Jan 29, 2018
Hey there! Remember me? Yup, The Story Behind is finally back after a hiatus I did not expect would be as long as it has.
Here’s the short version of what happened and why it was so long, and I promise this has everything to do with today’s topic. I started editing and writing show notes for other podcasts on the side before I found out in October that I was going to be let go from my full-time job.
When I found that out, it was the week I was gearing up for episode 100, so on top of learning a musical number, I also made the decision to turn helping people with their podcasts into a full-time business in the new year. So, I spent the majority of my time creating E Podcast Productions, and if you’re interested in learning more about that, you can visit the website at EPodcastProductions.com, but you’re here to learn some history, right?
Besides for those who are new to The Story Behind and are listening to the back catalog, it’s like I never left. Although, none of this would be possible had it not been for the subject of today’s episode.
I’m your host, Emily Prokop, and this is The Story Behind the Pink Slip.
This episode was brought to you by The Story Behind Executive Producers who support the show through the Patreon Page at patreon.com/thestorybehind: Stargate Pioneer from GonnaGeek.com, Mat from the One Word, Go! Show, Linguist Sam, Diane and Denise from History Goes Bump, Dan Brenic from Netflix N’ Swill, Jarrod Dunham from TheHistoryphile.net, Heather Welch from Sunshine and PowerCuts, Jason Bryant from Mat Talk Online, Gerald and Andy from Two Peas on a Podcast, Bandrew Scott from The Bandrew Says Podcast and Podcastage YouTube Channel, Adam from Everyone Has a Podcast. and Barry G, Nick and Justin from Epic Film Guys, Jeremy Collins from Podcasts We Listen To (also, congratulations to Jeremy on his engagement to Deana Marie from the Twisted Philly podcast!), and newest Executive Producers, the North Omaha History Podcast and Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting.
I also want to offer my deepest condolences to the family of former executive producer Scott Smith from the Recovering from Religion podcast who is no longer with us.