If reading books sounds like an old and boring idea to you, the idea of listening to podcasts in a genre of your interest would be enticing. There are podcasts in just about every genre from food, music, history, and sleep to true crime, outer space, and trees. Among them all, music podcasts are usually the most engaging. Yes, it is one topic that is always fun and exciting to converse and debate about. If you’re a music nerd, you’ll enjoy music podcasts to get into spring mode. You can find music podcasts just about anything of your interest, from the lyrics of the classic songs to the characters who drive the show behind the scenes.(more…)
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With a reported 2.5 billion users worldwide, there’s no surprise that YouTube is one of the hottest spots to build a brand, share content, and make some serious cash. But with so many content creators out there, how can you make your YouTube channel stand out from the crowd? While there’s no magic formula to success, there are plenty of simple tips and tricks you can employ to set yourself up for a thriving YouTube channel. Read on to find out more…(more…)
After a long day of work and running errands, we all crave some downtime. When we’ve already made it to the bottom of our Watch List on Netflix, but still crave some entertainment, nothing beats a riveting podcast to wind down for the evening. One of our favorite podcast genres is true crime — some of the best storytelling goes on here! If you’re like us and looking to dive into some amazing tales that feature award-winning storytelling, we’ve got the list to get you started! Check out the 5 best true crime podcasts of all time, that we still can’t get enough of…
If you can believe it, we first mentioned this fan-favorite podcast all the way back in 2014! It’s the year 2020 and Serial is on its third season at the time of writing, but we still can’t get over the first one. From the very first episode, you won’t be able to tear yourself away as you’re taken back to Baltimore in 1999, and hear the story of Hae Min Lee, a popular high-school senior, who disappears after school one day.
Six weeks after her disappearance, detectives arrest her classmate and ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, for her murder. He maintains his innocence but Adnan also can’t exactly remember what he was doing on that January afternoon. A classmate at Woodlawn High School is sure she saw Adnan in the school library at the time of Hae’s murder. The trouble is, she’s nowhere to be found.
The Vanished is a weekly podcast that focuses on the stories and circumstances of missing people — hosted, narrated and written by Marissa Jones. The show’s aim is to focus on and bring attention to cases that never made it to national headlines or are long-standing cold cases, typically involving people who are drug users or sex workers. Each episode features interviews with the friends and family of the missing person, and on occasion with local law enforcement.
Wrongful Conviction, hosted by Jason Flom, is a podcast about tragedy, triumph, and injustice within the justice system.. Based on the files of the lawyers who represent them, joined by other criminal justice activists and experts, the podcast features interviews with men and women who have spent years in prison for crimes they did not commit – some of them having even been sentenced to death. From the lesser-known to high-profile such as that of American Amanda Knox, you won’t forget their stories.
The Dirty John podcast was released in October 2017 and quickly received immense public praise — so much so that Netflix picked up on the hype and produced a TV series based on the true story of Debra Newell, a successful interior designer, and the man she meets: John Meehan. John is the kind of man Debra has been waiting for: handsome, attentive, available, and recently returned from a year in Iraq with Doctors Without Borders. Debra’s family doesn’t like John however, and they become grossly entangled in an increasingly complex web of love, deception, forgiveness, denial, and ultimately, survival.
Hosted and co-created by Phoebe Judge, Criminal is an award-winning podcast that features stories of people who’ve “done wrong, been wronged, or gotten caught somewhere in the middle.” The podcast launched in January 2014, with new episodes coming out twice a month, and is now one of the most popular podcasts in the world. New York Magazine describes the show’s writing as marvelous, clearly depicting crime as “something sociological, historical, even anthropological — that crime is a function of people, time, and place.” Tune in to check it out for yourself!
Now that you have your choice of the best true crime podcasts of all time — as we see it, anyway — all you need is to get recording so that you can play your episodes on repeat like we do! Not sure how to get started? Check out our handy tutorial to Replay Radio, and start feeding your affinity for true crime podcasts.
With many of us spending a great deal of time indoors, more than we’re used to, most of that likely includes screen time. While Netflix watching marathons are always welcomed, there certainly are times when we might feel like doing something other than sitting glued to the TV set and instead, explore that spark of curiosity that we encounter every now and then. For that, enter online learning!
There is an abundance of online learning resources for those of us looking to learn a new skill, pick up a new hobby or enrich our knowledge of the world. While some of these require a one-time payment or monthly subscription fee, there are many free options to take advantage of.
