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Maybe it's just me, but the downward inflection used in the hosts' (all of them) speaking style grates on my nerves. I find the content very interesting, but the downward inflection voice is overused, and is apparently a style implemented on purpose by all the hosts. It sounds forced and unnatural, and isn't necessary, because the content is strong enough without it. It almost sounds like it would hurt to talk like that for very long. The material itself and the presentation otherwise is in... more
It’s a great podcast, don’t get me wrong, but god almighty Michael Barbaro’s voice is annoying. Talks too fast, sounds pretentious, and his interjections sound inappropriate.
News is hard to listen to these days. I appreciate The Daily and it’s commitment to reporting important and generally well researched stories. I have particularly resonated with the pieces that take us into others’ lives and open up the world a little more. Love listening!
I echo my fellow commenters in relaying my extreme disappointment in this episode’s lack of journalistic integrity and blatant spread of misinformation. more
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The Daily launched 6 years ago and published 1744 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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