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The 2Goodmedia's Podcast- My life of Fashion reporter for 2Goodmedia, the media platform I created. You will hear about Fashion, Arts, People, social media and more!

The 2Goodmedia's Podcast- My life of Fashion reporter Delphine Souquet

    • Moda y belleza

The 2Goodmedia's Podcast- My life of Fashion reporter for 2Goodmedia, the media platform I created. You will hear about Fashion, Arts, People, social media and more!

    2Goodmedia #Episode Special : Comment et pourquoi lancer un podcast natif en 2020?

    2Goodmedia #Episode Special : Comment et pourquoi lancer un podcast natif en 2020?

    Comment lancer son podcast natif en 2020 ?Tout ce que vous désirez savoir pour lancer votre podcast. Plutôt que d'écrire un long article sur un blog ou de tourner une longue vidéo YouTube je vous raconte tout et en détail sur comment et pourquoi lancer un podcast natif.La première question à se poser, c'est pourquoi avez-vous envie de créer un podcast ? Qu'est-ce que vous voulez apporter à votre audience ? De quoi voulez-vous parler ? Qu'est-ce que le podcast va vous apporter ? Et qu'est-ce que vous vous allez apporter aux auditeurs ? En synthèse je vous fais un résumé de tout ce que j'ai découvert par moi-même au fur et à mesure pour vous faire gagner du temps et vous aider à vous poser les bonnes questions. C'est un épisode où je réponds globalement à l'ensemble des questions que se pose le futur podcaster, sur le matériel mais aussi les différents types de podcasts, permettant de vous aider à créer votre podcast.J'ai décidé de lancer 2Goodmedia en juillet 2019 et j'ai enregistré mon premier épisode en janvier 2020. J'ai une quinzaine d’épisodes à mon actif je suis donc une débutante dans le podcast natif, mais j'ai pensé que c'était intéressant de ne pas tarder à documenter les questions que je m'étais posées et les décisions que j'avais prises pour créer le podcast parce qu’ on oublie vite une fois que le premier épisode est lancé !Durant ce podcast je vous raconte toutes les étapes par lesquelles je suis passée lorsque j'ai créé 2Goodmedia, je raconte pourquoi j'ai décidé de lancer un podcast, comment j’ai souhaité l’intégrer à un projet de média plus global. J'explique ce qu'est le podcast natif et à quel métier cela correspond. Je pense que mon expérience peut être intéressante aussi avec 2Goodmedia parce que j'ai une vision plus large du podcast intégré dans un média en lien avec le digital et les social Media. Un point de vue plus actuel du Podcast dont le format est né en 2005 et qui existe depuis de nombreuses années. Mais les usages que l'on en fait aujourd'hui avec l'ajout de vidéo ou de visuels graphiques en fait un instrument qui selon moi peut parfaitement être connecté avec d'autres plateformes comme Instagram et YouTube.La raison aussi pour laquelle j'ai décidé d'enregistrer ce podcast c'est parce qu’en cherchant des informations disponibles sur le web j’ai perdu beaucoup de temps en tombant sur des informations qui étaient soit très techniques soit très tournées vers la publicité pour des matériels à utiliser mais peu de témoignages sincères, indépendants et personnels pour parler de la question de base essentielle : comment et pourquoi lancer un podcast.J'ai pensé aussi que mon témoignage pourrait être intéressant parce que j'ai vraiment mis les "mains dans le cambouis" pour lancer le podcast en faisant tout de A à Z et en prenant toutes les décisions du choix de l'hébergeur jusqu’au développement d'un site web en passant par les différents types d'enregistrements qui existent et j'ai testé plein d’applications satellites qui sont nécessaires à produire un bon podcast. Je détaille chacune des étapes de lancement d'un podcast et notamment le choix du matériel en fonction du type de podcast que vous souhaitez enregistrer (car cela on ne vous l’explique jamais):Enregistrement d'un podcast interview en mode reportage (ou en studio)Podcast à distancePodcast en soloStudio podcastJe reviens sur les différents choix à effectuer pour l’enregistrement:le choix de l'hébergeur, c’est-à-dire le Host du podcast (j’ai opté pour Podbean et je vous explique pourquoi)le matériel d'enregistrement des podcasts : zoom H2 et zoom H6le choix de différents micros selon le podcast que l'on veut enregistrer (micro Shure SM 58 et le Blue Snowball)l'enregistrement d'un épisode en solo avec Garageband

