The Power of Podcasting

Posted in Internet Radio, OC Talk Radio, Podcasting, Uncategorized on November 9, 2017 by OC Talk Radio

Turn on, tune in and drop in on our latest discussion of THE POWER OF PODCASTING with our long time show host Charley Wright from Strategic Investor Radio as he talks with us about the power of this new long form storytelling medium.

 

Explorer Extraordinaire (in the eyes of her kids)

Posted in electric bikes on May 16, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6gkib-1229fc0

This week we talk with a young supermom who wasn’t feeling so super after suffering some severe health issues and injuries.  But she was determined to be all she could be to her kids, so she bought a Pedego Stretch that was big enough for her two kids (7 and 5) to hop on back. And off they went to be (in her words) an “explorer extraordinaire” (at least in the eyes of her kids). 

Hear her heartwarming stories of riding again and sharing adventures with her kids like taking on the Gardens of the Gods in Colorado.  Like the supermom she’s determined to be (in spite of her injuries and illnesses). On this week’s Pedego Podcast.

Mail Bag Q & A

Posted in charities, non-profits on May 14, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-9e2fn-1226c04

What is the pancreas, where is it and what does it do? Can you live without your pancreas? What do you do after getting a pancreatic cancer diagnoses? Hear the answers to these questions and others, only on OC Talk Radio, Orange County’s only community radio station live streamed from UCI Beall Applied Innovation Center at the Cove.

How does a purple journey help a young girl deal with her dads cancer diagnosis?

Posted in charities, non-profits on May 13, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-juj4w-121cb3f

A family friend gave 14 year old Tori a purple journey to help her cope with her feelings after learning her father had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  Ironically at that time neither realized purple is the awareness color for pancreatic cancer.  Tori felt her journal offered her a safe place to write about her journey and also used this journal not only to write about her feelings but to also keep track of her dads symptoms, treatments, medications, test results, anything to do with his journey.  Hear how this teenage girl helped co-facilitate a support group for other teenagers who had lost their parent and how her experience led her to where she is today.  Only on OC Talk Radio, Orange County’s only community radio station live streamed from UCI Beall Applied Innovation Center.

 

Making Music Easier for Creators

Posted in Business on May 13, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gmt8z-122597d

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Summary:

On this episode of Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way, host Will Crist talked with Alex Kochetkov, the founder of Mubert, a musical platform that generates music with the power of AI. Although Mubert is Alex’s first startup, his determination and experience have helped him grow a successful startup quickly. The idea for Mubert came while Alex was on a run and became frustrated with finding the right music to accompany him. He came up with a solution, gathered a small team, and got to work making better music choices available to himself and others. Throughout the episode, Will and Alex discussed how Mubert works, the short and long term goals for the company, and obstacles that Alex and his team have encountered along the way. 

 

Thanks for tuning in!

 

Shownotes:

(0:50) All about Mubert

(2:22) Getting Started

(5:10) Obstacles in Building Mubert

(9:08) 10-Year Target

(12:30) Working Worldwide for Mubert

(21:32) Creating and Implementing the Product Roadmap

(22:53) Mubert Meetings

(24:41) The Future of the Company

 

Links:

Will Crist

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Alex Kochetkov

Mubert

 

Quotes:

“It’s super difficult to choose the tracks to run [to]…And it was so annoying for me. And I decided to create something that will help me to run and not to think about music.” Alex Kochetkov, (2:57)

 

“It helps people just not to think about music. So we should make the music the commodity.” Alex Kochetkov, (9:58)

 

“When you have the opportunity to work with your team in the evening…and to spend some time on these inspiring talks, when you talk not about your product, not about your current situation, but about the future of your product, that’s the most inspiring thing.” Alex Kochetkov, (20:38)

“…Mubert is the product that [content creators] can use. We have free plans, they can use Mubert to create the ideas that inspire them…which will never have these problems with copyrights…and to create something cool.” Alex Kochetkov, (27:33)

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How to Get Your Book in Bookstores

Posted in book publishing, Business on May 12, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

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All authors want to know this burning question: HOW do I get my book into a physical bookstore? Well, it’s complicated.

In this episode of the Pub Date Podcast, Dr. Jen Dorsey and Vanessa Campos break it down into two buckets: chain stores and independent bookstores. What are chain bookstores? Think Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million and any other bookstore that has locations across the US. Buyers at these retailers work at the national level for the most part. But independently published authors can still reach these booksellers by getting to know them, the books they carry, and what is selling. Be sure to check their website, follow submission guidelines, get to know the buyer/bookstore manager.

