International Podcast Day™ is September 30th and is an international celebration of the power of podcasts as well as great opportunity to connect with fellow podcasters, podcast listeners, podcast enthusiasts, and leaders in the podcasting industry. Help spread the word by telling your friends, sharing the celebration on your podcasts and social media feeds, and using #InternationalPodcastDay. There are several ways to get involved and plenty to benefit from by taking part in International Podcast Day. We at Haltech are thrilled to recommend some tech-related podcasts to get your creative and innovative juices flowing. See our suggestions below!
ZoneCast is a Canadian podcast interview series that features entrepreneurs, professionals, and academics. See local news and innovation as it emerges in the GTA and Halton region.
A weekly show full of BIG ideas, small words and short sentences, featuring people who have changed the world by making complicated things simple. From artists to astronauts, scientists to storytellers, preachers, and poets, Ten Words looks at some of the world’s most quotable people to discover what their words really meant. Part biography, part storytelling masterclass, Ten Words is a fun and fast-paced podcast for anyone interested in the power of words or improving their own communication skills.
Ideas worth spreading with infamous TED talks. See a variety of their podcast options such as: TED Interview; WorkLife with Adam Grant: A TED original podcast; TED en Español; Sincerely, X; TED Radio Hour; and their staple Ted Talks Daily
Tech Talker demystifies technology and cutting edge devices so that even the most tech-illiterate can understand what’s going on with their computer or smartphone – and what to do when something goes wrong.
Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly” is a podcast about the economy, technology, and culture. Hosts Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood will use their expertise to connect the dots on the topics they know best, and get help from listeners and experts about the ones they want to know better