Joe Cermele shares his story of creating a life around fishing media. We find out how he started in this field, became the youngest Editor of Field & Stream Magazine, and produced content there for over a decade. We also chat about his time with the Meat Eaters when he hosted the Bent Podcast for a couple of years and the behind-the-scenes stories of recording Das Boat.
You know Joe is a content-creating machine and the good news is that he now has his very own podcast that he runs himself. We dig into a little bit of that today. Plus, Joe also shares some advice for people that are starting out in the media industry. This is a good one and is now my new favorite episode! Check it out!
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Show Notes with Joe Cermele
7:30 – Joe came up with the Hook Shots video series he shot, hosted, and edited for 11 years. That was also the first podcast that he recorded and edited.
08:30 – Joe tells the story of how they produced content for Meat Eater’s Bent Podcast – the challenges pre, mid, and post-production.
17:15 – Joe has a new podcast called, Cut & Retie
22:20 – I noted the blog post by Kevin Kelly, A Thousand True Fans
27:45 – Outdoor Life was a sister publication of Field & Stream – Joe was also the fishing Editor of Outdoor Life for 2 years.
36:20 – Joe produced 2 seasons of a show called, B-Side Fishing for Meat Eaters
46:20 – Tim Landwehr was on the podcast in episode 273. Joe did an episode with Tim at the Menominee River for Meat Eater’s Das Boat.
51:50 – Joe tells talks about how he started with a local magazine called, New Jersey Angler as an intern.
59:00 – Stripers are Joe’s go-to fish since it’s his hometown favorite.
1:10:00 – Joe recently listened to the Woodside Podcast and he recommends this one
You can find Joe on Instagram @joe.cermele138
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