053 Rob Greenlee | This Podcast Ambassador Continues To Spread The Gospel of Podcasting


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Robert Greenlee is a veteran in the podcasting industry. He started his WebTalk World Radio Show in 1999 and has been working in the podcasting field since. I talk to Rob about why he started his first podcast, his aquaponics hobby, and so much more on this week's episode of Podcast Junkies.

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What We Covered:

  • 05:50 – Robert talks on how he got started in podcasting.
  • 07:20 – WebTalk World Radio Show was started in 1999
  • 09:00 – What's the different between the web and the internet?
  • 10:50 – Robert interviewed some of the cast from the X-files on his show.
  • 13:30 – What's the definition of the dark web?
  • 14:10 – Why did Robert create his radio show?
  • 17:40 – What's the hardest part of running a restaurant?
  • 19:45 – In 2004, Robert converted his radio show to a podcast.
  • 21:45 – Robert talks about his job history.
  • 28:00 – What was it like working for Zune?
  • 37:40 – The same team that worked on Zune is now working on Windows desktop.
  • 39:00 – Apple approached Robert asking him for advice.
  • 45:55 – How's cialis online prescription order Robert's aquaponics system coming along?
  • 52:35 – Don't be afraid to try podcasting.
  • 58:15 – What's the global reach of podcasting?
  • 01:04 – Robert would like to focus on the local podcasting industry for the next episode.
  • 01:08 – What kind of podcast trends has Robert seen at PodcastOne?
  • 01:12 – Robert talks about his relationship wth Spreaker and PodcastOne
  • 01:19 – What kind of opportunities do podcasters have in the next 6-12 months?
  • 01:25 – Follow Robert at the Spreaker Live Show on Wednesday 3pm Pacific.

Show Links

Podfly Podcast Junkies
WebTalk World Radio Show 
My Digital Life
Zune Insider Podcast
New Media Show
The Last Drop of Oil documentary
Spreaker Live Show
Rob Greenlee Website

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