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This Week in Startups

Jason Calacanis

Every day, Jason Calacanis and Molly Wood cover startups, technology, markets, media, crypto, and the all the hottest topics in business and tech. They also interview the world’s greatest founders, operators, investors and innovators. Join in the discussion on Twitter:


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Latest Episodes

Howard Lindzon joins to talk about the different mindsets and skillsets of public and private market investors and breaks down what the future of the blockchain might look like. (1:39) Then, Producer Rachel is back with another OK Boomer segment, int... more

15 hours ago

Lon Harris joins the show for a full streaming industry breakdown, including $DIS earnings, $WBD drama, streaming strategies, and more! (1:59) Then, Molly interviews Ephemeral CEO Jeff Liu on building a high-quality temporary tattoo solution. (1:09:0... more

42 hours ago

Sunny Madra and Vinny Lingham join Jason for a fully loaded crypto market breakdown (1:40). Topics covered include: Tornado Cash being blacklisted by the US Treasury Dept, Coinbase Q2 earnings, smart crypto regulation, fixing early-stage crypto gover... more

3 days ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 1.5k ratings
  • Deirdre Bosa episode was awesome Molly Wood is doing great.

    I am glued to this show. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Molly Wood is a Biased Disgusting Person

    JCal - how can you have someone who is clearly a lib conspiracy theorist as your co-host? She’s running all over you and ruining this show. Get her out of here!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Molly has to go

    Strong opinions backed by a coherent framework and well articulated argument is good more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Go back to only Jason

    Was a regular listener for years but used to skip the episodes with Molly because she was such an awful guest. Was stunned to learn she was going to be a co-host. JCal must have statistics that say otherwise but this show was great and now has fallen out of my rotation. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • This Week in Fake Political Outrage

    Been listening to Jason since the beginning. Sorry to say but since Molly joined, I find myself skipping episodes or fast forwarding through others. I want to hear about startups and building businesses, not woke political crap. Stop with the PC takes and just give the startup/business news.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago

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#16 Canada/Technology
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#9 Australia/Technology

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