learn, build.
Lisa Beck – Caged Vision
Lisa Beck began talking to audiences as a disc jockey for an oldies radio station. Over the years, she has “talked” to audiences by developing brands, mainly in the financial industry, and by speaking and training individuals on marketing and messaging. She is president of Cypress Resources, a firm that helps business owners scale beyond success and stop trading time for money. She is also co-host of the “Caged Vision” podcast with Carey Rome, CEO of Cypress Resources
Stewart and Cara Schmidt – Bless this Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
Stewart and Cara are a married couple living in the South. Cara felt that the South was under represented in the True Crime genre (besides Texas and Florida). So a podcast was born and Cara dragged Stewart along for the ride, as usual.
Scott Carter – Forgot to Grow Up
Scott watches wayyyyy too much TV which is why he had to start a podcast with his two buddies to justify his hours and hours of Netflix binge watching. He has been listening to podcasts for almost two years but only started podcasting himself 6 months ago. Scott loves discovering and connecting with fellow podcasters about almost any topic, especially movie, tv and pop culture related topics.
Mike Cushing – Longest Days of Our Lives
Longest Days of Our Lives is the premier (longest-tenured, anyway) weekly 24 fancast. Hosts Mike and Michael (longtime fans of the show) take their co-host Curtis, a 24 newbie, through the show minute-by-minute. The hosts make fun of early 2000s haircuts and technology, dissect Bauer-family dynamics, and loosely play a drinking game. They’ve also developed an odd fascination and fixation with the films of Tom Hanks.
Betsy Wallace – Dinner Sisters
Kate Schulz and Betsy Wallace are sisters are home-cooking sisters who love to talk about food. Kate lives in Providence, RI and cooks for two; Betsy lives in Atlanta and cooks for five.
Tyson Hartnett – Athlete Minded: Stories
Tyson played pro basketball overseas for years, and then came back to the states where he realized that a lot of athletes also struggles with the athlete to non-athlete transition. He created a book entitled Hoop Dreams Fulfilled, and now has a podcast where he helps athletes with the mental/emotional toll of being an athlete, and transitioning to what’s next.
Pete Camarillo – Touchdowns and Tangents
Pete is a media relations specialist by day and a freelance sports writer and broadcaster by night. He is one half of the touchdowns and tangents radio show and podcast. The audio brand is for NFL fans who want intelligent sports discussions and less arguments about topical sports and culture issues.
Rainer Koch – Gretta
Rainer is one of the co-founders of Gretta – a transcription-powered podcast listening platform with a focus on sharing, and audio navigation. Besides taking care of Operations, he builds and maintains partnerships with podcasters and other players in the industry.
Charles Drake – HisandHerFI
The discovery of Financial Independence and the thought of retiring early sparked a total lifestyle change in Bethany and Charles. Having a deep conversation is important to them and they are not afraid to dig deep and get into it. Their talks are hard sometimes, but most importantly real. The struggle, the fight and the vulnerability take center stage here on the show as Charles and Bethany take you along on their journey to FI.
Tony Tellado – Sci-Fi Talk
Tony Tellado started in radio in the late 1970’s and discovered he hated the travel from place to place and not having creative freedom. Leaving radio behind flash forward to late 90’s where he talked a radio station manager into airing his sci-fi talk show. It ran for a season before airing on New York radio in 1996. This lead to a long hiatus but in 2000 he restarted it on givemetalk.com which died as a result of the .dot com crash. A good friend suggested in 2005 that he look into podcasting. And that started him to produce episodes until this day now covering San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con and The Tribeca Film Festival. The podcast features interviews with those that score, write, direct, act and create genre entertainment. Recently Tony chooses to concentrate on indie, minority artists that are bringing their voices to the genre.
Isaiah Wyse – WyZe (Anime F.A.E)
He’s a special kind of guy that won’t give up on his dreams. He’s a fine arts enthusiast that also happens to love anime and marvel!
Christopher Harris – The Wise Idea
Wisdom Teacher, Savvy Strategist, Family Advocate, Skilled Leader, and Proficient Administrator, Christopher J Harris is a Pastor, Author, Podcaster, Consultant, and Trainer who’s mission is to INSPIRE WISDOM and empower others to discover a wise way to live out their life purpose.
Spencer Holmes – Old Man Orange Podcast
Old Man Orange Podcast is like hanging out with the ole gang and going through the multimedia experience. Creating movies, comics, animations, audio and more. Laughing it up with favorite classic movies, games and comics. And talking those life stories with friends, new and old.
Jordan Newmark – Drink Talk Beer
Jordan is 6’4″, 300 pounds, in his mid-thirties, married, has nine tattoos, and has an insatiable desire to tell stories that he prays people find amusing. Jordan likes beer, movies, dogs, the Pittsburgh Steelers, cage-fighting, Ambien, Earwolf podcasts, Wrestlemania X’s intercontinental championship ladder match, Nia Long, The Pixies, England’s single-payer healthcare, and fried chicken.
