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Washington Post Live

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A podcast from Washington Post Live, the newsroom’s live journalism platform, where top-level government officials, business leaders, cultural influencers and emerging voices discuss the most pressing issues driving the news cycle nationally and across the globe. From one-on-one newsmaker interviews to in-depth multi-segment programs, Washington Post Live brings The Post’s newsroom to life.
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Are you a CMO, business owner or digital marketing professional? Of Record is your weekly listen for what’s happening in the digital media space. We’ll cover the latest with Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and other rising players in the digital space. We discuss breaking platform changes and updates with a marketer's eye to keep you current and provide analysis on how those changes will impact you and your profession. Subscribe to our podcast and you'll even catch th ...
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Welcome to CVAR, a COVID vaccine adverse reactions podcast where vaccine-injured share resources and hope without censorship. Each brave guest provides insight into their journey so we can learn more about the symptoms/recovery experienced. Join our guests as we learn from their 1st-hand knowledge as they navigate the medical terrain to address their adverse reactions. This is a limited time podcast during a time of heavy big tech and legacy media censorship. The goal is to get this informat ...
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Former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, David Plouffe, discusses why Biden and Trump should focus their campaign strategies on social media, how Trump has impacted and "commanded" the Republican Party and his new podcast with Kellyanne Conway and why he feels "people will benefit from it."Conversation recorded on Thursday, May 23, 2024.…
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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX.) joins Washington Post Live anchor and co-author of The Early 202 Leigh Ann Caldwell to discuss his latest bill to restrict social media use for kids under 13, why he feels Supreme Court justices are under attack and whether he will accept the results of the 2024 presidential election.Conversation recorded on Thursday, May 23, …
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On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Devlin Barrett, Jennifer Rubin and Catherine Rampell about Donald Trump’s week in court, the two upcoming presidential debates and President Biden’s strategy in battleground states.Conversation recorded on Friday, May 17, 2024.…
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Ford’s chief sustainability officer Bob Holycross talks about the 'bumpy ride' of EV growth and the how the IRA will impact the automaker industry. Then, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego discusses how she plans to reduce emissions and build innovative solutions for housing and transportation one of the country's fastest growing cities.Conversation record…
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Revolution CEO Steve Case talks about the latest iteration of ChatGPT's AI software, the need for opensource AI and how the current 'inflection point' in AI that mirrors that of the rise of the internet. Then, the EU Commission’s top digital policymaker Roberto Viola and Center for Democracy and Technology CEO Alexandra Reeve Givens discuss the nee…
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On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Yasmeen Abutaleb, Eugene Robinson and George F. Will about Biden’s threat to cut off offensive weapons if Israel invades Rafah, the Biden administration’s Mideast strategy and the latest failed attempt to oust Mike Johnson as House Speaker.Conversation…
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Jonathan Kanter, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's antitrust division, discusses the unveiling of the department's new "healthcare monopolies and collision" task force which aims to counteract the concentration of power within healthcare and why he believes we're at a "turning point in antitrust enforcement."Conversation recor…
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Norman Chen, CEO of The Asian American Foundation, discusses his organization's mission to create "safety, belonging and prosperity for the AANHPI community" and why he feels the upcoming election could result in "more xenophobia and anti Asian language during the campaigns."Conversation recorded on Wednesday, May 8, 2024.…
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David Ignatius, the foreign affairs columnist for The Washington Post, talks about his new spy novel, “Phantom Orbit,” which explores space warfare, geopolitics and espionage, his recent interview with Ukrainian President Zelensky and why he believes we're "a long way from a two-state solution" between Israel and Palestine.Conversation recorded on …
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Chiney Ogwumike, two-time WNBA All-Star turned sports commentator, host and podcaster joins The Post’s Sally Jenkins to discuss her journey from athlete to analyst, the rising popularity of women’s basketball and how she sees the new generation of talent dominating the game today.Conversation recorded on Monday, May 6, 2024.…
