It’s been a fantastic month for Project 10 as we can announce that the series has broke 100k downloads and is being picked up by Dublin station Q102.
Why do we get offended? Why do we feel outraged and the need to express our outrage at others. Why do we get offended for others, even when something that has happened has no direct impact on our own lives or survival?
Good news if you’re a Spotify user, the Project 10 podcast series is now available to download via Spotify.
Catch all the current episodes so far and follow the series there to make sure you never miss an episode.
In the latest episode on the series, we explore the impact automation, artificial intelligence and robotics will have on the future of work.
Depending on where you get your information from, you could be fearing a jobless Blade Runner future or an abundant fulfilling one where energy is free, boring jobs are done by our robot slaves and nobody wants for anything.
During the research, we came across a variety of sources, but found these 3 to be the best in giving a diverse range in their views for the future and the impact technology will have on your job.
In the second episode of the series, we explore the exploding area of influencer marketing in Ireland and around the world.
In the United States, according to emarketer.com, brands pumped more than $500m into Instagram influencers alone last year. Couple that with the fact that in 2016, online ad revenue surpassed TV ad revenue and the industry doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
Less than a week after being launched online, the Project 10 podcast series has broken into the top 10 podcasts in Ireland.
Sitting alongside some of the biggest names in the world online including This American Life, S*Town and The Joe Rogan Experience, Project 10 has quickly become one of the country’s most talked about podcasts.