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North Texas Commission launches weekly podcast: Topic: North Texas

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There are a lot of economic development examples that can be seen happening across North Texas. A new media platform is making it possible to listen to it as well.

North Texas Commission [NTC] recently launched “Topic: North Texas,” a weekly podcast that explores North Texans’ life, work and play balance, as it related to the economic growth the region is experiencing.

The podcast series is presented and supported by Dallas County College.

“’Topic: North Texas’ is not only a vehicle to educate North Texans about their community, but it also serves as a tool for our chambers and economic development professionals as a way to spread the message that our region is the best place to expand and relocate,” said NTC president and CEO Chris Wallace.

Each episode on the series is about 30 minutes long and is hosted by NTC team members Ashley Mergele and Patrick Brophey.

The hosts travel across the region to learn about interesting places and interview people responsible for it, showcasing North Texas’ offering in the process.

The series has so far covered the Texas state legislature, the Dallas Arboretum, the police officer behind Southlake DPS’s award-winning social media feeds and the newly opened KidZania in Frisco.

The podcast is available to listen to through Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud.

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