Pod Save America[h]

Pod Save America is a political commentary podcast that brands itself as a “no-bullshit conversation about politics.” Developed and produced under Crooked Media, its origins are explained to be a direct result of the general hysteria/confusion in the media following the election of Donald Trump to the American Presidency in 2016. One of its enduring […]

TWIT.TV: This Week in Tech

Twit.tv’s This Week in Tech is a podcast based out of Petaluma, California. It focuses heavily on the new technology that is released or is rumored to be released. Episode 0 was recorded on January 17th 2005. However, the platform was started later in April 2005. The platform was started by the host of the show […]

A ‘Pretty Big’ Podcast

The podcast I chose to write about is one that is relatively new and slightly unconventional, but very interesting and insightful. Plus size model, body activist, and television presenter Ashley Graham aired her first episode of ‘Pretty Big Deal’ about a year ago on October 4th, 2018, (it can be found here). The format of […]

A Podcast You Should Know

Everyone loves to hear and learn about new things. With the podcast Stuff You Should Know, curiosity has no bounds. The thing that makes this podcast truly special is the fact that it has an episode for almost everything. Whether it is about evolution, art, space, etc. there is no shortage in variety of what […]

Pardon My Take

Pardon my take was first released on February 28th, 2016. The podcast is financed by Barstool sports and airs three times a week. (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). This podcast could be described as being a mix of sports and comedy. The two hosts of the podcast are Dan “Big Cat” Katz and Eric Sollenberger Aka, PFT […]

ESPN: First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman

Ashraya Sapkota The First take podcast airs on ESPN radio. It is a sports debate podcast hosted by Molly Querim, Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman. Stephen A Smith who has emerged as the face of ESPN recently has brought the show and podcast great attention. The show averages 400,000 to 500,000 daily viewers. Breaking […]

True Crime Podcast : Generation Why

18,411 subscribers. The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. The New Yorker claimed that podcasting was ‘humanising the news’ (Larson 2015). Larson (2015) further suggested that podcasting-as-audio-storytelling occupied a post-public radio space in the United States: ‘Creators of podcasts, which are largely […]