    • 50 min
    2Goodpodcast #12 : Gabriele Melodia on how to use a talent in Fashion illustration to communicate your creativy ?

    2Goodpodcast #12 : Gabriele Melodia on how to use a talent in Fashion illustration to communicate your creativy ?

    2Goodpodcast #12 : Gabriele Melodia on how to use a talent in Fashion illustration to communicate your creativity ? Gabriele Melodia, if you don’t know him yet, is a young and talented Italian Fashion designer who has recently been selected by Altaroma to illustrate the marketing campaign of the Roman Fashion Week in January 2020, where we met for the first time.In this episode we will talk about Fashion Illustration and how it can be used by the Fashion designer both as a communication tool and as part of his creativity.The tips shared in this episode can a be very useful example for young designers looking for a simple way, intimate and direct to the consumer (with low creation costs compared to financing a shooting campaign) to communicate his personality & style and express his creativity.I found also very inspiring the genuine reaction of Gabriele Melodia who refuses etiquettes when presenting himself, namely choosing between Fashion Illustrator or Fashion designer. These are the two indivisible parts of his creativity. And allows him to cultivate his passions for History, Louis XIV, Human sciences, Literature, Languages (he speaks French fluently as you can hear at the end of the episode) and of course Fashion. I am very pleased to take this time out during the lock down period of the Covid-19 to do this remote podcast with Gabriele Melodia from his native Palermo, in Sicily, where many other Italian talents in Fashion design are originated. Gabriele Melodia has recently graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo in the course of Fashion Design.The illustrations and sketches of Gabriele are easily recognizable through his very personal touch and the use of lines and geometry. Now, let’s start listening to our conversation with Gabriele Melodia on 2goodmedia’s cast. You can find us on ITunes, Spotify and also on the web at 2Goodmedia.com with all the photos of the interview, and so much more !Language of the episode : Introduction in English, the rest is in Italian. The interview is always in the original language of the interviewee to hear the direct voice of people that shape the Art and Fashion industry today. Visit me on https://2goodmedia.com to see the pictures with Gabriele Melodia.2Goodmedia is available on the web https://2goodmedia.comWe produce cool contents (photos, videos and podcasts) for a pure entertainment experience. We talk about Fashion, Art, People, cool events. We are driven by Passion. If you like this Podcast let me know in comments on ITunes and don’t forget to give 5 stars to sustain the show! For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: Delphine@2goodmedia.com and DM on Instagram @2goodmedia

    • 1h 5 min
    2Goodpodcast #11 : a chat with Manos Samartzis, one of the most familiar faces of the Italian Fashion scene.

    2Goodpodcast #11 : a chat with Manos Samartzis, one of the most familiar faces of the Italian Fashion scene.

