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Glass Half Empty Podcast | The Big Lead

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Sports News and Media

Customer Reviews

getting better, needs more pizzazz

Pizzazz, not pizza, Glasspiegel, though I never mind it when you show off all that greazy deep dish in Chicago or whatever local cuisine you stumble across traveling for sports or life. Of course food is tough to describe taste in podcast form, the better medium for that is blog; similar to Ryan building his brand, he's already a very strong writer and really only scratching the surface on vocal capabilities.
Improving his cadence in nearly every show so far, I tend to like the way Ryan methodically interviews his guests. Not to mention the impressive guest list speaks for itself. In my opinion, the podcast post-production could use some sort of musical theme and sound effects, but not to the point that it distracts from otherwise serious content.

Great podcast!

Really enjoying listening to this podcast, glad I have a lot to catch up on. Recommend for anyone interested in getting a behind the scenes view from people in sports/sports media. Ryan gets some really interesting guests and asks great questions.

Bad audio + Bad host = 2 *

Why does a media podcast have a Packers by the play call....at a volume way too high? Why does Ryan not stay on mic? I will say Ryan is very smart and knows his stuff but maybe he should get a professional to do the podcast and feed him/her the questions.

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