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'Servant Of Pod With Nick Quah' Launches Today

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Nick Quah

Launching today, "Servant Of Pod With Nick Quah" is a weekly deep dive into the evolving world of podcasts.

In each episode, Nick:

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  • Discusses industry news
  • Explores the most exciting angles of podcast culture
  • And gets into the weeds with established and up-and-coming producers

Along the way, Nick and his guests will also give listeners recommendations on the shows they should be checking out.

To kick things off, Nick tries to build a (very) brief picture of where the podcast world is right now with the help of "Team Coco’s" Adam Sachs and Earios co-founder Priyanka Mattoo. He also gets advice on how to be a decent podcast host from a great podcast host: "Death Sex and Money’s" Anna Sale.

Listen above and subscribe today.

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