For the tenth Great Canadian Day of Podcasting I dug into the vaults to publish a montage of short segments and promos from the early days of CPB and PAB.
Bruce Murray is just as legendary for his engaging storytelling as he is for masochistic approach to audio editing, known as Zedcast-ian editing.
Early Canadian podcaster, musician, and PodCamp organizer, Jay Moonah, talks podsafe music then and now. And… introducing the Canadian Podcast database.
This episode features two Londoners, one of whom texted me after last week’s episode to tell me he’s fired up by the return of the Podcast Lounge.
PCTO2019, the Canadian Podcast Awards, Lindsey Michael, Bob Goyetche, Anthony Marco, Anthony De Francesca and Brittany, and Jacob McCourt and Jessica, all combined to inspire the return of the Podcast Lounge.
Bruce acts as the Mayor of Pictou and educates Mark, an Upper Canadian, on the fine art of lobster eating during the first week of lobster season.
Charlottetown, PEI is the birthplace of both Canadian Confederation and Canada’s first ever podcast, Live from the Formosa Tea House.
Bruce and Mark sit down for dinner around 8:30pmAT and chat about noise floors, Mark’s Forrest Gump life, lobsters, aerial maps from the 1870s, and obsolete technologies. For the record, we ate salads.
It is now day three of their working road trip, and our protagonist hosts find themselves in Charlottetown, PEI — the birthplace of confederation.
Mark and Bruce reconnect at the Lounge only to discover it’s bigger, has more TVs and an expanded menu that includes potato spring rolls.