It’s time for our weekly round up of everything happening at the Motionblur Media podcast network. It’s been a hot and busy week, so let’s get to it!
Our newest show, Sounds Legit, is already up to its third episode and has quickly attracted an audience hungry for some new insights into the world of technology. Thank you to everyone who has checked out the show! This week’s episode, The Non-Creepy Good Browser, found Martin Kuplens-Ewart and myself discussing the announcement of the Firefox OS and phone initiative, issues with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, the launch of Google Now and Google’s ongoing privacy missteps.
Step Ahead, our podcast about running hosted by Carol Levesque and Alex Flint, featured the story of Lanni Marchant not being allowed to run for Canada’s Olympic team and the van used by Terry Fox for his inspirational Marathon of Hope. Check out the episode, Terry Fox's Van of Hope, over on the Step Ahead show page.
Rounding out the week was the latest episode of Picture This, our photography podcast. The episode, Challenge Accepted, welcomed photographer Alex Boone of Ottawa as a guest alongside regular hosts Ren Bostelaar and myself. Alex was our second in-studio guest, following in the footsteps of Marc Lefreniere. We discussed how peer pressure affects the art of photography and we featured photographer Joel Zimmer. We also highlighted a hilarious clip from the show Veep of press photographers trying to one up each other with their Canon 1D and 5D cameras.
The network’s schedule has now stabilized, with our three shows fitting into a regular release schedule. Listeners can expect this schedule:
- Step Ahead on Monday
- Sounds Legit on Thursday
- Picture This on Friday
We’re aiming to expand to a show for each day of the week by the end of the summer. Busy times are ahead for the network!
P.S. Don't forget to subscribe to Picture This, Sounds Legit and Step Ahead in iTunes!