This week, Chris is pleased to announce that his podcast has been rebranded, and will henceforth be known as the Bacon and Naes podcast, featuring new music from the band Vanlade and new cover art by Tim Pickerill.
Naes released a short “preview” episode Thursday morning where he discussed the new show.
Former “On the Road…” subscribers should see the switch soon, if they haven’t already. Some podcast apps like PocketCasts may require an artwork refresh in the settings.
Chris’ social media handles have also changed accordingly. You can now find him @baconandnaes on Instagram and Twitter.
Thanks for your continued support and we’ll see you on Bacon and Naes in 2017!
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1 year ago
The Friday Aural rounds up the favorite podcast episodes we listened to this week as submitted by ONYXedge Podcasters. None of the podcasts featured on The Friday Aural are a part of the ONYXedge Studios Podcast Network.
We also invite members of our Facebook Community to submit their own submissions to The Friday Aural to be featured on the series. Join the ONYXedge Studios Podcast Listener Group on Facebook and become a part of the OES community.
The Friday Aural for 6/2/17
Podcast: E and C’s pod of Awesomeness
Submitted by: Chris Naes (Bacon and Naes)
“This podcast is a breakdown of this great match from 1996. Shawn and Mick go into great detail and give insight into a feigned mess-up during the match that people ask about to this day. Watch the match while you listen!”
Episode: Null and Void
“A really interesting look into jury nullification. This is something you could be arrested for talking about. It starts with a woman that served jury duty and had a conflict of conscience when the rest of the jury wanted to convict the defendant. What happened next was really unusual.”
Podcast: The Aubrey Marcus Podcast
” ‘I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.’ – Bilbo Baggins.
That’s the quote that has been in my head the past couple weeks, as I’ve found myself overcommited on projects and just taking on more than I can reasonably do. To the point where I don’t do anything. Except for obsess over the things I need to do. I’ve been a fan of Gary Vaynerchuk for a few months now. I don’t even remember how I discovered him, but I know I was late to the party. I don’t consider myself an entreprenuer, although who knows what may happen as Onyx Edge Studios continues. But this episode kind of lit that fire under my ass to get moving. No, I didn’t quit my job to podcast full time or anything like that. I opened up that word processor with the ‘in progress’ novel I’ve been working on for the past few years, and commited to finishing it.”Post Views: 12
2 years ago
Top 10 ONYXedge Podcast Episodes in 2016
2016 has been a great year for ONYXedge Studios, with some great episodes. As we prepare to jump head first into 2017, lets take a look back at the Top 10 episode released on the network this year (as determined by listener/download count). And because we love you, this isn’t one of those horrid slideshows. 🙂
Honorable Mentions: The Exorcism of Jordan Wakefield & Anarchy Wrestling Wrap-up and Metallica Album Review
Almost neck and neck for making in into the Top 10, these two episodes just barely missed out on making the list.
10: Easily Offended
The Rent is Due Episode 4
At number 10 on the list is the fourth episode of the Rent is Due, which debuted on the network this year.
The Watchers on the Couch Episode 25
This WotC episode following the most anticipated event of Season 6 of Game of Thrones enters the list at number 9.
On the Road with ThorHammer Episode 22
In this episode, Chris takes you to band practice with him.
On the Road with ThorHammer Episode 43
The infamous Eight Kids session was so massive that it had to be broken up into four parts.
The High Files Episode 14
Jordan and guest, Tony Heman, discuss augmented reality.
The High Files Episode 16
The last episode of The High Files in 2016 shot up the ranks in a matter of days as it rockets into the Top 5 position!
The Rent is Due Episode 11
In this episode, the gang is joined by professional wrestlers Pierre Abernathy and Evan Gelistico of Saint Louis Anarchy.
The Watchers on the Couch Episode 26
The Game of Thrones Season 6 finale recap episode enters the top 3 highest listened to episodes for the year.
The High Files Episode 15
Jordan is joined by guest Khadija Bazzi Hamdar of the A Muslim Pearl in a Western Shell podcast in this very special episode that is the second most listened to episode on the network for 2016.
The High Files Episode 13
With four spots on the top 10 list, The High Files undoubtedly is the podcast of the year on ONYXedge, with a slow start when it debuted at the beginning of the year but a huge gain in the last five months.
The Most Listened to Episode for 2016 goes to this episode featuring Chris Naes of Bacon and NaesPost Views: 18
1 year ago
Hey everyone, it’s Tim. Just wanted to pop in to announce that my new series ONedge: Inside ONYXedge Studios has officially “launched.”
I know, I know. The blog has been available on YouTube, and the audio has been available on our website, Soundcloud, and Spreaker for a few weeks now. But now, it’s available on all (or at least most) of the big podcasting platforms: iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. Which means if it’s not already on your podcast listening app of choice, it should be within the next few days.
If you’ve been following ONedge developments, I mentioned in a previous post and on the show itself, that I wanted to wait until there was enough of a following to give me a ratings/reviews boost on iTunes to try and get the show into the New and Noteworthy section.
Despite all the platforms out there to consume audio content, iTunes is still the Big Daddy Kane of the podcast distribution world. Aspiring podcasters covet the New and Noteworthy section of the iTunes Store. A magical place where a podcast will be visible for about 8 weeks in your chosen category, and the only thing you need to do is get a lot of up front subscribers, 5 star ratings, and reviews.
If you are a podcaster, or thinking about starting a podcast, that’s what nearly everyone with a Podcast Course will tell you… next to “defining your avatar.” You have a few critical weeks at the beginning to really get your show out there, and you need the ratings, reviews, and subscribers to get to that hot spot.
Thing is… it’s not true. At least according to this article and some other folks in the Podcaster Community on Facebook. So I decided to scrap the whole soft launch idea, and just put the show out there. Of course, ratings and reviews are always welcome, and they help give a podcast credibility when people are searching for something to listen to, so feel free to help in that way if you are so inclined.
The best way to support ONedge though, is to let me know what you’d like to know. It is, after all, a show about what we are doing here at the studio across all of our programming.
You can subscribe to ONedge through the links below, or in the sidebar.Post Views: 8