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The New Media Show (Video)

By Todd Cochrane

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The New Media Show is recorded via live video every Saturday at 9am PST/Noon EST. The weekly 90 minute show is hosted by Todd Cochrane and Rob Greenlee. The series features the leading minds in the new media and podcasting space. Topics also include: new media and broadcasting events, media platforms, content monetization, platform apps, devices, content creation, publishing software and equipment.

Customer Reviews

Informative and Fun

I love listening to this podcast! It is set at a nice pace and feels as if you are listening to someone talking about important things in tech. Todd has his finger on what is important and interesting in tech and everyday news. And i like that he lets his mind drift a little so that when something interesting comes along in his stories he has short digressions, which are quite fun. Some shows have a huge push to move along, in that they want to read the headlines of multiple stories. This show is nice, in that we hear the interesting stories and then we hear commentary on them and can formulate opinions. He also diligently searches the web for important news from all the top tech websites. This is a great tech news aggregator website.

Great inside baseball

This podcast has some great info on today's and tomorrow's emerging media. As a podcast producer this to me is a very valuable resource. Thanks

I tried, I left.

Old ‘casters clearly out of touch w/modern tech, methods, and workflow. I compare against other successful podcast, this is not a contender.