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Brooks Barnes

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Hollywood correspondent for the New York Times

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Doesn’t it seem like everybody has a podcast these days? Comedians, actresses, business owners, journalists, chefs. The podcast startup, Luminary, is capitalizing on that.

Luminary wants to be the Netflix of podcasting, but is it too late to cash in?

Doesn’t it seem like everybody has a podcast these days? Comedians, actresses, business owners, journalists, chefs. The podcast startup, Luminary, is capitalizing on that.

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