Welcome To Geekdom 183: Gravity Falls

Jacob Tender joins the podcast to discuss Gravity Falls. We talk about why two seasons worked for the length of the show, why we enjoyed it, and more.Find the full show notes for this episode here.

Podcast Me Anything: Jacob Tender, Community Manager at Breaker

via Podcast Me Anything: I recently launched a client podcast and the one network they had to make sure they got listed on was Breaker. Breaker is not a household name in podcasting, but in the financial services space, there

Talkin' 'Traz: The Rock (1996)

Jacob joins to discuss the 1996 Michael Bay film 'The Rock'.Find the full show notes for this episode here.

Chat Sematary: The Dead Zone (1979)

via Chat Sematary: Jacob Tender joins to discuss The Dead Zone, which happens to be the only Stephen King book that he's read so far.Find the full show notes for this episode here.

The MV Podcast: Revisiting The Beatles (Help!)

via Modern Vinyl: Part 5 of our Revisiting The Beatles series dives into Help!, their August 1965 release. We discuss how the band’s rising fame seeps into their songwriting, Chris gets a crash course on “Paul is Dead,” and

Welcome To Geekdom 100: Pixar Shorts

via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to the podcast to discuss a whole bunch of Pixar shorts and celebrate our 100th episode!Find the full show notes for this episode here.

The MV Podcast 205: My Dear Podcast,

via Modern Vinyl: Episode 205 of The Modern Vinyl Podcast takes on The Weeknd’s new release (NOT EP), “My Dear Melancholy,.” Chris and Mike, along with special guest Jacob Tender (Bantha Fodder), discuss where the EP belongs in the

The MV Podcast 192: The Great Pop-Punk Debate

The Modern Vinyl guys invited me on to talk about Rolling Stone's pop-punk list. I defend AFI. Good times are had. via Modern Vinyl: On the newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast, the hosts debate and dissect Rolling Stone’

Welcome To Geekdom Episode 058: Stranger Things 2

Deanna and I talk about Stranger Things 2 which is SO good. Dustin and Steve are the show's best pair. via Welcome To Geekdom: Jacob Tender returns to the podcast to discuss the second season of Stranger Things. We talk