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KWIZCAST is your weekly all-access pass into the world of live sports and entertainment production. Industry veteran Greg Kwizak hosts in-depth conversations with fellow leaders in the field who work with some of the biggest brands in sports and entertainment. Learn what drives these talented people and how they achieved success in some of the coolest jobs in the biz! Whether you just love live events, are currently in the business or aspire to be one day, KWIZCAST takes you backstage into t ...
 
Welcome to GatherGeeks, a place where people passionate about the power of live experiences come together. Join David Adler, chairman and founder of BizBash, as he discusses the latest news and trends affecting event marketers, meeting strategists, nonprofit organizers, and everyone in between. This podcast by BizBash is the destination for information, innovation, and inspiration for anyone involved in planning events and meetings, from conferences, trade shows, and fund-raising galas to pr ...
 
Author of the book "Turn Your Rural Property Into a Wedding Venue Business", Amee Quiriconi, shares her personal experiences with operating her own venue business. She provides tips, tricks and anecdotal advice to anyone wanting to rent their rural home or farm out for weddings. Topics range from handling drunk guests to understand possible zoning restrictions and everything in between.
 
In House celebrates the breadth of talent and creativity in London. Each week we feature London’s most innovative theatres, big and small, from powerhouses like the National Theatre to engine rooms of creativity like the New Diorama.
 
Roadcase examines an oft-overlooked but crucial part of the music industry: the live show. Featuring interviews with touring artists and other industry figures, roughly hour-long episodes of Roadcase delve into the creative process behind the live show and performance itself, the personal histories and anecdotes that inform an artist's experience and fuel their craft, and the cultural forces at play behind the music and events industries. For more information: http://www.roadcasepod.com or h ...
 
Come one, come all, and listen to the extremely inappropriate rantings of Portland Oregon's favorite underdog local rock stars, Asteroid M! We discuss a range of different topics, including things around town, movies, music, comic books and of course, our band, Asteroid M.
 
An EAMC Podcast - Explore the personal journeys and experiences of people in the live entertainment industry. Join hosts Dave Redelberger and Paul Hooper as they talk with guests who work in live entertainment about what they are currently doing, their history in the industry, and the challenges they faced along the way to lead them to where they are today. Adventures In Venueland is a side project of the Event & Arena Marketing Conference, a non-profit organization bringing together people ...
 
Hello! I’m MG the Venue Specialist! I want to take you on a journey through the numerous facets of the hospitality and entertainment industry, introducing you to my friends and colleagues here in Philadelphia. We’ll dive into some serious topics, but we want you to feel like you’re having a beverage with us - sharing stories and learning from one another. Although I’m relatively new to the wedding industry, I've spent the last decade working in hospitality, specifically in craft beer sales a ...
 
Driven by unique video and content, Get Married is the only multi-channeled wedding resource with platforms online - www.GetMarried.com - and on Lifetime Television every weekday. Hosted by Colin Cowie, lifestyle expert and celebrity event designer, Get Married offers a fresh and entertaining approach to wedding planning, providing tips and trends from the most sought-after wedding professionals as well as interactive tools and local resources. Get Married is the most-watched wedding enterta ...
 
Shuffle is WKSU’s backstage pass to Northeast Ohio’s music scene. Join Morning Edition host Amanda Rabinowitz and Shuffle producer Brittany Nader as they speak with performers, producers and other artists to highlight the stories behind music in the area. From rock, folk and indie to rap, electronic and experimental, if it's got a beat, you'll get a chance to learn more about it on the podcast.
 
Greenwich Dance presents Talking Moves, the podcast where artists come together to share practice, experience and ideas. Designed for dance professionals, we put artists centre stage, upfront, in the spotlight, at the microphone so they can talk about the ideas and issues that move them. Talking Moves is a Greenwich Dance production. Presented by Melanie Precious. Production by Carmel Smith, Lucy White and Melanie Precious. Talking Moves is supported by Arts Council England.
 
The Venue Podcast is a bi-weekly show airing new episodes every Monday and Wednesday. The podcast is for future, current and experienced wedding & event venue owners who want to up their game in the industry. TVP is co-hosted by Kinsey Roberts and Lindsay Lucas. Connect with us on Instagram: @thevenuepodcast
 
Have you ever been on a wicked night out in London and thought to yourself: who the hell came up with this? Are you lost in a huge city and somehow always behind on what’s going on? Maybe you’re searching for new friends and unique experiences. Or are you a young wannabe entrepreneur on the lookout for inspiration and motivation? The founders of London centric events company Shout About London bring you a weekly Podcast introducing you to ‘the people to see, in the places to be, in this grea ...
 
