Pitch Media Asia Podcasts

“Voice of the Asian Tech Ecosystem”
Podcast host Graham Brown talks to leading storytellers in Asia to share the challenges of digital transformation and marketing innovation.

Increasingly businesses are facing the challenge of moving from being a stack of departments to an ecosystem of partners. Where the stack was bound by payroll and ownership, ecosystems are bound by story. Podcasts are a powerful tool for internal communication and change within tech ecosystems.


pitch deck asia podcast
“Your Story Your Words”
Pitchdeck Asia is a megaphone for the Asian Startup Ecosystem. We give Startups a platform to tell their story. We call this the “longform pitch”.

There are 5 million startups and 500,000 angel investors in Asia. Most of these startups are “ugly”. Not personal. The best ones don’t ace pitch competitions. In fact, this thesis is supported by many leading investors such as Jason Calacannis and Paul Graham (Y-Combinator) who said “The best ideas are often disguised as bad ideas”.

The current models of connecting these key stakeholders (pitch competitions, demo days, speed dating, angel networks) are broken. By giving Founders an opportunity to tell their startup story on their own terms we believe we give investors the best insight (what we call the “emotional due diligence”) into the who & why of the startup.

“Eat it like an Ice Cream”
Podcast hosts Graham Brown and K Bharath discuss the “how to” of launching a successful podcast in Asia. They discuss everything from the business aspects of podcasting to the technical know-how of using a Shure SM7B microphone (“eat it like an ice cream!”).

With over 500 podcast episodes produced between us, we’ve learned how to podcast through years of trial and error. Whether it’s buying the wrong microphone, building a studio or forgetting to hit RECORD when you sit with a much-anticipated guest, we’ve done the failing for you so you don’t have to repeat those costly mistakes.


esports asia podcast
Hosts Andi Bangasawan and Sabir Ansari invite guests into the podcast studio to share the insights and learnings on what’s going on in Asia’s booming Esports ecosystem.

Esports will soon feature in the SEA Games as a medal sport. Asian governments are increasingly recognizing Esports as an official qualification and investing heavily in training. With sponsor money also pouring into the industry, we are seeing a rapid professionalization of what was once a niche cottage industry. Hosts Andi and Sabir are here to capture and make sense of that change.