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  1. podcasts
    Reply All’s Brilliant Roman Mars Episode Messes With the Podcast IndustrySilly stunt or cunning commentary? It could be both.
  2. vulture lists
    The 10 Best Game of Thrones PodcastsGet through the show’s final season with a bunch of smart friends in your earbuds.
  3. podcasts
    April Podcast Preview: Cops, True Crime, and Michael LewisPlus a guide to surviving natural disasters.
  4. podcasts
    Dan Taberski’s Next Podcast Examines the Long-Running TV Show CopsGet ready for Headlong: Running From Cops.
  5. vulture picks
    100 Podcasts Worth Listening toWhether you’re a new listener or are looking for your next obsession, here are ones to entertain you, edify you, or help you understand the medium.
  6. podcasts
    Gimlet Media’s Union Marks a Huge Moment for the Podcast IndustryA month after Spotify acquired the start-up, Gimlet employees are unionizing. Will other podcast companies follow suit?
  7. podcast review
    The WALKING Podcast Is a Weird, Lovely Ode to NatureLove the outdoors and weird podcasts? Try listening to Jon Mooallem’s ambient-noise podcast.
  8. podcasts
    What Spotify’s $230 Million Gimlet Deal Means for the Podcast IndustryThe streaming music giant just took a big swing on podcasts. Is the industry’s Wild West era officially over?
  9. podcast review
    10 Things That Scare Me Is a Smartly Designed, Bite-size Window Into the SoulThe WNYC podcast project, in which guests share a list of fears great and small, imparts the feeling of being a little less alone in the world.
  10. podcasts
    Song Exploder Enters Its Next PhaseHosts Hrishikesh Hirway and Thao Nguyen on the podcast’s evolution, music fandom, and Dolly Parton.
  11. podcast review
    The Last Days of August Is a Fascinating Examination of a Porn Star’s TragedyJournalist Jon Ronson and reporter-producer Lina Misitzis’s unraveling of adult performer August Ames’s suicide is a potent document of loneliness.
  12. podcasts
    Conan O’Brien Is the Perfect Podcast HostThe late-night host is a really good fit for the medium, as it turns out.
  13. podcasts
    No Man’s Land Explores the Forgotten Stories of Women’s HistoryHost Alexis Coe wants to help listeners understand “how historians actually work.”
  14. best of 2018
    The 10 Best True-Crime Podcasts of 2018Believed, Thunder Bay, Bear Brook, and more.
  15. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Podcast Episodes of 2018Decoder Ring, The Nod, This American Life, and more.
  16. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Podcasts of 2018Political scandals, true crime, and Y2K.
  17. podcasts
    Serial Season 3 Is the Podcast’s Biggest EverIt’s got more than 50 million downloads in just two months.
  18. podcasts
    My Favorite Murder Team to Strike Again With Four New PodcastsMurderinos unite.
  19. podcast review
    Surviving Y2K Is One of the Year’s Most Beautiful PodcastsThe world didn’t end on December 31, 1999. But why?
  20. podcasts
    John Green Loves Podcasting Because It Reminds Him of Early YouTubeThe writer and longtime Vlogbrother explains why he and Hank Green are kicking off a new partnership with WNYC Studios.
  21. podcasts
    The Creator of Missing Richard Simmons Has a New Podcast About the Y2K CrisisWhy didn’t the Y2K bug cripple the world? And what happened instead? Those questions lie at the heart of Surviving Y2K.
  22. podcast review
    Halloween Unmasked Is a Nostalgic Appreciation of a Horror ClassicThis vibrant audio documentary examines the history and the legacy of John Carpenter’s iconic 1978 horror flick.
  23. podcast review
    Articles of Interest Is a Fashion Podcast About Capitalism and PowerThe 99% Invisible spinoff digs into the surprising history of pockets, plaid, blue jeans, and punk fashion.
  24. podcasts
    What’s It Like to Be Serial’s New Co-host?Emmanuel Dzotsi talks joining a megahit podcast, spending a year in Cleveland’s courts, and being roommates with Sarah Koenig.
