DRONELIFE.com Launches New Drone Podcast: Weekly Wings

Weekly Wings new drone podcastDRONELIFE.com is proud to announce the launch of a new drone podcast series, Weekly Wings, hosted by DRONELIFE Contributing Editor Paul Rossi. The podcast will be co-hosted by professional drone pilots Terry Neff and Samuel Stansberry, offering a unique perspective on the latest trends and issues in the drone industry.

Paul Rossi, President of Nine Ten Drones, who supports the integration of UAS in Public Safety, Education, and AEC industries across the Southeast US, expressed his enthusiasm: “I am excited about this collaboration with DroneLife.com to share industry news, regulatory updates, and discuss current events with Samuel and Terry while helping DroneLife.com leverage new audio and visual media outlets to further connect with its audience. The UAS industry is moving faster than ever and we are here to help folks stay informed, serving up Weekly Wings.”

Samuel Stansberry, Flight Operations Manager at Causey Aviation Unmanned, highlighted the dynamic nature of the drone industry. “With something new happening every day, join us weekly as we dive into some of the hottest topics in the drone industry and the industries surrounding it.”

Terry Neff, Flight Network Specialist at Causey Aviation Unmanned, emphasized the forward-looking focus of the podcast. “Drones symbolize the frontier of tomorrow, and we’re poised to be its chroniclers. Our mission? To capture every moment of the future as it unfolds.”

Weekly Wings aims to review current trends and issues in the drone industry from the pilot perspective. The first official episode will launch on May 27, in honor of the US Memorial Day holiday.

Don’t miss it!  Stream Weekly Wings: FAA Reauthorization Act & Drone vs. F1 Car below!


In this premier episode, hosts Paul Rossi, Samuel Stansberry, and Terry Neff delve into an array of exciting topics sure to captivate drone enthusiasts and professionals alike.

The episode begins with a tribute to Memorial Day, expressing gratitude to those who served. The hosts then dive into the latest news and innovations in the drone industry. Key topics include an in-depth discussion on the FAA Reauthorization Act, highlighting crucial timelines for new BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight) regulations and their implications for the future of drone operations.

Listeners will also be treated to a thrilling segment featuring a race between the world’s fastest camera drone and an F1 car driven by Max Verstappen. This segment showcases the incredible advancements in FPV drone technology and offers a glimpse into the future of high-speed aerial filming.

The episode further explores the developments at Port San Antonio, where plans for an eVTOL vertiport promise to revolutionize urban air mobility. The conversation examines the potential impact on transportation and the exciting possibilities for integrating pilotless air taxis into everyday life.

Lastly, the hosts review recent drone light shows, including the debut of pyrotechnic drone displays in the United States. This segment promises breathtaking aerial visuals and a discussion on the logistical challenges of synchronizing fireworks with drone flights.

Tune in to Weekly Wings to stay informed and inspired by the latest trends and innovations in the world of drones. Subscribe now and join us as we explore the heights of what’s possible in drone technology.

Key Segments:
– Memorial Day Tribute
– FAA Reauthorization Act Overview
– World’s Fastest Camera Drone vs. F1 Car
– eVTOL Developments at Port San Antonio
– Spectacular Drone Light Shows with Pyrotechnics

Stay connected with us for more updates, expert insights, and industry happenings. Fly safe and see you next week!

Miriam McNabbMiriam McNabb

Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, a professional drone services marketplace, and a fascinated observer of the emerging drone industry and the regulatory environment for drones. Miriam has penned over 3,000 articles focused on the commercial drone space and is an international speaker and recognized figure in the industry.  Miriam has a degree from the University of Chicago and over 20 years of experience in high tech sales and marketing for new technologies.
For drone industry consulting or writing, Email Miriam.


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