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Pod People #9: Beef and Dairy Network

At first glance, a podcast called Beef and Dairy Network might seem like a weird addition to the comedy and pop culture-savvy Maximum Fun podcast network. With its simple logo and the cheery straight-faced delivery of its host, it would… Continue Reading →

Pod People #8: 2 Dope Queens and Embedded

This spring, it seems like the podcast world has taken the seasonal feeling of growth and renewal to heart. Promising new shows are suddenly popping up everywhere, including two great ones from NPR and public radio powerhouse WNYC. From WNYC,… Continue Reading →

Pod People #7: Alice Isn’t Dead

Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor’s Welcome to Night Vale is a podcast cult darling. The show, which takes the form of increasingly bizarre community radio updates in the titular small town of Night Vale, delivers strange, funny and creepy stories with… Continue Reading →

Pod People #6: Reply All

Reply All describes itself as “a show about the internet,” but this tagline undersells the show’s breadth and unique approach. More than just a rundown of stories about how Reddit or Wikipedia work, Reply All is actually a show about… Continue Reading →

Pod People #5: Hello from the Magic Tavern

The podcast realm has proven to be fertile ground for improv comedy. Taking advantage of the medium’s ability to revive audio storytelling, plus its self-promotional aspects, improv podcasts are both a platform for showcasing talent, and a way to play… Continue Reading →

Pod People #4: Serial, Season Two

Pod People is a regular feature in which Abby Olcese explores the world of podcasts, introducing you to work-friendly listening options beyond This American Life and Radiolab. December has been a great month for podcast nerds. Blacklist Table Reads put… Continue Reading →

Pod People #3: Blacklist Table Reads

Pod People is a regular feature in which Abby Olcese explores the world of podcasts, introducing you to work-friendly listening options beyond This American Life and Radiolab. One of the things that makes podcasting great is its potential for versatility…. Continue Reading →

Pod People #2: I Was There Too

Pod People is a regular feature in which Abby Olcese explores the world of podcasts, introducing you to work-friendly listening options beyond This American Life and Radiolab. I Was There Too Ever wondered who voiced the two-headed podrace announcer in… Continue Reading →

Pod People #1: Limetown

As of this year, 21-34 year olds make up the largest portion of the workforce. We millennials have taken on day jobs to pay off our loans and fund our dreams, and those jobs take on many forms—some of them kind of… Continue Reading →

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