The audio journal about getting into the wilderness.
The outdoor recreation and adventure radio show and podcast about backcountry news and activities, like camping, backpacking, skiing, and snowshoeing. MORE...
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The WildeBeat is a public benefit project of the Earth Island Institute, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.
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The directories, review sites, or other podcasters listed below have recognized The WildeBeat for its quality of content and production.
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As featured in the June/July 2006 issue of the magazine
Tue, May 06, 2008
Thanks to Wilderness.net
Wilderness.net is a reference web site maintained as a partnership project of the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana's College of Forestry and Conservation, the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center, and the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute.
Wilderness.net has chosen to feature the WildeBeat on their main page. We thank them.
One very useful feature of the Wilderness.net site is their Find a Wilderness feature. Use it to find detailed information on over 700 of the protected wilderness areas in the U.S.
Mon, Aug 06, 2007
Welcome New Radio Listeners
We'd like to welcome our new listeners from these public radio stations:
If you'd like to hear the Wildebeat on your local public, community, or college station, please let them know, and then let us know.
Wed, Feb 21, 2007
Steve Interviewed by Bob Cartright
Steve was interviewed a couple of weeks ago by Bob Cartright of BackpackingLight.CO.UK. Bob produces a podcast about backpacking in the U.K. and Europe. Bob did this as part of a series of shows interviewing other podcasters who focus on outdoor recreation topics.
Here's a link to the Backpackinglight.CO.Uk podcasts. Here's a link directly to the audio:
Tue, Dec 19, 2006
Digg the WildeBeat?
No, this isn't a rhetorical question in Hippie or Beatnick speak. The technology-oriented social networking and bookmarking site, DIGG.com, now has a podcast directory. If you digg The WildeBeat, and are a registered member of their site, you can help others discover us by clicking on the "Digg it!" link on our Digg page.
Thu, Nov 16, 2006
Steve Appears on the One Minute Howto
George Smyth produces a podcast called One Minute Howto. Twice each week, he challenges someone to explain how to do something within one minute.
Steve appears in show number 77, How to Bear Bag.
Steve Interviewed on Podcast Alley
Podcast Alley is a large and popular directory site which lists tens of thousands of podcasts.
About two months ago, Steve was interviewed for a future cover story on Podcast Alley. That interview was just posted last night.
Read it HERE.
Sat, Nov 04, 2006
A Few Blogs to Check Out
We want to thank several bloggers who regularly recognize our work.
Two Heel Drive, A hiking blog
National Parks Traveler
The Adventure Blog
Mon, Aug 28, 2006
Review by a Podcast Fanatic
Bernadette, from Adelaide, Australia is fanatic about podcasts. That means she listens to a lot of them. She also writes thoughtful reviews, and posts them to her web site, PodcastFanatic.com.
Last Sunday, Bernadette reviewed The WildeBeat. At the end of her review she concluded:
...As an example of niche or specialist podcasting this is the show others should be measured against. Steve's enthusiasm for his subject is palpable, his knowledge and experience evident and his overall approach is so positive and practical that even a half-fit, nearly-40 urban dweller like myself feels inspired to head off to the wilderness sometime soon.
Tue, Oct 04, 2005
The WildeBeat Reviewed by Vox Monitor
The WildeBeat was the subject of Episode 56 of Vox Monitor, a podcast review podcast. [Warning: Contains adult language]
Eric and Cohry, the hosts, have some fun at our expense. They say that the show is not their cup of tea (or pack of smokes?). But in spite of whatever they're smoking, they generally praised the show overall.