Petty little rivalries are the best. And worst. It’s a Georgia-themed episode, evidently. Some topics: YOU CAN ORDER BILL’S BOOK NOW! Erk Russell was a fictional character. GSU, Louisiana, LSU, and stupid, petty politics and rivalries. Script...Show More Summary
As part of our special coverage on the future of journalism, we rounded up some of the best podcasts on the media business. The post 6 Essential Podcasts for News, Tech, and Political Junkies appeared first on WIRED.
Like many of you, I suspect, I turned to the political podcast, Keepin' it 1600 for comfort during the election. In fact, in the three weeks before the election, I listened to 1600 to the exclusion of everything else. Turns...
The best analysis & insight on the latest political polling With this latest PB/Polling Matters podcast the development, pioneered by pollster Keiran Pedley, is two years old during which time there have been more than 900k downloads with the million mark not that far off. PB began collaborating with Keiran a few months after the […]
On this episode of the WIRED Culture podcast, we're talking about what late-night presenters are doing political humor best. The post Which Late-Night TV Host Is Better at Trump Takedowns? appeared first on WIRED.
I was recording a podcast today with Roifield Brown, talking political conventions (it'll be up soon). One thing he asked me: "is America in its winter, or are its best days ahead?" I thought about it, and have thought about this for a while. I of course don't have an answer; nobody does. But I do have some concerns.
The comic has a new album, a new podcast, and no shortage of things he wants to get off his chest. The post Hari Kondabolu Is the Best Political Comedian You Don't Know Yet appeared first on WIRED.
I've been listening to John Dickerson's Whistlestop podcast. It's the best new thing. Each episode is 40 minutes, covering a moment in the history of Presidential politics. A convention, a campaign, a meltdown, a big win or loss. I was alive when many of these things happened but had no idea what was going on behind the scenes. Show More Summary
In the third hour of podcasting for their annual conundrum show, the Political Gabfest hosts finally get to the last (and best) question of 2015: Is it ever OK to pee in the shower? Is it a big transgression or a moral good? David Plotz...Show More Summary
Listen to this companion podcast from SiriusXM POTUS 124 In 2015, there's little doubt that plays (aka, influence strategies) were run in the race for The White House. Here are this year's awards for the best and worst in political playmaking: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
fri 10/9 If politics is your poison, come drink your cup at Politicon, a nonpartisan Comic-Con–style gathering for pundits. The event offers panels, debates, TV and film screenings, live radio, podcasts, comedy shows, Q&As, book readings, interviews, music performances and lots more. Confirmed participants include James Carville, Meghan McCain, David...
In the Arena this week, John O’Donovan, John McGuirk and Johnny Fallon tackle the new Social Democrats party, Water Charge payment rates and the continuing saga in Greece. Keep up to speed with Ireland’s best political podcast. This is the second episode with lots more to come. Lots more debate, interviews and opinion to come more...
Carl Koslowski at Hollywood In Toto reports leftist actor Ed Asner recently took an hour from his busy schedule to discuss both his career and political involvements with The Campaign with Ernie Powell on the Radio Titans podcast network. Asner played journalist Lou Grant, but he bizarrely thinks the media are not liberal at all. Show More Summary
This week's must-snag podcast is an easy pick: The latest EconTalk from Russ Roberts is a conversation with Glenn Reynolds, the University of Tennessee law prof who is best known as he web's own Instapundit. They're talking about politics, technology, and the Constitution. Click here to listen and go here to download the podcast.
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On this week’s social media edition of the Morning Media Menu, GalleyCat editor Jason Boog talked politics, flame wars, and a digital remake of the trusty reporter’s notebook. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
The Punktuation Podcast is a internet radio show that strives to bring the very best in local and Australian punk and hardcore music as well as news, reviews, politics and all things Punk. To celebrate the official launch of the podcast Punktuation will be bringing you two of Canberra finest offerings Yoko Oh No and [...]
Welcome back to Episode #12 of The Daily Interaction podcast. Today’s topic is to explore smart and effective ways to end conversations politely and yet firmly and in such a way that you still leave the best impression to boot. Life creates so many ways to engage with people and if you do enjoy interactions, [...]Show More Summary