In Episode 14 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea interviews two Asia-based podcasters about what it takes to start and maintain a podcast. Jim Mullins, a Japan-based podcaster has a show called “Mully’s Place”, a fun conversational style show with his friend Dave and wife Tomoko. Steve Miller, a Korea-based podcaster runs the “Asia News Weekly” podcast, a current affairs and news show that covers topics throughout Asia. Find out how they started podcasting, what eqipment they use and how they work hard to make every show even better than the last.
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This is Amy from China Central Television (CCTV). CCTV is preparing for a documentary called The Internet Age. Our director very appreciates your video”Google Street View Car in Japan”. We would much like that you could license us to use some valuable footages of the vedio to perfect our documentary.
Here’s some information about the documentary:
· CCTV is the most influential media in China with more than 1 billion viewers. The Internet Age is an epic documentary with 10 episodes, each running about one hour. This is by far the largest documentary project worldwide to focus on the history and the outlook of the Internet.
· The documentary will be aired at prime time on multiple channels; lasting two seasons, and expected to cover more than 200 million viewers (the Business and Financial channel will target the rising elite business class).
· The content will be made available for online viewing permanently on CCTV’s official website, and it will also be released in English and Arabic on CCTV’s international channels. There will be followup programs and heated discussions on various most famous social media sites in China including Weibo, Wechat with lasting effect.
· CCTV has already interviewed many early Internet pioneers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, investors and academics including Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple Inc.), Steve Chen (Founder of YouTube), Mike Moritz (Sequoia Capitalist), Macon Phillips (the Director of New Media for the Presidential transition of Barack Obama) and many others. This is by far the most complete and up-to-date collection of interview footage about the Internet.
More information can be provided if necessary.
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