Beasley Media Group Officially Unveils “If You Give A Ric A Podcast” on bPod Studios Platform

Beasley Media Group Officially Unveils “If You Give A Ric A Podcast” on bPod Studios Platform

Naples, Florida (12/4/18): Beasley Media Group is pleased to officially unveil season one of If You Give A Ric A Podcast on the bPod Studios platform. 

The unique and entertaining podcast series created for children ages 2-8 follows the adventures of Ric and his older brother, Rece, as they travel the world and learn important life lessons through the pages of a new children’s book every week.

The duo is joined by Children’s Author Maria Dismondy as they journey through six of her wildly popular books published by Cardinal Rule Press.

The first book featured is Fruit Salad Friend.  In this book, Chloe navigates the trials and tribulations that pop up on her way to discovering the recipe for lasting friendship.

New episodes will be released approximately every 10 days and are available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify and https://bpodstudios.com/podcasts/give-a-ric-a-podcast.

Produced and created by Beasley Media Group Detroit’s Ric Hogerheide, If You Give A Ric A Podcast is designed to provide families with a new way to enjoy books with their children. 

“We focus on books that have a basis in teaching great lessons, all while being something that is easy enough to put on during a ride to school or on the weekends while cleaning the house,” said Hogerheide.

“If You Give A Ric A Podcast is a wonderful example of the ingenuity of our Beasley Media team members in the podcasting space,” said Buzz Knight, Beasley Media Executive Vice President of Strategy and Innovation. “Ric, in partnership with talented authors like Maria, is creating memorable storytelling experiences for children and parents through the medium of podcasting and we couldn’t be prouder of their work.”

Children and adult of all ages are invited to spend time with If You Give A Ric A Podcast and explore the concepts of friendship, kindness, empathy and just what it takes to make it through the world! To check out the complete network, please visit https://bpodstudios.com.

About Maria Dismondy:

Maria Dismondy has written nine books that feature stories with topics that include anti-bullying, overcoming adversity, friendship trials and tribulations, and more. Maria is dedicated to empowering those around her through her roles as an author, teacher, public speaker, community leader and friend. She is dedicated to making each day count. The author lives in Southeast Michigan with her high school sweetheart husband, three kids and two pet snails.

For more information, go to about Maria, please go to https://mariadismondy.com/.

 

About Cardinal Rule Press:

Cardinal Rule Press produces high-quality children’s literature that empower children through timeless messages of hope, courage and the Golden Rule.   Cardinal Rule Press is a traditional publishing company located in southeast Michigan that produces a select number of books each year; all of which make a difference in the world while reflecting modern-day diversity. 

https://cardinalrulepress.com/

 

 

Ep. 12 – Talking CES with Ben Arnold

Ep. 12 – Talking CES with Ben Arnold

In this episode of the “Healthy Paranoia” podcast, Beasley Media Group Executive Vice President of Strategy & Innovation, Buzz Knight, talks with Ben Arnold, Senior Director/Innovation & Trends at the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

One of the big events that CTA produces is annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Topics Buzz and Ben discuss in this episode include:

  • Trends that will be spotlighted at CES 2019
  • Autonomous vehicles and what progress is being made in this space
  • Audio hardware and its importance to a consumer’s life
  • What broadcasters should understand about AI

 

Episode Four – University of Las Vegas Hackathon

Episode Four – University of Las Vegas Hackathon

In this episode of Beyond The Business, Beasley Media Group CEO, Caroline Beasley, speaks with Zachary Miles, Esq., the Associate Vice President for Economic Development and Executive Director, UNLV Research Foundation.

They discuss the upcoming Beasley Media Group/UNLV Media Innovation Hackathon and how students will be applying their academic learning to solve real-world challenges. 

The Harry Reid Research Park and the other exciting innovation happening at UNLV were also topics covered in this episode of Beyond The Business.

Find out more about the Hackathon here: https://www.unlv.edu/news-story/beasley-media-and-unlv-hackathon-applications-due-oct-5th

Beasley Media and UNLV Hackathon – Applications Due Oct. 19th!

 

Kraftwork – A Look At The 25 Year History Of Kraft Ownership Of The Patriots

Kraftwork – A Look At The 25 Year History Of Kraft Ownership Of The Patriots

Marc Bertrand of 98.5 The Sports Hub, takes us on a fascinating look at the 25 year history of the Kraft family’s ownership of the five-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots.

Featuring interviews with both Robert and Jonathan Kraft along with archived audio, this is a must listen to podcast for any Patriots fan, Boston resident and football history fanatic.

A new episode is released each game day of the 2018 football season.

 

 

Episode Eleven – The Common Threads Of Leadership with Doris Kearns Goodwin

Episode Eleven – The Common Threads Of Leadership with Doris Kearns Goodwin

In a very powerful five-part discussion, BMG EVP of Strategy and Innovation, Buzz Knight speaks award-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin on the key messages in her new book, Leadership in Turbulent Times.

In this episode of Healthy Paranoia, Buzz and Doris’ discussion focuses on many of the common traits and threads of leadership that we see in the four presidents featured in Leadership in Turbulent Times.

Doris Kearns Goodwin explores in her new book, Leadership in Turbulent Times is available now on multiple platforms and in hardcover.  https://doriskearnsgoodwin.com/

Episode Three – Digital Trends Editor in Chief, Jeremy Kaplan

Episode Three – Digital Trends Editor in Chief, Jeremy Kaplan

In this episode of Beyond The Business, Beasley Media Group CEO, Caroline Beasley, speaks with Jeremy Kaplan, Editor in Chief of Digital Trends.

Having spent two decades writing and speaking about technology, it’s no surprise to find Kaplan leading the editorial charge at Digital Trends.  As a leading consumer technology publisher, Digital Trends helps more than 30 million unique visitors each month navigate an increasingly digital world.

During their time together on this episode, Caroline and Jeremy focus on how technology is changing personal care, in the doctor’s office and the gym and they also discuss that with the move toward driver-less cars if getting a driver’s license will cease to be a rite of passage.

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