My favorite podcasts for 2020, from NPR's "Code Switch" to "Welcome to Nightvale."
Noncommercial US public radio broadcaster National Public Radio (NPR) doesn’t get the same level of vitriol from conservatives as its television counterpart, PBS. However, NPR still occasionally sees a spike in
It’s been a year since I’ve written about my favorite geeky (or non-geeky) podcasts. As I promised in that post, it’s time to look at what my
Podcasts have become a prominent form of audio listening, and serve as an alternative to traditional radio. That said, traditional radio broadcasters aren’t ignoring the medium. Podcast analytics firm Podtrac reports
A lot’s changed in the podcast world—and what I listen to—since I last wrote about some of my favorite podcasts a year ago. Here’s an
ESPN is shutting down its comments section.
Recent podcast successes like “Serial” have kicked off a revival in audio programming that often rises above the state of conventional radio. There’s a podcast on every subject imaginable,
It’s been a year since I last wrote about what podcasts I’m listening to. Thus, I thought I’d give an update on some of what I’
Today’s Election Day. Again, I hope everyone’s remembered to go vote. As for watching the election returns, there’ll be plenty of places to turn to for such.
Starting tomorrow, NPR’s dropping comments from its site. NPR made the announcement last week, stating that while they want interaction with their users, very few people visiting their sites bothered to