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Best Axios podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Axios podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A Chinese think tank generated a series of reports rating state governors and White House officials on their “friendliness” towards China. Pro Rata producer Naomi Shavin is joined by Axios China reporter Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, who obtained and analyzed the reports. PLUS: The coronavirus vaccine race and optimism in the record label business…
 
There are few people as knowledgeable about web publishing as Scott Rosenberg. In 1995, he and a group of other San Francisco Examiner journalists launched Salon.com, one of the first online magazines. An early blogger, he wrote the definitive history of the blogosphere and published it as a book in 2009. Today, Rosenberg is the tech editor for Axi…
 
Where you can subscribe to my newsletter: https://simonowens.substack.com/p/discount So this is the 68th episode of my podcast, and if you’ve been listening to it for any amount of time, you’d know that it never has ads. And while I don’t have anything against podcasts that have advertising, I don’t envision a future for this podcast where I’m read…
 
Listen to episode 163 of the Digital and Social Media Sports podcast, in which Neil chatted with Ed Cahill, Senior Director of Content, Orlando City SC and the Orlando Pride. https://watercooler1.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/edcahill_ep162_dsmsports.mp3 59 minute duration. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or listen on Stitcher Posted by Neil Horo…
 
Vox Media CRO Ryan Pauley sees the company's acquisition of New York Magazine, last year, as pairing up complementary parts -- and he figures advertisers will see it that way too. "Less than 35% of customers spent significant advertising budgets with both companies," Pauley said on the Digiday Podcast. Vox's typical ad categories included tech, aut…
 
In a new report from the Washington Post, national security reporter and author Greg Miller reveals that a major global supplier of encrypted communication technology was owned, for decades, by the CIA and West German intelligence. Dan and Greg trace the history of Crypto AG and how it set the stage of modern surveillance programs. PLUS: Big Tech u…
 
Amazon is seeking to depose President Trump and Defense Secretary Mark Esper in the latest escalation of a suit attempting to prove “unmistakable bias” in the Pentagon’s decision to award a $10 billion contract to Microsoft over Amazon Web Services. Dan discusses the case with NPR business correspondent Alina Selyukh. PLUS: Mobile’s megamerger gets…
 
Protocol president Tammy Wincup is quick to remind people that her just-launched tech publication isn't a subsidiary of Politico but a standalone news site. Still, Protocol, also funded by Politico owner Robert Allbritton, will be applying the Politico playbook -- offering a morning newsletter (Source Code) and seeking a wide audience for a set of …
 
The Senate voted to acquit President Trump of both articles of impeachment, but the impeachment story may be far from over. Dan and Axios White House reporter Alayna Treene explore the fallout of the acquittal vote and Democratic and Republican strategies to keep their investigations alive. Plus: Casper’s bad night of sleep and the Iowa caucus stor…
 
In 2020, Netflix is projected to spend $17 billion on content. Disney will spend $24 billion and AT&T will shell out over $14 billion. With all that money on the line, there’s an enormous amount of demand for new intellectual property that can be adapted into movies and TV shows, and a lot of that IP is being drawn directly from magazines. The Osca…
 
Listen to episode 162 of the Digital and Social Media Sports podcast, in which Neil chatted with Brandon Berrio, Associate Director, Creative and Digital Content, LSU Athletics. https://watercooler1.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/brandonberri_ep162_dsmsports.mp3 54 minute duration. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or listen on Stitcher Posted by Ne…
 
Bustle Digital Group might not seem like a natural home for The Outline, the website once described as "a New Yorker for millennials." And that's the point, said Josh Topolsky, founder of The Outline. After its acquisition by Bustle, he now serves as the parent company's editor-in-chief of culture and innovation, overseeing The Outline, Mic and Inv…
 
The Community Reinvestment Act became a law in 1977 as a way to address redlining and banks’ refusal to lend money to people in areas they deemed “risky.” It’s up for an overhaul, and it’s dividing Wall Street, Congress and community activists. Axios cities correspondent Kim Hart digs into the debate with markets reporter Courtenay Brown. Plus: Tes…
 
Goop's got its share of haters, who pillory the Gwyneth Paltrow site for peddling wacky wellness products, including the infamous jade egg. "People like to say it's pseudoscience," said Elise Loehnen, Goop's chief content officer, on the Digiday Podcast. "But pseudoscience is when you present something and say, 'The science shows that this can cure…
 
Of all the algorithms that influence our daily internet browsing habits, few are more closely scrutinized than the one that governs YouTube. Through the homepage, the recommendations that appear on the side of videos, and the trending tab, YouTube’s algorithm has the ability to shower a video with millions of views and transform its unknown users i…
 
The UN is calling for an immediate investigation into allegations that Jeff Bezos’ phone was hacked by the Saudi Crown Prince. Dan is joined by CyberScoop reporter Shannon Vavra to discuss the forensics report on the hack and the larger cybersecurity and geopolitical fallout of this revelation. Plus: Philadelphia’s oil blues and Apple erases podcas…
 
Local stations expect a lot of ad spending in a presidential election year — but they weren’t expecting the staggering amount of spending by the Bloomberg and Steyer campaigns. Dan and Axios media reporter Sara Fischer dig into what this sudden cash infusion means for struggling stations. Plus: President Trump keeps blaming the Fed and the markets …
 
I think it’s safe to say at this point that digital publishers recognize the importance of email newsletters. In 2016, Facebook pulled the rug out from underneath a media industry that had, until then, relied on it for hockey stick growth, and over the next several years publishers generally warmed to the idea that the decentralized distribution of…
 
This week, the Trump administration is expected to roll out an immigration rule that would target pregnant women in an attempt to cut down on “birth tourism.” Dan and Axios reporter Stef Kight discuss how a rule like this might be implemented and the legal challenges ahead for it. Plus: The Davos man is worried and digital media startups are finall…
 
Listen to episode 161 of the Digital and Social Media Sports podcast, in which Neil chatted with Ryan Delgado, Manager of Digital Marketing and Creative Services, Tampa Bay Rays. https://watercooler1.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/ryandelgado_dsmsports_episode161.mp3 64 minute duration. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or listen on Stitcher Posted …
 
A large portion of the world's TikTok videos have been created by individuals (and many are quite young) on a mission to say something funny. But Flighthouse has made the crafting of TikTok videos into a company business, relying on a content studio with all trappings of a Gen Z-styled television production set. "Flighthouse is basically the larges…
 
Geoff Schiller served as chief revenue officer of PopSugar until stepping into a similar role for Group Nine, the company that acquired it late last year. And some aspects of the two companies' strategies remain much the same. The PopSugar playbook was all about its verticals: "pets, finance, food, all the way through," Schiller said on this week's…
 
Back in 2010, the world was still skeptical of Wikipedia. High school teachers and college professors warned students to never, ever use it for research. If you ever tried to cite it in an argument, your opponent would mock it as unreliable. Late night hosts like Stephen Colbert would enlist their audiences to flood a specific Wikipedia page and va…
 
On Friday, MIT released a report from an outside law firm detailing the university’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. Dan and Axios chief financial correspondent Felix Salmon sift through the findings and how Epstein was able to continue directing donations to MIT for years. Plus: A changing of the guard at Google and a Canadian CEO’s anger at Pr…
 
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