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Best Tribune Audio Network Ktla podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Tribune Audio Network Ktla podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley interviews newsmakers, celebrities, technologists and tastemakers about what drives and inspires them, and how they got where they are today. With no time limits on “Frank Buckley Interviews,” Frank gets his guests to reveal more about themselves than they can during a typical live TV segment. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Channel 5 Saturdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at midnight.
 
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Alan Zweibel is one of the original writers of Saturday Night Live, the co-creator and producer of It's Garry Shandling's Show, and a consulting producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm among many other credits. Alan is also a playwright whose theatrical works include his collaboration with Billy Crystal on the Tony Award-winning 700 Sundays and Bunny, Bun…
 
New Mac Malware making the rounds, Random phrases that trigger digital assistants, Coronavirus tracking on smartphones, Google augmented reality dinosaurs, YouTube TV raises prices again, $28 wireless earbuds, a fun and easy poker app and a travel vlogger shares road trip planning tips. Listeners ask when the iOS 14 public beta will be available, i…
 
This week, we revisit a conversation with the Bernie Taupin. Taupin is Elton John's longtime songwriting partner and wrote the lyrics to most of the songs you've heard Elton John sing. The friendship and professional relationship between Bernie taipan and Elton John is chronicled in the film "Rocketman." Last summer, Bernie was in town to open an a…
 
A look at the new software features coming soon to the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch; Wyze's new affordable outdoor security camera; Facebook warns if users share an article over 90 days old; group video calling comes to Google Nest Hub Max; iOS 14 catches spying apps; Google now automatically deletes location and search data after 18 months; Micros…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we revisit a 2017 conversation with Jorge Reyes Salinas, who at the time was a Cal State Northridge grad student serving on the California State University Board of Trustees. Jorge is also an immigrant from Peru who was brought to the U.S. as a child by his parents who never returned home when their tourist visas exp…
 
Researchers uncover spying Chrome extensions; a preview of Apple WWDC 2020; Sony unveils more about the upcoming PlayStation 5; Twitter adds voice Tweets; Nintendo's free Jump Rope Challenge game; getting a better deal on high speed internet; Helio app predicts amazing sunsets. Listeners ask about the best TV, if the WiFi Xtra Boost will spy on the…
 
This week, we're revisiting a conversation with a man, whose work we featured on the podcast a year ago and is still just as relevant today. Justin Brooks is the director of the California Innocence Project (CIP) based at the California Western School of Law in San Diego. Justin and his team of pro bono lawyers and law students work to free prisone…
 
George Floyd's death at the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has propelled people onto the streets of the U.S. and the world to protest against police brutality, racial injustice, and systemic discrimination. Black Americans have said for decades that they are treated differently than White people and others by police officers and deputies, and…
 
CES 2021 will happen in person in Las Vegas; Facebook introduces Manage Activity as a way to bulk delete previous posts; Google lets you hide Meet from Gmail; Podhero app has a unique way to help support your favorite podcasts; what to look for in a good UV phone sanitizer. Listeners ask about converting VHS tapes to digital, police scanner apps, u…
 
40 years ago this week, CNN, the first all news television channel, launched, and it's still going strong today. The story of how CNN started is chronicled in Lisa Napoli's new book, Up All Night: Ted Turner, CNN, and the Birth of 24 Hour News. Frank recently interviewed Lisa for a virtual Live Talks LA event, where they discussed the life of CNN f…
 
May is military appreciation month. Off the heels of Memorial Day, we are honoring our men and women in uniform and their families, and remembering our war dead by replaying a 2018 conversation with retired Marine Corps Major Scott Huesing. Scott had multiple combat deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He authored the book Echo in Ramadi: The First…
 
Facebook introduces Shops; Apple reopens stores with major changes; a look at the $250 TCL smartphone; Google/Apple's coronavirus system explained; Hulu revamp makes it easier to use; Google Podcasts gets CarPlay support; easy way to play poker online with friends; Orby TV tries a new twist on satellite TV. Listeners ask about cell phone plans for …
 
This week, we're looking back at conversations with music icons from the 1980s. First, Curt Smith from the band Tears for Fears gets candid about his tumultuous relationship with longtime friend and bandmate Roland Orzabal. He shared details on their falling out, the break up of the band, and how a reunion a decade later eventually led them to maki…
 
