[Pittsburgh City Paper] Is there a thriving podcast scene in Pittsburgh?
[PW Mania] Ultimo Dragon & Lucha Stars Set For Pittsburgh This Weekend
As a kid, Sean Koon dreamed of having a career in radio like Howard Stern. But Koon set that goal aside when he realized how much work was involved.
“I found out [that] to be Howard Stern, you have to earn it,” says Koon, who now lives in Elizabeth borough. “And I thought, 'well, I’m not going to do drive time in Sheboygan playing country music.'”
[Pittsburgh Music Magazine] Pittsburgh’s Pod Con puts the city on the world stage for International Podcast Day.
By Jim LaMotta
When an athlete holds ten championships simultaneously, it certainly makes a statement about their status as the standard within their industry. For Yoshihiro Asai, the man known literally around the globe as Ultimo Dragon, he was one of the benchmarks and one of the most influential of the cruiser weight style that has become such a common fixture of the industry today. For over three decades, Ultimo Dragon has been one of the most respected figures in
[Pittsburgh Post-Gazette] Millvale Music Festival adds a day and nearly 100 more artists
More than thirty podcasts will be represented at the free to attend Pittsburgh Pod Con in Lawrenceville’s Spirit ballroom on September 30th from 5 to 10 pm on International Podcast Day. The event, presented by podcast network Sorgatron Media, streaming radio company The River’s Edge and sponsored by Sidekick Media Services, will allow Pittsburghers to introduce themselves to a variety of Pittsburgh podcasts.
If you really like music, don’t be the person running the music festival — especially in its inaugural year.
“It was so crazy, I only saw one song the entire festival,” says Brian Crawford, the Millvale resident who launched the inaugural Millvale Music Festival last year, attended by more than 5,000 people.