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Welcome to the Drive & Dish NBA Podcast, hosted by Kevin Rafuse (@rafusetolose) & Justin Cousart (@JustinContheAir). We started back in 2014 as a way to discuss our favorite league like we would whenever we hung out outside of work. Little did we know two ex-Pennsylvanians who moved to Florida would now be entering our 6th season. Two cities, and a couple of radio jobs later, here we are. We strive to give you the best in everything NBA both on and off the court on a weekly basis and keep it ...
 
The ISG Digital Dish podcast explores the latest news, issues and debates involving the role of women to create a space for women’s voices and experiences in technology today. It brings together thinkers, industry leaders and pace setters who are ushering in – and sometimes questioning – the future of digital. What do women bring to the field? How can we think differently about how women together with men create competitive advantage and drive innovation? What does the field have to offer wo ...
 
The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
Wipe the blood off the water cooler … it’s Casualty Friday! The world’s most famous masked killer (Kane Hodder), the hardest working scream queen around (Tiffany Shepis) and an 80’s gender-bending fan favorite (Felissa Rose), hack and slash their way through personal conversations about their unique lives working in the horror industry. These three friends will dive, dish, and dis in these no holds barred episodes that will make you laugh, cry (and maybe vomit). From the producers of The Las ...
 
Welcome to Drag Drive-Thru, where all the drag artists go after the show to kiki, spill all the tea, and dish some just desserts. Heavy Cream and Cindi Television are your drag hostesses for a fun, flirty, and funny podcast that gives you exclusive access to the stories and life experiences of your favorite drag performers. Our Patreon feed means we are open for business 24/7 and ready to serve you some fresh, content!
 
Historically, the private markets have been on the fringe, but as trillions of dollars have flowed into this dynamic asset class, there is an increasing need for greater insight. Since 2007, PitchBook has been shining a light on key trends and events in venture capital, private equity and M&A through comprehensive data and detailed analysis. Subscribe to our podcast for thoughtful conversations with industry leaders and PitchBook analysts to help you better understand the evolving capital ma ...
 
Singer Amber Lee Ettinger (left) – aka “Obama Girl” – and Kelly Brady of “MTV PoweR Girls” fame are teaming up for a fast-paced peek inside the world’s hottest celebrity scene. Coming to you live from the Big Apple, these glam-a-licious gals deliver weekly reviews on their favorite clubs – and the latest dish on those bold-face names they’ve been hanging with. Joining Amber and Kelly to punctuate their power reports will be a steady stream of celeb guests and media insiders.
 
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Today’s episode, part two in our two-part series on the Creator Economy, focuses on the new potential revenue streams and fan-engagement models opened up by emerging decentralized technology. It's a new type of fan club, driven by crypto networks and aiming to give creators more power in the commercial sphere. Zoran Basich of a16z talked to two gue…
 
This episode, part one in a two-part series on the Creator Economy, explores the process and economics behind creating an independent newsletter. In this candid conversation, host Lauren Murrow talks with four Substack writers—an artist, a technologist, a journalist, and a clinical researcher-turned-psychedelics scholar—about how to find and foster…
 
Since Netflix started in the late 90s as a DVD-by-mail rental service competing with Blockbuster, it has completely reinvented itself... twice – first, when it went from DVD rental to video streaming platform, and then again when it went from licensing to producing original content. But what does it take to create an organization capable of reinven…
 
PitchBook analyst and Goldman Sachs alum Nalin Patel joins host Adley Bowden to discuss the resilient state of the European VC ecosystem. Topics discussed include how COVID-19 has caused the work-from-home, healthcare, biotech and pharma industries to boom (6:05), why median valuations, deal sizes and step up rounds have remained strong (16:02), an…
 
Welcome to Episode 34: Some f’ckn idiot named Wigglesworth (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part II). In this episode we continue our discussion on Hawaii, but switch our focus to the Dole fruit company and pineapples. *We talk about Labor Day a bunch because that was when this episode was supposed to air, but then scheduling didn't work out. So, sorry…
 
"I'm in a movie, but it's the wrong movie." For better or for worse, we tell the story of entrepreneurs as one of the mythical hero's journey: that's there's a call, a test (multiple tests!), a destination... But nothing truly follows such a clean, linear, storytelling arc. Stories of success and resilience are messy and full of "sleepless nights, …
 
