The president and CEO of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus has started a new podcast that will explore what urban innovators are doing to create vibrant and sustainable communities in this country.
"Talking Cities with Matt Enstice" debuted its first episode this week, with Enstice interviewing David Gamble, an architect and urban planner in Cambridge, Mass., about the need to plan and engage to better bring together community and economic development. Gamble has been involved in the planning of the Medical Campus since its inception in 2002.
In essence, a podcast is radio on demand. It's a radio broadcast, in the form of an episodic series, that listeners download as a digital file or stream over an internet connection whenever they want to hear it.
"Talking Cities" is recorded at the Too Much Neon podcast studio in the Innovation Center on the Medical Campus and is available through www.bnmc.org/podcast, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher Radio. New episodes will appear weekly.
Future scheduled episodes include Enstice's interviews with former Buffalo Mayor Anthony Masiello; Michellene Davis, executive vice president and chief corporate affairs officer of RWJ Barnabas Health; and Jennifer Obadia, Eastern United States regional director, Healthy Food in Healthcare for Healthcare Without Harm.