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BlogTalkRadio Recent Show Highlights

Olivia Wilder welcomes the Founders of three of the most popular and influential lifestyle sites on the web today.  Tune in to hear interviews with Nikki Joel of Lifestyle Lemonaid, Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan of Apartment Therapy and Jeff Siegel of Wine Curmudgeon. Tune in here.

BlakeRadio Network welcomes actress/comedienne Kim Coles to the show. Kim will be co-hosting Are You Normal, America? with Barry Poznick, a new show on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). Tune in here.

Bestselling author Edward Klein, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former Editor-in-Chief of the New York Times Magazine, pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history in his new book, The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House. Tune in here.

Garrett Johnson, Co-Founder of SendHub.com, which recently secured $2 million venture capital investment from Y Combinator shares lessons on perfecting the VC pitch. Tune in here.

Smart Companies Radio interviews Ken Segall, the marketing genius who put the “i” in iMac, iTunes, and other Apple products. He has worked with some of the world’s largest corporations, including BMW, IBM, and Intel. Tune in here.

American Vernacular welcomes Ken Tanabe, founder of Loving Day joins to talk about the landmark 1967 US Supreme Court case that legalized interracial marriage in all 50 states. He’ll also discuss the Loving Day celebrations around the nation. Tune in here.

On the The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, tune in to rock-radio pioneer and music manager David Spero & Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield and Dickie Betts of The Allman Brothers Band. Tune in here.

Broadway fans don’t miss this! Candi & Randy chat with 2012 Tony Award nominees Judith Light (Other Desert Cities), Norm Lewis (Porgy & Bess), Kathleen Marshall (Nice Work If You Can Get It), Chris Gattelli (Newsies) & Wayne Barker (Peter and the Starcatcher). Tune in here.

Join Chris Mascaro and Angelo Cane as they welcome former Super Bowl winners Rodney Hampton of the Giants, Tony Wragge of the Packers and Roy Jefferson of the Redskins to Thursday Night Tailgate. Tune in here.

Tune into to a candid discussion with Guy Kawasaki on how entrepreneurs can best drive innovation. Also will be discussing publishing strategies to keep in mind when writing a new book. Tune in here.

Gossip Girl star Chace Crawford graces the big screen in Peace Love and Misunderstanding. Chace joins host Robin Milling to discuss his role as an organic butcher in idyllic Woodstock. He tells Robin what it was like being on set with movie legend Jane Fonda. Tune in here.

8 Places to Find Resources for Podcasters


The web is a goldmine of information. You can find just information on any topic, and most of it is quite useful. Take podcasting. Though BlogTalkRadio provides so many tools to make your online radio experience simple and user friendly, there’s still so much more to learn. That’s why it’s a good idea to check out the podcasting resources available to learn tips for promotion, topics, equipment and more. To help you out a little, I’ve compiled a list of places to find podcasting resources. Check it out:

  1. Podcasting News offers the most up to date information on everything podcasting. News, tips and even a regular listing of podcasting jobs, this is one for your Google Reader.
  2. Podcasting Tools is a website offering a wide assortment of information for podcasters including definitions, links to podcasting wikis, podcasting tutorials, history and more.
  3. The San Diego College of Education has a thorough list of resources for educational podcasting including production tips, content tips and links to other educational podcasts.
  4. Podagogy – “Where podcasting meets teaching and learning” – offers a great list of definitions, hints and links to how-to’s.
  5. Apple & iTunes feature some terrific tips for podcasters.
  6. In July 2007, Mashable posted a massive list of podcasting resources. Most of those are still relevant today.
  7. The Kenton County School District also has a worthy list of resources for podcasters.
  8. Feed For All has an interesting list of tools for podcasters.

Do you have any favorite resources you’d like to share with the BlogTalkRAdio community?