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It’s been just over three months since IN Noosa Magazine launched its new podcast Conversations IN Noosa, and I’m pleased to announce that we have\n already clocked up the first, of what we hope are many milestones. We’re more than twenty-five episodes IN, and the stories we’ve unearthed represent\n a diverse fabric that form part of this place that we call Noosa.

\n

You don’t need to live here to appreciate that there is a commonality and relatability among the stories that connects us all.

\n

For example, Hannah Devers and Katie Johnston both overcame challenges, self-doubt, and low self-esteem to start their own businesses; beneath Mick\n Earle’s tough exterior, we discover his passion for getting blokes to open up and talk to each other about men’s mental health issues and depression;\n and Matt Golinski, Alicia Sharples and June Copeman have all dealt with loss and grief and each of their stories offer comfort and support when\n you discover what coping mechanisms helped them through their darkest hours.

\n

Conversations IN Noosa has celebrated the entrepreneurial success of people like Giuseppe Palumbo, the Italian immigrant who started his own record\n label and introduced dance, trance, electronic and funk music to Australians in the ‘70s; discovered what Jon Coghill, the drummer from Powderfinger,\n is doing these days since the multi Aria award-winning band split; and we’ve explored the journey of two people from very different backgrounds\n but with a common passion for film scriptwriting: Ian Pugh and Jon Coppola.

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Originally from Zimbabwe, Ian and his family lived under Robert Mugabe’s reign in the ‘80s, later travelling to Australia to pursue work opportunities\n and to dabble in film making; while Jon with a famous Hollywood surname, grew up in The Bronx in New York and together with his twin brother, had\n an early taste of success in the film industry back in the United States. How did Ian and Jon meet and what projects are they currently working\n on here in Noosa? Subscribe, download, and listen!

\n

“It’s like I’m eavesdropping on a private conversation,” commented a friend after listening to a few of our Conversations IN Noosa.

\n

“Loving this podcast. Heaps of great content. I do love Noosa as a place to escape and have been escaping Sydney every year. Please keep it up,” iTunes\n subscriber, March 2018

\n

“Great podcast! I love that these are names I’ve rarely heard around town but they’re all doing fascinating things or tell an interesting story,” iTunes\n subscriber, May 2018

\n

Podcasts form an authentic and honest relationship with the listener with a high podcast awareness level here in Australia. In a recent study conducted\n by the ABC, 89% of Australians aged 18 to 75 claimed to be aware of podcasts with 16% of Australians saying they’ve listened to a podcast in the\n last week.

\n

I sincerely hope you get the chance, next time you’re walking, exercising, driving, or winding down after a long day, to connect, discover and learn\n something new with Conversations IN Noosa.

\n

As we love to say, everyone has a story!

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From chaos comes opportunity

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A Good Conversation

treaming content on demand is the new black, whether it’s the latest film, music, comedy, educational material or long form interview, consumers are in control. We don’t have to sit by the radio waiting for our favourite song nor do we appointment set for our favourite TV show anymore. Content is king, and we can access it whenever and wherever we like.

It’s been just over three months since IN Noosa Magazine launched its new podcast Conversations IN Noosa, and I’m pleased to announce that we have already clocked up the first, of what we hope are many milestones. We’re more than twenty-five episodes IN, and the stories we’ve unearthed represent a diverse fabric that form part of this place that we call Noosa.

You don’t need to live here to appreciate that there is a commonality and relatability among the stories that connects us all.

For example, Hannah Devers and Katie Johnston both overcame challenges, self-doubt, and low self-esteem to start their own businesses; beneath Mick Earle’s tough exterior, we discover his passion for getting blokes to open up and talk to each other about men’s mental health issues and depression; and Matt Golinski, Alicia Sharples and June Copeman have all dealt with loss and grief and each of their stories offer comfort and support when you discover what coping mechanisms helped them through their darkest hours.

Conversations IN Noosa has celebrated the entrepreneurial success of people like Giuseppe Palumbo, the Italian immigrant who started his own record label and introduced dance, trance, electronic and funk music to Australians in the ‘70s; discovered what Jon Coghill, the drummer from Powderfinger, is doing these days since the multi Aria award-winning band split; and we’ve explored the journey of two people from very different backgrounds but with a common passion for film scriptwriting: Ian Pugh and Jon Coppola.

Originally from Zimbabwe, Ian and his family lived under Robert Mugabe’s reign in the ‘80s, later travelling to Australia to pursue work opportunities and to dabble in film making; while Jon with a famous Hollywood surname, grew up in The Bronx in New York and together with his twin brother, had an early taste of success in the film industry back in the United States. How did Ian and Jon meet and what projects are they currently working on here in Noosa? Subscribe, download, and listen!

“It’s like I’m eavesdropping on a private conversation,” commented a friend after listening to a few of our Conversations IN Noosa.

“Loving this podcast. Heaps of great content. I do love Noosa as a place to escape and have been escaping Sydney every year. Please keep it up,” iTunes subscriber, March 2018

“Great podcast! I love that these are names I’ve rarely heard around town but they’re all doing fascinating things or tell an interesting story,” iTunes subscriber, May 2018

Podcasts form an authentic and honest relationship with the listener with a high podcast awareness level here in Australia. In a recent study conducted by the ABC, 89% of Australians aged 18 to 75 claimed to be aware of podcasts with 16% of Australians saying they’ve listened to a podcast in the last week.

I sincerely hope you get the chance, next time you’re walking, exercising, driving, or winding down after a long day, to connect, discover and learn something new with Conversations IN Noosa.

As we love to say, everyone has a story!

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