Oct 21, 2014
As a creative entrepreneur, should you start a podcast? Is their a correct way to be a podcast consumer? This week on The JellyVision Show Podcast, Tim and Jelly take some time to discuss the benefits of podcasting and share their podcast lessons and struggles. The discussion begins after they give shout outs to former guests & friends who have recently started their own podcasts. This list includes Tim Trueheart himself! Please take some time to check out these fresh podcasts from cool people!
Tim Trueheart's Solo Podcast!: Trueheart
Karl Boehm from Episode #63: launched The Spiral Marketing Podcast
Mab Just Mab from Episode #58: launched the Goblin Talk Podcast
Justin Mclaughlin from Episode #112: launched the EOS10 Podcast
Porkchop Volcano from Multiple Episodes: launched the SweetWhistle County Podcast
We also make a soft announcement! We are putting together the very first DC Podfest May 1-3rd 2015. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in being part of DC Podfest. The weekend will be a celebration of podcasting for existing podcasters, future podcasters and podcast fans. Stay tuned for lots of exciting news & announcements coming soon!
Oct 14, 2014
On this episode of The JellyVision Show Podcast, we welcome back music engineer and producer, Matthew Shell, CEO of MTS Music. You can hear Matthew on our 74th Episode. He returns with some of his MTS Team, including singer/songwriter Ihsan Bilal (Top 100 on itunes R&B), MTS Music manager, Terra Tuono, and his Marketing Expert, Andres Escobar. Fresh from the successful launch of the single My Baby which Matthew wrote and dedicated to his wife, the team talks to us in depth about:
*What it takes to put together a successful creative team
*Authenticity and Generosity in the music industry
*Identifying Integrity and building trust
*Determining everyone's strengths and weaknesses
*Social Media & Branding Strategy
*Networking in your industry
*Choosing to work only with highly talented, passionate, hard working people
*How to Launch your music project
*Treating the music business as a lifestyle, not a hobby
The video above features vocals by Ihsan Bilal (Teal), Honore' and D.C. Don Juan.
Oct 8, 2014
We welcome back, working comic, Danny Charnley, to The JellyVision Show this week. Danny approaches his comedy career like a business and talks to us about considering his comedy his product and how by continually focusing on the quality of his product, has built an audience. This is apparent on his Twitter Account which has 103K followers who actively respond to his hourly, comedic tweets.
We also talk about expanding your network outside your hometown, the creative process and white people condiments.
Each week we talk about subjects to help you live more creatively and make a creative living.
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Oct 1, 2014
On this week's episode of The JellyVision Show Podcast, we are obsessed with Crowdfunding as one of the most effective strategies to finance your creative project. We discuss the definition, types, platforms, strategies and perils of crowdfunding with film producer and experienced crowdfunder, Christina Herrick of Christina Herrick Productions. Christina has an active campaign on IndieGogo to fund her current project, The B League. The B League is a comedic webseries that follows three friends as they go from slackers to superheroes. The first webisode will be out this year!
Joining the conversation is Mel Gordon, a semi-celebrity super-agent who is in town for his biggest client, Chippy Wang.
The Chippy Wang Show is a live talk show that focuses on eccentric characters, multimedia and live music. It debuted at The Comedy Spot on Sept. 25th.