Rob Lambert – You Me and He: A Comedy Podcast
Rob is a huge nerd, Drew loves to make fun of huge nerds and Josh… Josh believes the world is flat. These 3 guys made a podcast…
Alex Yant – From Mind to Matter
Alex has always enjoyed designing experiences. With a background in communications and occupational therapy, Alex originally got into podcasting after hearing his patients’ stories, and becoming riveted by what they created over their lifetime. Rather than telling stories of the fabulously successful, Alex wanted to speak with creatives at the incipient stages of their projects, so up-and-coming entrepreneurs could relate to their journey and words of wisdom.
Kyle Leslie – WYPR 88.1 FM NPR in Baltimore
WYPR is the NPR affiliate in Baltimore offering NPR cornerstone programs as well as local news and programming. In addition, WYPR recently launched Podcast Central as a podcast incubator
Kate Werning – Healing Justice
Kate Werning is the creator and host of Healing Justice Podcast, a virtual practice space resourcing activists and organizers with weekly conversations and practices to sustain their work for social change. Kate is a decade-long community organizer from Milwaukee, a faculty with Momentum and Liberation School, and co-facilitates workshops on collective wellbeing for social justice leaders. She teaches trauma-informed yoga classes at Third Root Community Health Center and is a founder of Hoop House collective home in Brooklyn.
Pete McPherson – The Do You Even Blog podcast
Pete’s sole purpose in life is to help people move AWAY from corporate cubicles in favor of contract-based work, freelancing, and solo entrepreneurship. Right now, the form that’s taking is a blog, podcast, and YouTube channel helping people start meaningful, impactful, and PROFITABLE blogs.
If he were forced to do ONE aspect of his business till the end of time, it would be interviewing other bloggers and entrepreneurs via Skype. That’s the truth!
Justin Kelly – Juice in the Morning
Justin “Juice” Kelly wants to be famous. He works tirelessly with his co-host Shane Jones to create an entertaining weekly podcast. One day Juice and Shane would like to be able to do this as a living and provide content for listeners earholes daily.
Ted, Carter, Tom Just use first names – Pink Jumpsuit Boxing
We are Canucks who love the sport of boxing.
Miles Markiewicz Brad Thomas – Welcome to the House
Miles Markiewicz is a passionate individual who takes pride in his work. Miles enjoys getting fired up on his podcast and debating with his co-host about trendy sports topics. Miles spends most of his time watching his favorite teams including Cincinnati Reds baseball. Miles is a proud midwest native who graduated from THE Ohio State University. Brad Thomas is a sports-loving people person with an infectious personality. He loves sports and Alabama football more than he loves breathing. If you think you know someone who talks way too much, you have not met Brad. With that being said, Brad is your friend, even if you have not met.
Erik Moad – Good News, It’s Beer
Erik is passionate about local food, drink, and business.
Dave Morris – Mind Matters
Dave Morris is a former radio personality, current voice-over artist, and now the executive producer of the Mind Matters podcast and owner of a podcasting company. He’s married to Emily Kircher-Morris, a Licensed Professional Counselor and host of Mind Matters. They have three kids and live in St. Louis, MO.
Chase Raz – Multinewmedia
Chase Raz is a university instructor, corporate trainer, and consultant. He is also the host of Multinewmedia, a business technology podcast providing tech advice to small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Andy Barker – Throwin Down With Andy and Ricardo and coming soon, Nothing’s Off The Table
Andy is a husband, father, active duty Naval Officer serving the country for 29 years and an avid Martial Artist. He has a beautiful wife Connie, and two wonderful children. He competes regularly in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and holds Black Belt ranks in Judo and Japanese Jujitsu and is currently a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. He is the host of Throwin’ Down With Andy and Ricardo and will be launching his new podcast, Nothing’s Off The Table, very soon.
Matt Andre – Podcast SANS END
Matt just graduated from Cedarville University a year ago, and moved to the beautiful city of Madison, Wisconsin to work full time in radio! He loves everything audio/video, but also wants to start his own clothing brand. He wanted to contribute to the apparel industry in some meaningful way, but knew so little about it. So, he started a podcast as an excuse to connect with people in the industry, learn from them, and then pour that knowledge back out into the community. Matt is currently on a mission to sew his first pair of jeans.
Nick Murphy – The Job Lab Podcast
Nick the host of The Job Lab Podcast, an NFL veteran, experienced HR Tech entrepreneur, father of five, speaker and frequent media contributor on topics related to jobs and careers. Fox Business, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo, Business Insider, HR.com and many other national outlets have featured his insights over the years.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur for the second time, his corporate experience included award-winning tenures at three of the world’s largest job sites: CareerBuilder, Monster and Indeed.com.
Dedan Rodriguez – The AAR Podcast
Dedan “Rod” Rodriguez is a 13 year combat Veteran of the US Army. He served 10 years active duty and is currently spending one weekend a month and two weeks a year serving in the Army Reserve. He is passionate about bridging the gap between civilians and Veteran businesses.
Ricky Travers – The Gravel Pit
Ricky delivers interview-based podcasts with various people from around the planet. Anyone is welcome to come on from people who have traveled the world to people who really like cartoons. All forms of discussion are welcome and often change each week.
johnna french – Champagne & Lobster
Johnna French is the creator and editor of Champagne & Lobster, The podcast. During the podcast, Johnna explores the stories behind some of the food industry (and beyond) most notable names. Johnna has been a food writer in the Washington, D.C. area for over 10 years sharing restaurant reviews, drink mixes and food news on her site, Johnna Knows Good Food.
Mike Burton – Genuine Chit-Chat
Mike is a British nerd who liked to give everything a try – although Star Wars is (arguably) his favourite thing, he also loves travelling and being outdoors, he’s climbed Mt Snowdon (in Wales in the UK), has been skydiving and wishes to try (relatively) every activity that excites people.
Mike loves music, podcasts, movies, series, comics (primarily Star Wars) and most importantly, talking to fellow humans – “few things fill me with greater joy than talking to someone about something they are truly passionate about, the way their eyes light up is just beautiful”.
Mike’s goal, both including the podcast and general life, is to have a wide variety of experiences himself (such as travelling & etc) and try to make as many people’s lives more enjoyable in the smaller, often overlooked ways as possible, as life is too damn short not to at least try to be nice.
Tracy Roesch Williams – Alaska Tracy Podcast
A gifted communicator, Alaska Tracy helps small business owners, CEOs, and organizations increase their profit margins. She is goal oriented, charismatic, creative, insightful, tenacious, forward thinking, and has a solid work ethic. New and troubled businesspeople seek her out.
David Wagner – Addictions
David is the host and producer of “Addictions” The Podcast About Addictions. David is a recovering addict and wanted to create a podcast to give others struggling with addiction a platform to share their stories.
Arglit Boonyai – Memories of Murder
Arglit is a journalist and war correspondent who has reported from Iraq and Afghanistan. As a documentary filmmaker, he has worked to highlight subjects such as crime, drugs and terrorism in Southeast Asia. Arglit also hosts the Crimes That Shocked Asia on the History Channel.
Rachel Robison – Create Loud
Rachel is a composer/musician from Utah and co-host for Create Loud. She’s passionate about networking and being involved in her community. Rachel loves being in the studio, going behind-the-scenes, and learning as much as she can. She is graduating from Salt Lake Community College and couldn’t be more excited!
Andria ALEFHI – Listening to Work
Andria does not listen to a lot of podcasts herself to be totally honest but is aware that people love them. Her favorite podcasts are related to storytelling. She started a live show about client-centered work in NYC that would make a good podcast, and she just launched this brand new podcast this week, so this interview is timely for Listening to Work.
Zoé Belisle-Springer – Phorest FM, The Salon Owners Podcast
Co-hosted by Killian Vigna and Zoé Bélisle-Springer, Phorest FM is a weekly show that puts forth a mix of interviews with industry thought-leaders, salon/spa marketing tips, company insights and information on attending Phorest Academy webinars.
Peta Roberts – Storyical
Peta has been a Personal Historian, and wants to help introduce the profession to those who need help recording their life story. Peta recognizes the historical value and the health benefits of retelling our stories that made us who we are. So many mediums exist today to help us record and share what is important, and pass that onto future generations. Peta is an Australian living in Silicon Valley, California, and has previously published an oral history project involving 15 families and 64 contributors. She is delighted to be a podcaster
Eric O’Keeffe – What If World
Eric O’Keeffe, aka Mr. Eric has worked with kids since he was still one himself, teaching karate to youngsters at age fourteen. He started doing children’s theater in Boston at age 19, and volunteered regularly as Petey the Pirate throughout the Marshfield school system during his college years.
After graduating from BU with a Bachelor’s in English, he directed the Little Gym of Brooklyn Heights, teaching gymnastics, karate, and motor skills to infants, toddlers, and grade-schoolers for five years. He was also Program Director of New York’s Galli Theatre, performing at Manhattan schools and hospitals as a host of fairy tale characters. Most recently, he worked at STAR Education in LA as a preschool teacher and, after school, as assistant director to STAR’s county-wide theatre program.
Now he freelances as a copy editor and script brief writer to pay the bills and puts every ounce of extra energy into making great stories for kids.
Keith Vivekananda – Before Anyone Else
Keith is one part of a relationship coaching group out of Toronto, Canada looking to change how relationship advice is given. With the digital dating landscape changing everyday, the hosts from Before Anyone Else are looking to provide relationship advice that is fresh and progressive.
Sam O’Toole – John and Sam in Japan: The International Comedy Podcast
John and Sam in Japan: The International Comedy Podcast features live stand up comedy, musical comedy, news you may have missed from around the world, interviews with people from all walks of life and much more.
Stephen Rowley – GlosTrad Folk Radio
GlosTrad Folk Radio was created by Stephen Rowley to open up an archive of traditional music to a wider audience. Guests provide the stories and context to bring out the long forgotten songs and tunes and let them shine.