    2Goodpodcast #11 : a chat with Manos Samartzis, one of the most familiar faces of the Italian Fashion scene. Manos Samartzis, if you are not yet familiar with him, is one of the most photographed Influencer of the Italian Fashion Weeks and a well-known protagonist of the Made in Italy. He is easily recognizable through his very personal and colorful style with XXL glasses. If you follow the Italian Fashion shows, you have probably already seen a picture of Manos in front row and wondered who he could be? Let’s have a quick chat with Manos for 2goodmedia’s Podcast to know a little bit more about his presence in Altaroma, the Roman Fashion Week, and tell us about his multiple activities on the Fashion scene, in Italy and abroad. Manos is Greek and based in Milan, he studied Fashion at the IED Fashion School in Rome. He is the founder and Editor in chief of Nakedbutsafe, a print biannual review of art, fashion, culture and ideas which celebrates its 11th Anniversary. Manos has also a great experience of the Made in Italy in the world, and is much appreciated overseas. He travels a lot through the main capital cities of Fashion of Paris, Milan, London and New York. Asked about his inimitable style by friends and curious, he often answers that “his looks are not studied or constructed, but reflect his own tastes and what he finds in his vestiaire in the moment!” Language : Italian. The interview is always in the original language of the interviewee to hear the direct voice of people that shape the Art and Fashion industry today. We are registering this interview podcast during Altaroma, the Roman Fashion week. Visit me on https://2goodmedia.com to see the pictures with Manos Samartzis.2Goodmedia is available on the web https://2goodmedia.comWe produce cool contents (photos, videos and podcasts) for a pure entertainment experience. We talk about Fashion, Art, People, cool events. We are driven by Passion. If you like this Podcast let me know in comments on ITunes.For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: Delphine@2goodmedia.com and DM on Instagram @2goodmedia

    • 9 min
    2Goodpodcast #10 : Mario Cristiani on the mission of Galleria Continua for Contemporary Art in Rome

    2Goodpodcast #10 : Mario Cristiani on the mission of Galleria Continua for Contemporary Art in Rome

    This discussion Podcast with Mario Cristiani unveils the story of how a small cultural association founded back in 1994 in a 30-meter-square ex cinema space from Tuscany has become over 30 years one of the most famous names of international contemporary art galleries listed in the exclusive 100 Power List 2019 of the British ArtReview magazine?Mario Cristiani, if you don't know him yet, is one of the three founders of the international contemporary art gallery Galleria Continua from San Gimignano in Tuscany (Italy). Galleria Continua celebrates this year its 30-year Anniversary with a major accomplishment for the democratization and transmission of contemporary Art in the world creating bridges between Italy and the rest of the world. I meet Mario Cristiani for the opening in Rome of a permanent gallery in the premises of the St Regis Hotel, the fifth gallery after Beijing in 2004, France in 2007 and Cuba in 2015. The works featured are from the Cuban Artist José Yaque who presents in the second part of our podcast his paintings and installations he prepared appositely for the exhibition of tonight at the Roman Galleria Continua.If there is a key message to remember from my encounter with Mario Cristiani, it is that an Art gallery has a social mission which can be accomplished thanks to a common vision and a passion shared between all parties and the artists. For Galleria Continua, the vision could be formulated as "offering upcoming generations an even better world through Art" says Mario Cristiani.The Galleria Continua has always distinguished itself by exploring different art disciplines or discovering new international emerging talents out of the ordinary paths of the Art World. Bringing pieces of Arts in legacy, thanks to artists, in other places, just as the Ancient did in the major Art capital cities like Rome or San Gimignano.For the three founders of Galleria Continua, Mario Cristiani, Lorenzo Fiaschi and Maurizio Rigillo it all started from the friendship of three very different and complimentary characters sharing a genuine vision placing the Art at the center of the Liberty of the individuals. The success of the Art gallery and its missions (profit and non profit) was not something obvious nor planned, but rather as Mario Cristiani says with humility "the projects happened because we met people sharing the same vision". Just like the opening of the gallery at the St Regis with the Director and Art passionate Giuseppe De Martino : "we launched a series of collaborations and it ended in the opening of a gallery".The project for Rome goes beyond the opening in such a prestigious and luxury location, the aim is to educate new generations to contemporary art through new art experiences and also to extend to other places of the city. Offering crossed visions of contemporary art allowing to create our own perception.The Galleria Continua is present in all major international Art fairs like Art Basel in Hong Kong from March 20 to 25 2020, for the first time through viewing rooms, featuring the works of international renowned artists such as Leandro Erlich, Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Pascale Martine Tayou.Language : Italian. The interview is always in the original language of the interviewee to hear the direct voice of people that shape the Art and Fashion industry today.If you like this podcast 👉 Follow us now 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 and visit our website https://2goodmedia.com for more podcast and all the images of our interviews.

