Farm Like an Art Form with Valerie Dantoin Podcast Transcript

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[00:00:03] Lee: It’s “The Future of Food.” I’m Lee Schneider. Valerie Dantoin is a farmer, educator, and environmentalist. Valerie and her husband, Rick, own and operate a 100 cow organic grazing farm that has been in the Adamski family for more than 100 years. Since 2009, she has helped create and teach more than 25 different courses in the Sustainable Food and Ag Systems associate degree program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She is a co-executive producer of the documentary film, “Searching for Sustainability.” Valerie, welcome to the podcast.

[00:00:39] Valerie: Thanks, Lee. It’s good to be here.

[00:00:41] Lee: First, let’s start at the beginning. What have been your most popular courses?

[00:00:45] Valerie: Well, the popular ones are some of the short hitters. I teach a beekeeping course, I teach in herbs and health course, I teach cheese making and fermentation. And a really great course is an online soils course that I have that’s just particular to people who really wanna understand farm practices, gardening practices, and just …

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How to Save a Billion Dollars in Food Podcast Transcript – Future of Food

How to Save a Billion Dollars Recovering Food – The Future of Food Podcast

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Lee: It’s the “Future of Food,” I’m Lee Schneider. Who would have thought that early one morning at the wholesale produce market in L.A., I would have walked right into a performance of opera?

[Luis singing]

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Luis: Everyone knows I sing opera here.

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NARRATION:Luis Yepiz has a talent for music. He’s been in punk bands and has the vocal chops to be an opera performer. But he also has a talent for something else, connecting with people and building communities. He is the wholesale food recovery manager for an organization called Food Forward. He starts early in the morning because that’s when the wholesalers arrive.

[market sounds]

Lee: Now, it’s 4:30 in the morning on the dot. It’s a lot of activity.

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Luis:Yes, the wholesalers usually start their operation anywhere between midnight and one in the morning.

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NARRATIONHe discovered this work when he was volunteering at a food bank. One …

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How to Save Billions of Dollars Worth of Food – Future of Food Podcast

Americans waste more than $200 billions dollars of food a year. That’s about $1600 per family. But there are people who are trying to help. We meet two of them in this podcast. Luis Yepiz recovers and distributes food rescued from the LA Wholesale Market. Eva Goulbourne is a food sustainability expert who can put the numbers in perspective and give us some real-world suggestions about how to help.

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Podcasting Best Practices

Written by Maria Harutyunyan

According to recent statistics, 112 million Americans have listened to a podcast in 2017. From a marketer’s point of view, this is a huge number of people doing a certain activity.

Reading takes effort. A video tutorial still requires time and commitment. But audio doesn’t. You can listen to an audiobook or podcasts while walking a dog, waiting in lines or running errands. Those are things that we do on a daily basis and as a matter of fact, most of our time is spent on them. So, the point is that through podcasts you can reach your target market not only when they have time to scroll through Facebook but also during their spare time.

Let’s look at some tips and tricks that will help you create a podcast that will bring you clients.

Add Text to Your Podcast

“Wait a second, didn’t you just say that people are too idle to read.” I am not taking my words back, they are but search engines are not. Don’t forget your SEO strategy, accompany podcasts …

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Could the Netflix Subscription Model Be The Next Big Thing in Podcasting?

Written by Amanda Smith

If you’re a performing artist or producer in Hollywood, it’s difficult to miss the banner Netflix has planted in Tinseltown. The organization’s new 14-story tower can be seen from miles away in Los Angeles, topped by the Netflix logo.

Inside, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is enrolling some of TV’s best producers and directors. Since Netflix Inc. streamed its first unique series “Lilyhammer” in 2012, the organization has become a standout amongst the most profitable TV networks by purchasing shows from others.

Presently, with a $16 billion spending plan, Netflix means to end up on top as the world’s biggest creator of amusement, creating programs simply like current top-notch VOD platforms including CBS Corp.

