Media Will Eat Itself


by Shaun Weston

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I set up the Media Will Eat Itself podcast at the beginning of 2018. The idea came to me that media has changed (and is changing) so quickly that it’s difficult to keep up. It takes a certain kind of spirit and tenacity to adapt to how fast everything is spinning, and to take stock of your skills to see how they can still be relevant. I wanted to find these people and quiz them about what they think makes them tick, and what the world of media looked like when they first started out.

Of course, this means I talk to many different people across a range of professional disciplines, from marketers to company directors, and from designers to photographers. It’s an interesting subject, and I hope you enjoy browsing through these episodes too. If you find something you particularly like, I’d love to hear from you to find out more. And if you can suggest a future guest, please get in touch!

Modern photography, with Joby Sessions. Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash.

Modern photography, with Joby Sessions

In episode 5 of Media Will Eat Itself, Joby Sessions describes his journey into photography, how he adapted to the advances of technology and the changing demands of the job,…
Power presenting, with Russell Anderson-Williams. Source:

Power presenting, with Russell Anderson-Williams

Russell Anderson-Williams is a professional presentation design expert, and is particularly invested in training people how to make the most out of Prezi and PowerPoint. He’s even more passionate about…
Writing your first book – an interview with Duena Blomstrom. Photo by Brandi Redd on Unsplash

Duena Blomstrom on writing your first book

In the very first episode of the Media Will Eat Itself podcast, we’re discussing the ins and outs of writing your first book, with Duena Blomstrom, someone I’ve known for…