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On Point with Tom Ash­brook “The daily news of­ten leaves me crav­ing more back­ground in­for­ma­tion about the top­ics dis­cussed. NPR's Tom Ash­brook pro­vides that ex­tra con­text as he speaks with ex­perts about cur­rent events and an­swers lis­tener ques­tions, help­ing them to bet­ter understand the is­sues at hand.” -Donna Cleve­land, Ed­i­tor in Chief of iPhone Life mag­a­zine Se­rial “Se­rial is the most ad­dic­tive pod­cast I've ever lis­tened to! It's high-qual­ity jour­nal­ism meets mur­der mystery meets This Amer­i­can Life." –David Averbach, CEO of iPhone Life mag­a­zine Mon­o­cle Pod­casts “I love the di­verse se­lec­tion of Mon­o­cle's pod­cast. I es­pe­cially enjoy The En­trepreneurs for in­spir­ing start-up and brand­ing sto­ries, and The Ur­ban­ist for an in-depth look at the is­sues shap­ing our mod­ern cities.” -Amy Van Beek, Co-founder of Ideal En­ergy Ra­di­o­lab “Ra­di­o­lab cov­ers an in­cred­i­ble ex­panse of top­ics—usu­ally with a sci­en­tific bent— while still man­ag­ing to be en­gag­ing and ac­ces­si­ble. I love that it in­tro­duces me to new ideas and novel ways to think about old ideas.“-Krys­tal Shaw, Real­tor with Roots Real Es­tate Austin Re­ply All "Re­ply All is my guilty plea­sure. While the pod­cast is tech­ni­cally 'about the In­ter­net,' in re­al­ity it's a laugh-out-loud, cack­ling, thigh-slap­ping au­dio theme park. One of my fa­vorite episodes in­volves a Kin­dle Fire and a man who gets into a fight with his one-legged house­guest for punch­ing his wife.” -Eliana Free­man, Ac­coun­tant The Tim Fer­riss Show "Tim Fer­riss is the great de­con­struc­tion­ist. He breaks ev­ery­thing from diet and ex­er­cise to work habits down into un­der­stand­able pieces. In this pod­cast, I like that he tries to understand what makes var­i­ous fa­mous peo­ple suc­cess­ful in their pro­fes­sions." -Jonathon Sin­ton, Busi­ness Di­rec­tor at Hu­man Fac­tors Women of the Hour This Buz­zfeed orig­i­nal with Lena Dun­ham is kind of like the hit TV show Girls, mi­nus the mil­len­nial drama. In­stead, Dun­ham fo­cuses on the ex­pe­ri­ences that bond women to­gether, high­light­ing re­fresh­ingly hon­est sto­ries that in­spire both laugh­ter and tears. -Donna Cleve­land StartUp “In StartUp's first sea­son, NPR's Alex Blumberg tells the story of how he ful­filled his dream of cre­at­ing his own pod­cast net­work. I love the raw yet some­how upbeat fear of fail­ure that comes through as Blumberg puts ev­ery­thing on the line for some­thing he be­lieves in.”

-Eliana Free­man

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