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A weekly conversation with independent media producers in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Latest Episodes

Episode 82: Elizabeth Spencer

Meet the creator and co-host of That's a Thing?!, a podcast in which a teen explains her media culture to her mom (that's me). In addition to a mother-daughter conversation about our new podcast, this episode is also a swan song for Seen and Heard in Edmonton. Brought to you by Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (https://bit.ly/AWELearningDay) and ATB (https://atb.com/listen), founding sponsor of the Alberta Podcast Network (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

36 MIN2018 JAN 23
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Episode 82: Elizabeth Spencer

Episode 81: Kat Griffiths

Meet Kat Griffiths, a fangirl of the highest order who shines a light on the artists who make the songs she loves with a podcast called Start the Music. Find the full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com) Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB's The Branch for Arts and Culture (https://atb.com/thebranch).

35 MIN2018 JAN 9
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Episode 81: Kat Griffiths

Episode 80: Dan Shessel

Meet the co-host and co-creator of the Northern Nerdcast, a showcase for the geeky, nerdy people, groups and events in and around the Edmonton area. Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com). This episode is brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB (https://atb.com).

25 MIN2017 DEC 18
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Episode 80: Dan Shessel

Episode 79: Press Start to Join

Meet Josh Shenfield and Alan Techsmith, two prolific nerds who talk about video games,Âmovies, TV, comics and "more geekery than you can shake a joystick at" on Press Start to Join. Full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB's Branch for Arts and Culture (https://atb.com/thebranch) and a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com)

35 MIN2017 DEC 5
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Episode 79: Press Start to Join

Episode 78: Meredith Bratland

Hear how aÂwriter and traveller who has turned her curiosity about people from elsewhere into a podcast called Migration Patterns. She makes lots of great recommendations, too. This podcast is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com), and is sponsored by ATB (https://atb.com) and the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://thewellendowedpodcast.com)

36 MIN2017 NOV 21
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Episode 78: Meredith Bratland

Episode 77: Meetup with Doug Hoyer

Doug Hoyer has written more Edmonton podcast music than anyone I know, even though he doesn't live here any more. So when he came back to Edmonton for a few days in October, I grabbed the opportunity to ask him about that work at the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup. See the full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com/2017/11/06/episode-77-meetup-with-doug-hoyer/ Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

39 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Episode 77: Meetup with Doug Hoyer

Interlude: Episode 1 of That's a Thing?!

In the pilot episode of That's a Thing?! â aÂsometimes belated, already outdated guide to your teens, tweens and everything under 20 âElizabeth explains the deliciously disturbing literary phenomenon known as creepypasta. This is a departure from the usual Seen and Heard in Edmonton. We'll return to interviews with local podcasters and bloggers, as well as audio from podcasting meetups, in a couple of weeks.

35 MIN2017 OCT 24
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Interlude: Episode 1 of That's a Thing?!

Episode 76: Sandra Sperounes and Agnes DeMarco

Hear how an interview and a dirty martini led a music writer and a rock-n-roll mom to start Agnes + Sandra's Three-Way, a podcast to shine a light on creative people. Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB (https://atb.com), founding sponsor of the Alberta Podcast Network (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

36 MIN2017 OCT 10
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Episode 76: Sandra Sperounes and Agnes DeMarco

Episode 75: Caleb Caswell

The host of The Tear Down talks about getting to the heart of Edmonton's music scene through frank discussions with local musicians. Brought to you by ATB (https://atb.com/listen) and by the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com)

32 MIN2017 SEP 26
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Episode 75: Caleb Caswell

Episode 74: Sylvia Schneider

Meet Sylvia Schneider, co-host of the Equinely-Inclined podcast for Canada's horse community, and a pioneer of Alberta podcasting. Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com) Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://thewellendowedpodcast) and ATB (https://atb.com/listen)

34 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Episode 74: Sylvia Schneider