Amazon announces new Fire tablets; Nest Aware subscription launches; OnePlus 8 Pro x-ray vision powers; Adobe takes a look at spending trends during COVID-19; a look at Wyze's new activity tracker and connected scale; do those copper and brass "no touch" tools really work? Listeners ask how to tell if a shopping website is legit, if WiFi Blast is a…
 
President Trump has been saying that former President Barack Obama should be investigated, suggesting that Obama acted illegally when FBI agents began investigating President Trump's first National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in late 2016. Flynn would eventually resign and admit to lying to FBI agents about his contacts with the Russian ambassad…
 
Microsoft has new products including a $399 Surface Go 2 and Earbuds that look strange but actually feel good; Apple produces a 13 inch MacBook with a better keyboard; Sonos Arc is their new soundbar; an app to see all of your Apple Watch activity stats; a workout app that tracks your moves in 3D and offers real-time feedback. Listeners ask about S…
 
Brad Meltzer is the author of the new book, The Lincoln Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill America's 16th President and Why It Failed. He has also written 12 thrillers–all of them best-sellers on the New York Times Best Seller list including his book The Escape Artist. Brad also writes non-fiction and children’s books and he has the rare distincti…
 
On this week's episode, we revisit a conversation with neurosurgeon, scientist, and author Dr. Rahul Jandial, As a surgeon, Dr. Jandial helps patients with cancer. During this podcast, Dr. Jandial takes listeners inside the human brain and inside real-life patient cases. He also discusses his book “Neurofitness: A Brain Surgeon’s Secrets to Boost P…
 
This week marks the 4 year anniversary of the death of music icon, Prince. In this episode of the podcast, we're revisiting a conversation with one of Prince's closest friends and collaborators, music hitmaker James “Jimmy Jam” Harris III. Jimmy grew up in Minneapolis alongside Prince and he tells us what it was like to work with Prince later as a …
 
Apple's new $399 iPhone, a look at the OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone, TikTok introduces parental controls, Verizon gives teachers and nurses a monthly discount, Apple and Google partner on a system to slow coronavirus, Google creates a special section of the Play store for teacher-approved kids apps. Listeners ask if Zoom is private, the best travel blu…
 
On this episode, Frank re-visits his conversation with "Weird Al" Yankovic. The interview took place in 2018, shortly before Yankovic was set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During this podcast, Al discusses his childhood, his career, and his biggest hits. He explains his approach to writing and performing parodies, reveals the rea…
 
Do you find yourself missing watching live sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic? We know we do! In this episode of the podcast, we're looking back at stories from a couple of sports legends from early in the podcast's history. First, Lakers legend and Hall of Fame James Worthy recalls playing ball with a young Michael Jordan. He reveals his favorite p…
 
Doris Kearns Goodwin is a presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize winning author. Her new book “Leadership in Turbulent Times” profiles Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson. During this podcast, Doris discusses the human qualities that all of these presidents possessed, she reveals personal e…
 
Verizon gives customers 15 gigabytes of extra data; T-Mobile gives customers two free months of YouTube Premium; SLING TV gives everyone free access to its popular bundle; Amazon deliveries are really delayed; YouTube streams in lower quality to save the internet; Google Podcasts comes to iOS. Follow Rich https://www.instagram.com/richontech/ Follo…
 
As people around the world are self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic, many are turning to technology to de-stress or practice mindfulness? Maybe you've heard of mindfulness and wondered what it means. This week, we are revisiting a conversation with Andy Puddicombe, who says meditation is the way to achieve mindfulness. He's co-founder of …
 
Rich & Meghan broadcast the show from their homes. Apple unveils a new iPad Pro with trackpad support; Apple unveils a less expensive MacBook Air with improved features; Movies make their way to home video faster than ever; creating custom Zoom backgrounds; the advantages of mesh WiFi networks; Sling TV has free programming; coronavirus freebies. F…
 
This week, we're featuring two guests on this special Covid-19 coronavirus edition of the podcast. Our first guest is Carl Goldman, a Santa Clarita resident and owner of radio station KHTS, who was diagnosed with Covid-19 after being quarantined aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked at Yokohama, Japan. He spent more than 40 days in quarant…
 
