WPwatercooler is a ever growing network of live streamed and recorded WordPress shows and podcasts.

A weekly WordPress talk show

Live Fridays @ 11am pacific.

WordPress Social Media Marketing show

Live Thursdays @ 7pm pacific

Community Connections
Behind the scenes look at the people that make up the WordPress community

Live @ 7pm second Thursday of each month

Other Shows

WPshowandtell did you made a WordPress thing? Come show it off just like we use to do in elementary school.
Hallway Track discussions at a WordCamp near you!
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WPwatercooler - A Weekly WordPress Talk Show

WPwatercooler is recorded Friday at 11:00 am Pacific on YouTube Live.
418 videos to date!

EP242 – Structuring your WordPress Projects

This week on WPwatercooler we're going to be discussing how to structure your WordPress projects.
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Each week our host Jason Tucker brings together people from the WordPress community to discuss WordPress and how it is changing our businesses and our lives. This is built as a light-hearted edutainment show where education is an accidental byproduct of the entertainment.


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WPblab - A WordPress Social Media Marketing Show

WPblab is recorded Thursdays at 7pm PT live on YouTube

WPblab is a WordPress social media marketing show where we explore the various ways of marketing using WordPress. 

Hosted by Bridget Willard and Jason Tucker

Community Connections is recorded on the second Thursday of each month at 7pm PT live on YouTube.

Our next live stream is Today!.

WordPress is about community and on Community Connections Bridget Willard and Jen Miller take you behind the scenes into the lives of the people behind the platform. Learn how developers, designers, bloggers and other creatives grow WordPress and themselves through involvement in their local communities.

Hosted by Bridget Willard and Jen Miller

Hallway Track - WordCamp Hallway Interviews

Recording at a WordCamp near you

"Hallway Track" is a term used to describe one of the unofficial tracks that occurs in the hallways before, during and after the sessions that occur at a WordCamp.


    Hallway Track – WordCamp Los Angeles 2016

    WordCamp Los Angeles – Hallway Track, recorded September 10th & 11th, 2016 at Cal State University Los Angeles. Adam Silver – Silverlining Productions – KitchensinkWP Matt Cromwell – WordImpress – Give Alex Vasquez – DigiSavvy Greg Douglas – Premium Interactive James Huff – Automattic  
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    At WordCamp San Francisco 2013 Sé Reed and Jason Tucker were asked by the WordPress foundation to interview WordCamp attendees about their visit to WordCamp San Francisco. Since then Jason and Sé have been wanting to do this exact same thing at other WordCamps they have attended.

    Hosted by Sé Reed and Jason Tucker


    Jason Tucker
    Sé Reed

    WPshowandtell - Show off the WordPress thing you made

    Prerecorded and posted weekly

    Did you build a WordPress thing? Looking for a way to show it off? Come demo it in less than 15 minutes and share it with the world 

    Hosted by Jason Tucker


    Jason Tucker

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    We'll send you an email weekly letting you know what topic we discussed that week and what our upcoming topic is.


    1. Benjamin Rothman on July 14, 2017 at 8:48 am

      @jasontucker love to watch wpwatercooler but never know what the topic is going to be til hours before. Is there a month cal or something?

    2. Russell Aaron on July 17, 2017 at 8:37 am

      We were just talking about this on @WPwatercooler github.com/tfrommen/Dobby @jasontucker

    3. Radium Themes on July 20, 2017 at 3:59 pm

      EP241 – Structuring your data in WordPress @WPwatercooler buff.ly/2uf0G9z

    4. Cheryl Lynn 🎓☕️ on July 20, 2017 at 7:56 pm

      Love @WPblab nights! Tonight was @jasontucker and @verioussmith talking about marketing your WordPress meetup!

    5. Andy Fragen on July 21, 2017 at 4:54 pm

      @jasontucker @thewpcrowd your podcast feeds are messed up.

    6. Give on July 26, 2017 at 10:28 am

      For example, our friend @JasonTucker who is in IT for a nonprofit, recently setup a classroom to teach his volunteers the new tech. #npchat