What we do
Podcasting is usually seen as a series of audio inserts that run in a series – you can think of them as a series on TV. Podcasting can be of any length and of any subject – if you can google it, you will probably find a podcast about it
Why do businesses need a Podcast
We now find ourselves in a digital age and honestly if you are looking for information – everyone goes to the internet to find the answers. That has now progressed that people look to find audio or video to self help or to listen to whilst they are busy with there normal day to day. Information is now as popular as music to listen to as an alternative to radio.
If you are an expert in your field, having a digital audio presence will boost your brand as you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge which provides added confidence in your clients who want to use your services
What we offer
- Professional editing suites
- Voice over artists
- Mastering and final production on recordings
- Offering of professional MC and DJ for functions
- Hiring of Audio Equipment and DJ rigs
Sport – From the Board Room to the Locker Room, hosted by veteran sports journalist Louis Karpas
This podcast airs daily at 6pm South African time on Pod Bean live and is then shared on various social media platforms such as Linkedin; Facebook; Twitter; Buzz Sprout and Anchor.
The show is an informative half an hour podcast dedicated to discussing sport from upcoming events, interviewing sporting stars, management and sporting associations to bring our listeners an entertaining and informative show.
The show has covered huge events such as the Two Oceans Marathon in 2022 from build up to actual race day events. Examples of interviews showcased on From the Boardroom to the Locker Room:
- Louzanne Coetzee who is a silver medalist from the 2020 Tokyo Para Olympics. Louzanne Coetzee is a South African para-athlete. Coetzee was born blind as a result of a hereditary condition called Leber congenital amaurosis and competes in the T11 disability class, for athletes with the highest level of visual impairment
- Ashleigh Buhai who is a South African Professional golfer and winner of the 2022 British Womens Open at Muirfield after she defeated Chun In-geeon the fourth hole of sudden-death playoff after both players finished regulation play at −10.
- Dane Van Niekerk who is the South African Protea Women’s Cricket Captain
- Gareth Ewing who is the South African men’s Head Field Hockey Coach after the South African team came 4th in the 2022 Common Wealth Games held in Birmingham England
- Bruce Fordyce who is a South African marathon and ultramarathon athlete. He is best known for having won the South African Comrades Marathon a record nine times, of which eight wins were consecutive. He also won the London to Brighton Ultramarathon three years in a row.
- Andrew Breetzke who is the CEO of South African Cricketers Association (SACA)
- Siviwe Soyizwapi ‘Shakes’ who is the Captain of the South African Sevens national team called the Blitzbokke after they won the Gold Medal at the Common Wealth Games 2022
- Keenan Horne who is the Vice Captain of the Protea Men’s Hockey Team
- Marizanne Kapp who is an all-rounder International Women’s Cricketer and plays for South Africa national women’s cricket team after she scored 150 in a test match against England Women’s Cricket Team
- Barbara Pestana who is Director of the Women’s Professional Golf Association (WPGA)
Business Podcast – Risky Business (The good news business show) hosted by Bryan Hattingh who is CEO of Cycan (Pty) Ltd, which today is a leading business and leadership transition and acceleration company; with his co-host Michelle Raymond who is an Executive and Neuroleadership Coach at Cycan. Both Bryan and Michelle have over 15 years in the business of coaching and strategy development.
Risky Business is a weekly podcast that is an hour long and focusses on interviewing CEO’s and Executives on how they deal with the day to day challenges of running a business and keeping it relevant and successful.
Systemic and family constellations – Younique Yet Connected Podcast hosted by Kinga Szilagyi from Inner Luminescence and Nolitha Xozwa Fenton from Cr8tive Genius Media. The podcast series is positioned to share the wisdom of systemic and family constellations as well as translating it into a practical language that anyone around the world can easily understand.
Benevolent Charity Solutions CEO Angela Mclaren who In November 2021, successfully pitched her idea to assist charities and not for profits in the City of Prince George‘s “Titan’s Den” and received an investment of $3,000.00 CAD. Benevolent Charity Solutions Corp. is a concept to help charities and not-for-profits take advantage of this “digital-first” approach to engaging their communities and fundraising. Current solutions only allow organizations to do a mediocre job connecting with their communities and Benevolent Charity Solutions Corp. aims to close this gap and assist organizations to have deeper and more meaningful connections to their communities.
Business Network Institute (BNI) – Interview with Caryn Meyers who is the Secretary Treasurer of Biz Masters Chapter in South Africa on their 2022 Nelson Mandela Sandwich drive which aimed to make and deliver 100 000 sandwiches to charities in and around Gauteng South Africa.
DCX Bullion – 3 podcast series with DCX Bullion’s Founding Partner and CEO, Deon Rebello joins the team to talk about what South Africans can do to protect their wealth, and why bullion is better than money in the bank.