A curated episode list by Cole P. Chaser
Creation Date September 26th, 2019
Updated Date Updated September 30th, 2019
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What Changed Pelosi's Mind on Impeachment
The Journal.
After a nearly yearlong debate among Democrats, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. WSJ's Siobhan Hughes explains what led the speaker to change her mind.
Interview with Peloton’s Co-Founder
Snacks Daily
Straight from the fitness tech pioneer’s IPO, we sit down with Peloton co-founder and COO Tom Cortese to talk about how they pitched investors, what drives customer loyalty, and if the stock ticker symbol should’ve been “SWET” or “SPIN” instead of "PTON".
Football: Should We Cancel It?
Science Vs
America’s favorite pastime seems to be plagued by tragedy. Former NFL players have come forward to say they’re suffering from a serious brain disease. Others have ended their lives. So we wanted to know: how risky is playing football? Cornerback Isiah Swann, neuroscientist Dr. Kevin Bieniek, neurosurgeon Prof. Bob Cantu, and neurologist Dr. Ira Casson weigh in. Check out the full transcript here: In this episode we discuss depression and suicide. Please take care when listening to the show. National Mental Health Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357).Selected references: The preliminary criteria for diagnosing CTE agreed upon in 2016:  Kevin’s brain bank study: The 99% study: The Lancet: Neurology letter: and a response: A survey of former NFL players to see how they’re doing: Credits: This episode was produced by Rose Rimler with help from Wendy Zukerman, along with Meryl Horn and Lexi Krupp. Our senior producer is Kaitlyn Sawrey. We’re edited by Caitlin Kenney. Fact checking by Michelle Harris. Mix and sound design by Peter Leonard. Music written by Peter Leonard, Emma Munger, and Bobby Lord. Recording assistance from Dennis Maler. A big thanks to Prof. Adam Finkel, Prof. Rudy Castellani, Assistant Prof. Robert Lynall, Dr. Eckhard Mandelkow, David Chalmers, Buddy Teevens, and many more. Plus a special thanks to Jim Grau, the Zukerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson.
How IPOs work
Home fitness company Peloton is expected to go public tomorrow. It’ll be the latest in a series of high-profile tech IPOs, some of which haven’t gone so smoothly. Today, we’ll look at how companies are valued, how that process has changed and why markets haven’t quiet caught up. Plus: What a no-deal Brexit would do to Europe and what’s next for embattled e-cigarette maker Juul.
Making The Ask with Stephanie Cox
The Casted Podcast
Stephanie Cox hosts the Mobile Matters podcast, which facilitates conversations with mobile thought leaders. She is also VP of Sales and Marketing at Lumavate, a platform for digital marketers to quickly build, test, publish, and manage Progressive Web Apps. And if all that wasn’t enough, Stephanie also recently launched a second podcast called Strong Opinions. In this episode, Stephanie pays it forward by sharing her podcast knowledge on what it takes to be bold and fearless in making the ask to get great guests from big brands on your podcast and the best hack for receiving meaningful podcast reviews.  Takeaways: Connecting your brand to other big brands that people might know (4:22 – 4:39) Enlisting help to get your show off the ground (4:48- 6:05 ) Creating a dream brand list (6:34 – 7:24) Using your network and knowing when to drop your episodes (7:59- 8:52) Sliding into DMs (9:46 – 10:36) How to talk to big brands (12:06 – 13:08) Be sure to ask these 2 questions (13:33- 14:27) Go all in or don’t go at all (14: 57 – 16:22) How to get more people to listen to your show (16:43 – 17:49)  One of the great hacks for getting meaningful reviews (18:19 – 20:00) Brand awareness…Put your brand into a different conversation (22:30 – 22:53) Making yourself the expert ( 23:09 -23:50) Links:  
This Week in Startups podcast, Jason Calacanis
Inside Podcasting
In this episode, Skye interviews entrepreneur and angel investor Jason Calacanis. Jason, who is Skye's boss, also hosts two podcasts, This Week in Startups and Angel. Before this interview was recorded, Jason told Skye she could ask him anything — and she took him up on that. The pair discuss:  Jason's rollercoaster childhood; What drove him to get out of Brooklyn; The wild ups and downs of his entrepreneurial career; How he got into podcasting; Why a network TV show featuring Jason was axed; Why Skye thinks Jason is just a teensy bit Trumpian; His favorite podasts. Watch Jason practice Taekwondo as a wee young man here.  And get in touch: Host Skye Pillsbury on Twitter @skyepillsbury Guest Jason Calacanis on Twitter @Jason Subscribe to the Inside Podcasting newsletter here (it's free!) and discover's network of newsletters here.