Nicholas West – ComeBack Podcast
Nick is a Army veterans that served 7 years and served in Afghanistan as a door gunner in a Black Hawk.. Nick is now a over the road truck driver and lives outside Columbus OH.. Nick is a missing person advocate and kelly, Lori, and Nick recently just held the first Brian Shaffer March for the Missing. Which was a huge success. The Comeback podcast was asked to be a featured guest by the Ohio Attorney General’s at Ohio Missing Person’s day..
Marissa Pona – Jersey Ghouls
The Jersey Ghouls is a podcast that discusses horror from an always funny, mostly feminist, and sometimes academic angle. From heated debates over the merits of Rob Zombie’s films to ranking the best in horror in their annual March Madness brackets, the Jersey Ghouls tackle all things horror film and culture. They also cover local events, including indie horror films, horror and geek conventions, and film festivals.
Jason Jenkins – Epic Education Radio
Jason left his home in Atlanta USA in 1997 for a year abroad. He never went back. His love for travel
Soren Skovdahl Hansen – Tribe of Entrepreneurs podcast
Soren is a father of two awesome girls, Daphne and Jasmine, and building a podcast to provide SaaS entrepreneurs with expert experience from tried SaaS entrepreneurs. He helps SaaS entrepreneurs with getting featured on Top Podcasts, to promote their awesome products, their BIG “why” and how they did it. He’s own big “why” is to create the location independent freedom to spend more time with his two daughters.
He loves to help and looks forward to hearing how he can help you get to your goal.
James Morrison – Hell and Gone & The MidPod
James Morrison is a national award-winning broadcast reporter with more than eight years experience working in radio and podcasts. His work has been featured on NPR, Marketplace, Here & Now and multiple other radio outlets and podcasts. His reporting focuses on environmental and health issues, with a focus on the opioid epidemic and sustainable food systems. He was recognized with a national award for a story he reported for NPR on locally-sourced oyster farming. He also received a national award for his daily news coverage of firefighters killed in the line of duty. A podcast he produced about the fall of Saigon during the Vietnam War was accepted into the Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival.
Rick Monroe – Road Life
Rick Monroe is a Nashville based Country/Rock artist that picks a device made of wood and steel, yells into a recording machine then travels around doing it in front of a bunch of people!
Jack HM Wong – Cracking the Entrepreneur Code
Jack is the author of Amazon bestselling book Cracking the Entrepreneur Code: 7 Tips to Build the Business You Always Wanted. He has been featured on CBS News, Fox, ABC News and NBC News. His mission is to improve the quality of lives of over 1 million people worldwide. His message to people who are stuck in the rat race is straightforward – “Anyone can start Any Business, Anyhow, Anywhere and Anytime”.
Over the last 7 years as a serial entrepreneur and a business strategist, Jack has already assisted over 500 entrepreneurs in businesses of not more than 3 years and other experts (e.g. authors, coaches, speakers and trainers) who struggle with getting more clients and having the fear of rejection and objections to get their business breakthrough so that they can
• get in front of the right clients finally to sell their products or services using powerful sales presentation and facilitation techniques.
• regain the confidence and clarity they need to succeed in this game by knowing how to overcome probably the Number 1 public enemy to them.
• turn the “No”s into “Yes”s easily and comfortably, and even use them in their advantage to get more qualified clients and improve their sales performance.
Kim Selby – The Enchant Me Podcast
Kim started listening to podcasts a couple of years ago and one day a light bulb went off… “If they can do it, I can do it,” she realized. And just like that, ideas for podcasts started to spring up like daffodils in spring. As a lifelong learner, she dove headfirst into learning about microphones, media hosting and audio editing. You name it, she read about it, and read some more, and then read some more. Finally she stopped reading and started recording. And, miraculously, two months later in April 2018, her first podcast – The Enchant Me Podcast – was not only born, it was accepted by Apple Podcasts.
When she’s not working on The Enchant Me Podcast, Kim listens to podcasts, collects ideas for future podcasts and runs Storm Your Brain (http://www.stormyourbrain.com), a writing and communications solutions company based in New Jersey.
Paul Karolyi – Changing Denver
Paul founded, produces and hosts the award-winning podcast Changing Denver, which is currently in its fourth season, a Serial-style investigation of the history of a former nuclear weapons plant outside Denver and the recent controversy over its conversion into a national wildlife refuge.
Jason Villanueva – Salty Dogs Christian Podcast
The Salty Dogs Christian Podcast is a ministry of The Source Church in Wichita, Kansas. Birthed out of a 5-year friendship between Jason Villanueva and Casey Tavares, the podcast covers many topics dealing with the Christian faith, the Church, and personal stories and experiences. It’s informal in tone, yet slightly sarcastic with humorous undertones keeping the conversation shifting between gut punches of truth and laughter from one moment to the next. The Salty Dogs Podcast dives head first into the waters of truth-seeking and norm-busting conversations, without holding its nose before the plunge. They ask the hard questions, holding to humility as much as possible. Their appetite for recording is nearly insatiable. Many episodes to come!
