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Y Combinator Podcast

Y Combinators new podcast on starting a startup

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Y Combinator’s free online course for startups

Startup School 2018 - from Y Combinator is a free online course for startups.

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TechCrunch
Y Combinator wants to lure more companies into the funnel for its accelerator while democratizing free access to startup knowledge. It's simultaneously moving up and down market to conquer the acceleration space, with both its recent Series A program for more mature startups, and $1 million i...
Y Combinator
We're hosting Startup School again this year. Startup School is a free, 10-week, online course. It's designed for any startup founder who would like to get help through the earliest, most difficult challenges of starting a company. The course will begin on August 27, 2018 and applications are now op
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All the tools you need to build & grow your podcast 🎙️

🎧 Transistor.fm hosting, analytics, and distribution for folks who are using podcasts to build their brand and grow their audience.

👉 This includes big companies, like Cards Against Humanity and Kickstarter, smaller companies, like Joe Workman’s Weaver’s Space, networks like Goodstuff.fm, and individual brands, like Productivityist.

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August 2, 2018 Stitcher is looking for applicants for their Breakthrough Fellowship program. It's a paid position lasting four months in New York or Los Angeles. Matt Cundill posted a good set of notes from Podcast Movement 2018. For readers of a nervous disposition, please ignore the photograph of your Editor.
Indie Hackers
Podcasting is the best way to earn your audience's trust. But there are still lots of technical hurdles to starting a show. We want to help people share...
Build Your SaaS
37signals started an indie SaaS revolution when they launched Basecamp and Ruby on Rails. Since 2004, thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and product people have tried to capture some of that success by launching their own web apps. But what does it take to launch a Software as a Service business in 2018?
Hacker Noon
Justin Jackson does a lot of things. He is a founder, author, blogger, podcaster, dad, community builder, and is now working on Transistor.fm. Davis Baer : What's your background, and what are you working on? Justin Jackson : Professionally, I've been working with SaaS companies since 2008.
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A podcast about what goes in to building a company

Startup Gym is a show about the hard work, coaches, and community that go in to building a company. Our startup gym is Science Inc., an incubator and venture studio in Los Angeles, CA. On any given day, people meet, challenge each other, and work on making their dreams a reality. Join us as we capture some of those conversations.

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Medium
We've been working hard here at Science to put together a great podcast that captures some of the conversations that happen as a result of building companies in an open environment. The name Startup Gym comes from the fact that, on any given day here at the office, people meet, challenge each other, and put in the hard work necessary to make their dreams a r… See more
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New podcast to help you succeed by putting people first.

'The Humans Strike Back' by Hotjar is a weekly podcast designed to help you succeed by putting people first.

Each week, learn the stories of other humans who are making a difference & thriving by putting their users, customers, team members first – so you can learn from them, take action and grow.

Available wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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Hotjar
Hotjar is launching 'The Humans Strike Back' as a podcast, and a website, and a community about helping each other succeed as individuals, as employees, and as business owners by putting people first. Here is why it's time to put people first - in tech, in marketing, in everything.
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A new podcast taking you inside the world of venture capital

Venture Stories is the spiritual successor to, Maker Stories, the Product Hunt podcast hosted by Erik Torenberg and Ryan Hoover, but with a twist: Maker Stories was one-on-one interviews with people about their careers and lives; Venture Stories is more about going deep into areas of expertise—either functional or sector specific.

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I'm excited to finally introduce the podcast I've been planning for the last year: Venture Stories by Village Global In some ways this is the spiritual sequel to my last podcast, Maker Stories by...
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Founder Coffee is a bi-weekly podcast that explores what makes founders tick.

Hosted by Salesflare co-founder Jeroen Corthout, Founder Coffee allows listeners to gain more insight into how founders from Intercom, Mailshake, Showpad, Predictable Revenue and more think about entrepreneurship, life and how they find balance between the two.

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Jeroen: Hey Aaron, it's great to have you on Founder Coffee! Aaron: Yeah, I just wish there was some actual coffee as well! Jeroen: Well, I do have have some coffee right next to me for our chat. What about you? Aaron: Going a little slow on that, but I'm going to get it right after!
Salesflare Blog
Meet the daredevil behind Mailshake, Pick, ContentMarketer, Narrow, Linktexting, Quuu, Voila Norbert, Ramp Ventures, and Web Profits. Sujan a serial, but even more so a parallel entrepreneur who likes to keep pushing his own limits to the extreme. He knows all about building startups and is a great guy to have a coffee with.
Salesflare Blog
Loving Intercom? Join in for a chat with Des Traynor, who's built out the product and marketing at this unicorn messaging company. Des and I talk about how to build great products, his plans with Intercom, personal passions, and what he'd change if he did it all over again.
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The first and only Podcast Magazine

Wilson is a podcast magazine. Once a week, we’ll send you a curated playlist of culturally relevant and thematically significant episodes packaged into a perfect issue. You don’t need to register, there is no onboarding, and we don’t use algorithms that syphon you into your own personal content hell.

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Podcasts as simple as radio.

Subcast is a platform for smart radio stations that stream on Alexa, iPhone, and Android. The Subcast Stations are curated by podcast fans, so they stream the best stuff on topics like "Learn Something", "Business Builders", "Science", and more. We also pay attention to what you like and don't like, so it gets better the more you listen.

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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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Exploring the way today's technology influences culture

Function is the new podcast from Vox Media + Glitch about how technology is shaping culture & communications.

Host and Glitch CEO, Anil Dash, sits down with the developers behind some of the world’s best-known apps, games and services, and also talks with users, critics and culture experts to unpack the effects of these features.

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We explore the concept of commodifying culture through video games. We talk with Ty Robinson, a former game animator for Konami's Dance Dance Revolution, and Brooklyn rapper 2 Milly, an artist at the center of the controversy surrounding Epic Games' and their use of his dance, the Milly Rock.
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A book on scaling a startup into a global brand by Elad Gil

Tech executive/angel investor Elad Gil has worked w/ high growth tech companies like Airbnb, Twitter, Google, Instacart, Stripe, and Square as they've grown from small companies into global brands. A set of common patterns has evolved into a repeatable playbook that Gil has codified in High Growth Handbook. Published and designed by Stripe Press.

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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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The official podcast of Backstage Capital

Welcome to the wild world of The Bootstrapped VC! The official podcast of Backstage Capital, a venture capital fund that invests in exceptional women, people of color, and LGBT tech founders.

Created & hosted by @arlanwashere, and produced & co-hosted by @bryanlanders, the show covers a broader range of topics than you'd expect from a VC podcast.

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Tech news aggregation, now in a podcast

Techmeme Ride Home Podcast is a daily news podcast posting every day around 5pm eastern time. In 15-20 minutes, summing up the news you missed today in the world of Tech.

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The favorite website of many a techie is jumping on the podcasting bandwagon. Techmeme, the go-to website for the day's aggregated technology news, has announced a new daily audio program for its most diehard readers. For the uninitiated, Techmeme launched in 2005 and has become a go-to source for top industry news.
Recode
Techmeme is an influential site that provides concise, headline-length summaries of the day's tech news. What would that sound like as a podcast? We are going to find out. Techmeme is launching The Techmeme Ride Home, a daily show that will drop every afternoon. When you're riding home.
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All of your podcast's rankings and reviews in one place.

Everyone has a podcast these days but tracking your show's chart rankings, reviews and more requires a lot of manual work.

Podkite makes it easy to track everything you care about across Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher. You'll get an email report every week.

Get discovered, grow your audience and stay on top of feedback.

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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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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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