Jonathan Wilson Interview

the blizzard Jonathan Wilson Interview

In this episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, Richard Farley chats with football writer and author Jonathan Wilson to discuss the launch of the brand-new football magazine The Blizzard.

Farley explores why Wilson saw a need to start the publication, discusses the business model and what makes The Blizzard different. Wilson also discusses some of the stories in Issue Zero and how the writers are able to remove the shackles to explore topics and formats that they otherwise would not be able to pursue with traditional media organizations such as newspapers.

These are just a few of the several fascinating topics that Farley and Wilson discuss.

To learn more about The Blizzard, visit theblizzard.co.uk. Or read EPL Talk’s review of The Blizzard.

The interview with Jonathan Wilson is part of a series of interviews EPL Talk has released in the past week. In case you missed the others, listen to chats with Shaka Hislop, Tommy Smyth and Robbie Earle. And keep an eye out for an interview with Arsenal and Liverpool legend Michael Thomas later this week.


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Jonathan Wilson Interview

In this episode, Richard Farley chats with Jonathan Wilson about the launch of The Blizzard, a new quarterly magazine that has made quite a splash on the football world. Wilson discusses the genesis of the idea, why there’s a need for it, the objectives of the publication and describes the types of stories you can find in there as well a discussion about the business model.

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