Justin and Kevin React to the news that the Nets are hiring Steve Nash to be their head coach... was it a bold move or a dumb one? The guys also get into the Game 7's in the first round and ask which was a better watch. Last they talk the Semifinals between the Miami Heat/Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors/Boston Celtics, LA Lakers/Houston Rockets, a…
 
This episode examines the potential for misuse and fraud among those applying for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)—and how fintech and software provide overlooked tools to stop it. On March 27th, the government enacted a $2.2 trillion dollar stimulus package called the CARES Act, the largest aid measure in history. The act provides more than $…
 
PitchBook venture capital analyst Cameron Stanfill joins the pod to discuss his recent analyst note "The 2020 SPAC Frenzy," which breaks down this year’s SPAC boom. Topics discussed include what’s driving the surge (1:35), how private equity firms and SPACs are forever intertwined (5:40), why reverse mergers are more forgiving to startup founders t…
 
Welcome to episode 33: I hate everything about this Part I (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii). In this episode we begin our discussion with the rise of the sugar cane industry in Hawaii and their political structure at the time. Join us next week for Part II where we discuss the pineapple industry. Music by Andrew Huang. Shout out to Surfside Sips for m…
 
Okay, so we know community is important -- whether for developer relations for your product or other types of communities -- but how do we measure the success of community initiatives and even artifacts (like events or schwag), given how indirect and long-cycle so much of it is? How do we know we're even measuring the right things, and is there one…
 
Today on the show Justin and Kevin take some warm-up shots and talk about Sports personalities comparing Luka to Lebron, Chadwick Boseman passing away, Life in the NBA Bubble, and Bella Thorne ruining Only Fans. After their quick break, the guys get into the NBA Boycott and the Milwaukee Bucks stopping sports. They Talk Draft Lotto FINALLY and give…
 
PitchBook analyst Dylan Cox returns to the program to discuss the PitchBook H1 Global Private Debt Report. Topics discussed include why direct lending funds aren’t the only show in town anymore (1:15), whether equity holders should be bailed out when a company struggles (6:35), how the private debt market breaks down (10:40) and how he uses proxies…
 
There is no spoon. Or rather, “There is no such thing as ‘data’, there’s just frozen models”, argues Peter Wang, the co-founder and CEO of Anaconda — who also created the PyData conferences and grew the early data science community there, while on the frontlines of trying to make Python useful for business analytics. He views both models and data a…
 
Data is big and getting bigger, yet in some business areas it’s less well understood and used than in others. This seems to be the case for HR, where data is often viewed simply as a by-product of business activity rather than a valuable resource in its own right. Data can help us make sense of the world and drive business decisions, especially in …
 
“In Visible Capital” host Adley Bowden recaps highlights from the 2Q 2020 PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor webinar, which featured representatives from Silicon Valley Bank, NVCA, PitchBook and Certent discussing recent US VC trends. Topics include what to expect for VC dealmaking in the second half of 2020 (2:40), what type of companies are attractin…
 
This episode is all about education and technology, a topic that’s especially top of mind this week as students in much of the country return to school—virtually. The intersection of learning and technology has been accelerated by the pandemic, but the debate around education's "disruption," and what that means for educators doing the hands-on work…
 
Welcome to episode 32: Kill your idols with Season of the B (aka celebrating Julia Child). This episode we are joined by a few members of the Season of the Bitch podcast, the best feminist socialist podcast on the internet. We discuss the life of Julia Child in honor of her 108th birthday and get a brief reading of her birth chart. Check out Season…
 
WHEN are we going to have a COVID-19 vaccine, and how the heck are we going from (what’s been traditionally been up to) 12 years or so of vaccine development compressed into 12 months or so? What will and won’t be compromised here, and where do new technologies -- like mRNA or messenger RNA vaccines -- come in? Where will vaccines likely be distrib…
 
Senior analyst Wylie Fernyhough unpacks PitchBook’s Q2 2020 US PE Breakdown, discussing how investors are deciding which portfolio companies to support (8:25), changes to limited partner agreements (9:52), which funds are finding success in a tight fundraising environment (15:42), trends in the LP-GP relationship for GP stakes investing (21:33) and…
 