Recently, Netflix has signed Shonda Rhimes, maker of ABC’s VOD content such as Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, to a long term deal; employed an official to create unique children shows; and purchased a graphic novel distributor. Netflix Studios is delivering around 75 percent of the organization’s new ventures, as per Sarandos, the key structure of a lineup this year …

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Bill Fitzgerald of Common Sense Media on EdTech NOW Transcript

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Lee: This is “EdTech NOW,” a short podcast about educational technology and how it’s used in the classroom. “EdTech NOW” is made possible by Stackup, a Chrome browser extension that makes reading fun and easy using the entire web and delivers reading progress and online usage metrics to administrators. Now, here’s our host, Noah Geisel, Education Director at Stackup.

Noah: Hi, Lee. Great to be here with you today, and our guest today is Bill Fitzgerald, who’s director of the Privacy Evaluation Initiative at Common Sense Media. Bill evaluates the privacy practices of vendors building educational technology and was also a classroom teacher for 16 years. Bill, welcome to the podcast.

Bill: Hey, great to be here, Noah. Thank you for having me.

Noah: Bill, Common Sense Media has been around about as long as what we think of today as educational technology. And so I’m curious from the Common Sense lens, how has EdTech become more and more pervasive in our learning? And how has Common …

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Alex Corbitt on EdTech NOW Season 2

On today’s episode, Lee Schneider interviews Alex Corbitt about finding good books to assign for reading, how to recognize and reject fake news, and innovative ways that educations can use programs like Garage Band to spark enthusiasm about reading.

Alex is a seventh-grade English teacher at MS331 in the Bronx, NYC who last year was named to the International Literacy Associations “30 Under 30” List.

EdTech NOW is sponsored by Stackup, a Chrome browser extension that tracks reading online for teachers and students and delivers metrics to administrators. The podcast is hosted by Noah Geisel. Lee Schneider hosts this episode.

Listen right here on our site, or go to SoundCloud or iTunes. Visit Stackup for more info on tracking student reading online.

Key Takeaways:

“I’ve really switched my focus to not just getting books in the classroom but getting books that “A” my kids want to read  and “B” the books that are culturally relevant to my students experience” Alex at 1:19 “What you learn needs to reflect your experience” Alex …

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Nicholas Cole Mather on the Brandboom Podcasts – Show Transcript

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Amy Zhou: Welcome to the Brandboom Podcast where we discuss trends and share tips and stories from the savviest retail brands. My guest today as Nicolas Cole Mather. So he goes by the name of Cole. I’m just gonna keep calling him Cole for the rest of the podcast. He’s an expert on branding and marketing to, specifically, Generation Z. And he’s an amazing, prolific writer with more than 200 columns for Inc. Magazine alone. Cole, I’m super excited to have you here. Welcome to the podcast.

[00:00:28] Nicholas Cole Mather: Thanks for having me. I really appreciate it.

[00:00:30] Amy: So Cole, I’ve been reading a lot of your columns and your pieces and you’ve written a lot about how people feel about millennials in general, and how they’ve undoubtedly changed the perception of the workforce culture from Big Fortune 500 companies to every little startup out there. But in your point of view, before we go into Gen Z, how do you think millennials have actually changed their expectations of …

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Instagram Ad Campaign Tips with Cannabis Lifestyle Creator Erin Coffey

On Brandboom podcast host Amy Zhou discovers trends and shares tips and stories from the savviest retail brands. Today Amy’s guest is Erin Coffey, owner of The High Rise, a 420 media platform and cannabis lifestyle brand. The High Rise does original 420 videos, hats, t-shirts, hoodies, socks and more! HRTV (High Rise TV) on YouTube has popular episodes with more than 50,000 views. The brand has 111K followers on Instagram. Listen to the podcast right here, and visit http//brandboom.com for show notes, transcripts and more. You can also find the podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Tunein, Stitcher, and the Google Play store. Learn more about Brandboom. The podcast is produced by Red Cup.

Key Takeaways:

“It was kind of just like, “Hey, let’s make some videos.” Let’s throw ’em up, see if we can get some attention, some traffic,” and then, boom, it just kinda took off faster than expected.” Erin at 4:38 “I would say 90% of my marketing budget and focus is on paid Instagram advertising.” Erin at 9:05 “So we …

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