This podcast is currently out of production, but its archives are still must-listens for those who enjoy reading. Check back every day to listen to shorter updates from Vox Medias podcast network of favorite journalists and TV shows. Whether you are new to the wonderful world of podcasts, or looking for your next great listen, we have got you covered. With our podcasts, Voxs doing the same thing you like our website -- covering big, complicated, important topics -- just on another platform. Our podcasts are ideal whether you are hoping to use your morning commute to learn about Obamacare, learn about how Bill Gates wants to tackle climate change, or listen to what inspired the best TV shows. A podcast from Jake Spencer and Paul Winfree, in which they interview the most interesting people on economic policy, accessible to everyone. 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Film critic Elvis Mitchell has been hosting The Treatment on the radio since 1996, and you can listen to a podcast by that name now. With an endearing no-fucks-give-a-fuck attitude, the podcast attempts to find joy in our increasingly grim world. Sometimes the story of the podcast is so clearly dynamite that you cannot believe that it has not been done before. We live in an intricate moment, flooded daily with world-wide news stories that can be difficult to follow or completely comprehend. In Myths of Millennials, we shine a spotlight on the biggest issues facing the United States, so that we can start working together to solve them. A podcast is an episodic digital audio series in spoken words, which can be downloaded by the user onto their personal device to listen at their convenience. Podcasts are similar in format to radio programs, but they exist as audio files that can be played whenever and wherever the listener wants. 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