Lucky for you, we’re here to help you get started on feeding your curiosity, and embracing the ‘inner nerd’ that’s inside all of us! Read on to check out some of our current favorite YouTube channels with beginner-friendly tutorials and informational videos ranging from visual arts to home improvement to programming, as well as a few fascinating podcasts that are sure to help you take full advantage of your indoor time. What’s more, with Replay Capture Suite, you can capture all of your favorites to watch later, so that you don’t have to waste precious bandwidth when it matters most.
YouTube Channels to Kick-Start Your Learning
Shayda Campbell – Art Tutorials
If you’ve been thinking about venturing into the world of art, or perhaps you already have some art supplies that could use a good dusting, Shayda Campbell’s channel is what you’ve been waiting for. Posting a new tutorial every Tuesday and Friday, Shayda shows you how to get started with watercolors, florals, hand lettering, ink illustration and bullet journaling. There are no limits to where your creativity can take you, and Shayda shows you how to gain confidence, build your skills and more importantly, enjoy the process.
Here is one of our favorite videos to get you started with watercolors:
This Old House – DIY Home Improvement
With more time spent indoors, you may have already tried your hand at some DIY home improvements, with varying levels of success. If you’re looking for additional guidance on the projects that didn’t quite have the desired outcome, or perhaps you’re in the market for inspiration, check out This Old House on YouTube. With videos on how to install a new toilet, how to build a chicken coop, or how to quiet squeaky floors, there is something for everyone. Though you might currently have limited access to friendly help from the experts at your local Home Depot or Lowe’s, This Old House brings the advice to you and helps you finish your DIY projects with success.
FreeCodeCamp – Programming Tutorials
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build a beautiful, responsive website or a mobile application, the FreeCodeCamp YouTube channel brings you an incredible collection of programming tutorials to spearhead your learning. From HTML and CSS to Python to Java, with the help of FreeCodeCamp you’ll no longer be asking, “how do I build that?” but rather, “what should I build first?”
If you’re at the very beginning of your programming learning journey, we recommend that you get started with some good, old-fashioned HTML and CSS fun. From there, see where your learning takes you!
Podcasts to Fuel Your Curiosity
The mission of the 99% Invisible podcast is to make us more aware of all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed structures and fabrics of our society, that ultimately shape our world. With over 400 million downloads, 99% Invisible is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes, and is sure to teach you something new.
To start, check out the episode On Beeing, which dives into the fascinating business of beekeeping in the United States, and the vital role that pollination services play in American agriculture.
It’s not just a history podcast. It’s a history podcast as told by Dan Carlin, also known as the master of long-form podcasting and “one of the greatest storytellers in the world”. Bringing his distinctive voice and style to every episode of Hardcore History, and with hundreds of millions of downloads, Carlin’s shows are some of the most listened to podcasts of all time.
Carlin weaves historical information with thought-provoking questions and unexpected twists into each episode to help illustrate the long lasting impact and continuing relevance of the past. Drama, surprises, empathy and chilling examples of both the triumphs and failures of humanity vividly depict the narrative. It’s this very trademark mix of elements that has been entertaining listeners since 2005.
Often ranked as the #1 business podcast on all of Apple Podcasts, and on many occasions having even been ranked as the #1 podcast out of 500,000+ podcasts, The Tim Ferriss Show brings a new perspective on the world of entrepreneurship.
In each episode, Tim interviews a highly successful individual, deconstructs and extracts the tactics, tools, and routines from their experiences that you, the listener, can use. This includes favorite books, morning routines, exercise habits, time-management tricks, and more. Past guests include the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, and 300+ others.
Ferris recently interviewed Sam Harris, a neuroscientist, philosopher, and author of five New York Times bestsellers, on how to cope during a pandemic and tame anxiety, amongst other topics of discussion.
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Whether you’re relaxing at home or trying to kill time on that long commute into work, listening to an audiobook is the perfect distraction to keep you entertained and your mind engaged. The best thing about an audiobook? You can enjoy your favorite novel, autobiography or informative non-fiction book while doing something else; cooking up a meal for family or friends, out on a run, driving to work or even just gazing out the window… An audiobook really is the perfect companion.
With thousands of bestselling works being made available as audiobooks every year, there’s endless audio content out there for you to enjoy. If you’re looking for somewhere to start, here are just some of our favorite audiobooks to while away the hours.
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Winner of the Best Audiobook (Fiction) at the New York Festival Radio Awards 2020, this outstanding reading of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic, The Handmaid’s Tale, is sure to send shivers down your spine. Narrated by Elisabeth Moss, the star of the Hulu television adaptation, The Handsmaid’s Tale tells the story of Offred, a woman subjugated by the patriarchal, totalitarian state of Gilead. The novel jumps between the past and present to recount the tales of Offred and her fellow Handmaids’ attempts to resist the regime, in a thought-provoking commentary on women’s rights, racism, religion, and how quickly and terrifyingly democracy can slip from our fingers. It might not be an easy listen, but it’s worth every moment.
