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What I’m consuming…

Podcast-wise, mostly.  Thought I would share. 🙂


Creativity’s top 5 podcast – Fantastic, short, succinct weekly digest of cool ad and media campaigns from around the world.  Great inspiring stuff, consistently.
Buzz Out Loud – been listening to for years and recently TRIED to stop.  But I felt guilty for some reason and caught back up.  Seriously, they are on episode 1021 and I think I tuned in around 250.  Yikes.
MMO Report – I lurv this podcast.  Casey Schneider is hilarious and adorkable.  Plus you learn MMO industry news and funny gamer insults.  And where else would I learn about an in-game WOW tweet app.
Sesame Street Podcast – Whatever.  I work in kids media.  It’s a short bit of one of my childhood babysitters.  I don’t watch all the time, but I do watch. 😉
X-Play’s Daily Video Podcast – Honestly I don’t watch all thetime, but I do tune in from time to time.


CH Orginals – Not sure why I subscribed to this, but the consistently amusing short comedy clips have stayed on my queue for the past month.
NPR: Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me – I love this Chicago public radio news quiz show.  Saw them live twice this year.  Yeah, I am that girl.
Slate’s Political Gabfest – another that I have been listening to for about 3 years now.  Always smart, funny and cool tidbits to keep me feeling on the smarter end of the citizen spectrum.
This American Life – Sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes funny, almost always great.  This is the stuff roadtrips are made of for me.
The Moth Podcast – found this via This American Life, as they get a bunch of their stories form them.  A NYC/LA and traveling spoken word outfit.
You Look Nice Today – Merlin Mann, Scott Simpson and Adam Lisagor have a demi-deity status with me.  Their brand of humor is my fav.  They are not the most freuent podcasters, but I love them.
Web Soup – Talk Soup format + MMO Report staff = awesome
VHI Best Week Ever – They are on hiatus until next year or something, but I still love this video podcast.

I have half become one of those “Oh, I don’t have a tv” people.  But, to my credit, it was because I thought I was leaving. Not because I think TV is bad.  I love TV.  It had a huge hand in my upbringing. 😀



Joi Podgorny has spent the better part of the past 2 decades working on the bleeding edge of the technology and entertainment industries, from content/brand development and production to leading international support, moderation, community and social teams. Most recently, Joi founded Good People Collective, a consulting agency focused on helping companies and organizations establish, assess and pivot their internal and external cultures to help maximize their potential. She and her team are currently working on an exciting new software project, combining corporate training and virtual reality.

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