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A weekly podcast from Twitter about businesses 🎙️🐣

Nothing moves faster than Twitter. So it’s no surprise that the vibrant creativity there also changes at Tweet-speed. Every week there are new memes, joke formats, movements, and topics.

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The podcast where early stage startups pitch investors

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Brennon Denny
Brennon Denny- Creating Things @ DennyDevHQ 💡
Founders pitch to investors and get live feedback, similar to shark tank but for your ears.
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag- Community + Social at Product Hunt
One of the first podcasts I actually listened to.
Marc
Marc- Software Developer & Product Enthusiast
Among other ones already mentioned, I also look forward every episode of "The Pitch", another way of discovering new products and services by listening to their founders pitch their ideas to investors.
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The Next Web
If you're a fan of Shark Tank, or indeed pitch events in general, you'll already be familiar with the format. Fledgling companies or entrepreneurs take to a stage to explain their ideas to potential investors in a bid to try and score some cash.
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Y Combinators new podcast on starting a startup

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Raphaël Chabaud
Raphaël Chabaud- Growth & Product Marketer
The reference in entrepreneurship
Allen lee
Allen lee- Founder of Wormhole
How to build a successful business / become a great founder, no BS. ✊️
Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Entrepreneur
The Y Combinator Podcast is pretty recent, but it's one of my favorite ones so far. Great content and speakers, and a wide range of topics. It's pretty high level and inspirational rather than technical, but you should give it a try. :)
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A weekly podcast with those shaping the future of tech 🎙

Product Hunt Radio is a weekly podcast with the people creating and exploring the future. Tune in every week with the founders, investors, journalists, and makers shaping the future of tech and culture.

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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I've been an avid listener of podcasts since I got my first iPod. I listened to podcast while mowing my parent's yard, driving to school, and traveling to soccer tournaments. In 2014, shortly after Product Hunt started, I was inspired to start our own podcast. We named it Product Hunt Radio, which felt delightfully nostalgic.
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The podcast that puts women at the forefront 🎙️👩‍💻

Women Make Podcast puts women at the forefront; women from the startup scene, women makers in every sense. 🎙️👩‍💻

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During the Women Make 30 Day Challenge last October, I decided to work on a podcast. I'm revealing the first guest and episode today.
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A new podcast from Kickstarter talking about indie creators

This is Just the Beginning, a new podcast from Kickstarter featuring stories about how independent creators bring their ideas to life.
Meet an engineer turning air pollution into ink, a married couple who invented a device that lets you sing like a robot, an artist touring the US in a mobile tattoo shop for women and more!

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New podcast at the junction of tech, pop culture & life ✌️

Techish is a new podcast by us - Michael, founder of POCIT and Abadesi, founder of Hustle Crew - all about the intersection of tech, pop culture and life.

Each week we cover the latest:

Winners 🥇

Losers 📉

Changemakers 👨‍💻👨‍💻

And debate about how tech is affecting our lives and futures 👽

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Story-telling podcasts covering crime, history and sci-fi

Parcast is the premier storytelling podcast network focused on creating scripted, story-driven programming that is engaging, informative, and entertaining.
They were acquired by Spotify today!

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VentureBeat
Spotify is on something of a podcast acquisition binge, as the audio-streaming giant today announced its third such deal in less than two months. The latest target is Parcast, a podcast studio that focuses specifically on story-based series including fiction and non-fiction works across crime and mystery.
Engadget
Parcast has tapped into our collective fascination with true crime by churning out 18 shows that tread the fine line between fact and crackpot conspiracy theories. The New York Times described its output (including podcasts Female Criminals, Unexplained Mysteries and Unsolved Murders) as a mix of "historical fact, pop psychology and rampant speculation."
TechCrunch
Spotify, the music streaming platform with 207 million users, is making good on its commitment to invest up to $500 million into its new podcasting business - a promise it made in February after announcing the acquisitions of podcast networks Gimlet and Anchor. Today, Spotify announced that i...
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Like and Subscribe is a podcast about YouTube culture for those who haven't (or don't want to) watch hundreds of hours of YouTube. The show is hosted by Taylor Lorenz, a Tech and Culture Reporter at The Daily Beast, and Julia Alexander, Senior Culture Reporter at Polygon, and produced/edited by Ross Miller of Polygon.

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