Browse through a collection of shows that includes 400+ episodes and conversations.
Shows for Coaches, Consultants, Solopreneurs, and Artists
Below you find the list of shows that I have been producing since 2014 – including interviews with New York Times best-selling authors, Grammy Award-winning artists, and top entrepreneurs
The Podcaster Lab
A show dedicated to the world of podcasting. Strategies, resources and exclusive behind-the-scenes looks at experiments on topics like audience-building, podcast marketing and email list growth – so that you know exactly what works and what doesn’t.
Ideal for: marketers and entrepreneurs interested in starting a podcast, podcasters who already host a show
Featured guest experts: John Lee Dumas, Natalie Sisson, Jordan Harbinger, Geoff Siskind, Kate Erickson, Dave Jackson
The podcast of BEPSII – Biogeochemical Exchange Processes At Sea Ice Interfaces, an international network of scientists.
Ideal for: sea ice and biogeochemistry students and researchers
Featured guest experts: Letizia Tedesco (SYKE – Finnish Environment Institute), Bruno DeLille (University of Liège), Odille Crabeck (University of Liège), C. J. Mundy (University of Manitoba), Daiki Nomura (Hokkaido University)
Communication Rights in the Digital Age Interview Series
The podcast of the Communications Rights in the Digital Age Conference (by Helsinki Media Policy Research Group, the University of Helsinki, the ECREA Communication Law and Policy Section and the Euromedia Research Group)
Ideal for: communication and technology students, scholars and enthusiasts
Featured guest experts: Phil Napoli (Duke University), Victor Pickard (University of Pennsylvania), Hannu Nieminen (University of Helsinki), Karen Donders (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Amit Schejter (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Media Platformisation & Small Nations Interview Series
The interview series for the Media Platformisation & Small Nations Conference (by the European Media and Platform Policy, Communication Rights in the Age of Digital Disruption – CORDI)
Ideal for: academics, activists, policy-makers, researchers, students
Featured Guest Experts: Steven Livingston (George Washington University), Terry Flew (University of Sydney), Natali Helberger (University of Amsterdam), Marko Milosavljevic (University of Ljubljana), Anja Bechmann (Aarhus University)
An audio series related to the book Epistemic Rights in the Era of Digital Disruption.
Ideal for: academics, researchers, activists, and students
Featured guest experts: Alessandro D’Arma (University of Westminster), Minna Aslama Horowitz (University of Helsinki), Juha Hermann (University of Helsinki), Katja Lehtisaari (Tampere University), Mervi Pantti (University of Helsinki), Hannu Nieminen (University of Helsinki), Lani Watson (Oxford University)