Age of Conversation Podcast with Jay Ehret: Episode 1 Starring Gavin Heaton and Drew McLellan

Welcome to the all new Age of Conversation podcast. The Age of Conversation II: Why don’t they get it? will be published later this month.  This podcast will be a collection of "conversations" with contributors to the book. To kick it off, we have the guys who started it all, Gavin Heaton and Drew McLellan.

How did this idea of a collaborative book start? What does this mean? What’s different from the first edition in The Age of Conversation II? Drew & Gavin answer all these questions and more in this premiere episode. 

To get started, press the play button on the player below or download the show as an mp3 file from the provided link.
But you don’t have to just listen. You can contribute too. Please add your comment or post a question with the comments link below. Or send us an audio comment or question in the form of an mp3. Just send your audio to jay<at>themarketingspot.com.

Download the episode here: Premiere Episode of Age of Conversation
You will soon be able to subscribe via iTunes, so check back soon.

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6 Responses to “Age of Conversation Podcast with Jay Ehret: Episode 1 Starring Gavin Heaton and Drew McLellan”

  1. Gordon Whitehead Says:

    A classic podcast…huge stars in the making.

  2. Chris Brown Says:

    Hearing your voices in the podcast make the launch of the book in just a few more days seem even more real. Thanks so much for taking the time to pull together this podcast!
    Chris Brown

  3. Gavin Heaton Says:

    Thanks Gordon + Chris. We certainly are getting close!

  4. Jay Ehret Says:

    Thanks Gordon & Chris. Can’t wait to add your voices to a future episode.

  5. ShapingYouth Says:

    I celebrated my :60 ‘slide in my socks’ digital grant app deadline for the HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation DML competition today by listening to you two with a glass of wine and a smile.
    I included you both (and AOC) as an example of “participatory learning” and “collaborative engagement” in the digital sphere as a tribute to ‘what’s possible’ in the name of charity, humanist thinking and marketing innovation.
    Bravo, guys, hats off. Proud to pay it forward, and ‘ready set go’ now that the gonzo deadlines are at bay. whew. And Jay, as a former radio host, you’ve got a great manner and style! Awesome all around, guys. –Amy

  6. Drew McLellan Says:

    Thanks everyone for taking a listen. Jay makes it sound easy and Gavin and I sound smart.
    What more could you ask for. We’re days away from the launch! Thanks to all for your part in it all.