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Disentangling journalism’s messiest problems. Heather Chaplin and Emily Bell tap the biggest brains in the business and beyond to tease out where we go from here. From the Journalism and Design program at The New School.

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Incisive, relevant and funny

Emily and Heather cut right to the nexus of the topic, and speak with the leading scholars and voices in the first episode on tech addiction, the attention economy, and it's impact on journalism.

I did my honors thesis on this topic and they got right to the heart of the problems, and possible solutions.

As an added bonus, their voices are pleasant to the ears, and they have just the right amount of wry humor, making this entertaining and an easy listen

A great show about technology and the media

I have to declare an interest: I am married to someone on this show. But that doesn't affect my entirely impartial opinion that this is a great listen. A lively and smart discussion with some of the world's top thinkers on technology, media, and what they are doing to our lives. Really thought-provoking stuff. I will never look at my phone in quite the same way again.

Eye-opening and entertaining

It's a rare treat to find a podcast that is simultaneously hilarious and educational, but Heather and Emily nail it in each of these fast-paced episodes. Media, tech, and politics are so entwined in this moment and I turn to these two (and their brilliant guests) to help make sense of each of these individual components and their intersections. Tricky is timely and essential.

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