CI 209: Favorite Podcasts
Chris and I talk a little bit about some of our favorite podcasts and what we like to listen to when we’re not up to our eyeballs working on Creative Independence. We hope you’ll check out these out if you haven’t already.
There are a million great podcasts out there and unfortunately we could list them all on this episode. If you have any suggestions for podcasts we haven’t listed here or mentioned on the show please add them to the comment section after this article. Don’t forget to leave a brief description and a link to where we can find it.
- Creative Independence: I like this show because the hosts are just plain hunky…
- The Story: Dick Gordon is a fantastic interviewer and can find an interesting story most anywhere.
- The Accidental Creative: Helping artist manage the create on demand world.
- Chris Oatley’s Art Cast: If you are an artist (especially illustrators) this podcast is for you.
- Dani Jones Illustration: (Video) Screen capture digital art.
- Gary Vaynerchuk: (Video) If this guy can’t get you fired up nobody can.
- Marketing Over Coffee: Great pod-cast all about you guessed it… marketing.
- Small Business Marketing Blog- Duct Tape Marketing: (One of Bob’s favorites) All about small business marketing.
- This American Life:– By Ira Glass you may have heard this on NPR
- JC-Hutchins: Super nice guy, fantastic writer. Check out the 7th Son trilogy. We were fortunate enough to have JC on the show (ep2-11 of Answers for Freelancers!)
- Scott Sigler: New York Times best-selling Sci-Fi- Horror novelist Scott Sigler has been podcasting without fail since 1978… er sort of. (Check our favorite, The Rookie)
- Seth Harwood: We had Seth on our show in eps 2-9 and ep 3-1 of Answers for Freelancers! It was a blast interviewing him. Real funny guy and a great writer too
- Art and Story: Specifically for those who are into cartooning and comics, but really, for anyone who marries illustration with words to tell stories.
- Escape from Illustration Island: Thomas James runs a blog with a number of freelance illustration resources, and his podcast echoes this passion thru interviews of other freelance illustrators.
- Hometown Tales: Gene and Brian explore the many tales of the world. From tales that are unique to certain towns to tales that every town seems to think is there’s alone.
- Managing the Gray: C.C. Chapman explores the world of new media marketing and PR. This is for those of us who are looking to promote ourselves using these new-fangled new media tools.
- Podcast Answer Man: Cliff Ravenscraft of the Generally Speaking Podcast Network (GSPN) shares the knowledge he’s gleamed since 2003 while producing roughly 20 hours of podcast content PER WEEK!
- Radio Adventures of Doctor Floyd: Fun for the whole family, join Dr. Floyd, his protege Dr. Grant, and their alien computer companion C.H.I.P.S. as they track the (somewhat) evil Dr. Steve and his sock-shaped assistant Fidgert thru time and space, and foiling his attempts to steal historical artifacts to sell on eBay.
- Decoder Ring Theatre: The folks at Decoder Ring Theatre spin their 1930’s radio show inspired stories in 2 main titles; superhero action in The Adventures of the Red Panda, and detective noir thrillers in Black Jack Justice. Also, every summer they release a number of unique tales in their Summer Showcase series.
- Podiobooks: A collection of podcast novels for free download.
- Philippa Ballantine: A wonderful writer, Philippa has the ability to spin a great story, and then produces a great audio drama to present it. Seriously, I could listen to her read me a technical manual. Actually, that’s not a horrible idea…