Can a podcast actually save America? Three former Obama staffers think so
In February, three former Obama administration staffers sat on stage in Brooklyn at a podcast/radio festival talking politics with New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio, a month after the inauguration of Donald Trump.
As far as choirs go, it was an easy one to preach to.
“Doing an event at BAM is not just preaching to the choir. It’s inviting them on stage and doing a Rockettes-style dance,” cracked Tommy Vietor, one of the three to interview the mayor.
Such is the tenor of one of the newest and most irregular media startups of the moment — biased, funny, and cautiously self-aware.