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The Media’s Take on Caleb Williams, Remembering Chris Mortensen, the Case of Timothy Burke, and Bryan’s Movie Debut

Bryan and David also talk about the fantasy booking of the Democratic convention and sad polls from politicians

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Pitchfork’s Greatest Hits, Joe Biden Does Late Night, Richard Lewis Obits, and Revisiting ‘The War Room’ With Sean Fennessey

Bryan and Sean are here to talk about all the latest media headlines!

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The Ezra Klein Heat Check, Peter King’s Exit, Vice’s Implosion, and the Allure of the First-Person Essay

Bryan and David get together to talk about a wide variety of media topics!

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Covering a Campaign Rematch, Media Free Agency, and the Return of Jon Stewart With The New York Times’ Astead Herndon

Bryan is joined by Astead Herndon to talk the campaign rematch, conversations on ‘The Run-Up’ with an organizer of Free Palestine Charleston, and more

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Super Bowl Broadcast Reactions, the Right Take on Tony Romo, a Report From Vegas, and How to Cover a Well-Meaning, Elderly Man

Bryan and David discuss the broadcast, Jim Nantz’s game-winning call, Phil Simms, and more. Later, Only in Journalism, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week, and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.

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25 Super Bowl Media Musings From Las Vegas

Tony Romo, Rich Little, Radio Row, and why the NFL should host every Super Bowl in Vegas

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Radio Row Mega-Show With Nora Princiotti and Chris “Mad Dog” Russo

Bryan is here to talk about a huge range of topics, including favorite Radio Row moments, Tom Brady as an announcer, the pressure on Tony Romo, and much more!

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Romo Rules, Revisited

Tony Romo’s unique style felt revelatory when he first entered the broadcast booth in 2017. Ahead of this year’s Super Bowl, those same qualities have gotten stale.

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How Sportswriters Can Win the Super Bowl. Plus: Inside Radio Row, Politicians Avoiding Nosy Reporters, and the Death of the D.C. Bureau

And later, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week, David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline, and the return of Media Piss Test

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Autopsy for ‘The Messenger,’ Tom Brady to Fox, and 2024 Media Rooting

Plus, farewell to Anthony Lane with The New York Times’ Benjamin Mullin and Puck’s Teddy Schleifer