July 18, 2018

EP. 147 — Jay Soderberg, VP of Content at Voxnest 

Jay Soderberg, VP of Content at Voxnest — the parent company to Spreaker and BlogTalkRadio — joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two discuss “Pod Vader’s” long career at ESPN Radio, Voxnest’s mission to provide monetization for growing podcasts, and the recent S-Town lawsuit’s possible impact on podcasting. Plus a Star Wars theory that will blow your mind.

This episode is brought to you by Clockwise.io (www.clockwise.io).

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