I got to know Isaac Weaver a bit through a radio conference, and just talking with him got me excited about my job and going out and making cool stuff. When I launched the podcast, I knew he’d have a well-thought-out perspective on creativity and crushing the block that stands in your way. Enjoy.
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Isaac is a podcast host and producer on two shows by Real FM, “Real Talk” and “Weekend Ketchup“. He’s an incredibly encouraging and uplifting person to talk to, and had some great things to say about working in groups creatively to achieve goals, what it’s like to work in modern radio and the new relationship between services like Spotify and Apple Music and curated music experiences like Real FM.
Listen to the full episode to get the discussion, and below are links to all the podcast recommendations, bands, and videos we talk about.
Isaac on the socials:
Real FM website: http://realfm.online/
Real FM Insta: @realfmonline
Real FM Twitter: @realfmonline
- Isaac works full-time at KLRC and Real FM as social media director, on-air host, and podcast producer
- Isaac mentions the punk band Paperweight
- We talk podcast recommendations:
- He also shot and produced this video for a KLRC fundraiser
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I’m Dylan, helping you break down your creative barriers, so you can Live Life Creative.