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Believe Her

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Believe Her is true crime, upside down. In September 2017, young mom Nikki Addimando shot and killed her partner, Chris Grover. She was sentenced to nineteen years to life in prison for murder. Through rare access to police audio, a month-long trial, conversations with Nikki, and original reporting, journalist Justine van der Leun lays out the killing, the evidence, and the aftermath. As this six-part series unfolds, listeners will put together different pieces of a disturbing puzzle. One th ...
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The Turning Point is a new podcast series brought to you by FT Strategies in collaboration with the Google News Initiative: a partnership born from the shared mission to digitally transform and work side by side with publishers and journalists to help strengthen their work in the digital age In each episode, we’ll uncover the defining moments faced by leaders in news publishing and unpack the strategies adopted - and capabilities built - in order to continue delivering and sustaining journal ...
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The Dan Go Podcast is about discovering all the high-performance secrets that founders and busy entrepreneurs use to ensure they stay fit and lean (no matter how busy they get) This podcast is a reminder to use those secrets -- which makes getting in shape, easy and stress-free while doing it in a way that fits your busy lifestyle, and ultimately, this will make you a better performer at work and home. Learn more: https://highperformancefounder.com/
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WHAT'S RED AND YELLOW AND ORANGE ALL OVER? — The images are iconic. And you know who they depict. They may be the most unforgettable magazine covers to emerge from the chaos of the late 2010s. Why are they so effective? Because of the implicit understanding of what’s being said between artist and audience—without a word being spoken. Using just thr…
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The hit true-crime podcast The Letter is back for Season Two. Today, we’re dropping into your feed to offer you a sneak peek of this gripping and impactful story. On a winter morning in 1982, two young fathers were found shot to death in a van parked outside an upscale Utah restaurant.The killer soon confessed, but his story about what happened - a…
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No ‘Visions of Loveliness’ — Picture it: It’s 1991. You’re sitting at your desk at The New York Times, when you get a call from the office of Condé Nast’s Alexander Liberman. Alex wants to meet you for lunch at La Grenouille to discuss an opportunity: Si Newhouse has decided to launch the first-ever beauty magazine, and he thinks you’re just the wo…
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STRING THEORY — Media, and most every brand in general, talks a lot about building and nurturing a community. Tribes, even. Finding one, inserting yourself into it, and then making your message an integral part of it. And what activity creates a more loyal community, than sports? If there is the ultimate niche audience, sports is it. It goes withou…
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Saveur was always a little different from the other food magazines. It was not exactly highbrow, but it did expand the definition of what a food magazine could be. If anything, it was a magazine about culture—centered on food, sure—but also about places, and things, and people. It was a magazine for foodies before the word “foodie” was invented—and…
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THE LAST EMPEROR — It might be difficult to remember, at least for our younger listeners, how vast the Time-Life empire was. At its height, during the John Huey dynasty of the late 1990s/early 2000s, the company published over 100 magazines. Quite a rise from its humble beginning in 1922, when Henry Luce launched Time as the country’s first newswee…
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In the latest episode of The Turning Point, we navigate through the evolving landscape of online privacy and its implications for news publishing. As the digital world braces for a cookieless future, understanding the shifts in user privacy and advertising methodologies becomes paramount for publishers and content creators alike. In this engaging d…
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Jeremy Leslie is a magazine person. A lifer. He has had his hands in a diverse group of publications and media, including Time Out, The Guardian, Blitz, and many others. Since 2006, he has led magCulture, which started out as a research project, became a well respected blog, but now includes a retail outlet in London, a consultancy, events and conf…
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MY EFFING CAREER — When you’re born in a town called Media, your career path is pretty much preordained. It has to be, right? And when you end up leading the design teams at blue-chip magazine brands at Condé Nast, Hearst, and Time Inc., the prophecy is then fully realized. (Yes, I just watched Dune). But the journey in between is not as cushy as y…