Josh Lewis – Saving Elephants
Josh Lewis is a CPA who lives in Tulsa and works for the Oklahoma State Auditor’s Office. A former candidate for City Auditor with nearly a decade of experience in auditing governments, Josh has a unique and practical perspective as an outside observer of politics put into practice.
Josh graduated from College of the Ozarks–Hard Work U–majoring in Accounting with a minor in Speech Communications, where he was president of the College Republicans. Though a lifelong Republican, Josh stepped down as Treasurer of the Tulsa County Republican Party in 2016 when he could no longer support the candidate chosen to represent his party.
As a diligent student of the conservative movement championed by Edmund Burke, Russel Kirk, William F. Buckley, Thomas Sowell, and many others, Josh is passionate about conservatism surviving and thriving in the 21st century.
Josh is also a contributor to The Millennial Review, a group of politically-engaged millennials who promote and defend the conservative values of freedom, limited republican government, and a robust civil society that have made America truly exceptional. He can be reached at [email protected]
Thadd Scott – Fans Of..
In 2010 Thadd Scott joined the Cincinnati Rollergirls as a statistician, he moved into the role of Production Manager in 2011 where he perfected the role until 2014 when he was elected to the Board of Directors serving as the Production Director for four years. Along the way in 2012 Thadd became a Play-by-Play Announcer for the team, a role he still occupies. Thadd covered the Cincinnati Rollergirls for Examiner.com from 2011-2016, covering the team’s games, events and writing player profiles, until the site shut down. He began the Fans Of… podcast in August of 2017 as a new way to record the stories and events of his team, and the sport he had grown to love. Thadd began with co-host Brandon Barb, the team’s current Production Director, and currently co-hosts with Cincinnati Rollergirl, Royal T. Thadd and Royal T have a dynamic relationship on the microphone that comes through in their fun and inviting interview style.
Dylan Bickers – Every Other Wednesday
Dylan is new to the podcasting scene, having released his first podcast-only two months ago. He has spent the last four years honorably serving as a Public Health technician in the United States Air Force, and is transitioning to a new chapter of his life. He is happy to make podcasting a part of that chapter, and can’t wait to see where it leads.
TÊI BROWN – TÊI 1013
DJ Têi 1013 hailing from a strong Tech House, House, EDM and UnderGround Dance Music scene in New York, New Jersey, Miami, Las Vegas and Colorado, and not to leave out his “Out of Country Tours” Such as; Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and IBIZA. DJ Têi 1013 is a household name you will surely be hearing a lot more from in the near future.
Jeremy Malaspina – Assassin Cast
Jeremy Malaspina was born in Queens New York in the late 80s, making music at a young age he would later write and produce 5 albums and refine is audio production skills. Becoming a master carpenter in the process he would later take a step back from music to focus on his career and would later discover a different passion which is a podcast. Even though it may be explicit at times you get an honest review that never holds back the truth. Hence the motto “The best podcast in New York.” Jeremy and his co-host Dan McCarthy strive to produce quality content you can always rely on.
Terrell Sumpter – Inspire Before We Expire Podcast
Mr. Sumpter is one of many aspiring speakers in his time. His story and message speak life, change and transformation. He is a podcast host, Motivational Speaker, A Empowerment and all around Leader and Positive Influence. He is 25 years old from Philadelphia PA now residing in Central Florida and has made his online presence felt on social media and has impacted many people, along w/ growing his brand and podcast rapidly. He is also team-oriented love to work with other like-minded individuals to thrive and make a difference together. Podcasting has become a specialty for Me. Sumpter where he shares the platform with other global leaders to come speak on his show and share their journey, experience, tools and tips with our audience. Mr.Sumpter started as a guest host on The “How To Be A Grown-up Podcast Host, where he worked with and teamed up with Indianapolis Native and Teacher Erik Andres. Building and growing the platform tremendously w/ engaging, educating and empowering our community through presence, commitment and persistence. Over time and along the journey He decided to shift to create and focus on his own podcast “The Inspire Before We Expire” a personal development platform. Mr.Sumpter is a walking testimony speaker, motivator and mentor who has overcome adversity, to now sharing his light with the others. To help them find their purpose, niche, become creators and follow their dreams.
Ben Dao – Big Time Dreams Podcast
Ben Dao is interested in people’s jobs, careers and passions. Your job is a big part of your life. It would be nice to actually love it. He thinks it’s cool when people really love their jobs. Ben hosts “Big Time Dreams Podcast” where we talk to people who are pursuing their passions and really love what they do.
Ben’s dream was to be a “Full Time” real estate investor. He bought a couple of homes and made no money for 6 years. He was just trying to hang on. He lost everything and started from scratch. He moved from the Bay Area to the Midwest and started buying 2-3 rental properties a year. After a few years, I was finally able to quit my day job as student loans counselor! He had planned out that day for so long. Now it was here.
Now he manages his rentals, does the podcast and eats tacos. I want to inspire people to go for their passions in a smart way. I want to see people making money from their passions. Big Time Dreams!
