Question: Should I Start A Podcasting Show Again – Feedback

I got an email from @yellowstoneshel that reminded me of all the people who have been asking me to get back into doing a regular podcast. I’m kind of burnt out from some of the Podtech things that went on, but I’m thinking about it. The question is what will sponsorship look like.

So the Poll is Should I Start Another Podcasting Show

Second question: Who Should Sponsor It?

Author: John

Entrepreneur living in Palo Alto California and the Founder of SiliconANGLE Media

1 thought on “Question: Should I Start A Podcasting Show Again – Feedback”

  1. [Disclaimer: This is unsolicited support for John Furrier; And we in Wyoming tell the truth and speak straight from the heart… no b.s. here…]
    John, from out here on the frontier of Wyoming, we operate Yellowstone International. YellowstonePark.com has twice won the webby. We are an independent company, small with limited resources. I listened to many of your podcasts in 2005 from the Oregon Buttes on South Pass, above Lander. South Pass is where 400,000 emigrants traveled over the Continental Divide as they settled the West and/or sought to fulfill their gold fever.
    Imagine a small business owner like myself, camped out on South Pass, in a state that has 500,000 people (5 people/square mile) suddenly being privy to conversations with visionaries like yourself, Chris Anderson, Adam Curry and so many others. I truly credit those podcasts I was able to listen to as the vehicles that provided much of our vision and eventual success on the internet. Our site is, and business, is not tax subsidized. It’s not a state tourism division or CVB with a sizeable budget. Still we’re able to do cutting edge work. At the time we listened to your early podcasts, our small team of 3 (myself, Ryan Johnson and Florian Herrmann), met one day in our small office in Lander, WY, and said, “let’s do 50 podcasts for our region.” During the next 4 months we traveled our Rocky Mountain-Greater Yellowstone region and produced 50 podcasts. From there, we added consumer-generated “Trip Notes”, videos, and went on to sweep the tourism website category of the Webby Awards in 2007. I will always be grateful to your podcasts, and would be your #1 fan. Your ability to question and interview is unmatched… and as a result, your questions and style brought a lot of additional great insights to each of your podcasts.

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