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Best Moderators podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Moderators podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Community Signal is a weekly podcast for online community professionals, hosted by industry veteran Patrick O’Keefe. There are plenty of social media and marketing podcasts out there. That’s not what this is. Social media is set of tools. Community is a strategy you apply to those tools. Marketing brings new customers. Community helps you keep them.
 
In a discourse dominated by extremes, we must be radical in our return to moderation and listening. In the Radical Moderation podcast, Rabbi Ari Segal, Head of School at Shalhevet High School in Los Angeles, reinvigorates the art of the civilized debate. Tackling difficult subjects with a range of points-of-view, Rabbi Segal explores the simple truth of modern dialogue: It is important to say what we think, but it is equally vital to think about how we say it.
 
POLITICO's top reporters dive into the political landscape, the latest numbers that matter, and detail what's really happening behind closed doors. They're people who spend Friday nights poring over poll numbers or the latest Federal Election Commission reports — so if you want to understand how the modern politics game is played, this is the podcast for you. New episodes every Friday, hosted by Scott Bland.
 
Hosted by Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood, Make Me Smart With Kai & Molly is now a daily news podcast that breaks down the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the most complex topics of the week. Together, we make sense of today. Because none of us is as smart as all of us. As a leading public media voice, Ryssdal has been a trusted broadcaster for two decades and has received the Alfred I.duPont-Columbia University Award, a Peabody Award and an Emmy. He is the host of our daily news business r ...
 
Weekly wrap of events of the week peppered with context, commentary and opinion by a superstar panel. Click here to support Newslaundry: http://bit.ly/paytokeepnewsfree See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
Podcasting from Washington, DC – the nation’s capital where people talk for a living, Chicago - the Windy City, and Minneapolis – the heartland where folks work for a living -- Going MAD is a weekly podcast featuring entertaining social, cultural, and political commentary from the left, right and center. Co-hosts Matt, Alex and Darius forged an unlikely friendship in the desert kingdom of Jordan.
 
A podcast centered around technology from a man just trying to find his way in this life. Topics discussed are: Interesting new technology - Maybe new apps, web services, etc. - My views on technology and how it has impacted life and will continue to do so - how we use tech 'in' and 'to' advance our careers - and finally life in general as a husband, father, geek, and entrepreneur. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/technicallyliving/support
 
Modern and Meaningful Mental Health, Sobriety, Recovery and Wellness with Author, Clinical Counselor, and Master Coach Lynn Matti. Helpful discussions and tips for healing from stress, addiction, co-dependency, overwork, relationship problems, perfectionism and more. Lynn freely offers her professional and personal wisdom, evidenced-based therapy along with new and time tested tools, guidance, and inspiration for seekers of holistic mental wellness. Her mission is to help others choose, mode ...
 
Welcome to the BEST show on Blog Talk Radio. Its Fired Up Radio with Jonfun and guest hosts that will entertain you for a few minutes. We are commentary and content specialist here at Fired Up Radio. Life is to short to sit around and not talk about it what is going on in your life, in your community, in your government, in YOUR WORLD! So sit back and enjoy. Enjoy the premier stop on Blog Talk Radio.
 
Pastor Jay Bakker (Revolution Church, This is Radio Cast) and comedian/activist Kristen Becker (Dykes of Hazard Comedy) are the hosts of the brand-new podcast Loosen the Bible Belt. Originally a touring variety show featuring music, preaching and stand-up comedy beginning in 2017, Loosen the Bible Belt focuses on bringing people together through frank, (sometimes) tough discussions, comedy, and ultimately a message of love and acceptance. Each episode features a guest to share their stories ...
 
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The Minneapolis cop who murdered George Floyd, setting off a protest movement, Derek Chauvin, started his career as a military police officer at the notorious Fort Benning, a base named after a Confederate general that is home to the School of the Americas (now called WHINSEC), where the US Army has trained countless Latin American dictators, death…
 
This week, I address a video sent to me by a listener about the switch in the parties. Also, I talk about the confusion involving Bubba Wallace and the hangings in the High Desert region of Southern California, a new encryption act introduced in the Senate, Trump's COVID testing joke, and the return of Major League Baseball. --- This episode is spo…
 
