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The Story Behind Your Work Is the Inspiration for Slack's New Branded Podcast
Finally landing your dream job is only half the story in Slack's new career-focused podcast. On Monday, the work-collaboration software company launched a branded podcast series called Work in
Podcast: The Legacy Of Fallout 4
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, I’m joined by deputy editor Patricia Hernandez to talk about Pokémon, Fallout, and Red Dead Redemption 2.Read more...
How NPR Increased Podcasting Ad Sales by 10 Times in 2 Years
NPR has the equivalent of a podcast testing lab that's now starting to reap huge financial dividends. For instance, the media organization late last year wanted to launch a new politics podcast, so it
Podcast: We're Psyched For Nintendo Switch
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I tackle the biggest gaming question of the next five months: What happened to that dude’s dog in the Nintendo Switch commercial?Read more...
Podcast: Skyrim Is Still Great
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’ve got more games than we can even handle. Titanfall 2! Skyrim Special Edition! Final Fantasy XV! House of the Dying Sun! Mafia 3! And on, and on. Read more...
Podcast #249: The Benefits of Pride
Pride. It’s been called one of the deadly sins. But what if pride holds the key to human success and flourishing? Well, that’s the argument my guest makes in her book, Take Pride. Her name is Jessica
Podcast: The NES Classic And The PS4 Pro
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we take some time to distract ourselves from the horrible, horrible world by talking about video games. Read more...
Podcast: More Dishonored Can Only Be A Good Thing
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re joined by managing editor Riley MacLeod to talk Dishonored 2, Hitman, and Watch Dogs 2.Read more...
Our Favorite Ways To Play Overwatch's Sombra
Our (aspirationally) weekly Overwatch show returns with a new name, Let’s Break It Down, and a new hero to discuss! Sombra can hack everything, teleport, and turn invisible. She is a handful, and also
What the IAB Wants Ad Buyers to Know About Digital Audio
When was the last time you listened to an internet radio station or a podcast? If you said "recently," then chances are you're an 18- to 34-year-old smartphone streamer, at least according to the
Podcast: Final Fantasy Never Left
Lots of people are saying Final Fantasy is back. Those people should go play Final Fantasy XIV. Still, FFXV is pretty good, and we’re talking about it on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen. Read more...
Podcast: Westworld's Killer Finale And The Mysteries That Remain
HBO’s Westworld just put a cap on its terrific first season. Come talk about it with us, won’t you? Read more...
Podcast: We’re Hungry For Games That Feel Different
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I sat down in the very same room to talk about hamburgers, poutine, and also occasionally video games. Read more...
Tinder Just Launched a Branded Podcast About Dating With Gimlet Creative
How often has someone just sent you a message that said "hey"? Maybe you weren't even lucky enough to get punctuation or capitalization with it. Maybe you were the one who sent such a bare-bones
Podcast: What'd We Get Wrong About 2016?
In January, Kirk and I made a whole bunch of predictions for 2016. On today’s Kotaku Splitscreen, it’s time to see which ones were right. Read more...
Lena Dunham: “I still haven’t had an abortion, but I wish I had”
Podcast: Super Mario Run Is Pretty Damn Great
Super Mario Run is surprisingly challenging, which is one of the reasons I like it more than I thought I would. Let’s discuss—on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen.Read more...
Podcast: AAA vs. Indie Development
Kotaku friend and newly independent developer Matthew Burns joins us on this week’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen to talk about the differences between AAA and indie development.Read more...
Some (non-political) podcasts to get you through 2017
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The Expanse fans, rejoice! Our episodic podcast with the creators launches February 1st
Syfy Wire introduces The Churn, featuring Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham, authors of The Expanse.