Malcolm Gladwell – Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know
Some books come alive in audiobook format, and Malcolm Gladwell’s Talking to Strangers is certainly one of them. In this captivating examination of human behavior and interaction, Gladwell talks to the many people whose knowledge and observations make up the body of this book: scientists, criminologists, psychologists and more, and includes their voices as he asks them probing questions about the world around us and key events in modern history. With a similar feel to a podcast, this is a listening experience that will leave you re-examining how you think about the people around us, and thinking twice about how you interact with the world.
John Carreyrou – Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
It’s something that’s crossed all our minds: What really goes on behind closed doors in Silicon Valley’s fastest-growing and most controversial startups? This New York Times bestseller gives us the inside scoop on the spectacular rise and fall of Theranos, the now infamous startup founded by Elizabeth Holmes, by the journalist who exposed the lies behind the multi-million dollar funded company. This is a gripping listen that exposes the ambition of entrepreneurs, the smoke and mirrors that guild their promises, and the astronomical consequences when the startups fail to deliver the dream. This award-winning exposé will have you gripped.
Bill Bryson – At Home
Known for exploring the furthest corners of the world for his travel writings, this time Bill Bryson stays a little bit closer to home, literally. Ever wondered why our homes are the way they are, why we sleep the hours that we do, how salt became a kitchen staple? In At Home, Bill Bryson takes a tour through the makings of the modern home and pauses on the intriguing idiosyncrasies he finds along the way. This is a calming and fascinating listen that will make you think a little bit more deeply about the place you call home.
Lori Gottlieb – Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed
What happens when a therapist needs to see a therapist? To find out, get listening to this page-turning memoir turned audiobook by psychologist Lori Gottlieb. Answering many of the questions we’ve always wanted to ask the people who are normally asking us the questions… Maybe You Should Talk to Someone is a compelling insight into the world of psychotherapy and the people who hold all our secrets. There’s never been a better way to find out what’s going on on the other side of the couch.
Becoming – Michelle Obama
In Becoming, the former First Lady Michelle Obama takes us through her childhood, her marriage, her life in the White House and her experiences as a mother. Read by the woman herself, this is a poignant and insightful listen that doesn’t hold back: she shares uplifting wisdom alongside candid comments on the darker side of the American dream and US political life. This is also the perfect accompaniment for those who have loved the new Netflix series, also titled Becoming, and who just can’t get enough of this impressive and inspirational figure.
Trever Noah – Born a Crime
Trevor Noah, the much-loved host of The Daily Show, takes us back to his childhood in South Africa in a sometimes comical, sometimes horrifying account of life during the country’s transition from apartheid. Read by Noah himself, this is a coming-of-age story told with incredible honesty, with the sights and sounds of racially-torn South Africa portrayed vividly and compassionately in a demonstration of Noah’s skilful storytelling. You’ll be uplifted, and quite possibly brought to tears. This one is not to be missed.
James Joyce – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
If you’re looking for a classic, look no further than Colin Farrell’s reading of James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Dublin native Colin Farrell brings a warmth and authenticity to this literary favorite that tells the story of Stephen Dedalus as he tries to find his place in an era defined by burgeoning Irish nationalism and the restrictions of conservative Catholicism. A semi-autobiographical story about the conflicts of hedonism, family, religion and nationalism, this audiobook will be sure to capture the imagination and take you back to another place and time.
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The NFL season opener is right around the corner, and most of your friends are probably scrambling to get their top picks ready for their fantasy football team selection.
What’s that? You aren’t familiar with fantasy football? Or maybe, you’ve heard of it but aren’t yet sure what it is. Now is the perfect time to study up and get in on the action so you don’t miss a single play.
In arguably one of the most hotly anticipated events of the football season next to the Super Bowl, the fantasy football online draft pick is when fans from far and wide strategize their top picks for the upcoming football season and create their fantasy dream team in order to win some serious cash.
Picks are often based on the season stats and rankings from the previous year or the career trends of a player or team. The result of having a winning fantasy team at the season’s end? Major money. Or at least the possibility of it… Not to mention the opportunity to meet and connect with other diehard football fans. At the very least, combining two awesome things–sports and money–can make the entire season so much more fun to watch.