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Introducing our new podcast all about the future of magazines — and the magazines of the future. Check out episode 1, our interview with Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Radhika Jones. — Radhika Jones was named editor in chief of Vanity Fair in November 2017, the fifth editor in the magazine’s storied history. Her hiring was met with some surprise, and …
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THE ULTIMATE HYPHENATE — Rochelle Udell is many things. She is all of these things: teacher, ad woman, vice president, founder, wife, creative director, mentor, chair woman, student, marketer, graduate, design director, editor-in-chief, mother, chief talent officer, executive vice president, collector, president, meditator, internet strategist, par…
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THE NEW YORK OBSERVER — “I finally went up to Graydon and I said, ‘Hey, you know, I know you like me. I know you wanted me to be here, but I can also do covers.’” • • • That’s today’s guest, Mark Seliger. He’s the same Mark Seliger who, at the moment of this exchange with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, had already shot over 180 covers for Rolli…
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A CRIME OF ATTITUDE — As George Bernard Shaw once said, “England and America are two countries separated by the same language.” Turns out it may be more than just the language. Early in my career it became clear the British were coming. The first wave arrived when I was an editor at New York magazine: Jon Bradshaw, Anthony Hayden-Guest, Julian Alle…
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Join me this week, my friends, as I I delve into a decade-long connection with my guest, Noah Kagan! We explore the evolution of his content creation journey and the invaluable lessons learned from interviewing billionaires. Noah shares insights on avoiding pitfalls in life, the significance of partner selection, and the unexpected ways people achi…
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On January 4th, 2024, Nikki Addimondo was released from prison and reunited with her family. To celebrate, we are sharing two excerpts that were previously only available to our Lemonada Premium subscribers. These two conversations speak to the range of the incredible reporting in this series – one touches on the heart of Nikki’s personal story and…
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The Prime of Mr. Neville Brody — “Once you have broken down the rules, literally anything is possible.’” In the business of magazine design, few names resonate as profoundly as Neville Brody. And, to this day, he lives by those words. Renowned for his groundbreaking work and commitment to pushing design boundaries at magazines like The Face, Arena,…
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One Eye on the World — “When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams, this may be madness. To seek treasure where there is only trash. Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is, not as it should be!” — Don Quixote de la Mancha Monocle, the br…
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A Style All Her Own — This summer, our first collaboration with The Spread—the Episode 21 interview with former Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles—became our most-listened-to episode ever. Now Rachel Baker and Maggie Bullock are back, and this time they’re speaking with another game-changing woman in media: Stella Bugbee, the editor of The N…
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In this fun episode of the show, I had the amazing privilege of interviewing a long-time friend and extraordinary individual, Dale Stark! From his journey of being a near high school dropout to becoming a celebrated U.S. Air Force pilot, Dale's story is a testament to determination, resilience, and pursuit of one's dreams. Listen in as we discuss t…
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Today’s guest, the celebrated photographer Albert Watson, OBE, is a man on the move. This is not a recent development. Watson’s professional journey began in Scotland in 1959, where he studied mathematics at night. His day job? Working for the Ministry of Defense plotting courses—speed, altitude, distance, payload—for British missiles pointed towar…
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Designing Her Life — It’s impossible to look at Gail Anderson’s body of work and not be reminded of the limitless potential of design. A traditional biography might pinpoint her education at the School of Visual Arts in the early eighties as her launchpad. But Gail actually kicked off her career much earlier when, as a kid, she created and designed…
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Welcome back to another episode of The Dan Go Show, my friends! Today, I am discussing an important topic that is incredibly close to my heart: the power of walking. As I recently delved into the science behind longevity, I discovered that walking isn't just about staying active; it's a game-changer for both your body and brain! From reducing stres…
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Hey there, friends! It's Dan Go, host of The Dan Go Show, and welcome back to another episode! Tune in today as I share a personal journey that started with childhood habits shaping my relationship with food. Ever wondered about the secret behind Okinawa's centenarians, the world's healthiest and longest-living people? It's the practice of "hara ha…
