In this episode we are going to talk about “Why and What to Whom?” Why do you want a podcast? What is your show going to be about? and Who is your target audience?
I’m guessing you’ve had. The conversation goes something like this. I’ve got a great idea for a podcast. Maybe you had this conversation with yourself. Thoughts in the head, maybe you entrusted this information with a family member or friend. You jump online, you read a few blog posts, they reinforce your thoughts.
You’ve got to change the balance. And what I mean by this is, they’re looking at the status quo– let’s talk a situation where people have to evacuate, right?
What You Need To Know About Emergency Management Education The difference between those who have a pre-9/11 perspective and…
Early Warning Labs is sort of part of the distribution platform and the automated responses in response to the earthquake early warning. So, our partners do a large piece of the hard work, actually monitoring and creating the raw data that goes into the earthquake early warning that we use.
The guys discuss the recent terror plot in Ohio and what an all-hazards mindset is for professional and private citizens when it comes to planning for any event.
“The concept of working together doesn’t mean you have to have some major disaster. That should be a norm in our communities.”