  25. podcast review
    What Is Slow Burn Without Monica Lewinsky?The Slate podcast is an excellent political documentary, but it’s missing a crucial voice.
  26. podcast review
    The Shadows Is an Uncanny Portrait of a RelationshipBoth simple and infinitely complex.
  27. vulture lists
    The Best Podcasts of 2018 (So Far)Serial season 3, Caliphate, Slow Burn, and much more.
  28. podcast review
    Alice Isn’t Dead Is a Creepy Ode to the Great American Road TripThe fiction podcast is packed with horror, eldritch mythology, and a glowing affinity for the romance of travel.
  29. podcasts
    What to Expect in Crimetown Season 2Creators Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier on why they decided to dig into Detroit’s messy politics.
  30. podcasts
    Serial, Still a JuggernautMore than 1.4 million people downloaded each of season three’s first two episodes within the first 14 hours of release.
  31. podcasts
    Inside The Daily’s Powerful Episode About High-School Sexual AssaultThe podcast’s “A High School Assault” is a quiet, bracing, and emotional listen.
  32. podcasts
    Crimetown Season 2 Will Dig Into Detroit’s CorruptionThe Gimlet Media podcast will return on October 1.
  33. podcast review
    Serial Season 3 Is Ambitious, Addictive, and Completely DifferentThe hit podcast’s highly anticipated third season is off to a fantastic start.
  34. fall preview 2018
    10 New Podcasts to Listen to This FallSerial season three, a 99% Invisible mini-series, an investigation of Boston’s Gardner Museum heist, and more.
  35. podcasts
    Serial Season 3 Will Bring You Inside Cleveland’s Courts on September 20Hosts Sarah Koenig and Emmanuel Dzotsi take a deep dive into the city’s judicial system.
  36. everything is alive
    The Everything Is Alive Podcast Brings Objects to Life in an Odd, Edifying WayThe show does some truly enjoyable things at just the right level of strange.
  37. podcasts
    My Favorite Murder Creators Are Launching a Podcast NetworkThe first shows under the Exactly Right banner are scheduled to roll out later this year.
  38. podcasts
    Why Slow Burn Season Two Is All About Bill Clinton’s ImpeachmentA behind-the-scenes look at the Slate podcast’s latest obsession.
  39. the true crime wave
    The Biggest Questions Producers Ask Themselves While Making a True-Crime PodcastDoes it feel bad to contact the victim? How do we make it feel like it’s not true crime?
  40. audiobooks
    The Coming Storm Is Riveting, But Why Is It an Audiobook?In his latest project, Michael Lewis investigates America’s crisis of kleptocracy.
  41. podcasts
    Slate’s Slow Burn Podcast to Return With New Season About Clinton ImpeachmentPremiering August 8.
  42. podcasts
    Pod Save America’s Jon Favreau Has a New Politics PodcastThe Wilderness is about the history and future of the Democratic Party.
  43. podcasts
    In the Dark’s Madeleine Baran on the Curtis Flowers Investigation“It’s definitely the most difficult story I’ve ever reported.”
  44. podcasts
    You Must Remember This Is Back With Stories of Hollywood’s ‘Urban Legends’Karina Longworth previews the new season of her hit podcast about Hollywood’s forgotten history.
  45. HowStuffWorks Announces Two Very Spooky PodcastsThe Atlanta podcast giant HowStuffWorks is leaning into creepy fare for its next big releases.
  46. podcast review
    Caliphate Is a Breathtaking Investigation of ISISThe New York Times podcast answers an essential question: “Who are we fighting, anyway?”
  47. podcast review
    In the Dark Is a Scathing and Meticulous True-Crime PodcastWith the quiet precision of a scalpel, In the Dark’s second season is the very best version of the genre.
  48. podcasts
    You Can Finally Listen to Podcasts With Your Apple WatchRun and podcast at the same time.
  49. How Will Amy Schumer’s Huge Spotify Deal Change the Podcast Industry?Spotify is reportedly paying more than $1 million for rights to Schumer’s podcast.
  50. What to Expect from Dissect’s Deep Dive on Frank OceanThe third season of Spotify’s excellent music podcast will focus on Frank Ocean’s 2016 album Blonde.
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