Media Will Eat Itself
A podcast for media professionals.
The Media Will Eat Itself podcast began life at the beginning of 2018. The premise is 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.
The podcast series sets out 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. This means talking to many different people across a range of professional disciplines, from marketers to company directors, and from designers to photographers.
Shaun Weston and Tanya Andreasyan discuss editing a demanding brand in a niche area, and how social media can break down organisational silos.
Shaun Weston and illustrator Fil Dunsky discuss starting and marketing your business as a Russian citizen, as well as social media and Photoshop.
Shaun Weston talks to business analyst Guy Shone of Explain the Market about research, tribalism, inauthenticity and the oversaturation of politics.
Tom Ross of Design Cuts joins Shaun Weston on the Media Will Eat Itself podcast to talk about design, authenticity, and the human side of content marketing.
William Villalobos of The Futures joins Shaun Weston on the Media Will Eat Itself podcast to talk about architecture, design and running a business.
David Kelly of Storm Consultancy joins Shaun Weston on the Media Will Eat Itself podcast to talk about entrepreneurial startups, technology and marketing.
Shaun Weston talks to entrepreneur Sian Holt about Fudge Kitchen, social media, marketing, and how she has made a success of herself and her business.
Shaun Weston talks to marketing professional Kym Hamer about why she challenged herself to create 30 YouTube videos in 30 days.
Shaun Weston talks to Andrew Davison about his focus on Zapier, a service that helps people connect web apps to harness the power of automation.
Shaun Weston talks to Drew Benvie of Battenhall about social media over the last decade, and what it means to be an authentic influencer.
Shaun Weston talks to Christian Day, who runs Knight Studios, a digital brand, content and experience agency.
Joby Sessions and Shaun Weston talk about photography, videography and social media on the Media Will Eat Itself podcast.