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Best Tribune Audio Network Ktla podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Tribune Audio Network Ktla podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley interviews newsmakers, celebrities, technologists and tastemakers about what drives and inspires them, and how they got where they are today. With no time limits on “Frank Buckley Interviews,” Frank gets his guests to reveal more about themselves than they can during a typical live TV segment. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Channel 5 Saturdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at midnight.
 
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A look at Samsung's latest smartphones including the S20 lineup and Z Flip foldable; Google gets groovy for Valentine's Day; Mac malware outpaces PCs for the first time; Siri can answer election questions. Listeners ask questions about setting iPhone app defaults, upgrading to a Roku Ultra, equipment to start a podcast and whether 5G is just hype.…
 
Tommy Davidson is a comedian and actor who came to fame in the 1990s as one of the stars of the groundbreaking sketch comedy TV show "In Living Color," the first network TV sketch comedy show created by an African American writer-producer-star (Keenan Ivory Wayans) that featured a multicultural cast. Tommy has also appeared in dozens of TV shows an…
 
Manny Garcia is an educator, creative, and clothing designer. He was born in Texas and raised primarily in Michigan. He grew up surrounded by music, which ignited his creativity, but despite that passion, Manny pursued teaching. Later, his ambitions outgrew Michigan, and the desire to give music a shot was too strong to ignore—so he moved to Nashvi…
 
Ring introduces a Control Center for easier management of privacy settings; Apple Watch tips and tricks; Google Maps turns 15; Google Photos lets strangers download other users' videos by accident. Listeners ask about switching to a new wireless home internet provider, Apple Watch bands, the difference between Libby and Overdrive and creating ringt…
 
Josh Mankiewicz is a correspondent on NBC's Dateline, the network's signature newsmagazine. Dateline is NBC's longest-running prime-time program airing since 1992. Josh is celebrating 25 years with the program this year. Prior to NBC and Dateline, Josh was a correspondent on Fox Broadcasting's newsmagazine show Front Page, and was a political repor…
 
Google Nest thermostats can now detect HVAC issues; TextNow offers free calls and texts for a one time $10 fee; new iPhone app lets you record two cameras at once; Facebook debuts a tool to limit third party tracking; a Peloton style experience for less than half the price. Listeners ask about redeeming Apple gift cards, spying on text messages, up…
 
On January 26th, 2020, a horrific helicopter crash claimed the lives of 9 people, including Lakers basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianni “Gigi” Bryant. They were en-route to a basketball game at the Mamba Sports Academy in the Thousand Oaks/Newbury Park area of Southern California when the helicopter went down. Almost a …
 
Zara Alexandrova is a stylist and fashion consultant. She was born in Armenia and grew up in Russia. Since childhood, Zara always had an eye for fashion. She loved putting together outfits for school, and was even known to alter her mother’s wardrobe. Zara saw fashion as a means to be “the woman that she wanted to be.” Growing up in Russia, however…
 
How not to get your phone hacked like Jeff Bezos; Apple's less than secure iCloud encryption; the Smart Contact lenses of the future; a new earthquake app; Seattle allows voting by cellphone. Listeners ask about changing the default search engine on their web browser, pop up ads on their phone, using Apple's family sharing features and two factor a…
 
Cristela Alonzo is a comedian, actress, show creator-writer, and an author with a new book "Music to My Years: A Mixtape-Memoir of Growing Up and Standing Up." Her stand-up special "Lower Classy" is streaming on Netflix. She is the first Latina to create, produce, and star in her own primetime network sitcom "Cristela." During this podcast, Cristel…
 
Google now lets you use an iPhone as a physical security key; HP might make printer ink cheaper; Google assistant gets some helpful new features; Verizon launches a privacy focused search site with some nifty tricks; Fitbit activates blood oxygen monitoring sensors in existing devices. Listeners ask about the end of Windows 7, AirPods Pro issues, a…
 
Paul Tazewell is a Tony and Emmy Award winning costume designer whose most recent work is featured in the film "Harriet" about Harriet Tubman, the iconic abolitionist who escaped slavery and then helped hundreds of other slaves to escape as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. Paul Tazewellbegan his Broadway career in 1996 as costume designer f…
 
Recorded on the show floor at CES 2020 Las Vegas in Renovo's fully autonomous Chrysler Pacifica. Rich & Meghan discuss Colgate's new toothbrush that tells you when you've actually cleaned your teeth; A ride in Qualcomm's self driving car; a Pizza making robot; LG's Veggie Growing Refrigerator; Fingerprint Door Lock; Arlo Pro 3 Wireless Floodlight S…
 
Larry King is a talk-show host who currently appears on Ora.Tv and Hulu hosting Larry King Now and PolitiKING with Larry King. He began his career on radio in Miami in the 1950s and became nationally known as the host of the Mutual Broadcasting System's overnight radio program The Larry King Show which launched in 1978. From 1985-2010, he hosted La…
 
