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Eric Turner

Eric Turner


Summary

Eric Turner is a writer and digital marketer with a lot of ideas and no clue. Eric is obsessed with storytelling in any and all of it's forms, from high literature to abstract art to pro wrestling. Eric has been featured in The Guardian and enjoys working with people from all around the globe.

Education

Eric studied Business Administration at the SUNY University at Albany, with intentions to enter law school. When it became apparent that law school wasn't for him, Eric had to scramble and ended up here. Eric has yet to graduate after taking some time off but intends to return to SUNY Albany to finish his degree in 2020 (or maybe 2021, all things considered.)

Work History

Eric began his career in 2016 writing narrative non-fiction for Popularium, and grew from there into writing content for businesses. He's written for many companies on many subjects, and took those skills to a career in digital marketing. Eric was the community manager of Slant.co (now Lustre.AI) and marketing lead for app Mixtape. Eric continues to write, most relevantly about podcasts and other enticing audio for Vurbl.
two girls murdered
With so many true crime podcasts out there, it can be difficult to find the podcast you want. Especially if you’re the most interested in cases with no solution. Unsolved murder podcasts aren’t the most popular because they don’t tell the neatest story. However, for many people they’re the most fascinating. Whether you want to...
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Nine minutes does not seem like a lot of time, but for George Floyd, a Black man from Minneapolis, it was the difference between life and death, For Minnesota and many other cities around the U.S., the death of Mr. Floyd on May 25, 2020, marked the difference between peace and protest. Beginning in Minnesota...
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Baby Geniuses Podcast Review
“Baby Geniuses is a show for people who know stuff and people who don’t know stuff.” Unsurprisingly, two comedy writers can write a better description of their own podcast than anyone else. The only way to describe this podcast is that: two very funny people who both know stuff and don’t know stuff share knowledge....
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man & woman looking at snow on tv
Many TV shows that would be great never make it to air. Dead Pilot’s Society is an ode to those shows, taking their unproduced scripts and letting them see the light of day. With access to many of the best-unproduced scripts in the TV world, Dead Pilot’s Society produces a table reading for each of...
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Woman with meat cleaver
When sifting through tabletop RPG podcasts, you’ll find the same issue as in many tabletop RPG pursuits: they all tend to focus on D&D. Dungeons & Dragons has maintained its place atop the throne since the beginning of the hobby, and disputedly deserves it. But even if you love chocolate ice cream, you want something...
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Best GAme Design Podcasts
Whether you’re an aspiring game designer or game developer or just a fan of games, game design is an interesting topic. The best game design podcasts pull back the curtain on the thinking behind some of the most popular, most playable games of all time. Learning from the professionals what makes game ticks can be...
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Best Podcasts for Working Out
If you’re finding it difficult to stay motivated in your exercise routine, podcasts might be the cure for you. The best podcast for working out will draw you into what you’re doing, and keep your brain engaged while you go. Motivational podcasts for the gym can be a great way to draw you into your...
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Best Wrestling Podcasts
The world of wrestling is bright and vibrant… sometimes. And sometimes it’s dark and dingy. Most of the time it’s both. And the best wrestling podcasts bring that to light. Every day, a couple hours of audio are uploaded online that show wrestling from a perspective very few people have ever gotten to see it...
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Best Sports Crime Podcasts
True crime podcasts are always great because there’s just something so fascinating about the circumstances surrounding law-breaking. When you can find a true-crime podcast that piques some of your other interests, too, that’s even better. That’s why, for many people, sports and crime podcasts – sports stories where crime is involved – are some of...
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NFL Draft Podcasts
The NFL Draft is fast approaching, and it’s a welcome sight with sports on hold at the moment. While the NFL trudges forward with their plans, they’ve left fans at home to bring this classic broadcast to them. If you’re starved for sports, you need to tune in. But if you haven’t been following the...
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What Happened When Podcast Review
Tony Schiavone was the voice of the Turner Network’s WCW from its boom to its bust. What Happened When is a collection of stories from that time, and an expert view on wrestling from the early 80s to the modern-day. If you enjoy wrestling or just a good laugh, this What Happened When podcast review...
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Arn is the podcast every wrestling fan needs to listen to. With one of the legends of the sport opening up for the first time in many years, it’s impossible to capture the richness of content in any Arn podcast review. Brought to you again by Conrad Thompson, this podcast is another in a series...
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Gruesome crime podcasts
Let’s be honest: you want the most gruesome, most addictive crime podcasts you can find. When you’re listening to serial killer podcasts, you want to know the most disturbing stories there are. You want to know the gritty details and the unresolved cases. The big mysteries and the horror movie type plots that you can’t...
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Something to Wrestle Review
A lifelong fan meets a lifelong creative executive in Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard. Vince McMahon’s long time right-hand man, Bruce Prichard recalls and retells the story of WWE history. Bruce is keen to get a little creative with his stories, but cohost Conrad Thompson refuses to let him off the hook. Each episode...
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Irishmin Review
Vox writer (by way of SBNation) and comedian Ryan Simmons takes on Martin Scorsese’s modern classic one step at a time in The Irishmin. With the express goal to not miss a single detail of the film, Ryan set out to watch the epic movie one minute at a time. Releasing daily Monday through Friday,...
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