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This week MG is saving a seat for her guest, Kristine Plourde Golden, CMP, HMCC, PCA. She’s an award-winning event and meeting manager, and marketing specialist with over 15-years of progressive experience. Having known each other for the past two decades, MG and Kristine have connected through their time at Drexel as undergrads, reconnecting throu…
 
In the long-awaited conclusion of Boston Venue: The Channel Story, the club is going to be auctioned off in bankruptcy–again. Just like everything else in this sordid tale, nothing adds up, the mob is always lurking, and the end of the club–and a life–is imminent. This is the second part of the tenth and final episode of Boston Venue: The Channel S…
 
We hit the road and hang out with Phil Bubnis, at his card shop, Venue Sports Cards & Collectibles. Phil tells us about how he pursued dream and opened a sports card and memorabilia business. He also tells us about the perks & struggles of being a entrepreneur, and operating a brick and mortar store. We had a great time, and would like to thank Phi…
 
After a record-breaking year in 2019, with more than 600,000 attendees, Brighton Fringe had to cancel its 2020 festival at fairly short notice due to the first lockdown of the coronavirus pandemic in England. However, the Fringe is back for 2021, slightly later in the year than usual, with a hybrid live and online programme of events. BTG Editor Da…
 
Erica Ehm is a good friend of the podcast. She was kind enough to sit down with hosts Gregg Tilston and Karim Kanji a few months ago to help us think about our podcast differently. Out of that brainstorming session came a segment called, Lost Venues.Lost Venues is a celebration of music venues from our past that no longer exist.Sometimes Gregg and …
 
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Live Nation's announcement that it is kitting out more than 60 US music venues with equipment to offer any artist performing in them the option to also broadcast their shows online, and Ofcom's decision not to take action over a Capital X…
 
When a plane carrying 11-year-old Norman Ollestad, his father and his father’s girlfriend got caught in a snowstorm and crashed into the remote California mountains in 1979, Norman was the only survivor. In a harrowing tale of survival, Norman describes how, stranded on the edge of a cliff, he relied on the skills his father had taught him througho…
 
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Welcome to Roadcase, a podcast exploring the live music experience!! The stoke is high at Roadcase as Bo Koster of My Morning Jacket talks to Josh for this last episode of Season 1. Bo's been the Jacket keyboardist since 2004 and during that time has played an integral and crucial part of the band's energy, power and success which has kept My Morni…
 
Little-known fact: in Chicago, you don’t need to be an elected official to propose legislation to City Council. But does this process really work? Has anyone ever done it? WBEZ city politics reporter Claudia Morell investigates. Along the way she speaks to a former governor and a cab driver who have tested it out for themselves.…
 
This week, Mick Labrum is telling us about how leaseholders can buy the freehold of their property. Specifically, this is a process called legal enfranchisement. You can find out more about Mick and his firm Labrums Solicitors. Laura and Matt are bringing us more local news stories. You can find more on these and other stories on the Herts Ad webpa…
 
Cass Collier grew up surfing with his dad in apartheid South Africa, where signs designated the beaches as "whites-only", "blacks-only", or "coloureds-only" areas. The rules were enforced, often brutally, not only by the police but also by white surfers who would tell the Collier family to "go to your own beach" if they tried to surf in areas reser…
 
Adam Pantozzi is a renowned sports and entertainment photographer whose portfolio ranges from the Grammys to the Los Angeles Lakers and includes high profile concerts from MSG to the Staples Center. In this episode Adam reflects on photographing celebs, the challenges of concert photography, his process for shooting an NBA game, the evolving impact…
 
Today’s episode takes us to Music City where Dave & Paul chat with Claire Francis, the Sr. Marketing Director for Bridgestone Arena and the Nashville Predators. Claire talks about the journey of increasing capacity within the building, the protocols in place, and what went into creating their Smashville SAFE plan. Having a strong relationship with …
 
Welcome to Roadcase, a podcast exploring the live music experience!! As we head into the last week of Season 1, jump aboard for this fun conversation with Ken Grand-Pierre. Ken loves the stories behind the creative process and as the host of The New Exchange Podcast, he explores what those stories mean as well as the personal connection artists hav…
 
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