The VentureFizz Guide to Great New York Podcasts: 2018 Edition
Earlier this month, we shared our list of great Boston tech and entrepreneurial podcasts that we think everyone should check out. And now, with the launch of our podcast in New York, we wanted to make a similar list, and share some of our favorite podcasts in the city with you.
If you know any other cool podcasts worth checking out, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we may use your recommendation for a future post!
With our podcast launching in New York this past week, we figured it would be smart to use this space and tell you a bit about our own show! On our podcast, VentureFizz Founder Keith Cline talks to some of the top leaders in the New York (and Boston!) tech and entrepreneurial space.
A short (usually under 10 minutes) weekday podcast that covers the world in tech news. Companies, gadgets, trends, and more!
You likely know this one. Alex Blumberg and Lisa Chow host a show about companies and the stories of how they got started. As the show has gone on, it has also delved into other aspects of business and entrepreneurship (as well as some miscellaneous topics). This is the podcast that Alex, Inc., the ABC sitcom, was based on.
Local VC firm Bowery Capital hosts a podcast in which the team—and guests—discuss sales and revenue generation. Very, very educational!
If you want to learn more about VCs and how investors fit into the overall entrepreneurial ecosystem, this is the show for you. Entrepreneur and angel investor Dave Lerner interviews venture capitalists and angel investors. Great podcast.
Marco Arment, Casey Liss, and John Siracusa talk about tech, programming, Apple, and other things. This one is less entrepreneurial and more just a fun podcast about tech with three really good co-hosts.
I love this podcast because it covers a part of the startup ecosystem so under-discussed: the firms and institutions that invest in venture capital funds. Hosted by Alex Lines and Nick Chirls, its interviews delve into limited partners (LPs), which is where a startup’s funding often comes from.
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn host a fun show by The Verge that, like the WSJ Tech News Briefing, covers the week in tech and gadget news. The main difference is that this show is longer, more personality-driven, and only comes out once a week.
A new podcast in which Eniac Ventures sits down with founders, investors, and influencers to discuss startups and the seed stage of a company.
The official podcast of the NYC Media Lab, which connects local digital media and tech companies with New York City's universities to foster entrepreneurship and talent development.