"The Culture of Business..."
Three weekly trending topics on the podcast at the intersection of advertising, tech, media, popular culture and the human condition.
Hosted by Geoffrey Colon, Head of Brand Studio at Microsoft Advertising.
Sponsored by Microsoft Advertising, Branding Strategy Insider and iOgrapher.
Dfm 72: C-SPAN Over Instagram | Duct Tape The Cord | Ad Recovery ft. Peter Weinberg & Jon Lombardo
We're back after a brief summer hiatus with a fresh show to make you think and question everything in the world at the intersection of marketing, tech, media and popular culture.
Trending topics for Episode 72:
1. C-Span over Instagram
2. Duct Tape the Cord
3. Ad Recovery featuring Peter Weinberg and Jon Lombardo of LinkedIn's B2B Institute
Plus music from Little Big Bee and Born2Groove. Like what you hear? Check it out today on Spotify...
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Check out cool content from our sponsors Microsoft Advertising, Branding Strategy Insider and CreativeStudies.Store
Dfm 71: Plaguecasting | Let's Grab CØFFE3 | Political Gaming ft. Erin Ashley Simon
On the latest episode of dfm presented by Microsoft Advertising we speak with Erin Ashley Simon about the politics of gaming. Plus podcast listening isn't decreasing like so many think pieces say it is. Instead, certain types are falling off the radar. And finding Black creative talent through a search hack.
Plus music from Doctorsoul and Opolopo featuring Angela Johnson.
On the audio show at the intersection of marketing, tech, media and popular culture.
Dfm 70: Tweet Abuse | Penthouse to Doghouse | Social Impact ft. Bobby Turner
On the latest episode we ask:
1. Should politicians and influencers spewing hate be banned from social media? What does one rule for some and one rule for others mean for social media platform popularity? Will users and advertisers ultimately revolt?
2. Do growth metrics for companies really mean anything when so much are gamed?
3. Is profits for purpose the future of investing?
Plus music from The Beat-trayers and Afro Dub and LTG (Long Travel Groove).
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Dfm 69: No Shirt No Shoes No Problem | Gruberhub | Shop Alive ft. Cheryl Barbee
Disruptive FM: The Culture of Business.
On the latest episode we look at how business fashion is changing as a result of the Pandemic. Plus Uber and Grub Hub don't make any money. What happens when they combine forces to lose even more?
Plus we look at shopping and livestream video meeting influencers meeting retail to usher in what is a $40 billion industry already in China to the West with our contributor-at-large Cheryl Barbee of FCB Global.
Also music from Fusion Funk Foundation and Moon Rocket.
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Dfm 68: Here In My Car | The Weakest Links | The Next Normal ft. Yuriy Boykiv
Disruptive FM is sponsored by Microsoft Advertising. Intelligent connections.
On the latest episode we talk the car. That vehicle which was supposed to die may be more important than ever. Sir Martin Sorrell may have the last laugh. And we speak with Yuriy Boykiv, President at Dentsu X about the NEXT normal.
Plus music from Franck Roger and DJ Christos featuring Brian Temba AND Kraak & Smaak vs. Turbotito.
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Dfm 67: We Interrupt This Livestream | The All-Delivery Economy | No Filter ft. Sarah Frier
Disruptive FM is brought to you by Microsoft Advertising. Intelligent connections.
On episode 67 we're joined by Sarah Frier, technology reporter at Bloomberg and author of the book No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram.
Plus trending topics: We Interrupt this Livestream and The All-Delivery Economy.
And another segment of Insights with Microsoft.
Plus Music from Afrodub.
From the audio show that examines the culture of business. Hosted by Geoffrey Colon, Head of Brand Studio at Microsoft Advertising.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Disruptive FM is pretty much amazing
Geoffrey and Cheryl always keep it entertaining while simultaneously providing value. This show isn't about business tips as much as it's about rethinking the world of marketing. I love it. Also, reading what Geoffrey has to say on LinkedIn is a great way to stay up-to-date between episodes.
For creative people who don't like to play by "the rules"
Alright so I'm the host and producer so take my review with a grain of salt. But I started this podcast in the basement of my Maplewood, NJ house in 2012 because in the creative economy in which we live, any imaginative idea can be made into reality. This is the premise of the show. We talk cognitive, post-capitalist economics, how tech is liberating the world while oppressing it at the same time, why most modern marketers are analytical robots and why we need more critical and design thinking in the world. If you want a safe marketing podcast don't listen to this one. But if you want to question the world and how marketing creative ideas and solutions can make it better instead of worse, this is the show for you.