NBC Meet the Press (audio)
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Listen to NBC's "Meet the Press," featuring headline-making interviews with world leaders and U.S. newsmakers every Sunday morning. This audio podcast, published each Sunday by NBCNews.com, brings you each show in its entirety. For more from "Meet the Press" visit MeetThePressNBC.com
||NBC Meet the Press (audio) - 04-20-2014-082048||Listen to NBC's "Meet the Press," featuring headline-making interviews with world leaders and U.S. newsmakers every Sunday morning. This audio podcast, published each Sunday by NBCNews.com, brings you each show in its entirety. For more from "Meet the Press" visit MeetThePressNBC.com||4/20/14||Free||View In iTunes|
An absolute must
If you're a politics junkie or just an average joe, Meet The Press is a must to keep up with some of the "In the beltway" issues affecting our nation today. Tim Russert is a fair and balanced moderator most of the time and isn't afraid to re-ask a question and assert himself when a politician sidesteps questions. The live TV show is on at 10:30 Sunday mornings and if you miss it, the podcast is a must. 5 star rating given for content and the fact that the podcast is online within minutes of the live show concluding.
Why the delay?
As someone who is frequently abroad when MTP is actually broadcast, I enjoy the fact that I am able to listen to the show on iTunes. However, I do now find myself going to the MSNBC site and watching the show hours before it has been posted here on iTunes. Any possiblity of having the show up in a more timely fashion? Would have given it 5 stars as the show is always excellent and informative. I only gave it 4 stars, as it takes iTunes so long to post the show. The Repubicans always make me laugh. I think it is the stiff, bubble hair of the women and the drone on the Rush Limbaugh wannabes that makes me laugh hardest.
Would be great, but.......
Have been unable to download MTP audio for a couple of weeks. All of a sudden. What's up with that?