Recode Media

What happens when media, entertainment, and technology collide? Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters to get their take. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

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How the press can save itself in the age of Trump (Jay Rosen, professor, NYU)


NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about how the media, and the reporters who cover the White House in particular, should react to President Trump, who has frequently been hostile to their profession. Rosen says media orga


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 2017-01-19  49m
 
 

Fox's digital ad guy wants you to use an ad blocker (Joe Marchese, president of advanced advertising, Fox Networks Group)


Fox Networks ad boss Joe Marchese talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about why he, an online advertising executive, encourages consumers to use ad blockers. Marchese argues that the relationship between advertisers and the public needs to be reset because p


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 2017-01-12  41m
 
 

How to make $11 million by failing (James Altucher, founder, Choose Yourself Media)


Choose Yourself Media founder James Altucher, an entrepreneur and author of several advice books, talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about the importance of learning from failure in life and business. Altucher twice went from being a multimillionaire to nea


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 2017-01-05  58m
 
 

Why is there no fake news on LinkedIn? (Daniel Roth, executive editor, LinkedIn)


LinkedIn Executive Editor Daniel Roth talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about overseeing the editorial branch of the career-networking site. Roth says LinkedIn users police themselves in ways they don't on Facebook because they know their bosses and collea


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 2016-12-29  42m
 
 

Kara Swisher: Journalists must be 'tougher on everybody'


Recode co-founder and Executive Editor Kara Swisher talks with Peter Kafka about why the media needs to be tougher and more skeptical in the aftermath of the 2016 election. Swisher says journalists too often behave like "stenographers," lazily relaying w


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 2016-12-22  55m
 
 

Trump will blow up political journalism (Margaret Sullivan, columnist, the Washington Post)


Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan, formerly the public editor of the New York Times, talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about the effect of the incoming Trump administration on the world of political journalism. Sullivan says she initially t


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 2016-12-15  41m
 
 

Making viral videos before YouTube (Burnie Burns, co-founder, Rooster Teeth)


Rooster Teeth co-founder Burnie Burns talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about how the early viral video hit "Red vs. Blue" evolved into a thriving media company. Burns says Rooster Teeth, which predated the launch of YouTube by several years, has succeeded


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 2016-12-08  50m
 
 

Did racism motivate Trump's voters? (Stephen Dubner, co-author, 'Freakonomics')


Journalist and "Freakonomics" co-author Stephen Dubner talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about how behavioral economics can explain Donald Trump's victory, arguing that racism and xenophobia are symptoms of a deeper-felt economic resentment. He also discus


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 2016-12-01  45m
 
 

Trump-related 'terror and hysteria' isn't justified (Ken Kurson, editor-in-chief, Observer)


Observer editor-in-chief Ken Kurson talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about running the online newspaper published by Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Kurson says Kushner has no day-to-day influence on the Observer. He argues that reactions to his


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 2016-11-23  44m
 
 

Musicians who fight Spotify are 'so f-cking dumb' (Bob Lefsetz, author, Lefsetz Letter)


Bob Lefsetz, author of the influential music industry newsletter the Lefsetz Letter, talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about the winners and losers in the modern music business. Lefsetz says the traditional music label model was one of artificial scarcity,


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 2016-11-17  1h0m