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TLDR

By WNYC, New York Public Radio

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Description

Every year at this time, we invite Craig Silverman of Poynter's Regret the Error blog to fill us in on the media's biggest mistakes of the past 12 months. He tells Bob about this year in errors. Zammuto - Wasn't That Lucky

Customer Reviews

Bad

I gave this show 5 stars when it was the original hosts. The new host is bad. It’s not interesting anymore. It’s just stories I’ve already read being done as radio interviews. Should have let it end when the hosts left.

Downhill fast

Well this used to be a great podcast but since it's changed hosts it has gone downhill fast. It's now less of a podcast and more of a blog. The focus of the stories has narrowed considerably (virtually every show is now about gender), the balance has shifted from reporting to opinion, and the execution leaves something to be desired. I'll keep listening for a bit in the hopes they can right the ship.

Disappointing

Just heard the episode redux with Vivek Wadhwa and I'm appalled by how poorly this was handled. Meredith was rude and unapologetic. The manager sheepishly admitted that they were "in a bubble" for the original story. That kills all credibility for this show. This episode demonstrated cruel and unprofessional behavior towards its guest. Much lower than the standard of what I expect from a Brooke Gladstone program.