If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been quiet on the GoGedders front lately. In fact, we haven’t released an episode since Nov. 11, as we have been gearing up for a big relaunch at the beginning of 2021. But today, I am proud to announce we just launched our Milwaukee 2020 episode, featuring some of our favorite clips from this year. It's an overall representation of the crazy year it's been.
It features clips from the following episodes:
- “COVID-19 survivor Judge Derek Mosley spent eight days in the ICU and shares his unbelievable story” with Derek Mosley
- “Eleven Milwaukee businesses adapt to COVID” with Christine Specht and Mike Malatesta
- “A candid conversation about race in Milwaukee” with DJ Hines, Khalif El-Amin and Greg Marshall
- “How the Hoan Bridge got lit and some unrelated nonsense with Ian Abston and Mike Hostad (and Chris Stegman ... in spirit)” with Ian Abston and Mike Hostad
- “The Presidential Playbook” with John Burke
On another note, I would like to thank you for your support in 2020! We were able to release 46 episodes highlighting well over 100 local leaders and cover important topics like the pandemic, BLM movement, the election, the NBA bubble and many more, including our regular one-on-one interviews and topics. We even hit our monthly record eclipsing 12,000 downloads in October alone and have over 147,000 downloads since we started tracking in early 2019.
As we gear up for 2020, I would love your help to take the show to the next level, and there are several ways to do that as outlined below.
Enter our giveaway and write a review
To celebrate reaching our monthly download milestone, we are giving away over $1,600 in prizes. It’s very easy to enter – just follow the link below – and you get bonus entries for taking certain actions like sharing on social media and reviewing the podcast. Reviews and subscriptions help the show get bumped up so we would really appreciate it if you entered and wish you good luck on taking home one of the prizes!
Suggest guests and topics
If you (or your company) have a great story to tell or you know someone who does, don’t hesitate to reach out! We are always looking for good stories to tell.