We Love No Other 4.1 - Randy Ballard
The return of the podcast. After 4.5 years, it's back, and back for good. In this episode, I interview Director of Sports Medicine Randy Ballard.
For now, this and all other We Love No Other posts will be free clicks - you're not using one of your monthly clicks to open this. It will take some time to sort out the feeds, so until I can tell you "subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and everywhere else you get your podcasts", I'll be embedding them here as well as tweeting direct links. Eventually, it will be available everywhere (hopefully soon).
The reason that will take some time: I need to figure out what's still active. I had a podcast feed before, and you could get it on iTunes, and it was for the podcast named We Love No Other. That doesn't show up on the iTunes list anymore (because it's been dormant forever, I'm guessing), but I'm still subscribed on my phone, and when I uploaded this to the same spot for the first time in 4.5 years, it showed up in that feed. So... I might be able to just keep the same feeds as before and expand that to other platforms. If not, I'll have to wipe some things clean and start over.
So expect info on the feeds very soon. For now (and for a long time), I'll link the podcasts here. I'm uploading them through AudioBoom, which is the service I've used for the last 10 years to record and post From The Stands. They've changed into more of a podcast platform now (before it was mostly short snippets of audio, which is why I used it in the first place), so you'll always be able to find the podcast there.
Long story short, if you're a Spotify person, you should be able to get it there soon. iTunes, hopefully it's there now. I just need to source out the original feeds (and whether subscribers way back when are seeing new episodes show up). Best case scenario - this just re-activates the old feeds and none of those original subscribers have to find a new feed.
And once it's sorted out, we'll have a podcast link at the top for all feeds.
OK that was too many words. Here's the first podcast.