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    The “Metropocalypse” Podcast Is a Peek Into WAMU’s destiny

    WAMU’s Metropocalypse podcast debuted Monday, and it’s a fifteen-minute take a look at the shakypresent and hazy destiny of Washington’s public delivery machine. The show is likewise a peek into thedestiny of WAMU itself, which has gone through a foundational reorganization in recent months and is attempting to reach a larger audience via media beside […]

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    hot Pod: A podcast built-inintegrated that misses a lot, new listenership facts, and funny Australians

    also: become there a lag built-in the “Serial effect” on podcast consciousness? by NICHOLAS QUAH may additionally 31, 2016, 10:05 a.m. 10 Welcome to hot Pod, a newsletter approximately podcasts. that is issue seventy-5, published might also31, 2016. hotpod-built-in related ARTICLE warm Pod: a few essential new gamers are gobuilt-ing to alternate what humans thbuiltintegrated […]

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    Elections Podcast: Inviting a third To The celebration

    Our elections podcast group discusses whether an independent presidential candidate can shake mattersup in the popular election. Plus, we have a look at the 15 states (or is it 10?) that Donald Trump says he’lltarget this autumn. p.s. We’re coming to California! We’ll be in San Francisco on June 23 and la on June 25. […]

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    permit Ariana Grande and our favorite Celebuzz’d Podcast Episodes Rehydrate Your Weekend listen dangerously, sip responsibly.

    Do you earbuds sense a bit bit dry? if so, you must deal with them to an early satisfied hour with a mixedconcoction of our major Celebuzz’d podcasts to date — which feature discussions about pop culture and the Kardashian’s love for Velveeta cheese — after you concentrate through Ariana Grande’s today’salbum, risky female proper […]

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    2016: the year the podcast came of age

    You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. WHEN Jamie Morton discovered that his 60-year-old father had written an erotic novel called “Belinda Blinked”, he was appalled. A few weeks later, when reading passages of the book aloud to two university friends over dinner, Mr Morton saw the funny […]

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    Hear the Fear: The Rise of the Horror Podcast

    Paul Bae discovered the devastating power of stories 17 years ago in his boss’s office. Then a high-school teacher in Vancouver, the current comedian and podcast producer was summoned by his principal, whose answering machine hosted a stream of irate complaints regarding one of his lessons. “She called me in, shaking her head, and told […]

  • They’re all talk, but it seems everyone loves a podcast

    Baseball guru Billy Beane listens to Football Weekly and he was portrayed in a movie by Brad Pitt, which almost certainly means Angelina Jolie listens to Football Weekly. Illustration: Cameron Law Something fairly remarkable happened in Dublin last Tuesday. On a chilly March school night, just shy of one thousand people converged on Vicar Street […]