Dig into the hidden history of television with Vox's critic-at-large, Emily VanDerWerff. Each season, we explore the tragic, comedic, and occasionally world-changing stories that have marked a medium that's dominated the global conversation for the last 75 years. First up: TV's relationship with the presidency, featuring deep dives into The West Wing, 24, Veep, and more. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Richard Nixon’s political career paralleled the rise of television. He discovered how TV could make or break a politician. His successes and flops set a precedent for politicians who came after him, especially Donald Trump. Both men used television t... more
While they had radically different styles and politics, Presidents Reagan and Obama had at least one thing in common: They were both masters of the small screen. We’ll explore how both presidents used the medium to communicate their message directly ... more
I guess this one isn't coming back (fingers still crossed). Lots of people like to talk about television, but few are as interesting in their analysis as Emily VanDerWerff. I really hope she comes back to podcasting.
emily gorgeous queen we stan
smart, well spoken and highly interesting - I do hope there’s more to come!
A deeply enjoyable exploration of the connection between television and politics.
I hope there is more on the way this is a great listen.
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Primetime launched 3 years ago and published 8 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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