    • 29 min
    Annonce spéciale : je lance mon Podcast en français ! Trailer 2Goodmedia

    Annonce spéciale : je lance mon Podcast en français ! Trailer 2Goodmedia

    Vous en avez assez des articles superficiels ? Qui utilisent des phrases toutes prêtes pour aborder un thème donné? Des questions stéréotypées posées à chaque interview et dont le journaliste n’attend même pas la réponse ? Ou encore les questions « 3 mots à dire» typiques des interviews Fashion ou Red carpet.C’est pour cela que j’ai créé 2Goodmedia et ce podcast. Avec 2Goodpodcast, vous pouvez entendre la voix directe des gens qui façonnent l’industrie de la mode aujourd’hui, sans filtre.Le nom Too Good est inspiré du vocabulaire de l’argot américain utilisé par les jeunes pour parler de leur tenue préférée (p. ex. Too Good jeans, Too Good Shirt, etc.).2Good! est un média indépendant et sans publicité. C’est un média original, audio et visuel, disponible sur toutes les plateformes Instagram, YouTube, Spotify, ITunes, etc. qui s’appuie sur les possibilités infinies de notre génération Internet. Suivez-moi sur https://2goodmedia.com pour découvrir les photos et vidéos de mes podcasts ; sur Instagram @2goodmedia et faites-moi part de vos suggestions par mail : Delphine@2goodmedia.comNotre mission : La Passion est un sentiment qui rassemble toutes les générations, Millenials ou pas! La passion pour la Mode, pour l’Art, la culture, etc. Et la curiosité aussi, l’intérêt réel de connaître les personnes qui font l’actualité et qui en sont les protagonistes. Créer un vrai dialogue et approfondir les sujets avec nos invités sur le Podcast, c’est ce que j’essaye de réaliser. Dans un objectif de pur divertissement tout en s’enrichissant de ces rencontres. Telle est notre mission à 2Goodmedia, le click plus cool du web !J’espère que vous aimerez rencontrer ces gens autant que moi, en vivant ma vie de reporter entre Paris et l’Italie!

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    2Goodpodcast #9 : Federico Cina show on the Italian Belleza of the 50's

    2Goodpodcast #9 : Federico Cina show on the Italian Belleza of the 50's

    2Goodpodcast #9 : Federico Cina show on the Italian Belleza of the 50'sIf you like this podcast and want to show the pictures of the show Federico Cina, visit us here 👉 https://2goodmedia.comFederico Cina, if you do not know him yet, is one of the names to remember of the new generation of talented Italian designers. A graduate of the famous Italian fashion school Polimoda, he is also the winner of the 2019 "Who’s on Next" Fashion Contest held every year in partnership between the Fashion magazine Vogue Italia and the Rome Fashion Week. Federico Cina is often compared to our Simon Porte Jacquemus tricolore from Salon de Provence who celebrated in June 2019 the 10 years of his brand by taking the Parisian fashion world to attend his show "Coup de soleil" in a field of lavender in the South of France.The visibility offered by Altaroma is also an opportunity for the Italian designer to give an important social meaning to his work, as he always does during his shows. This show is a true tribute to the Italy of the 1950s, a period after the war very hard but during which human relations were stronger and essential with the hope for the people to rebuild a better world. A more natural and more human fashion is one of the components of the Federico Cina's identity and style. The looks in this collection are inspired by the work of the Italian master Vittorio Tonelli, native of Sarsinia, as the designer, and passionate about the culture and history of Romagna. Tonelli has made an important anthropological and photographic reconstruction of post-war Italy, which inspired the Italian designer for his show at the Roman Fashion Week.In this podcast, Federico Cina tells us about his collections and inspirations, the story of his namesake label and his Romagna homeland, the ups and down after winning The Who's on next prize in 2019, and more! 

    • 11 min

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