The Daily

A daily News podcast featuring
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Done before I'm through my first cup of Coffee and it conveys almost everything I miss by skipping the network news channels. The Daily is part of my morning routine.
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Stumbled onto this pod and started binge-listening while renovating our house last year. Now, I listen everyday, if not every second day. I'm not in the USA but find most episodes really interesting, The Daily is essentially my news catch up time.
Very much enjoy this podcast. As another user said, very hit and miss with the guests, but overall a greatly entertaining podcast which I listen to daily.
Absolutely the best news podcast out there and Michael Barbaro is a king.
I appreciate the in depth investigation that goes into a short podcast. Which means I get a lot of information quickly.
Being from Belgium, this podcast is interesting to me to get some background information on the news from the USA that reaches us over here. Being a daily :-) podcast there are plenty of headlines to choose from. And strangely, the majority is also relevant for a listener in the EU. Just to say that besides politics, there are a lot of other episodes to choose from if your interests go broader.
If you want to stay informed about current events, this is your podcast.
I have made this apart of my routine over the last 6 months or so - highly recommend taking time to give this current events podcast a chance. It will make all your dreams come true. Enjoy!
I love how in depth they can get in 20 minutes. Super interesting stories, great reporting. Also love the "here's what else you need to know today" section at the end.
My favourite news podcast!
This is the New York Times' daily podcast. Rather than trying to cover all the current news, this podcast does an excellent job of really diving into one particular current event or issue at a time. Great journalism and some excellent interviews. This is easily one of my favorite news podcasts.
Production quality is top notch. After all, it is the NY Times. My only knock is that they pretend to be impossibly objective journalist rather than embracing who they are. I think podcast should be 110% true to themselves. I LOVE opposing views and I'm willing to listen to both sides of any argument. 5 star production with 3 star authenticity. It's had to be a billion dollar brand!
This is one of my critical, must-listen podcasts. I delay podcasts the moment this comes out every morning.
To the point, extremely well researched, great presentation - no one does this better. So far!
Very good - interview-based format which includes clips from news reports and other actuality, informing you about current news stories. It's the one podcast I regularly listen to. A slight problem is that it can be too long - '20 minutes' can be almost half an hour at times!
Depth including the human reasoning and reactions around the complex political issues and events of our times
This is how I start my weekday mornings every day. You should too.
I love this podcast for the day to day, some of the tangent stories are interesting but sometimes not
I am always somewhat disappointed with conversations with this particular columnist/reporter because he seems slow to connect data. For example, today he pointed out that's the testimony of Sondland and others is one step removed from Trump. The conversation never got around to the infamous phone call, which, with the testimony of these people is pretty darn solid. It's true that Graham is going to say that Trump was badly served by these people, and they were operating on their own agendas. But, Trump gave it all away in the phone call. And once more, we already know that Graham has no intention of attending to the testimony and will not vote to convict. So where is the onus? On the evidence or on the Graham/Trump GOP bunch?
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Podcast Details

Created by
The New York Times
Podcast Status
Jan 17th, 2017
Latest Episode
Feb 26th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
26 minutes
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