Mediacurrent is proud to announce the launch of our new podcast with the release of our pilot episode. Open Waters is a podcast exploring the intersection of open source technology and digital marketing. It’s made especially for CMO's, Directors, and Managers of Marketing, technology, and digital strategy.
We think open source is an ocean of opportunity to maximize your martech investment.
We encourage you to listen and learn about using open source technology and forward-thinking marketing strategy to generate and convert leads, improve security, increase speed to market, and identify the ROI of your digital investments. Our goal is to educate about the challenges and solutions we see with our own clients and in the market.
Welcome to Open Waters - Episode 0
Dive into our pilot episode!
In this episode:
- New format, shorter but more frequent episode release schedule.
- We're taking a different direction from our Mediacurrent Dropcast, no longer focused strictly on Drupal. Instead, we will be talking about the business benefits of open source software.
- We are going to change up some sections. A little less news, and more about solutions.
- We will probably still do the Pro Project pick from our Dropcast
- Ben Robertson, who presented at the GatsbyJS Days conference in December, will join us to talk about the benefits of Gatsby JS.
- Mario Hernandez will be on the podcast to talk about our upcoming expanded training for components.
- We’ll have an episode to talk about how to choose a CMS, whether it’s Drupal, WordPress, or any of the other bazillion options.
- Bob Kepford, you may have heard of him, will be on to talk about serverless 101 and the problems it can solve.
- We will have Jason Lengstorf from Gatsby on to talk about the project.
- And much, much more.
Subscribe to Open Waters
New episodes will be released tri-weekly on Tuesdays.
How Can I Support the Show?
Subscribe, leave a review, and share about us on social media with the hashtag #openwaterspodcast. Have an idea for a topic? Tweet at our hosts Mark Casias, Bob Kepford, and Mario Hernandez. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. Links to follow.