CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) and MindRocket Media Group Launch New Podcast Series to Support K-12 EdTech Leaders in the Digital Age

Monthly program to feature experts with timely insights on the ever-changing world of school system technology
Washington, DC and Nashville, TN
Thursday, February 6, 2020
CoSN and MindRocket Media Group today launched The CoSN Podcast, designed to digitally support K-12 school district technology leaders with timely insights from recognized experts in the field. The first episode is available now on all major platforms and features an interview with Beth Holland, CoSN Project Director — Digital Equity and Rural Initiatives.
 
The program will feature a new episode each month, with bonus episodes in February and March during the lead up to the CoSN Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
 
 
 
“CoSN and MindRocket are elevating the voices of today’s innovative edtech experts and thought leaders on an increasingly popular digital platform through The CoSN Podcast. We are excited to better support the success of school district technology leaders, and ultimately students, across the country with just a click of the ‘play’ button,” said Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN.
 
 
The CoSN Podcast will support ongoing professional learning for current and aspiring K-12 edtech leaders by leveraging CoSN’s extensive network of visionary technology leaders and MindRocket’s unmatched expertise in crafting and amplifying compelling stories across all areas of the K-12 education industry.
 
Hosted by Dr. Rod Berger, CEO of MindRocket Media Group, whose interviews and articles have appeared in a variety of publications including Forbes, Huffington Post, Scholastic, edCircuit and EdTechReview India, upcoming episodes of the podcast will focus on a variety of key topics: what new K-12 CTOs need to know, Esports in schools, how IT leaders and business partners can work together, and more.
 
 
“With The CoSN Podcast, we’re looking forward to engaging conversations with both the visionary leaders and hands-on operators who drive all facets of school system technology,” said Berger. “The show will highlight the invaluable industry expertise CoSN is known for and give listeners access to insights drawn from deep expertise. I’m excited to move forward with this partnership.”
 
 
New episodes of the podcast will be published on edcircuit.com and cosn.org. To find out more about the show and learn how to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more, visit cosn.org/podcast.
 
MEDIA CONTACTS:
CoSN: Heidi Payter, hpayter@fratelli.com, 202-822-9491
MindRocket Media Group: Ross Romano, rromano@mindrocketglobal.com, 856-498-7765
 
About CoSN 
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for school system technology leaders. CoSN provides thought leadership resources, community best practices and advocacy tools to help leaders succeed in the digital transformation. CoSN represents over 13 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. cosn.org
 
About MindRocket Media Group
MindRocket Media Group is a strategic advisory firm focused on providing communications, brand-building, media production, network development, and go-to-market support to companies operating within the K-20 education and education technology sectors worldwide. With a foundation built on years of experience and broad expertise within the education industry, we leverage the power of community and storytelling to make a difference in the industry. Our market knowledge, progressive strategies, and well-established relationships allow us to influence, support, and represent the change-makers who drive the business of education across the U.S. and abroad. Learn more at https://www.mindrocketmediagroup.com.