Find out if items are in stock with websites including Markk, NowInStock.net, Google Shopping and BrickSeek; YouTube combats coronavirus misinformation; E3 and Overwatch video game events cancelled due to the outbreak. Listeners ask about the best fitness trackers, Apple Watch Series 3 versus 5, linking a phone number for savings at Whole Foods and…
 
Paul Beahan is an entrepreneur, producer, and the founder of Manimal Records. He was born in San Diego, and was always interested in the music business as a child. He even started his own imaginary record labels as a kid. Eventually he started playing music, and joined up with a few bands around the San Diego area. As his friends and bandmates went…
 
The impact of Coronavirus on the tech industry; Twitter tests its own version of Stories; AT&T TV explained; Apple $25 battery settlement; Alexa does severe weather alerts; Google Assistant can read web articles to you; Robocop style facial recognition for police departments. Listeners ask about MacBook vs Chromebook; setting up a new computer from…
 
On this episode of the podcast, it's a look back at some of the many hilarious comedians who have joined us on the program. Gabriel Iglesia's, perhaps best known as "Fluffy," opens up about growing up in Section 8 housing, and how doing celebrity impressions for a school talent show was his introduction to performing. Paula Poundstone also talks on…
 
Angela Martini is a former model and Miss Universe pageant title holder turned Life coach, film producer, and author. She was born in Albania after the fall of communism and had an fairytale childhood, but after civil war broke out in Albania and danger grew, the fairytale ended. Angela was forced to leave her mother behind and move to Switzerland …
 
Samsung's top of the line smartphone is having trouble keeping pictures and videos in focus; Firefox makes browsing more private; Netflix reveals top 10 lists for the first time ever; the Gif pronunciation debate is settled over peanut butter; Why bad guys in movies don't use iPhones and food delivery apps are the most expensive way to eat. Listene…
 
Ice Cube (O'Shea Jackson) is one of the founding fathers of "gangsta" rap who came to fame as a member of the hip-hop group N.W.A. before launching a successful career as a solo artist and actor. He is also a founder of the Big3 basketball league which launches its fourth season on June 20, 2020. On February 28th, he will be honored by the UCLA And…
 
Hands on with the Samsung S20 Ultra camera versus the iPhone; Apple considers letting users set default apps; Disney+ app makes its way to VIZIO TV's; Galaxy Z Flip is sold out; the cheapest cell phone plans available including an interview with Derek Ting of TextNow; assistive technologies for vision loss. Listeners ask about recovering deleted fi…
 
Herbie Hancock is an icon of music and the recipient of 14 Grammy Awards. He was described in an NPR Jazz Profile as "arguably the most influential practitioner of modern jazz piano since Thelonious Monk." His jazz hits include Watermelon Man and Chameleon. His 1983 hit Rockit won a Grammy for Best R & B Instrumental and remains a hip hop classic. …
 
A look at Samsung's latest smartphones including the S20 lineup and Z Flip foldable; Google gets groovy for Valentine's Day; Mac malware outpaces PCs for the first time; Siri can answer election questions. Listeners ask questions about setting iPhone app defaults, upgrading to a Roku Ultra, equipment to start a podcast and whether 5G is just hype.…
 
Tommy Davidson is a comedian and actor who came to fame in the 1990s as one of the stars of the groundbreaking sketch comedy TV show "In Living Color," the first network TV sketch comedy show created by an African American writer-producer-star (Keenan Ivory Wayans) that featured a multicultural cast. Tommy has also appeared in dozens of TV shows an…
 
Manny Garcia is an educator, creative, and clothing designer. He was born in Texas and raised primarily in Michigan. He grew up surrounded by music, which ignited his creativity, but despite that passion, Manny pursued teaching. Later, his ambitions outgrew Michigan, and the desire to give music a shot was too strong to ignore—so he moved to Nashvi…
 
Ring introduces a Control Center for easier management of privacy settings; Apple Watch tips and tricks; Google Maps turns 15; Google Photos lets strangers download other users' videos by accident. Listeners ask about switching to a new wireless home internet provider, Apple Watch bands, the difference between Libby and Overdrive and creating ringt…
 
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