It was just days ago that Facebook declared it would “not make policy changes tied to revenue pressure” after advertisers announced a boycott over the platform’s moderation efforts — or lack thereof. Today, Facebook announced it would, in fact, respond to that boycott by tamping down misinformation and discriminatory ads on its platform. So, that w…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about what it means to be tolerant and moderate, and what it means to be tolerant and moderate as an expatriate living in a host country. And what it means to be tolerant and moderate in the United States. Because I find that being tolerant and moderate in the United States – something I never was; I’ve always been …
 
The US claim of exceptionalism, even supremacy, has long been a strong irritant for the Russians, especially coupled with the hardship and humiliation brought about by the collapse of the Soviet Union. Fast-forward 30 years, how does Moscow see the tearing down of statues and the revision of not just history books but national identity currently un…
 
In this week’s NL Hafta, the Newslaundry panel of Abhinandan Sekhri, Raman Kirpal, Mehraj D Lone, Manisha Pande and Anand Vardhan are joined by Sandhya Ravishankar, award-winning journalist and editor of the Lede. The conversation centres on police brutality in India, in the context of the custodial deaths of a father and son in Tamil Nadu’s Thooth…
 
In this week’s NL Hafta, the Newslaundry team of Abhinandan Sekhri, Manisha Pande, Mehraj D Lone and Raman Kirpal are joined by Anoo Bhuyan, a reporter with IndiaSpend currently writing on healthcare. Among other things, the panel talks about the healthcare crisis and challenges brought about by the Covid-19 outbreak, the fire in Assam’s Baghjan oi…
 
Sixty years have elapsed since the Congo ceased to be the Belgium Congo and became an independent African state – and an extremely wealthy one at that. But just seven months after winning independence from Belgium in 1960, its first prime minister, Patrice Lumumba, was murdered. Many people believe that Lumumba was one of the greatest leaders Afric…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we firstly speak to the co-creator of ‘Yes Minister’ and ‘Yes Prime Minister,’ Jonathan Lynn. He discusses Sir Mark Sedwill’s intention to quit as the head of the civil service and cabinet secretary, how politicians view civil servants and vice versa, the similarities between ‘Yes Minister’ and ‘Yes Prime Minis…
 
The story of Jeffrey Epstein is filled with mysteries connected to powerful people in the US. After his alleged suicide last year, the stories of a powerful international pedophile ring started to slow down but the story that was never picked up was that Epstein was working for Israeli intelligence. This story is still being covered up and we’ll se…
 
While scores of businesses across the country continue to shutter due to the pandemic, Professor of Economics Richard Wolff explains how Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has multiplied his riches during the retail blackout. With Covid-19 completely reshaping the economic landscape, how can companies adapt to remain not just accessible to consumers, but relevant…
 
While economic upheaval continues to ravage the globe, the USMCA trade agreement has officially taken effect. Will this change the uncertainty plaguing global finance markets? Plus, hyper-sanitation is part of life, but will this attitude extend into cash? We explore the idea of a cashless society, and what the prospects of a digital future could l…
 
The FT politics podcast has relaunched as 'Payne's Politics' and in this first episode presenter Sebastian Payne and his guests analyse Boris Johnson's plan to get his government back on track and radically reform Whitehall. Plus, they discuss the UK's generous offer to the people of Hong Kong facing the latest Chinese clampdown. Seb's guests this …
 
President Trump is celebrating July 4th with four revered forerunners at Mount Rushmore. Anti-racist protests have brought down dozens of smaller monuments in the past month. The president says the left wants to “vandalise our history.” But Americans have never felt less proud of their national identity, according to Gallup. What is the political i…
 
Matthew Bacchetta MD, MBA, MA, and Whittney A Warren DO, join CHEST Podcast Moderator, Gretchen Winter, MD, to discuss if patients with advanced lung disease should be offered ECMO as a bridge to transplant if they have not yet been listed for lung transplant. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.2019.12.049 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chest.202…
 
Recent Supreme Court rulings might seem like a leftward shift. But Chief Justice John Roberts is leaving loopholes for future conservative challenges. China’s video-sharing social network TikTok was wildly popular in India, until the government pulled the plug this week. And why high-end Bordeaux wines are so (relatively) cheap. For full access to …
 
Recent Supreme Court rulings might seem like a leftward shift. But Chief Justice John Roberts is leaving loopholes for future conservative challenges. China’s video-sharing social network TikTok was wildly popular in India, until the government pulled the plug this week. And why high-end Bordeaux wines are so (relatively) cheap. For full access to …
 
