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Best Coverage podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Coverage podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Helping creators determine how the news affects their careers and projects. Join Bandrew Scott every Sunday evening as he deconstructs the latest YouTube, Social Media, and Streaming news to help you avoid the hysteria and focus on what's important; creating content. On occasion Bandrew also shares insights into creating for the Podcastage YouTube channel which has over 130,000 subscribers and 25 Million views.
 
A tech podcast for the gadget lovers and tech heads among us from the mind of Marques Brownlee, better known as MKBHD. MKBHD has made a name for himself on YouTube reviewing everything from the newest smartphones to cameras to electric cars. Pulling from over 10 years of experience covering the tech industry, MKBHD will keep you informed and entertained as he takes a deep dive into the latest and greatest in tech and what deserves your hard earned cash. New episodes every other week. Link to ...
 
Weekly wrap of events of the week peppered with context, commentary and opinion by a superstar panel. Click here to support Newslaundry: http://bit.ly/paytokeepnewsfree See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Since President Trump took office the number of people without health insurance in the U.S. has risen by nearly 2 million, joining tens of millions of others without coverage. Health professionals now worry some coronavirus victims may avoid visiting doctors, helping COVID-19 to spread. Simon Ostrovsky reports on a new federal policy that's driving…
 
Celebrities Ben Stiller, Lisa Kudrow, Courtney Cox, and Adam Scott get together to raise money for #RedNoseDay. This is the first time this has been done in an escape room format. Hosted by Jack Black, this special event is filled with twists and turns. It incorporates beautifully and elaborately designed rooms filled with celeb trivia, exciting ca…
 
Clay Travis decided to change his plans and come in for this Memorial Day weekend kick-off, and Jason Whitlock is in the house to talk about sports and America! Clay talks NHL getting some shine, as they may be first major team sport in the U.S. to return, and has some positive news to share. Plus, Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania joins Outkick t…
 
Part 2 of our veteran value edition brings you more vets and even more vets! Who to buy and who to hold? Well after the NFL draft, we’ll look at 4 more teams and discuss the veteran value on each team. So sit back, crack a cold one with us, & enjoy! Baltimore Ravens Indianapolis Colts Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Socially Active Patreon Twi…
 
As the country begins to open up, more people may be considering expanding their social circles beyond their immediate household. MIT Technology Review's Gideon Lichfield recently broke two months of isolation to form a "bubble" or "quaranteam" with friends, and wrote a guide about how to navigate this new reality for some. NewsHour Weekend's Megan…
 
Brazil is on track to become the newest hotspot in the coronavirus pandemic with more than 300,000 confirmed cases and at least 20,000 deaths from COVID-19. A lack of social distancing mandates and warnings are contributing to the rise. Hari Sreenivasan spoke with New York Times reporter Ernesto Londoño from Rio de Janeiro to learn more.…
 
In this episode of NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri is joined by our in-house team of Raman Kirpal, Mehraj D Lone, Manisha Pande and Anand Vardhan. Talking about the Covid-19 cases at Zee News, and Newslaundry’s recent report about the cluster, Abhinandan says the employees who tested positive “might not get the sympathy that they should get, because of…
 
On Friday, President Trump declared houses of worship "essential," calling on governors to reopen them. Some beaches and lakes are also allowing visitors as Americans mark the Memorial Day holiday. But as the pandemic rages on, flags across the country are currently at half-staff for a different somber milestone: the more than 95,000 people in the …
 
The Trump administration has emphasized the possibility that the novel coronavirus was accidentally released by scientists at a Chinese lab. While that accusation remains unproven, China's oversight of such scientific research has come under scrutiny in the past, and now, an area in which the U.S. and China previously collaborated has grown fraught…
 
Scientists say antibody testing could be a key tool in the fight against the novel coronavirus. Still, many questions remain about the accuracy of antibody testing. The Food and Drug Administration has tried to crack down on inaccurate tests, but scientists aren't even sure yet what a positive test means for immunity. John Yang reports.…
 
Gerry and Bryan have thoughts on recently announced changes to upcoming Pro Tours and as you might expect, they’re fired up! Listen while they bring you up to speed on the curious case of the disappearing two million dollars, and why it’s completely disingenuous to write off the retroactive changes as a necessary reaction to Covid-19. In the midst …
 
Clay Travis decided to change his plans and come in for this Memorial Day weekend kick-off and speaks about college campuses and schools re-opening. Lance Taylor joins Clay to talk about all the top sports stories and Jason Whitlock is in the house to talk about sports and America for a whole hour! Clay talks NHL getting some shine, as they may be …
 
Bruce Gradkowski, Former NFL QB/Analyst for Pro Football Focus, joins the show to talk about the Rodgers/Love dynamic, the NFL Draft and more. What were his thoughts on the Packers taking Jordan Love in the first round? Does a move like that hurt for someone like Aaron Rodgers? Would he put Aaron Rodgers as a top five QB in the NFL? How hard will i…
 
