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Popternative initially began as a podcast in September, 2015. Hosted by Peter Roumeliotis, guests from the sports, social media and entertainment industry joined the host each week and engaged in a digital dialogue about various issues and topics. Popternative‘s main quest has always been, and remains, to provide our viewers/listeners with behind-the-scenes digital discussions that they would otherwise have a hard time locating.
 
Interviews with entrepreneurs and executives who are shaking things up and building exciting new companies. In industries like new Hollywood, podcasting, ecommerce, and the metaverse. Entertaining you with stories you won't hear anywhere else, from the next generation of leaders that are going to change the world. Brought to you by Chris Erwin, the founder of RockWater and 15-year veteran operator, seller, and investor of media, commerce, and technology companies.
 
The first podcast on entrepreneurship exploring fashion technology space. Meet the change makers who create a future of fashion and learn #liftoff strategies to creating and marketing tech products. My guests come from various fields: #wearabletech, #smartclothing, #AR, #VR, #3Dprinting, #digitalmedia, #platforms and #AI. Turn your explore mode ON!
 
Peek inside the Berkman Center's Video Fishbowl: Conversations with leading cyber-scholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policymakers as they explore the bleeding edge of the internet and technology, democracy, law, and society. (Also available as audio) From the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University
 
Go behind the scenes with customer experience leader Blake Morgan to explore the secrets of the world’s most customer-centric companies. Blake is one of the world’s top keynote speakers, authority on customer experience and the bestselling author of “The Customer Of The Future” The Modern Customer reaches thousands of people each week conveying a message of how we make people feel - in business and in life - matters. Her weekly show explores how businesses can make customers’ lives easier an ...
 
The Rad Intelligence podcast is a weekly series for entrepreneurs, influencers and digital media leaders hoping to change the world. The show is hosted by Jeremy Barnett, CEO of Rad Intelligence - an Advertising Technology Company in Santa Monica, California. This podcast was built to deconstruct the tactics and mindset of today’s most innovative thought leaders, investors and CEOs. Your host Jeremy Barnett interviews some of Silicon Beach’s ”best” in efforts to give listeners an edge. Tune ...
 
Podcast host Ty James Largo has the job that everyone wants . . . or so they think. As a young-ish, marketing agency owner and a real life, working creative director, he’s seen it all, heard it all, and now, he’s ready to tell it all. Seriously Now (SRSLY NOW) shares the triumphs and horror stories (and lessons) of agency life, and what it takes to bring great ideas to life –– or watch them die in the presentation room. Laugh, commiserate, cheer and yes, even learn a trade secret or two. How ...
 
The ultimate web series podcast, talking with experts to teach you how to best make, market, and monetize your digital independent series. Hosted by Stareable, the largest community of web series creators, each episode will focus on a different aspect of the production process, covering everything from the idea, to fundraising, to editing, to film festivals, and beyond. Topics will also include: Brainstorming | Screenwriting | Crowdfunding | Pre-Production | Contracts | Casting| Marketing | ...
 
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What has been the biggest shift in customer experience in recent years? It’s not the COVID-19 pandemic, though that has certainly played a large role. According to NICE inContact CEO Paul Jarman, the biggest change has been the democratization of opinion. Customers have more of a voice than ever before, which has forced companies to focus on experi…
 
Yochai Benkler and Rob Faris present their recent research that assesses how asymmetrically polarized media in the United States shape political discourse and explains how the structure of media ecosystems sustains two starkly different versions of reality in American politics. This talk draws upon research into the propagation of disinformation ab…
 
Marketing your podcast is critical if you want to succeed with your podcast. It's not just about creating amazing content and then hoping someone listens. Of course, good content is needed, but you also need to set up a promotional plan to get the most from your efforts. On this episode, we dive into the ins-and-outs of podcast marketing and how yo…
 
This week, Jeremy with the CEO of SPIN, Jimmy Hutcheson. Jeremy and Jimmy chats about SPIN’s origins, acquisition and history. Jimmy has been the CEO of SPIN for the past year and talks about SPIN’s change from being a key entertainment source back in the day to the digital media world of today. Join us and hear Jeremy and Jimmy drop amazing nugget…
 
Christian Baesler is the President of Complex Networks. Christian is a young media savant, who in his 20’s had more media experience than most executives have in a lifetime. We discuss his humble German childhood, how he launched Bauer Media's digital business at just 21 years old, being a touring DJ, and Complex's international growth plans for 20…
 
How do you create an experience around an all-natural vodka that shows its history and sustainability? Learn to tell a good story. Belvedere Vodka has long been known for its great quality and super-premium product, but only recently has the company began to focus on its historic roots and sustainable efforts. Sharing the story adds to the experien…
 
Repurposing content is critical if you want to succeed in social media. The appetite for content is not slowing down and with more channels opening up every year, finding your audience is getting easier, but you need the right content with the right context in those channels. Repurposing content can help you fill those channels, your funnel and hel…
 