Wyze explains what was and was not exposed in a large data breach; California's new online privacy law explained; Filing taxes for free should get easier; Amazon holiday shopping numbers; top journaling apps for 2020. Listeners ask about Facebook's privacy notice, recycling old gadgets, dragging and dropping MP3 files onto an iPhone and recovering …
 
Frank Buckley Interviews is wishing you health, happiness, and prosperity in the new year! We're looking back at conversations with incredible individuals to start your 2020 with some optimism! First, Dr. David Fajgenbaum shares how he saved his own life from his deadly Castleman disease, and how several instances on the brink of death taught him h…
 
As 2019 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at our five most downloaded episodes of the podcast! First, "America's Sleep Doctor" Dr. Michael Breus shares tips to recover from the holiday season and get better sleep. Comedy legend Richard Lewis' relationship with Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David is just as hilarious off-screen as it i…
 
Visa warns about gas station card fraud; a new way to stream local OTA channels; best gadgets of the past 10 years; Instagram fights online bullying. Listeners ask about the differences between a Chromebook and laptop; Android or iPhone and how to block annoying ads on an Android phone. Follow Rich: https://www.instagram.com/richontech/ Follow Megh…
 
Cyndi Lauper is a singer-songwriter who has sold more than 30 million albums and is known for hit songs like "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time," and "True Colors" among many others. Cyndi is also a Broadway composer whose "Kinky Boots" garnered six Tony awards including Best Musical and Best Original Score for Cyndi. She is also a co-…
 
Google protects your password better in Chrome; A processor change might actually make Android phones worse next year; iOS 13.3 adds even more helpful parental controls; You can now sell your house directly to Zillow; a fire safety device; Hue dimmer switch and an app that turns your iPhone into an old school iPod. Follow Rich: https://www.instagra…
 
On this episode of the podcast, it's a look back at conversations with some notable authors. Viet Thanh Nguyen's novel The Sympathizer was just named to Esquire Magazine's list of top 11 books of the decade. He shares how fleeing to the U.S. from Vietnam as a child influenced the spy novel. It was recently announced that Tembi Locke's book From Scr…
 
An upcoming iPhone might ditch wired connectors completely; Google Photos gets a feature to help you send picture messages to friends and family; breaking down the FBI's smart TV warning; Mattress hackers; best apps of 2019. Listeners ask about the best duplicate file finder programs, the best flip phone for seniors, Apple's credit card reporting t…
 
Reza Aslan is a religious scholar and the author of three international best-selling books including the #1 New York Times Best Seller "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth." He is also the host of "Rough Draft with Reza Aslan" on the new Topic streaming service on which he interview writers and authors about writing, and he co-hosts the…
 
Nick Dardes is originally from the small town of Beaufort, South Carolina. He describes himself as an aspiring writer, but also says he’s the guy who is willing to do just about anything in the entertainment industry. His love for film began after watching the first Spider-Man movie in 2002. By middle school, he was making short films and by high s…
 
Camilla Townsend is a Distinguished Professor of History at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. She is an expert on Native American history. During this special Thanksgiving Day edition of Frank Buckley Interviews, Professor Townsend discusses America's first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. Professor Townsend explains why the religio…
 
How thieves are using Bluetooth scanning apps to target valuables in your car; my favorite Holiday Shopping tools; Fake Amazon reviews; Ford's new electric Mustang SUV; a website with details on original streaming programming. Listeners ask about watching Disney+ on their older smart TV, a free streaming movie service through the library and the be…
 
Ambassador Susan Rice served as national security adviser and as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations during the Obama Administration. In September 2012, she appeared on several national Sunday morning news programs to provide the administration's understanding of the circumstances surrounding the attack on the American diplomatic facilities in Be…
 
The Razr flip phone comes back as an Android smartphone; Google enables an iMessage-style solution to all Android phones; A look at the Disney+ streaming service; Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro; Google Maps gets a handy feature for international travel; the Libby app for downloading free library books to your Kindle. Listeners ask about getting fr…
 
Richard Louv is a nature journalist and the author of "Our Wild Calling: How connecting with animals can transform our lives--and save theirs." Richard is the author of 10 books including "Last Child in the Woods" in which he introduced the phrase "nature deficit disorder" to describe what he calls "the price that humans pay for their alienation fr…
 
"Ears on" with Apple's new AirPods Pro noise cancelling headphones; Google Assistant gets SiriusXM stations; Sony shuts down PlayStation Vue streaming service; Spotify tests a kids app; Amazon Fresh is now included in Prime; Details on HBO Max; the Hottest Toys this holiday season. Listeners ask about the best earbuds for a Pixel smartphone, if it'…
 
Mark Kriski is the weathercaster on LA's #1 morning news program, the KTLA 5 Morning News. He has been with the program since its inception in 1991. Mark is also a professional boxing and MMA ring announcer, and his voice can be heard on radio and TV commercials and as a radio station imaging announcer. Mark is the recipient of numerous awards incl…
 
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