The Fourth Watch Podcast is a curated conversation with some of the most interesting voices in the media, hosted by Steve Krakauer. In addition to interviews, it features honest analysis and criticism of the media landscape. Find out more at FourthWatch.Media.
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Another grifter talking to other sad grifters. Every “free thinker” with a podcast, YouTube channel, substack, etc. has the same exact talking points and uses skepticism to indoctrinate their audience. It’s lazy and copied all over the internet because selling skepticism is this centuries snake oil.
So hard to listen to between all the stammering and false starts and interruptions and like and ums and worn out talking points. Yawn.
Absolutely love this podcast. My only complaint is that it’s not a weekly thing. Great guests and insights of today’s media environment.
Always love listening to Steve’s interviews. He’s respectful to every guest and super knowledgeable!
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The Fourth Watch Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 40 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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