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The Accidental Editor-in-Chief — Today’s guest, Terry McDonell, is the kind of editor you fear based on reputation, but would probably run through a wall for at 3am on deadline day. As for that reputation, I’ve never worked with McDonell, but a simple Google search fills the screen with an undeviating set of impressions like these: “he helped defin…
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What is up, my friends? Today, I am discussing a common struggle many of us face: sleepless nights. I recently helped a client transform his life by revolutionizing his sleep routine, and the changes were nothing short of astounding. We explored a simple yet powerful approach I call the 3-to-1 method for better sleep. This method focuses on creatin…
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Welcome, listeners, to another truly transformative episode of The Dan Go Show! I had the privilege of sitting down with Nathan Barry, the brilliant CEO of ConvertKit, in this episode! Nathan is one of the coolest, most down-to-earth guys I know, and I just know that you're going to love listening to this eye-opening conversation with him! Nathan s…
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An Englishman in New York — If you can count yourself among the lucky ones who’ve met Robert Priest in person, any chance you remember what you were wearing? Well, fear not: He does. According to his business partner, the designer Grace Lee, Priest possesses a near-photographic memory of how people present themselves. And those first impressions la…
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Welcome back to the show, my friends! In this episode, we are diving deep into a topic that transformed my own health journey: the power of water. Growing up, I believed genetics destined me for an unhealthy life, but I discovered it was more about what I drank than my genes. Join me as I share my personal revelations about swapping sugary sodas an…
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I hope that you will join me for this truly eye-opening episode as I embark on a transformative exploration of education with Ana Lorena Fábrega, a visionary advisor at Synthesis, Elon Musk's school. As a concerned parent navigating the complexities of the schooling system, I found Ana's insights profoundly enlightening. Our conversation delves int…
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A Revolution from Within — This episode is about a girl from East Toledo, Ohio. A girl who taught herself to read by devouring comic books, horse stories, and Louisa May Alcott. A girl who didn’t set foot in a school until she was 14. A young woman who went to India for two years to avoid getting married—to anyone. A young woman who was described b…
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It’s a Wonderful LIFE Today’s guest, Bob Ciano, is probably best known as the designer who guided the venerable LIFE magazine into its second chapter, shifting, after five decades as a weekly, to a monthly. But in an era where editors and art directors did not enjoy the downright chummy partnerships we have now, he’s known for a lot more. In his ca…
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A Freaking National Treasure By any measure, Anita Kunz has built a dream career. She’s won every award, been inducted into every hall of fame, won every medal and national distinction. When her native Canada ran out of honors to bestow, the country minted a postage stamp in her honor. Over the last 40 years, the Toronto-based illustrator has creat…
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All the News that Fit Imagine there’s no sixties. In 1967, today’s guest was a college dropout whose Plan B was to start a rock ’n’ roll magazine. Plan A? “Kicking back, having a good time, delivering letters, and smoking dope all day” as a San Francisco postal worker. But thanks to a nudge from his mentor, Ralph Gleason, and a cash infusion from h…
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Boom Saloon stands as a dynamic and innovative UK magazine, serving readers seeking to immerse themselves in the vibrant world of youth culture, music, fashion, art, and lifestyle. Through compelling journalism and captivating imagery, Boom Saloon curates emerging talents, identifies influential trendsetters, and offers authoritative insights into …
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Premium Times is a renowned Nigerian digital publisher that has established itself as a trusted and influential source of news and information since its inception. Founded in 2011, the platform has gained widespread recognition for its commitment to delivering accurate, in-depth, and independent journalism across various sectors, including politics…
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You're definitely going to want to tune in for this episode as I sit down with Ayman Al-Abdullah, the CEO coach sought after by top executives. What really makes this conversation unique is that Ayman and I go back, having met and become friends at a conference six months ago, and I really feel that this personal connection adds depth to our discus…
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The Lincolnite is an independent news and events website for Lincolnshire, founded in 2010 by Daniel Ionescu and is now the most read news website in the county. The Lincolnite covers local news, sport, politics, business, and entertainment, with a strong focus on community engagement. It is committed to providing high-quality, impartial journalism…
