Branch-Out Podcast: Interview with David Pakman, Host of The David Pakman Show

Branch-Out Podcast: Interview with David Pakman, Host of The David Pakman Show

“There is no better time to start a media venture because you no longer need the approval of some executive somewhere or pass a Myers Briggs personality test in order to get a show. You can just start it.” – David Pakman

We interviewed politics and news talk show host, David Pakman. David can be heard on TV, radio and online – now on Branch-Out! He dives into the impact technology has had on independent media, affects of digital media on politics and his goals for the future.

Listen to this interview to gain insights into:

  • David’s journey in the media industry going from radio to TV to Online
  • How technology like social media has opened up points of views and unique stories
  • David’s words of wisdom on taking on what drives your passions

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Evin Charles Anderson

For more than a decade, Evin Charles Anderson has explored the intersection of performance, production and promotion. As the CEO and Creative Partner of Waverley Knobs, featured in Lifehack and CEO Blog Nation, he helps clients shape, shoot and share unique and engaging brand stories that inspire action, innovation and change. Evin’s independent, Hollywood and commercial film experience and marketing expertise means he not only knows how to visually tell a story for his clients, he knows how to position that story for real-world impact and business results.

In addition to running Waverley Knobs, Evin is a professional actor and director, as well as co-creator of the podcast Branch Out: THE Marketing and Digital Media Podcast. He also teaches acting, directing and marketing classes for the City of Cambridge in Massachusetts. Evin’s film Paperthin has been featured at The Magwill Film Festival in California, and Waverley Knobs’ short film, The Heist, has been featured in Examiner and MobileMovieMaker.

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