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The PressClub podcast offers recordings of Josh Constine's Clubhouse show PressClub, which brings together journalists, experts, and subjects of the news to discuss the big stories. Sign up for highlights and show reminders at constine.club

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The PressClub podcast offers recordings of Josh Constine's Clubhouse show PressClub, which brings together journalists, experts, and subjects of the news to discuss the big stories. Sign up for highlights and show reminders at constine.club

    We Need Mental HealthTech: anxiety & depression up 300% - with Grow Therapy CEO Jake Cooper, Coa co-founder Dr. Emily Anhalt, therapist Nidhi Tewari

    We Need Mental HealthTech: anxiety & depression up 300% - with Grow Therapy CEO Jake Cooper, Coa co-founder Dr. Emily Anhalt, therapist Nidhi Tewari

    COVID has triggered a global mental health crisis. What are the latest approaches to democratizing access to therapy + other preventions & treatments? Hear about the state of mental health in America, how we destigmatize care, and tips on what does and doesn't work for coping with stress. Join mental healthtech startup founders and therapists as we discuss how VR, chat bots, psychedelics, life coaching, and sleep science are changing wellness. Plus, you'll learn why telehealth is unlocking personalized care and is here to stay after the pandemic.

    Our guests include:

    -Grow Therapy CEO Jake Cooper who's helping therapists launch their own practices
    -Coa co-founder Dr. Emily Anhalt who's pioneering "emotional fitness"
    -Trauma therapist Nidhi Tewari
    And your host Josh Constine, investor at SignalFire

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    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/. This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 4pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where the big names in tech discuss the biggest ideas. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests on PressClub include the founders of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, and more. Thanks for being part of our futurist community!

    • 56 min
    How To Win At Startup PR with TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino & Edelman PR's Margot Edelman

    How To Win At Startup PR with TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino & Edelman PR's Margot Edelman

    How can your startup get press coverage when there's already more tech news than journalists can report? Hear the best pitch strategies straight from TechCrunch boss Matthew Panzarino and the world's largest PR firm Edelman PR's General Manager Margot Edelman. On PressClub, we discuss startup PR do's and don'ts, pros and cons, choosing who to pitch, how to get your cold email opened, and why PR agencies can backfire. Your host Josh Constine, former TechCrunch editor and most cited tech journalist 2016-2020, reveals what he looked for in stories and why software eating everything is making tech PR harder.

    Featuring:

    -TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino
    -Edelman PR General Manager Margot Edelman
    -And your host Josh Constine, VC at SignalFire and former TechCrunch Editor-At-Large


    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/. This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 4pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where the big names in tech discuss the biggest ideas. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests on PressClub include the founders of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, and more. Thanks for being part of our futurist community!

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Can Facebook Fix Itself? With ex-CSO Alex Stamos & WSJ's Jeff Horwitz

    Can Facebook Fix Itself? With ex-CSO Alex Stamos & WSJ's Jeff Horwitz

    "I don't think that there will actually be significant cultural change until Zuckerberg steps down" Facebook's former Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos tells PressClub. The Wall Street Journal's Facebook Files scoops revealed that the company knew its algorithm incentivized hate, its XCheck system shielded VIPs from content moderation, that human traffickers used it to lure in victims, and that Instagram made 40% of users feel unattractive.

    On PressClub, we ask Stamos and the lead author of these scoops whether Facebook is trading our well-being for profits. Is it human nature to attack and envy others? Can social networks be built safely, and how? Is it employees' moral duty to blow the whistle when they're not? And will it take new leadership for Facebook to have a change of heart?

    On PressClub, we ask:

    -Ex-Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos

    -Assistant professor and Facebook Oversight Board researcher Kate Klonick

    -WSJ's Facebook reporter Jeff Horwitz

    -And your host Josh Constine of SignalFire, who covered Facebook for 8 years at TechCrunch

    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/. This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 4pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where the big names in tech discuss the biggest ideas. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests on PressClub include the founders of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, Genies, OpenSea, and more. Thanks for being part of our futurist community!