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Welcome back to the show, everyone! I am truly excited to bring this interview to you, conversation with my good friend and inspirational mentor, Todd Herman! Todd has truly been helping me achieve my potential and become the best possible version of myself for years now. I hope that you’ll tune in because, while this is an interview in which Todd …
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Founded in 1986, New Vision is a prominent publisher based in Uganda, recognised for its comprehensive coverage of news, current affairs, and culture. With a strong history, it's a trusted source for in-depth reporting on politics, economics, and social issues. Through newspapers and digital platforms, New Vision significantly contributes to local …
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I am so excited about today's guest, Dr. David Spiegel, because I have been using his Reveri app myself for some time, and it has made a tremendous impact on my life. The ease of accessibility and profound yet simple changes the app provides has truly transformed my perspective. Dr. Spiegel discusses hypnosis and the essential differences between t…
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Observador is a digital-only Portuguese newspaper founded in 2014. It has quickly become one of the most influential and respected newspapers in Portugal, covering a wide range of topics such as politics, economy, culture, and international affairs. The newspaper's mission is to provide its readers with accurate, balanced, and independent news, ana…
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Blankspot is a pioneering Swedish publisher at the forefront of independent journalism, breaking new ground in investigative reporting and long-form storytelling. Founded with a mission to shed light on the untold stories and neglected issues, Blankspot fearlessly tackles subjects that mainstream media often overlooks. Through their innovative appr…
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Der Standard is a prominent Austrian publishing company renowned for its comprehensive coverage of national and international news. Founded in 1988, it has established itself as a leading source of quality journalism in Austria. In this episode, FT Strategies' Deputy Managing Director, Aled John is joined by Florian Stambula, Head of Product and De…
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Expresso is a prominent Portuguese publisher known for its influential newspaper and digital platforms. Established in 1973, Expresso has emerged as one of the leading media outlets in Portugal, delivering news, analysis, and opinion on various topics to a wide readership. In this episode, FT Strategies' Managing Director Tara Lajumoke is joined by…
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Der Spiegel is one of Germany’s largest and most influential news magazines with a weekly circulation of over one million. The publication is known for its investigative journalism and revealing political misconduct and scandals, including the Spiegel scandal in 1962 and the Flick affair in the 1980s. In this episode, FT Strategies' Managing Direct…
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Daily Maverick is a trailblazing South African news publication with a reputation for investigative journalism. Its audience grew significantly after it began publishing the Gupta Leaks in 2017, a series of investigations that revealed the extent to which the wealthy Gupta family influenced the then-Zuma government. In this episode, FT Strategies' …
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The Last Celebrity Magazine Editor Hello and welcome to a very special episode of Print Is Dead (Long Live Print!). For our first “pod-nership,” we’ve teamed up with The Spread, the brainchild of two former Elle magazine editors and “work wives,” Rachel Baker and Maggie Bullock, who, in 2021 found themselves wishing for the perfect women’s magazine…
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He’s Never Felt More Naked Barry Blitt wants you to laugh at him, not with him. Because laughing with him means you’d have to be where he is. And, “thanks very much,” but he’d rather not. He’s happy enough just drawing for himself. “I’m trying to make myself laugh,” he says. “That’s the point, that’s part of the process, it’s as un-self-conscious a…
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When your business partner is Milton Glaser, the most celebrated designer in the world, what does that mean for you? If you’re Walter Bernard, today’s guest, you accept it as the gift it is, and then you go out and make yourself an extraordinary career. Here’s three things you need to know about Walter Bernard: 1) He was the founding art director o…
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My guest today is someone I’ve been looking up to and admiring for nearly twenty years. A training and fitness legend, Joe DeFranco is the founder and the owner of DeFranco’s Gym where he trains high-caliber athletes. He joins me today with his nearly three decades worth of experience and wisdom to touch upon his Agile 8 approach, reflecting on the…
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