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They repeat the same commercial every two minutes. You can’t even get five minutes of news without some insipid female feeling hawking the same product over and over and over. I can not fathom how a producer can think people will listen. I’m sure the numbers are good but the bean counters can see who turns away. I love the journal but this is way beneath the quality of what they are capable of. Find something else for news. NPR has a great news podcast. You get a commercial every 19-15 minutes... more
25% if the episode is a commercial and they play the same commercial for the entire day. So listening to back to back, same day podcast will yielded 4 of the same commercials in a 4 minute timeframe. Nuts - waste of time.
In reading the news, Zoe Thomas incorrectly reported on April 4 2023 that Donald Trump pleaded GUILTY to 34 charges in arraignment in New York. The former president pleaded NOT GUILTY. more
This is a great briefing for up to date business reports. The morning briefing is great for when I take a shower, while I listen to the afternoon and Closing Bell briefings during my lunch break and commute home from work respectively. One thing that would help this podcast is an Opening Bell brief for whenever the stock markets open. Overall, great news updates from this series.
We are in a recession using all previous measures. On today’s show the speaker referenced going into a recession. Stop being political
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WSJ Minute Briefing launched 7 years ago and published 263 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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