    • 1 hr
    Defining Your Identity In The Crypto Era: NFT Artist Shl0ms, XMTP CEO Matt Galligan

    Defining Your Identity In The Crypto Era: NFT Artist Shl0ms, XMTP CEO Matt Galligan

    Is your crypto wallet address your new name and social media profile? Will your personality and status be represented by a public record of the art you buy and projects you support? Where identity goes, communication follows, so will crypto-native messaging replace email and Discord?

    Join us to discuss crypto materialism, anonymity, and why you're still early to this financial and cultural movement. On this week's PressClub, we interview NFT artist Shl0ms who shattered a toilet with a sledgehammer to create FNTN and sold it for $1M to a cult of his fans. We also talk to crypto chat protocol XMTP's co-founder and CEO Matt Galligan about raising $20M to build messaging for the metaverse. Come explore the world of CryptoPunks, DAOs, Loot, fractionalized art, blockchain social clubs, decentralized collaboration, and who you will become.

    Featuring:

    -NFT Artist Shl0ms
    -XMTP CEO & co-founder Matt Galligan
    -Sound Ventures investor Maaria Bajwa
    -Crypto strategist Cooper Turley aka CoopahTroopa
    -Memetic engineer and culture hacker Ronen V
    -Your host Josh Constine, investor at SignalFire


    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/. This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 6pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where the big names in tech discuss the biggest ideas. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests on PressClub include the founders of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, Genies, OpenSea, and more. Thanks for being part of our futurist community!

    • 1 hr
    Fee or free: The Future Of Knowledge with Q&A Site Quora's CEO Adam D'Angelo

    Fee or free: The Future Of Knowledge with Q&A Site Quora's CEO Adam D'Angelo

    Yahoo Answers just shut down. What's next for Wikipedia, Quora, and journalism? How will the creator economy and education collide? What will be the impact of new "adaptive paywalls" that only charge if they predict you'll pay? Your host Josh Constine asks Quora founder / CEO Adam D'Angelo, formerly the first CTO of Facebook.

    Listen in to learn about:

    -Why Yahoo Answers failed (3:00)
    -How to unlock information trapped in people's brains (6:30)
    -Knowledge recommendation algorithms (14:30)
    -Impulse vs Interest vs Aspirational learning (17:00)
    -Quora's origin story (21:00)
    -How Adam and Mark Zuckerberg built a buddy list-sharing app before Facebook (24:00)
    -Why Wikipedia isn't improving (30:00)
    -What knowledge makes us happy (37:00)
    -How creators are becoming paid tutors (40:00)
    -Quora+'s plan to let anyone monetize knowledge (46:00)
    -If adaptive paywalls could tax the wealthy while keeping information free for others (50:00)
    -Are information overload and subscription fatigue real? (55:00)
    -What knowledge infrastructure is still missing? (62:00)

    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/ This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 6pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where top business leaders discuss the big stories in tech. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests on the PressClub podcast include the CEOs of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, Craigslist, Dollar Shave Club, and more.

    • 56 min
    Can VR train surgeons? Immersive Edtech with Osso VR CEO Justin Barad and Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie

    Can VR train surgeons? Immersive Edtech with Osso VR CEO Justin Barad and Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie

    How do move mentorship to the cloud and reskill workforces made obsolete by new technology? Job training in virtual reality and augmented reality isn’t science fiction anymore. Immersive education has proven to beat 2D learning, with Osso VR’s surgeon training system able to boost doctors’ performance 230% to 306% over traditional guidance.

    Osso VR CEO Justin Barad tells PressClub about his journey from gaming geek surgeon to raising $43M to build a VR med school. We discuss how AR and VR can democratize training for both specialized jobs and soft skills, plus the coming rise of 3D education content creators. Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie joins to share how he’s building a “PowerPoint for augmented reality” to produce overlaid instructions for building rocket engines and ventilators. We explore how immersive edtech could prevent AI and robotics from causing mass unemployment.

    Featuring:

    -Osso VR CEO Justin Barad
    -Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie
    -SignalFire partner / Osso & Scope investor Wayne Hu
    -Osso VR VP of marketing Lisa Fong
    -and your PressClub host Josh Constine from SignalFire


    Subscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/ This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 6pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where top business leaders discuss the big stories in tech. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests include the CEOs of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, Craigslist, Dollar Shave Club, and more.

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