North Texas Commission Launches Podcast to Explore the Region
Weekly Podcast Explores Quality of Life and Unique Workplaces in North Texas
North Texas – The North Texas Commission, a public-private non-profit organization, launched a new podcast series that shines a light on the offerings in and around the North Texas region. Topic: North Texas, presented by Dallas County Community College District, features weekly 30-minute episodes examining everything from the Dallas Arboretum to the Fort Worth Zoo, from how biotech innovations fuels our economy to unique workplaces attracting young talent.
“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 Chris Wallace, president and CEO of the North Texas Commission.
Topic: North Texas is supported by Dallas County Community College District. To date, available episodes cover 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 podcasts are available through Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud.
Established in 1971, the North Texas Commission is a unique public-private partnership that drives large impactful projects and legislative issues benefiting a robust 13-county region. The organization tackles the region’s greatest challenges with subject matter experts who provide resources to market the region and educate future leaders. The Commission also manages the region’s unified advocacy voice at the state and federal levels.