We’re delighted to unveil our brand new (and first ever!) podcast “Are We Rolling?”
“Are We Rolling?” is a podcast that explores the realities of running a successful small business in the creative industry, the impact of technology on the creative process, and how the tools and techniques used to create industry leading corporate videos will influence the future of video production… and the world!
The podcast is hosted by our Managing Director, Rowan Johnson, and is comprised of a mixture of monologues and interviews that explore various topics related to the world of corporate video production. We’re still finding our feet with it a little bit, but we’re really excited to be exploring this exciting and growing media format.
Embedded below is our first episode titled “Pilot” in homage to the pilot of a TV show. In this episode Rowan discusses the potential of podcasting and where we see this style of content fitting in the world of business.
Over the course of this week (our launch week) we’ll be releasing one new episode of “Are We Rolling?” per day. These are episodes that we’ve been working on since the beginning of this year. We’re really excited to finally share them with everyone.
Don’t miss out on this great content – subscribe now using Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts from (See our show page for more options). We’ll also be posting new episodes here to our website, in the Resources section.
You can leave a comment below with your thoughts. We’d also love to hear from you about what you’d like to hear about as well. Are there any topics that you’d like to know more about? Are there any guests who you’d like us to interview?
Don’t forget to leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify if you enjoyed the show.
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