In this episode, we continue our community series with a recent discussion that applies to many kinds of community building. Today’s topic: How do you create a platform that people not only use, but tell their friends about? One that goes beyond just being useful and actually connects deeply with the user? In this discussion, which was recorded at …
 
Justin and Kevin give their initial reactions from the NBA Bubble. Every team has played 4-5 games... how do we feel about them? The guys get a little off-topic in the intro and debate how much $$ it would take to like your Ex LAST 20 PHOTOS... After the break, the guys debate their favorites for the 8th seed in the West. Will Ja Morand and the Mem…
 
CAR T therapy is a groundbreaking medicine that uses engineered T cells to attack cancer. But CAR T cells (that is, chimeric antigen receptor T cells) can be programmed to recognize a huge range of target proteins and cell types. So what other types of cells should we train CAR Ts to recognize and destroy to improve human health? On this episode of…
 
PitchBook news executive editor Alec Davis and senior financial journalist James Thorne join the program to discuss the US government’s Paycheck Protection Program, which is set to expire August 8. Topics include a look at how many venture capital and private equity-backed companies received loans (2:30), how some justified taking money (4:28), how…
 
Welcome to episode 31 The Mark Zuckerberg of Catholicism (aka St. Anthony of Padua)! Aimee does the wrong homework and tells us about the wrong Saint! It’s OK though because this Saint performed really lame “miracles”. Melissa tells us about a popular “Catholic” cocktail, and also gets real upset about some lemmings. Stay after the credits for a bo…
 
We're living in an unprecedented era of online collaboration, coordination, and creation. All kinds of people are coming together -- whether in an open source project or company, an R&D initiative, a department in a company, a club or special interest group, even a group of friends and family -- around some shared interest or activity. But the word…
 
In this episode -- cross posted from our 16 Minutes show feed -- we cover all the buzz around GPT-3, the pre-trained machine learning model from OpenAI that’s optimized to do a variety of natural-language processing tasks. It’s a commercial product, built on research; so what does this mean for both startups AND incumbents… and the future of “AI as…
 
THE NBA IS BACK TODAY!!!!! Kevin and Justin break down the NBA bubble before they restart. Hear them break down what they think about the western conference and the Lakers. They breakdown the Eastern conference and what they think is in store for the 76ers. In the Times: NBA Team Continuity : 10:22 - 19:33 WEST Conference in Bubble: 23:52 - 36:50 B…
 
PitchBook analysts Daniel Cook and Andy White break down their recent analyst note “Quantitative Perspectives: US Venture Capital during Economic Uncertainty.” Topics discussed include how COVID-19 has impacted startup valuations (3:30), how the 2008 financial recession impacted their valuation forecasts (6:00), how to evaluate the impact of exit v…
 
Welcome back to another Coronavirus episode of the Drive & Dish NBA podcast. Justin Cousart (@JustinContheAir) is off this week, so Kevin Rafuse (@rafusetolose) is joined by Lakeland Magic play by play announcer Nick Gryniewicz (@GetNickG) and Sam B. Albuquerque (@SamBAlbuquerque), host of the Take a Left at Albuquerque podcast. As scrimmages get u…
 
Many don’t realize we even need to think about the possibility of security hacks when it comes to things like pacemakers, insulin pumps, and more. But when bits and bytes meet flesh and blood, security becomes literally a life or death concern. So what are the issues and risks we need to be aware of in exposing security vulnerabilities in connected…
 
PitchBook venture capital reporter Priyamvada Mathur joins the show to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has sped up digital transformation in the construction industry (1:59), why that transformation is expected to last through COVID-19 (5:25) and how venture capital firms and startups across the industry have struggled to adapt over the past few …
 
Ever since the discovery of antibiotics, microbiologists have worried about and studied how bacteria acquire resistance to these drugs. Adding to the complexity of this problem is the fact that it is not always clear whether the conditions that drive the evolution of resistance in the lab occur in patients suffering from bacterial infections. This …
 
Dr. Marty Makary—surgical oncologist at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and health policy and innovation expert—has long been a passionate advocate for transparent pricing in the healthcare system. We don’t talk enough (or really at all) about price in healthcare, says Makary (instead, we talk about cost). But shedding a light on price…
 
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