Oso Wallman – Food Happens
Food Happens and Mortar & Pestle Food Story Project is the culmination of Oso Wallman’s life work as a chef in 24 countries, 7 continents, and 50 homes in the United States.
Observation and Immersion in cuisine and culture added to our own culture around food prompted Oso to create a forum to discuss all things regarding food and it’s myriad aspects. Everything from food policy, science, history, lexicon, to tips and recipes.
Note; we are still in production and interviews are rolling right along
Matthew Diehls – Brodundrum
Matthew Diehls strives to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis, and how it affects those with the disease. As a twin with Cystic Fibrosis, he has tremendous insight on the effects on the disease not only to the person with the disease but also its effects on those closest to them. He has created a website to do so and is about to start a podcast on the topic.
Sarah DiMeo – Faded Out
Sarah E. DiMeo was born in Bristol, CT on Aug. 22, 1984. From an early age, she was drawn to film and television and always felt a need to be a storyteller. She graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts, concentration in Theatre. From there, she went on to the New York Film Academy in Manhattan, New York to study Filmmaking. In 2008, at the age of 23, she started her own production company called Hells Bells Productions. Since then, has written, directed, shot and edited several original films, such as ‘SWAN Day CT,’ ‘Women of the Day,’ and ‘Fresh Blood,’ which have earned her a place in film festivals such as SENE Film & Music Festival and The Indie Gathering, as well as awards for her work. Looking to take her talents into a new direction, she enrolled in the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in 2017, where she studied TV and radio broadcasting. It was there that she developed her own original podcast “Faded Out,” which she also writes, hosts, edits, mixes and produces. The first season follows the case of the disappearance of 12-year-old Johnny Gosch in 1982, a case that she first began researching one year prior, and has become close to her heart. In April, she also created “SWANCAST,” a biweekly show highlighting the talented women of SWAN Day Connecticut. SWAN stands for Support Women Artists Now and it is a global movement. Connecticut’s annual celebrations showcase female fronted bands, female visual artists, even burlesque dancers.
Darren Horne – Darren Horne Consultancy
Darren is a Leadership and Communications consultant that guides businesses and individuals to get more out of life by leading with intent, and communicating effectively in person, online, and internally.
He is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner, a media lecturer, an award-winning author of Level Up Your Teens (aimed at helping teenagers deal with life). Darren runs a martial arts studio focusing on live performance, he is on the Board of Trustees of an addiction charity and raises awareness of mental health issues.
Since his daughter was born two years ago he strives to make the world a better place and aims to help 1 million people be happier than they were.
He uses film and gaming theory as a tool for motivating and coaching others.
Leah Buller – Autobiography Book Club
Autobiography Book Club is a no-pressure book club talking all things autobiography. Why? Because reading an autobiography is like people watching, but you get the entire crazy backstory. Leah and her co-host Jill choose one female-authored autobiography a month leaving no topic or person off limits. They laugh, they dish and they drink.
New Episodes are released the first of every month giving you plenty of time to read up. If you’re not into the books, no worries. Each episode is packed with additional information and news regarding the author and their story. We’ll catch you up!
Steve Sarley – We Fish ASA
Steve was the host of the Outdoors Experience, which aired on Chicago’s AM-560 WIND from 2003 to 2013. The Outdoors Experience drew an excellent audience, due to its high quality and because it featured the best possible guests in the world of the outdoors.
Steve was also the host, from 2002 to 2005, of CLTV’s Great Outdoors, which aired live for 30 minutes every Thursday evening in primetime on the local companion station to national superstation WGN. This was a talk show that featured many famous luminaries from the outdoors world and featured taped outdoors footage. Occasionally, a show would be taped from out in the woods or on the water.
Steve has been a published outdoor writer in newspapers and magazines continuously since 1998. Currently, his work can be found in a weekly, bylined column for The Northwest Herald and other daily and weekly papers published by Shaw Media. His bylined column also appears every two weeks in Illinois Outdoor News magazine.
He also presents seminars to various groups on a variety of outdoor topics and has been the host and/or emcee for a number of outdoor shows and banquets. Steve has also been a guest on a number of outdoor radio and television shows. He is a member and past director of the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers.
Tyler Bell – Westside Fairytales
Tyler was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the ass end of the 1980s. St. Judes Catholic School got rid of him by sixth grade and he came up in the public school system with the lions share of his generation. His childhood was a lot of hand-me-downs and hard work, of doing whether or not you wanted to and going back out to fight even if you were scared.
And he read. Lots. And thought about writing his own books.
The towers falling on 9/11 changed his plans for his future just about as much as anybody else in that era. And, five years after watching thousands die live in his freshman typing class, Tyler was clapped up in body armor with Second Battalion, Eighth Marines outside of Fallujah. He did three combat deployments with the Marines as an infantry 0331 and rejoined society drunk, angry, and pissed off about being alive when other people weren’t.
Writing saved his life. He started with journalism in college and found himself suddenly drinking less and going out more, wanting to know about people. He could feel the world through their stories, through the scrawls they left on the inside of his skull, more than he could feel using his own skin. He found the shards of the person he could become inside others, and slowly, painstakingly put himself back together.