So where to begin? We’ve rounded up the best fantasy football podcasts in the game to make sure you’ve got the stats you need to make the best match-ups possible. When you’re armed with Replay Radio, you can make sure you’ve got your favorite podcasts categorized and lined up to record so you can go back, re-listen, and re-evaluate your picks to get set for kickoff.
Rotoworld Football Forecast
As a trusted name in the fantasy football world, Rotoworld has a veritable arsenal of podcasts to provide you with nearly every aspect of fantasy football. Our pick is this podcast, with its bite-sized episodes that keep you informed and tuned in to each ranking. This podcast is well-trusted, time-tested, and has become an authority of everything fantasy football in the years since its inception.
This podcast has everything you need to make it your source for all things sports betting. Because as fun and addictive as fantasy football is, one of it’s most compelling reasons for existing is getting a great payout at the end of the season. This podcast helps you to make the best bets with its regular analyses of the best possible outcomes. If you’re up for a mentally-stimulating breakdown of possible upshots, this podcast is the right place.
Eat. Sleep. Fantasy.
If you are looking for a great podcast to get your feet wet on the (imaginary gridiron), then you’ve found the right place. With a fun and immersive approach to fantasy football, the hosts take you through the highs and lows of the previous season in a playful and narrative way, so you have all the information you need to make the best picks for the season ahead–and have some fun while you’re getting up to speed!
In the longest-running fantasy football podcast on our list, The Audible comes through and with good reason… In a podcast that is thorough, informative and interactive, the hosts leave no stone unturned. The hosts don’t shy away from any topic… From deep dives of betting analyses to in-depth health reports for key players, this serial boasts of a strong team of hosts who can help you get the full low-down on all the biggest choices of the season.
Triple T Podcast
In this fan-centered podcast, the Triple T stands for “Takedown The Taek: Fantasy Football”… and it’s got everything you need to get your taek on. Perfect for football aficionados who need to separate fact from fiction in the world of Fantasy Sports, and get to the straight facts on their favorite players for the season ahead.
The Fantasy Black Book Show
Want your stats served up with some serious humor? Then this podcast is one you don’t want to miss. In a broadcast that is jam-packed with info, you’ll find genuinely quality content that’s worth every minute. With hosts that interact regularly with their fans, they answer any question across the gridiron. The best part of this podcast is that it runs year-round, so you can get your fantasy stats in well ahead of the game before the season starts.
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These days, you’ll hardly find the majority of news junkies sitting in front of the TV with their favorite broadcaster on. More often than not, people are consuming the news in more bite-sized ways, using live streams, top headlines, podcasts, and posted video clips on social media to get their fill of what’s happening in the world. With so much going on, and so many reputable and interesting takes on politics and world news, there’s a platform and a provider for everyone to access online.
Being able to tap into so many resources online for the news is incredibly important, and has played a direct role in how many younger people and adults are consuming and digesting the news; in the United States, roughly 93% of adults get at least some of their news online. Now, with a rise in the popularity of radio shows and podcasts, live streams and special YouTube channels, news publishers have adapted to meet those needs.
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Top Live Streaming News Channels Online
Live streams and videos through news websites, social media pages, and more places online are key players in the digital news space. By late next year, online video will be responsible for 4/5th of global Internet traffic and for us here in the United States about 85% of our web traffic will be video. Here are a few of the most popular online news websites that have ongoing live streams available.
CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics, and more. Head to the CNN live stream here.
The New York Times
The New York Times provides breaking news, multimedia, reviews & opinion on Washington, business, sports, movies, travel, books, jobs, education, real estate, cars & more. Head to the NYT news videos here.
Fox News provides breaking news and videos on the latest current news, U.S., World, Entertainment, Health, Business, Technology, Politics, and Sports. Head to the Fox live stream here.
CBS News is dedicated to providing the best in journalism under standards it pioneered at the dawn of radio and television and continue in the digital age. Head to the CBS live stream here.
With Replay Media Catcher, you can set up full schedules for all of your favorite segments or news programs airing online. With the tools to monitor and track live streams and exclusive video broadcasts, you’ll never miss an important moment.
Top Podcasts for the News, Politics & World Events
In 2018, 44% of Americans ages 12 and older have ever listened to a podcast, according to Edison Research and Triton Digital survey data, and 26% have listened to a podcast in the past month, up from just 9% in 2008. Here are a few of the most popular online news websites that have ongoing radio shows and podcasts available.
The Daily – by The New York Times
“This is how the news should sound. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, hosted by Michael Barbaro and powered by New York Times journalism.” Head here to listen to The Daily by The New York Times.
