Podcast of the Week: Byers Market with Dylan Byers

We introduce a new series here 9to5Mac that we call the Podcast of the Week. I listen to more podcasts than I care to admit, and I’m always looking for new shows to help me make sense of this crazy world in which we live, and learn about new trends in technology, or just get a good laugh. These s is going to be short and to the point. I’ll share a brief descripti of the program, and tell you why I like it, and give you subscribe to links to a range of podcast apps. This week, my favorite new podcast is the Byers Market with Dylan Byers.

I stumbled this podcast of somee to share it Twitter, and I was hooked immediately.

In episode 1, Dylan talks about Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg about the electi of 2016, and the new book: “Facebook: Inside .” I had heard a lot about Sheryl before the electi of 2016, but also a lot has been said about them in the last few years. I found the interview, to be hest, and an interesting way to look at Facebook for the past and the future in terms of the way in which our world interacts with social media.

In episode 2, Dylan talks with the ICC Expedia and Group chairman Barry Diller ctent streaming wars, the backlash against big tech, and the future of the media.

After two episodes, I know that it’s going to be a mainstay in my subscripti list. Dylan is an excellent investigator, and I look forward to the next episodes.

Dylan Byers takes you behind the scenes of a fast-changing world of technology and media. Power brokers, such as Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, ESPN’s Jimmy Pitaro and media mogul Barry Diller speak e-e with Byers how the industry intersects with the policy, the way in which they use the csumpti data in the form of their products, and what they think the future of the American culture holds.

I stumbled this podcast of somee to share it Twitter, and I was hooked immediately.

Do you have a show that I should check out? Send me an Email to let me know.

Dylan Byers takes you behind the scenes of a fast-changing world of technology and media. Power brokers, such as Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, ESPN’s Jimmy Pitaro and media mogul Barry Diller speak e-e with Byers how the industry intersects with the policy, the way in which they use the csumpti data in the form of their products, and what they think the future of the American culture holds.

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