The Stream’s First Podcast UpNext Premieres
Hosted by millennial entrepreneur and speaker Gabrielle Bosché, UpNext speaks to those "radically committed to pursuing truth, excellence and meaning."
The Stream celebrates the launch today of our new Podcast section with the premiere of our first podcast, UpNext. Hosted by 27-year-old entrepreneur and speaker Gabrielle Bosché, UpNext covers the challenges in society and culture that the Millennial Generation faces and lays out what millennials are doing to meet these challenges. Gabrielle has the clear intent to “demystify” the narrative surrounding younger people.
As Gabrielle told Red Alert Politics, a favorite online haunt of millennial conservatives, “UpNext is for millennials obsessively talking about life’s ‘big topics’ like leadership, faith, relationships and making an actual difference.”
Gabrielle herself is the author of three books, and is the founder of the Millennial Solution consulting firm, which advises companies such as Microsoft and Honeywell on how to recruit and retain millennial employees.
“I’m a 20-something entrepreneur frustrated with the stereotype ‘too young’ to make an impact,” she says, “I’m not the only one. There are thousands of others radically committed to pursuing truth, excellence and meaning. This podcast shares these stories to inspire and embolden our generation to greatness.”
Although each guest will bring their expertise to the table, be it in politics, business, entertainment or non-profits, Gabrielle tells Red Alert Politics that “the podcast will really focus on faith,” including the guests’ personal struggles and triumphs. “There’s no denying these conversations are raw, authentic and reflective of what most millennials are thinking.”
UpNext‘s premiere podcast features an interview with writer, musician and pundit Joshua Charles. Her second podcast, fittingly enough, is with I Am Second editor Jonathon Seidl. I Am Second is a website and movement “meant to inspire people of all kinds to live for God and for others.”
Upcoming UpNext podcasts will feature 2008 Miss America Kirsten Haglund, the founders of Millennials for Marriage, the youngest New York Times best-selling author and in this election year, millennials who are running for office.
Stream Executive Editor Jay Richards is enthusiastic about UpNext, and what’s “up next” for The Stream‘s podcast venture. “We’ve been planning our podcast channels for a year and are really excited to bring Gabrielle’s unique voice to The Stream as our inaugural podcast,” Richards said, “We look forward to having a well-populated podcast section over the next months.”
To enjoy UpNext right now, click the image below. You can hear the podcast and learn how to subscribe. Our Podcast section can also be accessed via The Stream‘s home page.
You may also subscribe to this podcast on iTunes.