Using your podcast to publish
Monetizing and publicizing your podcast are difficulties encountered by many podcasters. Publishing a book using the content of your podcasts leverages your already established audience to promote your shows. “Perspectives on the Public Interest”, a 300-page hardcover coffee table book, features adapted Public Interest Podcast interviews with those who seek to improve the state of the world. These conversations are intended to ennoble public service, create a platform for positive civil discourse, and facilitate dialogue with difference. The stories within the pages of this book provide insight into the lives of men and women who seek to leave the world better than they found it. In this book explore the imaginative, iterative process of discovery that led to the identification of autoimmune disease. Delve into a behind-the-scenes look at how major news networks shape national discourse. Learn how one entrepreneur uses business to create social change. Glean wisdom from politicians of varying partisan persuasions. Gain insight into the corruption that riddles the United Nations, the effects of the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War on the rise of the Nation of Islam, and how communist and totalitarian regimes collapsed amid tales of assassination and intrigue. publicinterestpodcast.com/p/book.html
About Jordan Cooper
Jordan has long valued public service. Jordan believes strongly in giving back to his community which is why he twice ran for a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates in the 2014 and 2018 election cycles. He has served his community as the President of the Luxmanor Citizens Association, as the Chair of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Customer Advisory Board, on the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board, the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee, and the Rockville Selective Service Board. Jordan is the Host of Public Interest Podcast and the President of Rotunda, LLC. Jordan has been involved with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act across the public and private sectors in hospitals, health insurance organizations, advocacy groups, the state legislature, and physician groups. Jordan has a master’s degree in health policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Vassar College. Jordan was born and raised in Montgomery County, Maryland.