NPR News Now – by NPR
“Up to date and breaking news from NPR. Five minutes of headline radio news from the NPR news team, available on demand in this hourly podcast report.” Head here to listen to NPR News Now by NPR.
Global News Podcast – by BBC
“The day’s top stories from BBC News, compiled twice daily in the week, once at weekends.” Head here to listen to the Global News Podcast by the BBC.
CBS This Morning – by CBS Radio
“Start your day with award-winning co-hosts, along with CBS News correspondents around the world, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.” Head here to listen to CBS This Morning by CBS Radio.
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Photography is an art form, a thoughtful process, and way to focus your creative energy as well as preserve memories. Though it may seem counterintuitive at first to listen to a podcast on such a visual subject, photography podcasts are an amazing outlet for budding (and more seasoned) photographers to learn and develop their craft, as well as keep up with new photo trends.
As lovers of both, we put together a shortlist of our favorite photography podcasts — you can record and save them all using Replay Radio, and listen to them anywhere on-the-go, armed with your best photography gear.
1. Photography Tips from the Top Floor
If you’re into relaxed, casual conversations, this is the photography podcast for you. Photography Tips from the Top Floor is hosted by instructor/photography expert Chris Marquardt and follows a pattern of answering listener questions, talking about events, and offering up helpful tips in an easy-to-digest format — it’s a must-listen for beginners and pros alike.
2. The Candid Frame
The Candid Frame is a weekly podcast hosted by photographer, former technical engineer for Nikon, and associate editor for an array of photography magazines – Ibarionex Perello. The podcast is dedicated to conversing with world renowned photographers and learning more from there techniques.
3. Martin Bailey Photography Podcast
Tokyo-based photographer Martin Bailey delivers a podcast that’s equal parts informative and inspirational. In the Martin Bailey Photography Podcast, you’ll discover new photo-capturing techniques, the best gear for your buck, and even answers to some of the questions you’ve always wondered about photography.
4. The Digital Story
The Digital Story delivers a fresh, tech-meets-photography podcast every week, so there’s always something new to listen to. Covering topics from general tips, to reviews, to insights and in-depth experiences, host Derrick Story provides an experienced perspective to the photography podcast world.
5. Thoughts on Photography
Thoughts on Photography shared some of the most timely stories, trends and thoughts surrounding the photography industry, as well as what photography means to society as a whole. Though it’s not being updated with new episodes anymore, host Brian McGuckin built up a generous roster of interviews with the photography experts covering a wide range of topics that are timeless.
Curious for more great podcast recommendations? Check ’em out on our blog.
Technology enthusiasts are always scrambling for the latest new gadgets, unique mobile apps, and ground-breaking software and hardware that can change the way we live — they’ll always be a few steps ahead of the general public when it comes to anything new and cool in the tech world. We exist in a technology-focused society, and technophiles are some of the most advanced leaders when it comes to the evolution of that digital world.
For those with the insatiable desire to grow, adapt and become more powerful and productive through the use of technology, communities of tech podcasts have sprouted up all over the internet. If you’re like us and can’t get enough of the beautiful tech of today, there are plenty of amazing podcasts and series to keep you in-the-know — you can record and archive them all with Replay Radio:
1. Future Thinkers Podcast
For those far-out technology nerds out there, Future Thinkers Podcast is recorded just for you. Based almost exclusively on discussions around philosophy and technology, and how they inevitably intersect, hosts Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova explore ideas from artificial intelligence to the potential of future societies.
2. Recode Decode
Recode launched its podcast shortly after the start of 2014. Hosted by executive editor and all-around tech news genius/journalist, Kara Swisher, the podcast has featured interviews with well-known CEOs and influential tech figures discussing what’s up-and-coming in the tech world — particularly Silicon Valley.
3. This WEEK in TECH (TWiT)
If you search for the best technology podcasts out there, TWiT is bound to be near the top of the results list. Expert Leo Laporte launched the network more than 10 years ago, making it one of the longest running, most informative weekly roundups ever. If you’re selective like us, make this your one-stop for all things tech.
4. Note to Self
Technology can affect our lives, and humanity, at just about every level. Note to Self is a weekly show that examines just how far technology could go, and serves as a reminder for everyday people to “question everything.” Host Manoush Zomorodi explores questions like “what if everything you said was recorded?”
5. 99% Invisible
“Ninety-nine percent of who you are is invisible and untouchable.” – Buckminster Fuller. The 99% Invisible podcast aims to explore (and expose) many of the often-overlooked features of technology, design and architecture. With a larger focus on design itself, it’s the perfect tech-influenced podcast for the creative at heart.
Curious for more great podcast recommendations? Check ’em out on our blog.