Communicating on Purpose: The Art of the Podcast

by Sylvia Thomas Ballinger If you like radio shows, but without all the commercials, you’re probably among the growing number of Americans who enjoy listening to podcasts. A good podcast is informative, engaging, and entertaining. The number of Americans listening to podcasts is on the rise, and data reflects a growing trend over the past … Continue reading Communicating on Purpose: The Art of the Podcast

Personal POV from the Podcasting Panel

by David A. Kosub In October, I joined a group of talented federal podcast producers in a panel discussion. Over eighty people attended in person, and a hundred online, to hear from Matt Dozier from Energy’s Direct Current, Ana-Maria Sinitean and Christopher Wurst from State’s 22.33, Tanner Iskra from VA’s Borne the Battle, and me from … Continue reading Personal POV from the Podcasting Panel

Communicators as Connectors

by David A. Kosub, Ph.D One of the greatest scenes from one of the greatest movies in cinematic history depicts Tom Smykowski vociferously defending his role connecting the software engineers with the customers. In that scene, Smykowski finds himself justifying his job to “The Bobs”, who are ostensibly tasked with identifying redundancies, office space inefficiencies, and … Continue reading Communicators as Connectors