Co-host of The Video Insiders Podcast, chief curmudgeon. Based in Toronto, Canada.
It’s been a minute since we sat down to record a podcast. Tom’s youtube channels have been going through a rough patch, and Tom is feeling “Meh” about the whole thing!  In this episode we discuss: CMS or “Content Management System”  the holy grail for YouTube channels and channel managers. Carlos managed to get himself 2 CMS’s. He shares his experience using it and what you should and shouldn’t do! The YouTube Class Action Suit in the UK regarding Kids Content. Views seem to be down across a wide spectrum channels. YouTube TikTok is launched, how will it be integrated into the app and will it feel tacked on? New YouTube Channel Layout Update.  YouTube's new Age Restriction policy's Show links!! Shaping Your Content Using Data with Gwen Miller   The Video Insiders Podcast is available on all major podcast players. Visit here and subscribe. Thanks to our friends at TubeBuddy for supporting the show. You can use the same pro tools that YouTube professionals like we do to manage multiple channels. Click here for a special offer for Video Insider listeners. Follow Tom at @channel_fuel and Carlos at @carlospache_co on Twitter. If you're a creator or media company looking for help building YouTube channels, managing content ID or need YouTube coaching, you can reach Tom at or Carlos at  Podcast Music by Planets Collide and podcast editing by Joe Pacheco
Tara met Shervonne Cherry in Baltimore in 2012. At the time, Shervonne was working as a designer and social media strategist, but today, she's the Director of Community & Partnerships at Spark, a growing Coworking organization with spaces in Baltimore and Kansas City. Shervonne gives incredible insight into how to build local community resources that support Black entrepreneurs (without tokenizing or making it some sort of quota-filling exercise). Her comments on urban design were particularly poignant. Shervonne on social media: Spark:  
This week, Tara and Stef speak to Nate Nichols. Nate is the founder of Palette Group, a commercial creative agency that focuses on community, which he runs with his life partner. He's also the co-founder and creative director of Allyship & Action, a collective that works with vendors and agencies to actively promote diversity within the industry.  For Nate, everything he’s passionate about is deeply rooted in empathy and the circumstances of his upbringing really influenced how he sees the world and his approach and the importance of what he calls decentering. This episode on empathy and decentering is essential listening if you want to be an effective leader and really bring about positive change. Nate on LinkedIn: Nate on Twitter: Nate on Instagram:
This week on the podcast, Tara and Stef sit down with Danica S. Nelson, Senior Product Marketing Communications Manager and travel enthusiast. But Danica does multiple jobs with her organization. She not only has a senior marketing role, she also works on the DEI (diversity equity and inclusion) initiatives. She balances all of these with ease...but found herself burning out last year and took an extended leave to recharge. Unfortunately, this was cut short by COVID-19. In this conversation, Stef and Tara discuss the multiple hats Black professionals need to wear as well as the importance of representation. Links: Danica on LinkedIn: Danica on Twitter:  Website:  
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Nov 19th, 1974
Toronto, ON, Canada
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3 days, 46 minutes
Podchaser Creator ID logo 739975