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Media leaders, advocates and journalists join Washington Post Live on World Press Freedom Day to assess the state of global press freedom, the technological shifts reshaping the industry and what's at stake as billions around the world head to the polls this year.Conversation recorded at The Post's World Press Freedom Day event on Friday, May 3, 20…
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White House Bureau Chief Toluse Olorunnipa discusses President Biden's response to the protests roiling college campuses over the Israel-Gaza war and why he "can't ignore them." Then, reporters Isaac Arnsdorf and Perry Stein talk about Donald Trump's hush money trials and how the former president is "situating himself" alongside Jan. 6 defendants.C…
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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, Canada’s former first lady, joins The Post's Tara Parker-Pope to discuss the importance of mental health, her public split from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and how vulnerability can create "healthier democracies."Conversation recorded on Wednesday, May 1, 2024.By The Washington Post
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Silverado Policy Chair Dmitri Alperovitch joins Washington Post Live to discuss his new book, “World on the Brink,” about the challenge of China for American foreign policy and recent efforts between the two countries to cool tensions.Conversation recorded on Tuesday, April 30, 2024.By The Washington Post
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FCC chair Jessica Rosenworcel talked about the agency's efforts to address the broadband gap with "precision" and why she's "optimistic" about the prospect for progress. Then, Brookings Institution's Nicol Turner Lee and CareJourney CEO Aneesh Chopra discuss ways to ensure that the rapidly changing digital era does not leave underserved communities…
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Kellyanne Conway, former senior counselor to President Donald Trump, discusses the former president's potential vice presidential running mates, the impact that Jan. 6 could have on Trump's electoral prospects and the national debate over abortion policy.Conversation recorded on Wednesday, April 25, 2024.…
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Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D- MD.) discusses the foreign aid package deal for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, the Biden administration's leverage with Israel and why he thinks the U.S. should restore funding to UNRWA.Conversation recorded on Tuesday, April 23, 2024.By The Washington Post
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On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Marianna Sotomayor, Ramesh Ponnuru and Jason Willick about Mike Johnson’s strategy to pass foreign aid, divisions in the GOP caucus, fears over a wider Mideast war and how Republicans are navigating the politics of abortion.Conversation recorded on Fri…
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Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, and Valerie Sheares Ashby, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, join Washington Post Live to assess the state of manufacturing, the workforce required to sustain its growth and how manufacturing can play a role in decarbonizing the economy.Conversatio…
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Former treasury secretary Lawrence H. Summers and Yale Law School professor Natasha Sarin discuss their insights on the current state of the U.S. economy, America’s tax policies and the future of the national debt.Conversation recorded on Tuesday, April 16, 2024.By The Washington Post
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World-renowned photographer Cristina Mittermeier details how she uses photography to document the effects of climate change on the oceans and wildlife. Then, land protector and model Quannah ChasingHorse and Maya’s Ideas CEO Maya Penn discuss how they're utilizing fashion, animation and their stories to reshape new narratives.Conversation recorded …
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Rockefeller Foundation president Rajiv Shah talks about how it is "possible to win the fight against climate change." Then, LanzaTech CEO Jennifer Holmgren, Mill CEO Matt Rogers and Sublime Systems CEO Leah Ellis discuss the solutions they are working on for a low-carbon economy.Conversation recorded on Thursday, April 11, 2024 at "This is Climate"…
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On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” Early 202 co-author and Washington Post Live anchor Leigh Ann Caldwell speaks with The Post’s Caroline Kitchener, Hugh Hewitt and Ruth Marcus about Arizona’s abortion ban, the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and OJ Simpson's complex legacy.Conversation recorded on Friday, April 12, 2023.…
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Maryland Gov. Wes Moore discusses his state's rebuilding plans following the collapse of the Baltimore Key bridge and efforts to ensure that Maryland's "aggressive climate plan" does not "fall to a wayside" in the process.Conversation recorded on Thursday, April 11, 2024 at "This is Climate" summit.By The Washington Post
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The White House's senior advisor on international climate policy John Podesta talks about the Biden administration's environmental agenda and the impact of the AI boom on the power grid. Then, the WTO's director general Ngozi-Okonjo-Iweala discusses why she thinks "trade is part of the solution to getting to net zero by 2050."Conversation recorded …
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