Speaker 0 00:00:00 Hey, Stuart here. We're taking this week off from making a new episode, but stay tuned because next week we're bringing you a conversation with Emily Wu, the founder of Ghost Island Media. Here's a bit of what you can expect from that. Do, do you think the West in general has a good understanding of Taiwan and, and the struggles you face?
Speaker 1 00:00:26 Mm, I think there can always be more, but I think it's been, it's gotten better, and so we're really happy to see that. And it's just because when there's more news being written on it, there's more there, there's more, there's news being reported, there's more stories being told. And there's also people, you know, local medias like us as well and others, um, who we push stories in English. We didn't one in French. And we're hoping to do more, more languages in the future to tell that narrative on our own because we couldn't always rely on international media who had for the last decade, you know, this wasn't a priority place for them. And so we had to clean that narrative. We had to be the one writing the stories on our own, and there's a community of people doing that.
Speaker 0 00:01:12 Also, our founder here at Casto, Craig Hewitt recently started a show called Limelight, which is one of a few new shows we're working to develop for our Casto original series. So let's listen in on his episode zero, then subscribe to the feed so you can get new episodes of the Limelight when they come out.
Speaker 3 00:01:36 Hey there, Craig Hewitt here from Casto. Thanks so much for checking out the limelight. This is our newest podcast from the Casto original series. Uh, here at Casto, we're building a whole network of podcasts, all serving the purpose of educating, inspiring, and, and motivating you as a podcaster and a creator to kind of live your best podcasting world in, in the limelight. This is gonna be a short form audio and video podcast that talks to our customers and other podcasters, uh, about the things that make them and their shows excellent and unique and interesting. In each episode, we're only gonna talk for about 10 or 15 minutes, so these are gonna be action packed episodes where we dive really deep into very specific things that podcasters have learned in their journey so far, things they might do different next time if they headed to do over again, and, and one little nugget of wisdom that they want to pass on to you so you can better your podcasting journey, make fewer mistakes, and grow your show more quickly and more predictably.
Speaker 3 00:02:37 I'm excited to share this with you in the handful of episodes we recorded so far, I've learned a lot. I've been doing this for eight years, and I still learn a lot. Every time I talk to a new podcaster, even if they're just getting started, right? The landscape is changing so much. Things like short clips and social media at YouTube and how the dynamics between audio and video, how that all works together is evolving every day. And so staying in tune with how creators today are creating and evolving and growing their shows is paramount to you staying on top of the podcasting game and delivering the best results for your audience. So I'm really excited to share this with you. Thanks so much for tuning in. The Limelight Promises to be one of the hallmarks of the Casto Original Network of Podcasts, and we're excited to share it with you.