PJ Vogt

WNYC’s “On the Media” and co-host of the podcast “TLDR”

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Producer for WNYC's On The Media and co-host of the podcast TLDR

PJ Vogt on KCRW

It’s almost 2015, and the battle between publishers and Google News continues -- at least in Spain, where newspapers are furious at the Internet giant for publishing snippets of their…

Google v Newspapers with “Reply All”

It’s almost 2015, and the battle between publishers and Google News continues -- at least in Spain, where newspapers are furious at the Internet giant for publishing snippets of their…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The power of the internet is undeniable: A few tweets can turn a random bag boy into an instant celebrity or destroy a politician’s career.

Bill Cosby’s Twitter Fail and Kim Kardashian’s Win

The power of the internet is undeniable: A few tweets can turn a random bag boy into an instant celebrity or destroy a politician’s career.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

You’re walking down the street, and someone randomly shouts out that you’re hot. If you’re a guy, you might think that sounds pretty great.

Calling Out Catcallers

You’re walking down the street, and someone randomly shouts out that you’re hot. If you’re a guy, you might think that sounds pretty great.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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