This book talk discussion included:Introduction: Jonathan Zittrain is the George Bemis Professor of International Law at Harvard Law School. He is also a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, a professor of computer science at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, director of the Harvard Law School Library, and co…
 
The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Harvard Medical School’s Program in Global Public Policy and Social Change, the National Governors Association, and Partners In Health’s U.S. Public Health Accompaniment Unit hold a session exploring how US state and local public health leaders can implement retrospective contac…
 
The backbone of a strong customer experience is feedback. And it’s never been more important than it is now. According to Tom Hale, president of SurveyMonkey, digital surveys and feedback have seen tremendous growth during the COVID-19 pandemic. With companies forced into new ways of doing business and interacting with their customers, feedback has…
 
evelyn douek and Julie Owono discuss how platforms are preparing for—and anticipating—a variety of issues related to disinformation in the lead up to, and immediate aftermath of, the 2020 US election on November 3. douek focuses on what platforms have and haven't learned from 2016. Owono explores how this election, and others in the world, will cha…
 
If you’ve been to one of Shake Shack’s 300-plus locations around the world, chances are you’ve had to wait in line. The restaurant draws a crowd with its fresh ingredients and elevated take on fast food. The entire brand is built around great food and great service, and it’s a hit with customers. Shake Shack stands out because of its fine dining-in…
 
TikTok really blew up in 2020, with the global pandemic driving people to their screens for some good old fashioned escapism. But what does that mean from brands, consumers and marketers out there? On this episode, we dive headfirst into TikTok and give you the strategies, tips and tactics that are working on the platform right now. We hope you enj…
 
On today’s show, host Jeremy Barnett interviews Fisker Inc.’s Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker. Fisker is synonymous with iconic cars and leadership in electric vehicle development with a passion for technology and futuristic design. Fisker is a risk-taking, innovation-loving, protocol-challenging designer and entrepreneur who turns dreams into reali…
 
Chas Lacaillade is the founder and CEO of Bottle Rocket Management. Chas took a big bet on the digital video revolution, and now builds businesses for some of the most exciting creative talent from New Hollywood. We discuss why he left a prestigious talent agency to sell water pumps, Louisiana roadtrips, and how he converted a $5,000 bank loan into…
 
For years, experts have talked about millennials and looked towards the future of Generation Z, the generation to follow. But Gen Z is now here and already having a massive impact, both as employees and as consumers. Marketers need to understand Gen Z to realize its full impact and to separate the truth from long held myths. Generational researcher…
 
The MacArthur Foundation recently announced its 2020 MacArthur Fellows, which include two BKC Faculty Associates, Tressie McMillan Cottom and Mary Gray. Watch Cottom and Gray discuss their previous and forthcoming projects as well as explore the intersections of their equally impressive research. The event was moderated by Joan Donovan. Tressie McM…
 
In the midst of a global pandemic, pharmaceutical companies around the world are rushing to develop a vaccine to COVID-19. In an industry that typically takes years to create, test and market new drugs, the incredible time crunch for the COVID vaccine is pushing companies to their limits. But it’s not just pharmaceutical companies that are in the r…
 
Most companies and consumers know they should fight against climate change and want to make a difference, they just don’t know how. With carbon emissions increasing across the globe, it can feel overwhelming to make a difference. Companies don’t know how to start or even if their efforts will pay off and actually have an impact. Austin Whitman is f…
 
How Should U.S. public health officials lead in this political moment? Rivka Weinberg, Professor of Philosophy at Scripps College and Jennifer Prah Ruger, Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, join Dr. Margaret Bourdeaux and Professor Jonathan Zittrain, co-chairs of the B…
 
Do you use influencer marketing? Or do you want to start? Join Chris, Andy and Yu from Kubbco as we walk you through the Good, Bad and the Ugly of Influencer Marketing and how to get the most from it. We explain the tactics you need to increase the performance of your influencer marketing and help you take the right steps to build your brand and se…
 
Welcome to the 1st episode of Social Media Sucks. In this episode we introduce our refreshed podcast / video podcast, Social Media Sucks, we will talk about some of the latest news and changes in the industry, and we also discuss The Social Dilemma, the infamous Netflix documentary, winner of the Impact category at Boulder International Film Festiv…
 
Adam Sachs is the COO of Team Coco and a veteran podcast and digital media executive. Adam works with some of the biggest names in Hollywood like Conan O'Brien, and even Barack and Michelle Obama. We discuss his time as CEO of Midroll Media and its sale to E.W. Scripps, founding a group dating website that he sold to IAC, and the power of being foo…
 
Board Members James Mickens and Jonathan Zittrain explore cybersecurity beyond its traditional boundaries of protecting data or code from bad actors. Increasingly, the pervasive integration of computing systems into modern societal processes (e.g. news, election results) creates new tensions such as the exponential growth of disinformation. After a…
 
After months of quarantine and isolation, consumers are slowly starting to adjust to a new life with COVID-19. As stores reopen and re-adjust, they are faced with customers who are drastically different than they were just six month ago. According to Walter Robb, former co-CEO of Whole Foods, in order to transition and move forward, stores must re-…
 
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