JMB Podcast Enters The Modern World – Request For Interview Suggestions

It’s 2018 and we’re finally retiring our old rotary phone.

Our recent podcast (episode 30 featuring Sam Larson) was a turning point for our podcast. Prior to recording it, all of our podcasts had been recorded in person. As such geography was a huge factor in when we could record. For episode 30 we entered the digital age and did it remotely. This changes things for us, in that we’re now able to interview people from all over the world as long as they have a webcam, or even just a phone for audio-only recordings.

So with that on the table, we’re open to suggestions regarding who would be interesting to speak with for future episodes. Leave a comment or get in touch with us.

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