On 3 Clips, podcasters behind some of the world's most creative shows
deconstruct their work, a few pieces at a time. Each episode, you'll go
inside their processes and techniques and hear about the hidden moments
that helped them make stuff that matters. It's like Song Exploder meets
Inside the Actor's Studio -- for podcasters! Hosted by Jay Acunzo.
Richard's Famous Food Podcast: Subverting Podcasting While Honoring the Art Form
Richard's Famous Food Podcast, hosted by Richard Parks III, has become a bit of a "podcaster's podcast" in recent years. In this episode, we jump into the brine. (It'll make sense if you listen. Or, given the nature of this show, it won't make any sense at all.)
Discovery's Curiosity Daily: How to Consistently Delight Listeners (ft. Ashley Hamer and Cody Gough)
We’ve got a dynamic co-hosting duo this week: welcome Ashley Hamer and Cody Gough of Curiosity Daily. A daily, yes, daily (!), podcast about science, which is part of Discovery.
Smithsonian's Sidedoor: A Look Inside Great Narrative (ft. Lizzie Peabody)
Narrative podcasting has a way of immersing listeners in truly memorable, deeply resonant experiences. But how do they come together -- and better yet, how can we create our own, even when we don't have tons of resources?
Morning Brew's Business Casual: How to Interview Famous, Overly-Polished Guests (ft. Kinsey Grant)
Dream guests. Huge names. Polished performers. What does it take to interview someone you admire, on the publicity circuit, or just plain difficult?
Standing Ovation: The Power of a Hook (ft. Jay Baer)
Our guest this episode, Jay Baer, is a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, a New York Times best selling author, a sought-after marketing strategist, and one of the most prolific podcasters we know.
Listener Mailbag: Creating Growable Shows
Today, we break things down a little differently: we’re taking your questions, listeners. These are questions that came through Twitter to 3 Clips host, Jay Acunzo. Jay is joined in this episode with one of the 3 Clips producers, Cherie Turner.
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This show is among my favorites
Jay and his team consistently produce episodes that make me better as a podcaster by getting me to think about the little moments in each episode that mean so much. Jay is wildly passionate about producing content that matters, that keeps people coming back for more, and that entertains and informs, and he nails it with 3 Clips.
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Really can get immersed in this show. I’m even taking notes!
Jay is a magician. What he does is truly unmatched by anyone else. This show is an unbelievable look at powerful podcasts and includes the storytelling Jay does best. Can't stop listening