He caught the itch soon after and started writing for himself, doing whatever he could to commit the stories he couldn’t write the news to paper. Stories too grotesque or banally cruel for publication. The true lives of the blue collar folk he’d grown up alongside — folks the world just always seemed ready to write off and forget — he wrote about them.
Tony Williams II – Point Your Toes!
Tony is and dance teacher and choreographer that loves sharing his passion with dancers young and old.
John Antonacci – The Video Jungle
John is a natural born storyteller and can pretty much find the humor in any situation. Before bringing his years of sales and marketing expertise to Animus Studios, John worked in the precious metals industry, becoming the CMO of one of the industry’s leading precious metals refiners. Animus Studios had been helping John with sales videos and he loved the plan, create and share process so much, he decided to do it full time for Animus. If you haven’t been entertained by the former high school theater enthusiast’s sales videos yet, he’ll be sure to send you one. Until then he’s happy to offer his color commentary here on the video jungle.
Ava Flanell – Gun Funny
Ava Flanell is a certified firearms instructor of five years, certified in six NRA disciplines. She has a B.A in English and Communications from Fordham University. In the past year, she has started a podcast called Gun Funny, which is quickly becoming one of the top five shows on the Firearms Radio Network.
Craig Garber – Everyone Loves Guitar
On Everyone Loves Guitar, host Craig Garber goes deep into the minds, hearts and souls of a wide variety of interesting professional guitar players, to find out what makes them tick. If you enjoy listening to the backstory of successful people, you’ll love this show.
Gregg Weiner – The Gregg Weiner Podcast w/ Imran Sheikh
Gregg Weiner is a critically acclaimed and award-winning actor based out of Miami. He’s also appeared on several tv shows and movies. Most notable being Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia as Bingo In season 3. He’s a part-time on-air personality on a few radio stations in Miami. He met Imran doing a show in Fort Myers Florida and the two of them clicked. Imran is a critically acclaimed working actor based out of NYC and is currently in a number of tv projects set to air this fall.
Paddy Johnston – Big Boys Don’t Cry
Paddy Johnston is a podcaster from London, England. By day he works in publishing and runs a small press called Good Comics, and is also a part-time academic and writer. He is a huge fan of films, books and baseball.
Charles Yao – PlugOneTwo
Lead host Charles Yao comes from a music background and was involved in touring, marketing and promotions for Goodvibe Recordings/Interscope (Slum Village, Bahamadia, Phil the Agony & Mystic). He took his experience and became partner/owner of the Concrete Grooves record label and produced records with Kim Hill of the Black Eye Peas, Phatlip of the Pharcyde, Large Professor, Cl Smooth and Bobby Womack to name a few.
He transitioned to radio starting from college level (LAVC), small market (Radio Networks USA), major market (Power 106), satellite radio (SiriusXm) and now online based (Dash Radio). His experience ranges from intern, production assistant, audio editor, producer and talent.
You can also catch his video podcast’s on YouTube where in depth interviews and conversations with athletes, comedians, chef’s and Dj’s life are discussed in long form method.
Charles is also a voice over talent with the prestigious production house Hit Productions and Loudbox sound in Asia and has earned accolades such as being featured by the San Francisco Examiner, AXS TV and the local news KSCI LA18.
Aside from developing and conceptualizing the podcast, Charles manages and produces all things video, audio and social media of PlugOneTwo.
Ellie Newman – That Got Me Thinking
Ellie has always been about connection and strategic solutions. Her mind naturally gravitates to asking “Why?” and to pondering topics like: faith, drive, passion, truth, purpose, imagination, science, authenticity and the shared human experience. Her radio show and podcast come from her compulsion to share those insights with the world. They are the products of her following her own advice.
Donna Elwin – A Paranormal Chicks
A Paranormal Chicks is a true crime + paranormal comedy podcast. It is hosted by best friends Kerri and Donna who try to inject some humor into the grime tales or horror and haunts, but sometimes the stories are no laughing matter.
Grant Eilertson – #DailyG
Grant is passionate about helping busy professionals who’ve tried EVERYTHING to finally lose the stubborn weight for good!
Eric Alders – Life’s Blackbelts with Eric Alders
In short I am married for 16 years to my college sweetheart (together for 20). Father of twin girls that are almost 12. I’m a 6th Degree Black Belt and 4 stripe blue belt in BJJ. I own The Karate Dojo MMA and BJJ since 2007 www.tkdojo.com.
So I’m a business owner, family man, and just started up the podcast last month. I’ve enjoy public speaking, mentoring my students and supporting my community.
There’s more of course but that’s a quick brief
Sally Spencer-Thomas – Hope Illuminated
Sally Spencer-Thomas is a clinical psychologist, inspirational international speaker and an impact entrepreneur. Dr. Spencer-Thomas was moved to work in suicide prevention after her younger brother, a Denver entrepreneur, died of suicide after a difficult battle with a bipolar condition. Known nationally and internationally as an innovator in social change, Spencer-Thomas has helped start up multiple large-scale, gap filling efforts in mental health including the award-winning campaign Man Therapy and the nation’s first initiative for suicide prevention in the workplace. In 2016 she was an invited speaker at the White House. In her recent TEDx Talk she shares her goal to elevate the conversation and make suicide prevention a health and safety priority in our schools, workplaces and communities.
