In Episode 136 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea chats with radio DJ and podcaster Matt Medix. Matt was a successful Internet radio DJ in the United States when a Japanese terrestrial station recruited him and brought him to Japan. He has worked both as a successful radio DJ and as a member of the game development industry here in Japan. Matt has done a lot of exciting things in this country and you’re going to love his story! He is also the host of the Rest Radio Show Podcast!
Kevin also talks about the Japan Podtacular podcast meet up on December 28th and answers your “Japan Questions” in the mail bag section of the show!
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