With 85.4 million podcast listeners in 2020 in the U.S., podcasts are an increasingly popular tool for corporate marketers.
For businesses, organizations, and personal branding, podcasts are the perfect top-of-funnel marketing platform. Quality podcasts create engaging ways for your listeners to connect with your brand.
If you are passionate about your business, and you truly believe in the value of your products/services, then spread your message.
Emotions transfer to your brand. Through the great stories told on your podcast, you help determine how people feel about your brand.
By hosting a podcast, you have the opportunity to show your expertise and become a de facto thought leader in your field. As your podcast audience grows and the quality of content improves, it will open doors for you to develop relationships with leading experts and renowned industry leaders. …
Kinga Philipps 0:06
The more profound moments for me personally was when we were in the Isles of Scilly and we did that dive and we brought up The Manilla. And then we were allowed to go to the museum and look at some of the other artifacts that were brought up from that slave wreck. And there was a beautiful rosary. My family is Roman Catholic. I came from Eastern Europe. And I pictured in my mind, the captain of this slave ship in his captain’s quarters, probably beautiful and luxurious, praying this rosary, while there were men and women chained in squalor below. And, it was such a juxtaposition to me and I thought, what are you praying for? Good weather? What are you praying for while you were enslaving human beings below deck? And it was this incredible realization of: where in our lives now do we accept something as the status quo which should never be? …
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Welcome to Back in America, the podcast!
Stanislas Berteloot 0:23
I’m your host, Stan Berteloot. Twenty-four years ago, I was living in Washington, D.C. and studying at the University of Maryland. In August 2016, I came back to America, this time with my family. It was just a few months before Trump’s election, I noticed how the country had changed. I believe that two major crises have determined the shape of what the country is today: the terrorist attack on 9/11 and the subprime economic crisis of 2008.
Then came Trump, a man loved by half the country for being an anti-elite, playing tough and speaking his mind, and hated by the other half for pretty much the same reasons. Trump has polarized America and the world at large, pushing ever further what we thought was possible in the political sphere: lies and mediocrity being the new normal. …
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If you’re tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try talking with one of them in real life. Welcome to back in America, the podcast
Stanislas Berteloot 0:37
"COVID-19 has created a worldwide public health crisis, and the resulting lockdowns and social distancing measures have sent most country’s economies into a severe downturn. …
Barak Obama 0:00
If you’re tired of arguing with strangers on the internet, try talking with one of them in real life.
Welcome to Back in America, the podcast.
Stanislas Berteloot 0:23
This is the second episode dedicated to the George Floyd mural in Minneapolis. If you haven’t listened to episode one yet, an interview of the lead artist Cadex Herrera, I strongly recommend you do so before listening to this episode.
Hi Eric can I ask you to please introduce yourself?
Eric Marsh 0:43
So my name is Eric Marsh. I am a community activist and father and located in the city of Philadelphia. …
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Stanislas Berteloot 0:24
This is part one of two episodes dedicated to the drug fraud mirror. If you want to see a picture of the mural, go to the podcast website at back in America the podcast.com I am Stan Berteloot, and this is back in America. The death of George Floyd, a black man killed by a Minneapolis police officer has triggered protests against police brutality, police racism, and lack of police accountability. Three days after Floyd’s death, a group of artists painted a mural on the cup full building at the corner of where Josh Floyd was killed on May 25. The artists started at about 7 am on May 28, and finished the mural at 5:30 pm. The same day. Most of us have seen the image of the mural since almost every American TV station, live stream the drums Floyd funeral, whose backdrop was a digital version of this mural. Inspired by this work, artists across the globe started producing a similar tribute to George Floyd, and a digital database of such art as gathered, a repository of 1324 pieces of art so far. My guest today is one of the leading artists behind this iconic mural of George Floyd, the man who immigrated to the United States from Belize when he was 19 today at 45 he walks As an elementary school behavior or specialist, and social justice is his passion. …
Back in America explores the American’s identity, culture, and values.
In this podcast, journalist Stan Berteloot explores American life stories from his French perspective and questions the way we understand this nation.
Each episode explores why and how Americans do what they do. While easy and entertaining to listen to, Stan doesn’t shy away from difficult and personal questions and explores issues from different angles and perspectives. Every topic is game; politics, social issues, climate crises, gender issues, racial issues, sex, and diversity… and everything else in-between.
Provocative ideas for inquisitive and open-minded listeners.
These soundbites are taken from 12 episodes of Back in America, recorded between November 2019 and August 2020. They are representative of the diversity of the guests and of the topics addressed. …
John Michael Greer 0:13
When the pandemic is over, everyone will say, Oh, isn’t it nice to be back to normal, but it’s not quite normal and it never will be.
You also have an older set of American values that date back to the frontier period. You have the attitudes that were much more common before we became a wealthy society, we are now attitudes that focus on hard work and individualism not as a way to amass vast amount of wealth but amount, to the best ways to get by with minimal interference, either to or from other people. …
Hello, Marina Ahun or Ahun-Babaeva, Welcome to back in America.
Marina, you are an artist and I would like you to tell me about your art. How would you describe your art style
I have different art styles different. I move back and forth between two styles: realistic presentation of subject matter and abstract, and between two mediums.
When I’m looking for urban street scenes that will become a realistic painting, I use watercolor. When I do abstract painting, I use oil. And I have no idea what the painting is going to look like when things the painting dictates its own source. …
While President Trump has been calling the Coronavirus the Chinese virus and while the US is facing unprecedented protests against police violence and racial discrimination, Back in America is examining how these events have affected the Chinese Community.
In this episode, I speak with Cecilia Birge a former Montgomery, NJ mayor, a form bond analyst on Wall Street, now a head coach and a member of the Princeton High School Speech and Debate Team.
Cecilia shares her experience organizing fundraising with the Chinese community to help local first responders.
For us, she revisits her childhood in Chineses labor camps. As a student in Bejing during the Tiananmen Protests, she talks of her fear at the time and the turmoil in the city. …