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Women Make Podcast
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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Following Dating Ring, a YC company run by 2 young women

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John Amadeo
John Amadeo- CS Major at Yale
Hearing about Justin Kan and co.'s crazy startup story from selling their first company on eBay to selling Twitch to Amazon for ~$1B was incredible!
Ish Baid
Ish Baid- I build things
I don't know another podcast that conveys how hard building a company really is than StartUp. The amazing thing about StartUp is that you get a deep insight into the founder's personal lives and what they're thinking through every step of the journey. All the episodes are flawlessly edited and the stories never cease to amaze me.
Alex Weber
Alex Weber- Marketing & Design
Very interesting (and close to heart) stories about how people start their startups, what makes them go on and how they make it work.
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Learn about venture capital, startup funding and the pitch

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Mohammed Rafy
Mohammed Rafy- All things Community
One of the best to listen if you want to learn more about investments and how other investors did it. It's one of my favourites and the way Harry have a conversation is brilliant.
Iqbal Rafi
Iqbal Rafi
Perfect for my morning commute!
Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Entrepreneur
This one is great for raising funds in particular.
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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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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 Monterey Bay Aquarium has inspired, delighted, and surprised us again and again with their Twitter feed. So we're delighted to have Patrick Webster, their Social Media Content Creator, on Character Count. We often tell clients to create a human personification of their business and use that persona to guide their "Twitter voice."
Adweek
Twitter is making its debut in the podcast arena with Tuesday's debut of Character Count. The first episode features advertising executives from Monterey Bay Aquarium discussing how it uses the social network to amplify its brand voice, and future guests will include representatives from Dropbox and Simon & Schuster.
TechCrunch
Twitter today is joining the podcasting arena. This morning, the social network is launching its first-ever podcast series with a new show focused on Twitter's advertising business, which it's calling "Character Count." The company says, for now, it's testing the water...
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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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