Sherali Najak is the senior producer for Hockey Night in Canada.
Simu Liu is an actor, writer, producer and stuntman. But you know him best as Jung in CBC’s hit comedy series, Kim’s Convenience.
Find Simu on Twitter at @SimuLiu
Today my guest is a former Dragon on CBC’s popular Dragon’s Den, head of Prairie Merchant Corporation and part owner of the NHL’s Nashville Predators, W. Brett Wilson.
Recorded live at Girth Radio.
Today, I welcome Canadian broadcaster and author, Nora Young into the Girth Radio studios.
Nora was the founding host and producer of CBC’s award winning show, DNTO, is the founding host and co-producer of Spark and has authored a book called, The Virtual Self. She also hosts the indie podcast, The Sniffer: a podcast about trends in technology.
In today’s episode we discuss:
– Why Nora doesn’t blog anymore
– Why Nora is thankful Twitter was not around when she started hosting DNTO
– Tracking apps
– Listener question
– What technology has both changed and not changed since it was invented
– And socks!
Music by Afraaz Mulji.
I’m in the need for some new and inspiring podcasts to listen to. I’m a Blue Jays and MMA fan. I’m also an entrepreneur and a social marketer. So the podcasts reflect this.
Here is what I currently listen to:
Drunk Jays Fans – brought to you by the guys from The Score’s mosts popular blog on your Toronto Blue Jays.
ESPN UFC Podcast – from across the pond in England. This is one of the most unbaised podcasts on MMA around.
Freakonomics Radio – from the blog and book of the same name.
Humble and Fred Radio – because sometimes I need to relax and just have some unadulterated fun.
Q: The Podcast – Jian Ghomeshi is the best interview today.
The Ricky Gervais Podcast – Gervais is not actively podcasting these days. But when he does, it’s golden.
Six Pixels of Separation – Mitch Joel’s weekly conversations are very enlightening. And the monthly Media Hacks is entertaining and informative.
Spark – Nora Young helps us understand how our lives are being transformed by technology.
This American Life – Some of the best stories of people and their lives from south of the 49th.
This Week in Startups – Jason Calicanis is entertaining and his interviews and weekly news roundups are a must listen for all entrepreneurs in the tech space.
Under The Influence – Terry O’Reilly uses his unique story-telling style to bring today’s marketing and advertising trends to Canadians.
Wiretap – One of the best shows by CBC. Jonathan Goldstein’s unique brand of humour and his band of characters always brings a smile to my face every week.
What’s your favourite podcasts? And why? Please share. Thanks!
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