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33voices: The Edge Dialogues with Moe Abdou & Beyond The Headline with Jenna Abdou
Hosted byMoe Abdou
Jenna Abdou
UpdatesDaily (weekdays)
Length30 minutes (approximate)
ProductionChase Jennings
Original release6 April 2008 – present
Cited as2015 7 Great Podcasts for Business Top 11 Small Business Podcasts

33voices is a free podcast hosted by entrepreneurs and podcast personalities Moe and Jenna Abdou. Its first episode went online on Apr. 6, 2008. The show is the flagship program of 33voices Inc.

In February 2015, the show was pronounced one of the 7 best podcasts for business, alongside The Bottom Line (radio programme), HBR Ideacast, Manager Tools, Small Business, Big Marketing, Back To Work, and Beyond the To-Do List .[1]

Current format[edit | edit source]

Moe and Jenna Abdou interview a highly influential roster of thought leaders, authors, founders, creatives, and senior executives to deconstruct the hidden insights that only those who are building breakthrough ventures can reveal. Since 2006, 33voices engaged closely with founders and senior executives to identify interesting and pressing challenges that give rise to thoughtful dialogue with contributors who not only think differently, but who represent the frontiers of knowledge in business, culture and lifestyle.

Notable guests[edit | edit source]

33voices often features many notable guests. Examples include Daniel Pink,[2] and Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip.[3]

Other shows[edit | edit source]

In March 2015, Jenna Abdoua introduced a new women-oriented podcast, called Beyond The Headline in a partnership with WeFestival.[4]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Business.com (2015). "Hear Me Out: 7 Great Podcasts for Business. Retrieved September 10, 2016.
  2. 33voices (2013). To Sell Is Human. Retrieved September 10, 2016.
  3. 33voices (2014). How to Fail at Almost Everything & Still Win Big. Retrieved September 10, 2016.
  4. WeFestival Soundbites on 33voices, Gotham Gal, "Web", September 10, 2016

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