On this episode, we are going to be discussing a topic near and dear to my heart, and a little bit meta, podcasting for Small Business; more specifically, the business case for podcasting. And, more importantly, why should you start a podcast for your business? And, to do that, I’m letting the cat out of the bag here with my co-author of our forthcoming book, Podcasting for Small Business, Steve Orr.

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Ray Sidney-Smith, Host

Steve OrrSteve Orr is the founder of Steve Orr Media, which helps clients create and produce podcasts, as well as become more effective speakers. He has worked with a variety of small and large clients, including self-employed professionals, neighborhood business improvement districts, and Fidelity Investments.

Steve launched his consulting business after an award-winning broadcasting career. As a business news anchor and feature reporter, his stories for the MarketWatch Radio Network were heard regularly on some of the country’s biggest news stations.

Steve has interviewed hundreds of people over the years, including CEOs, celebrities, athletes, and public officials. Ella Fitzgerald, Mickey Mantle, and then Israeli U.N. Ambassador Benjamin Netanyahu were among his most memorable.

In Steve’s free time, he writes screenplays and radio plays (and voices the characters). He’s also a big fan of comedy improv.

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Dr. Robert Passikoff, Brand Keys

Lou Kastelic, JD, MBA, Jordan-Crandus, PA

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