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What happens when media, entertainment, and technology collide? Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters to get their take. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Enjoy sessions from past events like Code Media and the renowned Code Conference, along with other interviews hosted by Recode journalists. Featured episodes include candid conversations with comedian Chelsea Handler, entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
 
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The Inspiration4 space mission was historic. It may have laid the groundwork for the future of commercial space travel, which offers limitless possibilities for space-themed brand deals and product placements. Axios’s Miriam Kramer (@mirikramer) and Recode’s Rebecca Heilweil (@rebheilweil) explain. References: Read Rebecca’s story here. Listen to M…
 
Instagram is no longer going to be a photo-sharing app, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri announced earlier this summer. So what is Instagram going to be instead? Mosseri talks to Recode’s Peter Kafka about his plans to emphasize video and commerce for the service, competing with Tik-Tok, and looming regulation. Mosseri also talks about recent revelation…
 
New reporting from the Wall Street Journal confirms what many teens already knew: Instagram can be harmful to their body image and self-esteem. And as it turns out, the company knows it too. Recode Media’s Peter Kafka (@pkafka) asked Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, about these revelations. References: Listen to Peter’s full interview with Adam…
 
Republicans primed their voters to believe the California recall was stolen. And right-wing media helped them. Vox’s Aaron Rupar explains. Read Aaron’s story here. Enjoyed this episode? Rate Recode Daily ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. What do you want to learn about on Recode Daily? Send your requests and questions to recodedaily@recod…
 
The mobile gaming giant Roblox is hugely popular among minors — most of them young kids. But it turns out the platform has a burgeoning strip club and sex work scene. Players say it’s all fun and games, but the lines are blurred when adult users get involved. E.J. Dickson (@ejdickson) with Rolling Stone joins Recode Daily to explain. References: Re…
 
Millions of people got Covid-19 tests through Walgreens. Their information wasn’t adequately protected. Recode’s Sara Morrison explains. Read her report here. Have a tip for one of our reporters? Email recodedaily@recode.net Enjoyed this episode? Rate Recode Daily ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear…
 
Facebook and Ray-Ban announced their new collaboration: Ray-Ban Stories, their version of smart glasses. And they are surprisingly normal-looking, something developers hope will someday make their smart glasses as ubiquitous as a smartphone. Alex Heath (@alexehealth), senior reporter at The Verge, explains. Read Alex’s story here. Enjoyed this epis…
 
El Salvador recently became the first and only country to recognize bitcoin as an official currency. It’s a high-risk, high-reward experiment for the and the world is watching. The Wall Street Journal’s Caitlin Ostroff explains. Read Caitlin’s work here. Enjoyed this episode? Rate Recode Daily ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. What do you…
 
The pandemic put a lot into perspective, especially when it comes to work. Millions of Americans lost their jobs during lockdown, while others found themselves juggling remote work and child care. And now more and more people are juggling a full-time job, child care, and another job on the side to help pay the bills. Recode’s Rani Molla (@ranimolla…
 
Mark Gurman has been one of the best-sourced Apple reporters since he was in high school. Literally. Now he’s at Bloomberg, with deep insight into Apple’s new product line - new iPhones this year, new “mixed reality” headsets next year - and its political and philosophical ideology - why it's fighting regulation in courtrooms and capitols around th…
 
We use email for practically everything. We use it for everyday things like food delivery apps, newsletters, and streaming services. We also use it for serious things like managing our finances, applying for jobs, and communicating with loved ones. But how safe is email? Can we really trust it with some of our most sensitive information? Recode’s S…
 
The pandemic has put immense strain on the global supply chain. Everything from basic food items like chicken wings to critical tech components like computer chips is running low. Recode’s Rebecca Heilweil (@rebheilweil) and Vox’s Terry Nguyen (@terrygtnguyen) join Recode Daily to discuss how this could impact your year-end shopping plans. Referenc…
 
Air conditioning technology was considered revolutionary in the 20th century, but over the years, it’s proven to be devastating for the environment. Today, Recode’s Adam Clark Estes is joined by Eric Dean Wilson (@ericdeanwilson), the author behind After Cooling: On Freon, Global Warming, and the Terrible Cost of Comfort, to discuss how to rethink …
 
Defector Media launched a year ago as a digital publishing experiment: What if the former staff of Deadspin built and owned their own site, fueled entirely by subscriptions? Now it looks like we have an answer: It’s working, really well. Editor in chief Tom Ley walks Recode’s Peter Kafka through Defector’s financials and argues that a site that run…
 
Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, August 29. The powerful storm grew to Category 4 by the time it crashed into the coast, and with a storm this strong, one big question was on everybody’s mind: Will the levees hold this time? They did, and here to explain how they worked is Associated Press reporter Jeff Amy (@jeffamy). Jeff wrote…
 
In some parts of the US, customers in bars and restaurants are now required to show proof of vaccination against Covid-19 in order to enter the business. This can give servers, hosts, and bartenders peace of mind when they go into work, but it also puts the burden of enforcing the rules on those same employees. As Recode’s Rebecca Heilweil (@rebhei…
 
The New York Times’ Shira Ovide, writes the popular and incisive On Tech newsletter, which means she gets to write about… everything. She sits down with Recode’s Peter Kafka to discuss some of her latest stories in her column like why “Tech Can’t Fix Everything”, how society rather than social media itself is more to blame for the spread of misinfo…
 
For the first time in 20 years, the Taliban controls Afghanistan. This change in power raises questions for companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube as they have to figure out how to handle what was once considered an insurgent, terrorist-affiliated group now potentially governing an entire country. Vox’s Jen Kirby (@j_kirby1) explains. Refere…
 
Students and teachers are returning to classrooms after more than a year of virtual learning, but going back to school doesn’t mean going back to normal. Vox’s Anna North (@annanorthtweets) joins Recode Daily to break down how schools are preparing. References: Read Anna’s story here Enjoyed this episode? Rate Recode Daily ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review …
 
What is OnlyFans, and why did OnlyFans abandon and then come back to its primary business model in the span of a week? MEL Magazine’s Magdalene Taylor joins Recode’s Peter Kafka to explain the rise of the NSFW platform, and why some banks are reluctant to work with a company that consumers seem to love. Then BuzzFeed News’ Joe Bernstein talks about…
 
Many companies are preparing to return to the office this fall, but how is that going to work? Will the way we do our jobs be forever changed because of the pandemic? Do American workers have the motivation – and opportunity – to change the status quo? These are all questions we had, so Recode’s Rani Molla asked them for us. She talked to Tsedal Ne…
 
The World Wide Web is kept interconnected through hyperlinks. But what happens when those hyperlinks stop working? Researchers say hyperlinks are dying at an alarming rate, and it could signal trouble for journalists, historians, and academics. Clare Stanton (@clare_stanton) at the Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School joins Recode Daily to …
 
Work from home typically means Zoom calls and Slack, but Mark Zuckerberg is envisioning a new way to work remotely: virtual reality. Last week, he unveiled Workrooms: Facebook’s latest effort to enter the “metaverse.” Recode’s Shirin Ghaffary (@shiringhaffary) explains. References: Watch Mark Zuckerberg’s full interview with CBS unveiling Horizon W…
 
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