Wiki – Tom Green is a Canadian-American comedian, actor, filmmaker, rapper and talk show host. Known for his own unique brand of shock comedy, he found mainstream prominence via his MTV show aptly titled The Tom Green Show.

Recently, Tom Green has started / re-started live broadcasting to YouTube for the most part – daily. There is something there, it’s honest and without pretentiousness. Green is a compelling story teller and genuinely cares for his audience.

He has built a studio in his home and is doing all of the production solo, including call ins, live from an old school rotary phone. He has the medium figure out.

In the final episode of 2019, Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast features the team behind Broadcast Dialogue – editor Connie Thiessen, Momentum Media Marketing digital strategy director James Wallace, and BD creative director Christian Lind – discussing some of the big broadcast and digital stories from the past year, including the rise of podcasting and esports, the increasingly crowded OTT landscape, and radio syndication.

Boiler Room started with a webcam taped to a wall, broadcasting from a warehouse in London, opening a keyhole to the city’s underground. DIY at its finest; raw, uncut, homemade.
As an independent music platform and cultural curator they remain true to that history. Connecting club culture to the wider world, on screen and irl though parties, film and video.
Since 2010, they’ve built a unique archive; featuring over 4,000 performances, by more than 5,000 artists, spanning 150 cities, enabling everyone regardless of where they live to enjoy the freedom it stands for …

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Darknet Diaries is a podcast covering true stories from the dark side of the Internet. Stories about hackers, defenders, threats, malware, botnets, breaches, and privacy. Really great content – driven by strong storytelling.

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An audio series following Rukmini Callimachi as she reports on the Islamic State and the fall of Mosul. In the war on terror, who is it that we’re really fighting? “Caliphate” follows Rukmini Callimachi, who covers terrorism for The New York Times, on her quest to understand ISIS. Beautifully produced and compelling episodic series. This is what documentary based podcasts should be striving for – go listen!