Latest Episodes

Episode 82: Elizabeth Spencer

Meet the creator and co-host of That's a Thing?!, a podcast in which a teen explains her media culture to her mom (that's me). In addition to a mother-daughter conversation about our new podcast, this episode is also a swan song for Seen and Heard in Edmonton. Brought to you by Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (https://bit.ly/AWELearningDay) and ATB (https://atb.com/listen), founding sponsor of the Alberta Podcast Network (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

36 MIN2018 JAN 23
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Episode 82: Elizabeth Spencer

Episode 81: Kat Griffiths

Meet Kat Griffiths, a fangirl of the highest order who shines a light on the artists who make the songs she loves with a podcast called Start the Music. Find the full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com) Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB's The Branch for Arts and Culture (https://atb.com/thebranch).

35 MIN2018 JAN 9
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Episode 81: Kat Griffiths

Episode 80: Dan Shessel

Meet the co-host and co-creator of the Northern Nerdcast, a showcase for the geeky, nerdy people, groups and events in and around the Edmonton area. Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com). This episode is brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB (https://atb.com).

25 MIN2017 DEC 18
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Episode 80: Dan Shessel

Episode 79: Press Start to Join

Meet Josh Shenfield and Alan Techsmith, two prolific nerds who talk about video games,Âmovies, TV, comics and "more geekery than you can shake a joystick at" on Press Start to Join. Full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB's Branch for Arts and Culture (https://atb.com/thebranch) and a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com)

35 MIN2017 DEC 5
Comments
Episode 79: Press Start to Join

Episode 78: Meredith Bratland

Hear how aÂwriter and traveller who has turned her curiosity about people from elsewhere into a podcast called Migration Patterns. She makes lots of great recommendations, too. This podcast is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com), and is sponsored by ATB (https://atb.com) and the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://thewellendowedpodcast.com)

36 MIN2017 NOV 21
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Episode 78: Meredith Bratland

Episode 77: Meetup with Doug Hoyer

Doug Hoyer has written more Edmonton podcast music than anyone I know, even though he doesn't live here any more. So when he came back to Edmonton for a few days in October, I grabbed the opportunity to ask him about that work at the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup. See the full show notes at https://seenandheardyeg.com/2017/11/06/episode-77-meetup-with-doug-hoyer/ Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

39 MIN2017 NOV 7
Comments
Episode 77: Meetup with Doug Hoyer

Interlude: Episode 1 of That's a Thing?!

In the pilot episode of That's a Thing?! â aÂsometimes belated, already outdated guide to your teens, tweens and everything under 20 âElizabeth explains the deliciously disturbing literary phenomenon known as creepypasta. This is a departure from the usual Seen and Heard in Edmonton. We'll return to interviews with local podcasters and bloggers, as well as audio from podcasting meetups, in a couple of weeks.

35 MIN2017 OCT 24
Comments
Interlude: Episode 1 of That's a Thing?!

Episode 76: Sandra Sperounes and Agnes DeMarco

Hear how an interview and a dirty martini led a music writer and a rock-n-roll mom to start Agnes + Sandra's Three-Way, a podcast to shine a light on creative people. Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://ecfoundation.org) and ATB (https://atb.com), founding sponsor of the Alberta Podcast Network (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com).

36 MIN2017 OCT 10
Comments
Episode 76: Sandra Sperounes and Agnes DeMarco

Episode 75: Caleb Caswell

The host of The Tear Down talks about getting to the heart of Edmonton's music scene through frank discussions with local musicians. Brought to you by ATB (https://atb.com/listen) and by the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com)

32 MIN2017 SEP 26
Comments
Episode 75: Caleb Caswell

Episode 74: Sylvia Schneider

Meet Sylvia Schneider, co-host of the Equinely-Inclined podcast for Canada's horse community, and a pioneer of Alberta podcasting. Seen and Heard in Edmonton is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB (https://albertapodcastnetwork.com) Brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation (https://thewellendowedpodcast) and ATB (https://atb.com/listen)

34 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Episode 74: Sylvia Schneider