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Noel King Joins Vox’s “Today, Explained” As Co-Host And Editorial Director

Some podcast networks have “released the hounds” on the podcasting space by bombarding the audio platform with new shows that sound like old shows or introducing new people without anything new to say.

Vox has gone a different way. The multimedia company continues to bolster its talent pool and groom in-house podcasters so that its podcasts continue to develop and release fresh content and search for new or neglected voices or viewpoints.




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Frank Racioppi

Frank Racioppi

I am a South Jersey-based writer who manages Podcast Reports on Blogger and have a book available on Amazon about podcasts and podcasting called “Ear Worthy.”

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