Employment numbers received a boost in the United States this week, but could we see a resurgence in jobless claims as more states begin re-shuttering businesses? Plus, as with most sectors, Covid-19 has sent a shock through the real estate market. We break down how housing numbers match up around the globe, and whether anyone is looking to invest …
 
Many of the verses in this series seem very familier to the cast, but is that a help or a hindrence? Jen, Fiona and Neil consider why there are particular verses we hold onto throughout the Bible, no matter who we are. Alongside the usual discussion, they are also offrailed by a vague memory of what scripture is quoted in Chariots of Fire, when. Yo…
 
What's it like to study politics and international relations in China? And how does India fit into the Chinese world view? Manoj Kewalramani speaks to Hamsini Hariharan, an analyst and Yenching Scholar studying at Peking University, about life, politics and academic freedom in China. You can follow Manoj on twitter: @theChinaDude (https://twitter.c…
 
We’re about 113 days into this pandemic, heading into a holiday weekend unlike any other in recent memory. We’re still learning about the best way to treat COVID-19, and some states are coming around on mask mandates. It’s not necessarily getting any easier. So how are you doing? Thanks to everyone who joined us for the livestream. It was our best …
 
The Economist Asks: David Malpass The president of the World Bank talks to host Anne McElvoy and Henry Curr, our economics editor, about how to stop covid-19 undoing decades of progress on global poverty. A veteran of the Trump and Reagan administrations, David Malpass argues that the private sector needs to step up. And what role should China play…
 
A once-fringe position on annexing the West Bank is now a real prospect. But both international support and opposition are lukewarm; not even Israelis think it a priority. For years, war-crimes allegations hung over Kosovo’s president. Now a court has weighed in—undercutting long-running territorial talks with Serbia. And why flashy homes in Sierra…
 
A once-fringe position on annexing the West Bank is now a real prospect. But both international support and opposition are lukewarm; not even Israelis think it a priority. For years, war-crimes allegations hung over Kosovo’s president. Now a court has weighed in—undercutting long-running territorial talks with Serbia. And why flashy homes in Sierra…
 
Scott Eastwood joins Dennis Miller to talk about his new movie "The Outpost." The film tells the true story of the deadliest battle in Afghanistan. Eastwood says one unique part of this film is not only that it is based on a true story but real life soldiers, some from the battle, are starring in the movie.…
 
President Trump is just one judge shy of 200 confirmations, which could cement his legacy in the federal courts for the foreseeable future. Also, a reported ‘shortage’ of fresh meat in the US has since been debunked as an effort to lure meat workers back to their jobs while remaining competitive with Chinese farmers. Plus, a Supreme Court ruling ha…
 
Professor Sir Geoff Palmer OBE came from Jamaica as part of the “Windrush generation.” As an academic, he developed a revolutionary process for the brewing industry and is now achieving further distinction as a human rights activist. Alex Salmond interviews him about his extraordinary life and career – and his personal take on the resurgence of the…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the canceling of Woodrow Wilson, former president of the United States and founder of the League of Nations, for his racist ideas. Wilson also created the Federal Reserve, an institution racist due to the nature of the Cantillon Effect. In the second half, Max talks to Aleks Svetski of Amb…
 
The US Federal Communications Commission has officially designated Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE as national security threats amid the nation’s rising tension with India. What geopolitical ramifications could this ruling have? And what does it mean for the future of 5G? Plus, Boeing is facing heat after an analysis from an inspector general…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about LGBTQIA+ and the importance of the plus because I’m part of the plus. I’m pansexual, so, L is for lesbian, G is for gay, B is bisexual, T is for trans, Q is for queer, I is for intersex, A is for asexual, and you can be one or multiple of those things, and plus is for other things such as pansexual and, for me…
 
The Government of India has banned 59 apps developed by Chinese companies - but what does it actually mean to "ban" an app? How will this affect tensions between India and China, and does banning ever really work? Anupam Manur and Prateek Waghre join Utkarsh Narain to discuss. You can follow Anupam on twitter: @anupammanur (https://twitter.com/anup…
 
We’ve gotten a lot of questions about the housing market during the COVID-19 recession. For today’s Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday, we’re going to dive into that, plus scary tech, reserve currency and a little “M*A*S*H” trivia. You can find a list of everything we talked about today on our episode page at makemesmart.org, along with a link to subsc…
 
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