As U.S. businesses prepare for gradual reopenings, the number of Americans filing for unemployment seems to be leveling off. Still, the Labor Department says more than 38 million people sought jobless benefits in the past nine weeks. But as he departed for Michigan to tour a Ford factory now making ventilators, President Trump insisted that economi…
 
A newly released analysis of coronavirus' spread in the U.S. suggests a haunting hypothetical: that if social distancing and stay-at-home orders had been implemented only a week earlier, more than 30,000 lives might have been saved. But that alternate scenario relies upon computer-based modeling that has its limitations. Miles O'Brien joins Judy Wo…
 
The Washington, D.C., metropolitan area is one of three regions where cases of the coronavirus are plateauing, instead of declining. It includes parts of Virginia, whose governor, Ralph Northam, approved the phased reopening of most of his state last week. Northam, a medical doctor, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss continuing outbreaks in Northern Vi…
 
U.S. transit workers have been hit hard by the coronavirus. More than 120 have died from the disease just within New York City Transit, and drivers and transport workers represent the second-largest share of work-related cases, according to a Harvard study. Sarah Feinberg, interim president of New York City Transit, joins William Brangham to discus…
 
During this unprecedented crisis, we all have questions -- and the NewsHour is turning to experts for answers. In this edition of Ask Us, virologist Angela Rasmussen of Columbia University joins Amna Nawaz to take viewer questions on transmission of the novel coronavirus, including whether it can be contracted from swimming pools and street surface…
 
On this week's episode, Dane and Will DeBerg (assistant coach, University of St. Thomas) review the film of Minnesota natives, Daniel Oturu (Cretin Derham Hall) and Zeke Nnaji (Hopkins). Both Oturu and Nnaji have declared for the draft, and could be selected in the first round. As big men, how might Oturu and Nnaji fit in today's modern and smaller…
 
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis answer patron questions about a range of Magic and non-Magic related topics. How to Learn Limited by Paul Rietzl: https://www.channelfireball.com/all-strategy/articles/how-to-learn-limited/ CFB Pro is now available, check out the details here: https://www.channelfireball.com/pro/ Limited Resources is…
 
Pat Murphy, Milwaukee Brewers Bench Coach, joins the show to talk about what he’s been up to, the owners vs players battle, and more. What does this hiatus look like for a Bench Coach like Pat? What does he think about what the Owners and Players Union are fighting about? What does he think will end up happening this season? Can he guess a timefram…
 
Shaquille O'Neal seems to be doing well during life in quarantine, as we get caught up on the Last Dance as Shaq compares the story about Michael's "flu game" to the lie he made up about David Robinson. We're also joined by the incredible Cari Champion and after Shaq's proposal, Shaq seems to accidentally break the news that she's joining his famil…
 
Scooter Gennett, Former Brewers Second Baseman, joins the show to talk about the baseball hiatus, what he’s been up to and more. What are his thoughts on the battle going on between the MLB owners and players’ union? How does the lockout affect the players not making much money in baseball? Why is there such a divide between management and the play…
 
Adam McCalvy, Brewers.com/MLB.com and Author of the new book “The Milwaukee Brewers at 50”, joins the show to talk about the book, the return to baseball and more. What are some of the things he learned that he didn’t know before the book? What are his thoughts on Bud Selig? What are his thoughts on the challenges of returning to play in the MLB? W…
 
Eric Edholm, NFL reporter for Yahoo Sports, joins the show to talk about the Packers QB battle, the possibility of no NFL season and more. What is the national perspective on Aaron Rodgers? How does he think Aaron Rodgers has handled this situation? What can we expect this year from the Packers? Where does he put the Packers amongst the best teams …
 
Clay has a Top 5 list that turns into a Top 10 of which star athletes he’d like to see documentaries made for. Frank Isola is in the house to talk about soccer returning, political correctness, and his final takeaways from. Plus, Chris Mannix joins Clay to talk about the return of basketball, and the short-term and long-term results of the Bulls/MJ…
 
Clay Travis talks return of kids on college campuses and what the concerns are and should be. Frank Isola is in the house to talk about soccer returning, political correctness, and his final takeaways from The Last Dance! Clay says that the Bulls documentary was like what an attorney would do at the end of a trial in regards to anyone who wants to …
 
Adam McCalvy, Brewers.com/MLB.com and Author of the new book “The Milwaukee Brewers at 50”, joins the show to talk about the book, the return to baseball and more. What are some of the things he learned that he didn’t know before the book? What are his thoughts on Bud Selig? What are his thoughts on the challenges of returning to play in the MLB? W…
 
Scooter Gennett, Former Brewers Second Baseman, joins the show to talk about the baseball hiatus, what he’s been up to and more. What are his thoughts on the battle going on between the MLB owners and players’ union? How does the lockout affect the players not making much money in baseball? Why is there such a divide between management and the play…
 
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