Listen: Spreaker Live ShowListen to most recent episode in 2018 with Rob Greenlee. See more episodes here
Spreaker Live Show
Listen: New Media ShowListen above episode #212 with Zack Reneau-Weden @zackrw Google’s Podcasts App Product Manager from Sat, July 7th, 2018 with Todd Cochrane and Rob Greenlee. See more episodes here
New Media Show
My Digital Life ShowHost: Rob Greenlee and Guest Radio Consultant Mark Ramsey. Topics include Podcasts in the Connected Car, Does Radio Need Podcast Talent and more. 2013 Episode.
Currently VP/Head of Partnerships at Voxnest.com, Former Head of Content at Spreaker.com and former EVP/CTO at Podcast Network PodcastOne.com based in Beverly Hills, California. Former Content Manager, Podcasts for Windows Phone, Zune and Xbox. I also co-host the “New Media Show” at Geek News Central Live every Saturday morning at 9am PST at show website.
I am also the former founder and lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show and Zune Insider podcast. WebTalk Radio was an 8 year running nationally syndicated terrestrial broadcast radio show, webcast and podcast. WebTalk Radio is recognized as the first broadcast radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004.
I attended Pacific Lutheran University where I earned a BBA in Business Administration with a Marketing Concentration. Mobile: 253-831-5632 and by email: rob at robgreenlee.com. I live in Seattle.
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I have been following the discussions on the web about the future of the web as we see more closed and walled gardens grow again. The pending Facebook IPO has shined the spotlight of attention to this topic that Robert Scoble was … Continue reading
This Apps vs. Web smackdown is only beginning. Apps and Facebook, like AOL’s Walled Garden of the 90’s threatens many parts of the Web and Internet we know of today. This issue at its root is about “Short-Cuts or Bookmarks” for users … Continue reading