SOUTHFIELD — There’s a new podcast covering technology and engineering news in Michigan.
The M2 TechCast is webcast live Mondays at 3 p.m. at http://www.podcastdetroit.com. It’s recorded at Podcast Detroit’s studios in Ferndale.
And it’s available by Wednesday on the M2 TechCast page on the audio content website Soundcloud.com.
Hosting the podcast are Matt Roush, director of communications and public relations at The Engineering Society of Detroit, and Mike Brennan, longtime Michigan tech journalist and publisher of Michigan Technology News, http://www.mitechnews.com.
Here’s a link to the most recent edition of the TechCast.
The episode features software developer Neal Anderson talking about software that can help World Series pitchers determine the best pitch to throw individual batters — the product of an analysis of more than a million baseball pitches.
Also, Ferris State University assistant professor Suzanne Miller, who runs the school’s construction technology and management programs, talks about the high-tech buildings of the future and getting more women in the construction, design and energy industries.
And the three women behind the podcast Diva Tech Talk, formerly known as the Digital Divas, talked about their businesses and their podcast. The show also features technology industry experts Kathleen Norton-Schock, Nicole Johnson Scheffler, and Amanda Lewan.
The Podcast Detroit studios were established by Bob Waltenspiel and David Phillips, creators of the IT in the D podcast aired live Mondays from 9 to 11 p.m. that draws upwards of 300,000 listeners a week. It’s currently home to more than 20 other podcasts.