Zachary Davis – Ministry of Ideas
Zachary Davis is the host of Ministry of Ideas, a podcast that explores the ideas that shape our world. He is also a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School studying intellectual history and philosophy of religion and works at HarvardX where he focuses on building open online courses in the humanities. Before coming to Harvard he was a junior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Zachary is a graduate of Brigham Young University, where he majored in International Relations and Humanities.
Leigh Pfeffer – History is Gay
Leigh is a museum worker by day, queer history aficionado and podcaster by night/any spare time they get. They love telling stories about badass folks from history and present who dare to live authentically and add light and love to the world. Leigh is a giant geek as well, can’t (and won’t) shut up about TV, comics, and the importance of representation on-screen and off. They have a degree in European History and Theater, and wrote their thesis on ascetic medieval women and all the ways they messed with the patriarchy, and flirted for a long time with slapping on an archaeology degree as well, because why not! Bones, yo. They’re so neat. Now, they can usually be seen frantically running around craft stores working on cosplays, spending entirely way too much money at comic conventions, and muttering obscenities under breath at Adobe Premiere Pro while honing video editing skills. And usually consuming more Netflix than is probably healthy. Likes: seeing hopeful and representative stories reflected in media, new comic book Wednesdays, also tea, petting all the dogs, and their bed. Dislikes: cisheteronormativity, the patriarchy, and the word moist.
Tom Rittenhouse – You’re Welcome, Hollywood
Tom is a filmmaker and comedian based out of Atlanta, GA. He and his comedy partners, Ed and Rueben, have been performing weekly improv together for 11 years as part of the Dad’s Garage Theater ensemble. You’re Welcome, Hollywood is their third podcast venture, but also their favorite.
Roger Gros – GGB Podcast
Roger Gros is publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, the leading trade publication for the casino industry. Founded in 2001, GGB covers the business of casino gambling around the world. Gros began publishing podcasts around 2005, adding them to the magazine’s weekly newsletter, GGBNews.com. The podcasts are interviews with casino executives, public officials, slot machine manufacturers and other vendors, regulators, gamblers and anyone else affiliated with the business of casino gaming.
Timothy Brien – KDOI Podcasting
Timothy “Kimo” Brien has been writing his poetry since 1990 when he first stumbled upon TS Elliot in a High School English class and was inspired to dream and interpret his first poem. Since that time he has written 4 collections of poems starting with Throwing Myself At The Ground and Missing (2006) Postcards From Someone You Don’t Know (2007), Wisdom From The Sack (2009) and Shaving Crop Circles In My Chest Hair (2017). He has hosted poetry readings in Rockford Illinois, Carbondale Illinois and Richmond Virginia. He has performed his works in all of these cities as well as Phoenix Arizona and his current home of Fredericksburg Virginia. Starting in 2006 he hosted a weekly call-in Poetry show on Kimo’s Den of Iniquity through Blogtalkradio, a podcast site. Currently, he hosts his own interview and spoken word show KDOI Podcasting on libsyn at www.kdoipodcasting.libsyn.com where he talks with artists from various disciplines and uncovers the mystery behind being an artist to inspire others to pick up the pen and drop the cell phone and Create More Than You Consume. Mr Brien is also an accomplished DJ, musician, playwright, painter, carpenter, producer and director
Kimo’s Den Of Iniquity where we learn how to create more than we consume by talking with Full time, Part time, Amateur and “non” Artists of all disciplines to discover our commonality and be inspired. This is a bi-weekly podcast bringing you viewpoints that sometimes class and sometimes are harmonious.
Marlow Hicks – 132 Breese Podcast
Marlow was born and raised all over the country (no he was not a military kid) he found a home when he set foot on the University of Wisconsin Campus. He spent the next four years pretending to be an athlete, majoring in partying, while trying to fit in school work. It all worked out in the end now that he has turned his everyday conversation with those friends into what we are calling a podcast. Currently living on the North side of Chicago.
Melissa Tarpley – Mahogany Momology
Melissa Tarpley and Natasha Gordon are the Co-Creators/Host (better known as Chief Momologists) of the podcast, Mahogany Momology. Mahogany Momology is an online dialog pertaining to the concerns and carefree parenting of black motherhood. Melissa and Natasha met while both were members of Mocha Moms. During their leadership tenure with Mocha Moms, the idea of Mahogany Momology was sparked to give mothers of color a voice via social media AND vocally to tackle the day to day issues.
Melissa is the mother of Amari while she is also working in the event industry. Natasha is the mother of Evan and Emil and works in speech therapy.
The Podcast Movement team consists of all your friends, new and old, from Podcast Movement. You never know who might pop in with some funny, cool, or far out content JUST FOR YOU!