Forever is a Long Time: Creating with Sensitivity (ft. Ian Coss)

Forever is a Long Time:  Creating with Sensitivity (ft. Ian Coss)
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Forever is a Long Time: Creating with Sensitivity (ft. Ian Coss)
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Episode October 18, 2021 00:52:47

Show Notes

The World needs more sensitive creators. Content that moves the world, moves listeners and make things better. And you know what? That doesn’t have to come in the form of some epic narrative. It can be stories from daily life. The seemingly innocuous details of our day-to-day can provide inspiration.

Enter Ian Coss. For this episode he and Jay break down his five part series, Forever is a Long Time. Ian explores the topic of marriage by interviewing members of his family who are divorced, which is most of them. These candid and poignant conversation with his relatives are both deeply personal and relatable at the same time.

Ian is an award winning musician, podcaster and sound designer who has worked with well known outlets like PRX, and the nationally syndicated radio show, The World. He’s been recognized with a national Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in sound and his music is even featured in museums. Forever is a Long Time, however, was produced independently, something he and Jay discuss at length.

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INSIDE THIS EPISODE:

Forever is a Long Time can be found at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/forever-is-a-long-time/id1570813696

Connect with Ian: https://iancoss.com

Follow 3 Clips host Jay Acunzo on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jayacunzo/

This episode was produced by Andrea Muraskin and Stuart Barefoot

Music was provided by Tyler Litwin

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