What It’s Like to Cover the World Cup With Jason Gay

Bryan is joined by The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Gay to discuss the World Cup in Qatar and what it’s like to cover it.Host: Bryan CurtisGuest: Jason GayAssociate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The Joe Biden Semi-Boomlet, the Jerry Jones Photo, and a New Book by Anthony Bourdain

Bryan and David kick things off discussing Anthony Bourdain’s biography, ‘Down and Out in Paradise’ (0:33), before weighing in on Joe Biden’s bid for re-election in 2024 against former president Donald Trump (13:44). Then, they address the Washington Post story about Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones and discuss…
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George Lois and the Lost Art of the Magazine Cover

Bryan and David are joined by ForbesLife editor Michael Solomon to reflect on the career of George Lois and the lost art of the magazine cover. They discuss the statements Lois made and the influence of his art before running through a number of his most memorable covers, such as…
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Conservative Media vs. Donald Trump, Plus Who Wants to Cover the World Cup?

Bryan and David address Donald Trump’s announcement that he will run for president in 2024, and discuss which conservative media figures are behind him and which are leaving him behind (9:25). Later, they talk through the ongoing coverage of the World Cup (27:05), before switching gears and discussing Michael Lewis…
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The Night Everyone Thought Twitter Was Going to Die

In this near-emergency podcast, Bryan and David discuss the madness happening with Twitter and if it could actually shut down. They talk about the reaction to the potential end of the social media site, how the conversation has evolved, and the Musk of it all.Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David ShoemakerAssociate…
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The 10 Best Media Movies With Sean Fennessey

Bryan is joined by The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey to discuss their top 10 media movies, and hand out awards for their Favorite Movie Journalist, Worst Movie About the Media, and more!Host: Bryan CurtisGuest: Sean FennesseyAssociate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The Red Wave That Wasn’t, Trump for Prez (Again), and Revisiting the Fetterman Debate

Bryan and David revisit the midterm elections and touch on CNN’s loss of viewership compared to the other networks, weigh in on the unexpected results that swayed blue, and discuss both Trump and Biden’s bid for re-election (7:42). Later, they revisit the John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz debate addressing the…
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Press Box Election Night Live Podcast

Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker sort through the midterm election results, ponder the fate of the republic, and make fun of the pundits on cable news. Plus, David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David ShoemakerAssociate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Predictions for Tomorrow's Midterms, Bottom-Five Senate Candidates, and the Musk-Twitter Meltdown

Ahead of tomorrow’s midterm elections, Bryan and David discuss overarching pundit projections, touch on the most contentious elections, and weigh in on the news that Donald Trump could announce his candidacy next week (6:20). Then, they revisit the chaos on Twitter with Elon Musk restricting accounts, “legalizing” comedy, and bringing…
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Verne Lundquist on Calling Huge SEC Games, Memories of Kick Six, Johnny Football, and More

In preparation for Saturday’s prime-time game between undefeated Georgia and Tennessee, Bryan chats with former CBS sports commentator Verne Lundquist. Lundquist discusses what he misses most about calling sports, talks through his time working alongside Terry Bradshaw covering NFL games, and how he made it to the no. 1 spot…
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