The Digiday Podcast

The Digiday Podcast is a weekly show where we discuss the big stories and issues that matter to brands, agencies and publishers as they transition to the digital age.

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Edelman's Steve Rubel

Edelman’s Steve Rubel sees the power of platforms rising, serving as gatekeepers of the modern media industry. That’s going to shift power not just to the platforms themselves but to those content creators who come with a distribution mindset.


 2015-07-31  28m

Chobani's CMO Peter McGuiness

Peter McGuinness, CMO at Chobani, discusses how the brand’s young, creative and entrepreneurial culture is helping it keep innovation alive on this week's episode of the Digiday Podcast. Innovation aside, Chobani also emphasizes content,...


 2015-07-24  30m

Time Inc's Scott Havens

In the 18 months since joining the company, M Scott Havens has helped Time Inc. double down on video and explore ecommerce, launch new digital-only properties, push paywalls and invest in tech. “Transitions take a while,” he said on this...


 2015-07-17  27m

Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal

Bloomberg markets editor Joe Weisenthal joins us to talk about adjusting to The Bloomberg Way, the importance of knowledge for reporters and why Janet Yellen is the Lebron James of finance. 


 2015-07-10  30m

Gerry Graf and Barney Robinson

Gerry Graf and Barney Robinson, founders of indie agency Barton F Graf 9000 joined us on the Digiday Podcast to talk about Cannes, which they both agree is kind of "silly." Robinson, the "business" mind of the equation, said that he's very excited...


 2015-07-03  27m

Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff dishes on TV's new golden era, Gawker's "sociopaths" and the tragedy of the New York Times.


 2015-06-26  26m

News Corp.'s Raju Narisetti

News Corp.'s svp of strategy Raju Narisetti joins us to talk about why newsrooms need a cultural change, why platforms are no saviors for publishers and why being a legacy publisher is both a blessing and a curse.


 2015-06-19  33m

Inc.'s James Leadbetter

Inc.'s James Leadbetter joins The Digiday Podcast to talk about the pressure to scale, teh advantages of print and why good journalists don’t always make good managers.


 2015-06-12  27m

Big Spaceship's Michael Lebowitz

Michael Lebowitz, the founder of Big Spaceship, joins the Digiday Podcast to talk about weird Internet, why ads are getting so intrusive and what it was like when Brooklyn was cheap.


 2015-06-05  25m

Redef's Jason Hirschhorn

Redef's Jason Hirschhorn talks about the evolution of his daily newsletter, why more content is coming from new sources and why curation isn’t a dirty word.


 2015-05-29  29m