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‘Between Two Founders’ returns with a new look and cohost

The latest episode of Technical.ly contributor Sean Sutherland's interview series — and the first since the COVID-19 pandemic began — introduces new cohost Leon Stanford, the founder of multimedia services firm Digital Empath Studios.

A promotional image for the latest "Between Two Founders" episode.

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Full disclosure: Technical.ly has been a partner in producing "Between Two Founders." The latest episode was filmed at ETC Baltimore, with whom Technical.ly has partnered on Baltimore Innovation Week. Neither ETC Baltimore nor Kapowza, the company whose chief marketing officer Sean Sutherland hosts the interview series and wrote this post's accompanying text, reviewed the final edited version of this article before publication.

In the seventh episode of “Between Two Founders,” the video series featuring conversations with local startup founders from the greater Baltimore region, host Sean Sutherland speaks with…

Hold on a second. This is different…

“Between Two Founders” has returned from its pandemic-imposed break with a new look and 100% less Dan [Schlepling, who cofounded Kapowza with Sutherland]. This first episode back also marks the debut of Leon Stanford, founder of the Baltimore-based Digital Empath Studios. And what better way to introduce the series’ new cohost than by making them take the hot seat themselves?

“I am just so excited to get back to interviewing founders the only way I know how: by being slightly off-kilter and unexpected,” Sutherland said about the new episode. “Leon was a true sport and we can’t wait to bring more ‘Between Two Founders’ goodness to the masses.”

Check out more in the interview below:

“Between Two Founders” was filmed in Digital Empath Studios’ offices at ETC Baltimore. If you’re with a local startup and interested in being featured in an upcoming episode, shoot Sean a note and share what makes your startup unique.

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