Diva Tech Talk Blogs about Things to Consider for Creating a podcast

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The Diva Tech Talk Team has been honored to receive 5 Clarion awards from the Association for Women in Communication (AWC). As we have embarked on this journey, there has been so much we learned about podcasting that we would love to share. Some of the most common questions are from other people who are interested in starting a podcast.

Please enjoy this quick read featured on the AWC Blog on "Things to Consider" when starting a podcast: Click HERE for full article and Happy Podcasting!

 

Diva Tech Talk Visiting again with M2TechCast

Kathleen visits with Mike Brennan and Matt Roush to discuss the latest trends and episodes on our podcast as well as many local Michigan events for women in technology.

Take a listen to this below and check out all the M2TechCast episode for the latest in Michigan technology scene.

Diva Tech Talk Back on M2TechCast

Kathleen Norton-Schock joins M2 TechCast co-hosts Mike Brennan and Matt Roush to talk about her podcast series, Diva Tech Talk, and the latest happenings with the Michigan Council of Women in Technology, including summer Science Technology Engineering and Math summer camps for high school girls. 

She also reviews many highlights of the latest podcast episodes.

https://mitechnews.com/featured/kathleen-norton-schock-updates-divas-tech-talk-michigan-council-of-women-in-technology/

Internet Advisor 3 Year Anniversary Celebration

Listen to the segment here: http://internetadvisor.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/1809-Listen-to-Diva-Tech-Talk-Anniversary.mp3

Three years ago this month three intrepid women accepted the invitation to join us on the Internet Advisor to officially launch the Diva Tech Talk podcast.  They were veteran tech marketing leader Kathleen Norton Schock, Cisco Engineer Nicole Johnson Scheffler and Amanda Lewan (founder of successful co-working space Bamboo Detroit)

Foster and Gary had interviewed these ladies individually over the years and believed that it was time for women in technology to have a voice of their own. We particularly wanted to encourage a new generation of girls to follow careers in IT, AI VR and so much more.