What are independent bookstores? Or as we affectionately call them indies. These are the local bookstores in your neighborhood owned by an individual. (If you’re not sure if there’s one near you, then check out http://www.indiebound.org or http://www.bookshop.org to search your area.) For the indies, it’s all about handselling and relationships. So be sure to form a relationship with your local indie BEFORE you have a book. Work with them to create an event around something OTHER THAN a traditional book signing.

Find an indie near you: www.bookshop.org/ or check out some of our favorite indies:

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Producer: Paul Roberts, founder of OC Talk Radio

Executive Producer: Emily Carpenter-Pulskamp of Little Red Communications

Investing in Real Estate with Philippe Oertle

Posted in Uncategorized on May 11, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-j362q-1223e1d

Could a wealth adviser make you a stronger real estate investor? 

Yes, according to Wendy Ross’s guest Philippe Oertle. He’s the managing director of Catalina Capital Group. He has nearly two decades of wealth management expertise.

“I asked him on my show today because he specializes in developing and managing investment portfolios, as well as structuring lending, and trust and estate solutions,” Wendy says.

Philippe presents the ins and outs of wealth advising and weighs in on the impact of inflation upon investors, home buyers and sellers. Plus, he shares his perspective on leveraging real estate for financial gain. 

Learn more about Philippe and Catalina Capital Group here.

PS We’re Back!

Posted in charities, non-profits on May 10, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

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PS We’re Back!  PanCAN Orange County Affiliate JB Jaso, joins us and we talk about PurpleStride Orange County!  Last time we had an in person PurpleStride was in 2019.  We’re so excited to be back!  We talk about the route, the new way to do the Path of Heroes and how you can get involved!

This episode of Living Hope is dedicated to all those who helped put Orange County PurpleStride together:  JB, Vic Luna, Rosa and Juan Velasco, Ross Swartz, Rick Pinson, Colleen LaSalle, Madison, Julia, Silvia, Stephannie, Angels staff, Media sponsor OC Talk Radio, Paul Roberts, Le Grand Marketing, Sprouts

JB surprised me with a dedication to my 20th year survivor-versary!

What to do when someone dies

Posted in charities, non-profits on May 10, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

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In this episode of Living Hope we continue our conversation we started on March 24.  What to do when a loved one dies?  This is a subject no one wants to talk about but at some point it’s information that can be helpful.  If we can all set down and talk about what we want when we die it would be so helpful for those left behind.  What is a  Advanced Health Care Directive? Is one needed?  Who needs to be notified? What kind of service should we have?  Would a check list be beneficial? These are some of the topics we talked about. It can be a heavy subject but we did have some laughs along the way.  

“As long as you speak my name, I shall live forever”

This episode is dedicated to Lupe Romero, “Inhale life to the fullest”

 

Will you know what to do when a loved ones dies?

Posted in charities, non-profits on May 10, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

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At the time of this episode, Courtney Sparkuhl was a licensed clinical social worker at UC Irvine Health. Courtney has sense left UC Irvine Health to start her own private practice, “Counseling for Cancer and Chronic Illness”

Is death the last taboo topic in America? It’s a difficult conversation but one we all should have.  This topic is not meant to take away hope or pose a negativity but to provide the resources when the time comes.  We talk about what we should do.  What to do first, telling friends and family and so much more. 

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“As long as you speak my name I shall live forever.”

This episode of Living Hope is dedicated to

Greg Willard

 

It’s Like Riding Around the World

Posted in electric bikes on May 9, 2022 by OC Talk Radio

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zrxqv-1221757

Ever wonder what it would be like to travel around the world?  Well this week’s guest, Richard Davis from Florida did just that when the engineer in him started calculating how far he’d actually ridden since buying his Pedego Electric Bike. Suddenly realizing that he’d racked up enough miles to have gone half way around the world.  Which led him to start keeping a daily log and figuring out where exactly that would put him on his imaginary journey back home. 

A goal requiring precise engineering and perseverance that has inspired him to get up each day and ride a little more until he’s finally pedaled enough miles to have travelled completely around the world (a little over 4000 km total). 

An amazing feat he estimates he’ll reach at his current pace by the end of this year (if his calculator is correct!)