Let’s Talk About Networks

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    If you’ve ever dreamed of starting your own podcast network, this episode is for you. Myke Hurley is a veteran podcaster and the co-founder of Relay.fm, a popular and highly regarded tech podcast network with 20 shows. He joins Lex Friedman in the Wolf Den to dig into the business of running a network. Myke tells how he built his first network out of necessity, and why he later merged it with a bigger network. But then Myke and his business partner decided to strike out on their own again with Relay. He explains why it’s important for them to have that ownership, and what it took for them to quit their day jobs and run the network full time. Myke also reflects on the changes in the industry over the last few years—especially with advertising—and shares his advice for podcasters who want to build their own networks.

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  2. Roman Mars: Observer Media: Design Observer

    Roman Mars is the host of 99% Invisible, a radio show that explores the 99% invisible activity that shapes the design of our world. Produced by Roman Mars, with support from LUNAR. It’s a project of KALW, the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco and the Center for Architecture and Design.


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  3. Telling The Story #6: Roman Mars, 99% Invisible

    Seemingly improbably, Roman Mars has created and built a beautiful podcast that discusses the virtues of design and architecture — visual subjects that are tackled in audio form.


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  4. How TED Talks Work: Featuring Roman Mars

    TED Talks have been around longer than you think. They became really popular once YouTube came along to bring their often inspirational messages to the world, 18 minutes at a time. In this episode, we interview an actual TED talker, the host of the 99% Invisible podcast, Roman Mars.

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  5. Meet Roman Mars, Creator of 99% Invisible

    Meet Roman Mars, Creator of 99% InvisibleBy Joey Fameli on May 5, 20141 CommentsTweetMeet Roman Mars, the creator and host of one of our favorite shows, 99% Invisible. It’s a wonderful podcast that celebrates and obsesses over the overlooked design in our everyday lives. We visited Roman at his recording studio (ie. home office) to geek out over the hidden world of design, radio production, and storytelling through podcasting.


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  6. Episode 96: Roman Mars, host of 99% Invisible

    I am a fan of public radio. I’ve been fortunate enough to have hosted conversations with both Dick Gordon and Bob Edwards – two of my favorite public radio interviewers – for this podcast.

    Earlier this year, I discovered the 99% Invisible podcast thanks to a recommendation made by my Stitcher app. I’ve been hooked ever since!

    Our guest, Roman Mars, is the producer and host of this great podcast! I was delighted when he accepted my invitation to be on the “other side” of the microphone.


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  7. Linked: Networks from Biology to the World Wide Web

    September 27, 2005

    Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, a Notre Dame University physics professor, explores the relationships of various kinds of complex networks from cells and epidemics, to the World Wide Web, with a bit of ‘Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon’ in between. In accessible language and with humor, Barabasi explains how seemingly unrelated types of networks, for example corporations, social networks, living organisms, are more similar than previously thought. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi is the author of Linked: How Everything is Connected to Everything Else and What It Means for Business, Science, and Everyday Life.


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  8. 113 Myke Hurley, Relay.fm Co-Founder

    If you’ve ever dreamed of starting your own podcast network, this episode is for you. Myke Hurley is a veteran podcaster and the co-founder of Relay.fm, a popular and highly regarded tech podcast network with 20 shows. He joins Lex Friedman in…


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  9. Small is beautiful: Local podcast networks latest hope - Digiday

    While most podcast networks chase big audiences to catch the eyes of major advertisers, others are downplaying universal appeal for a more local focus.


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  10. Trailing Spouse Network Talkcast

    Being the "trailing spouse" of a career professional that gets sent overseas or across the country for their work, sometimes means leaving behind a perfectly good job or small business to start again, somewhere else in the world. The challenge of finding work in foreign locations without support networks and knowledge of the local situation can be costly, frustrating and time consuming. The Trailing Spouse Network is intended to provide support in the form of peer assistance and more importantly, a means of accessing networks of businesses and other organizations that recognize the benefits of working with "Virtual Professionals".

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