In this episode, we're going to have a talk with Dave Visaya of Podcast Engineers!Dave is a specialist in podcast editing, providing editing services for renowned clients around the world. Not only that, he has his own show called The Big Picture, diving into the success stories of entrepreneurs all across The Philippines.We talked about:Dave's Superhero origin storyHow he got into podcast editing and building Podcast EngineersLessons that he learned going from a frustrated musician to teaching others how to build their own businessesEnjoy!About DaveTwitterLinkedInThe Big PictureBigger PocketsPodcast EngineersMain siteLinkedInShows MentionedLeaders of LearningAsia Podcast SummitNiko BolzicoRX IzotopeAudio-Technica AT2020USB+ Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone (Affiliate link)RadiolabThe Ed Mylett ShowSchool of GreatnessThe Brendon ShowUndeniably Curious
This is an episode hijack! With the advent of my new interview show, AntiFool, I'm on a mission to deconstruct wisdom from the few to share with the many.This one is about podcasting, hence why we're here!We talked about Malaysia's podcasting space, and how to build it from two different perspectives: as a solopreneur and as a business. An interesting chat with my good friend, Kelvin Tay of Renegade Radio.For the full info to this episode, you can check out the following link:https://thatsthenorm.com/kelvin-tay/For more info on the show itself, you can check out: https://thatsthenorm.com/antifool/Enjoy!
Hey there, this is just a quick bonus episode to let you know:I'm launching the Podlovers Asia Group soon! It's going to be in Beta and I'll have groups, topics, and much more for the podcasting community.Sign up for the beta here: https://podloversasia.com/groupbeta/Cheers!
In this episode, we're sitting down to have a chat with a successful podcaster based in Thailand!Greg Jorgensen is host of the Bangkok Podcast, and is on a journey to cover everything about the lovely city of Bangkok. Since 2011(!!), he covers a TON, from history to culture, specific locations and developments in the city over time, and more. All in 250+ episodes! With ~200 patrons in his Patreon, he has a whole list of loyal listeners supporting him which is amazing to hear.We talked about:Greg's journey to Bangkok and what compelled him to start the podcastHow he built a community of 200 paying members on his PatreonHis personal insights on the Thai podcasting sceneEnjoy!Timestamps03:14 How Greg arrived to Bangkok04:48 The intricacies of Bangkok as an interesting city09:57 Why a podcast? + The Origins of Bangkok Podcast13:20 How has the podcast evolved over time with different cohosts?16:40 How do you source for content about the city of Bangkok?23:32 How Greg grew his Patreon to 200 members26:07 Experimenting with premium content, failed segments and current events29:18 What is Thailand's national flower?30:55 Greg's insights on Thai podcasting scene36:18 The costs of living in Thailand as a foreigner39:30 Bangkok Podcast listenership, being friends with listeners and meetups44:19 Building a connection with the host46:41 Greg's podcast playlist, and dream episode to make52:34 'T.I.T': This is Thailand53:47 Love, Loathe, or Live With: The Asian podcasting sceneMain LinksGreg's WebsiteGreg's TwitterBangkok PodcastPodcast WebsiteTwitterFacebook PagePatreonShows mentionedPlanet MoneyRevolutions Podcast99% InvisibleConan O'Brien Needs A FriendEmperors of RomeFutility ClosetJoe Rogan ExperienceLast Podcast on the LeftTwenty Thousand HertzWTF with Marc MaronHardcore HistoryDoug loves moviesReal Time with Bill MaherThroughlineLike the show?Check us out on Podchaser!Join the discussion on Kyrie!Here's our main website!Buy me a coffee! :)Bonus LinksWorld's Greatest City: 50 reasons why Bangkok is No. 1Full name for BangkokKrung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Phiman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit.