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11:54 AM 2/4/2021

On the Media
On the Media
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OTM Presents – The Experiment: The Loophole
This week, OTM presents the first episode of a new weekly show hosted by our WNYC colleague Julia Longoria: The Experiment. When Mike Belderrain hunted down the biggest elk of his life, he didn’t know he’d stumbled into a “zone of death,” the remote home of a legal glitch that could short-circuit the Constitution—a place where, technically, you could get away with murder. At a time when we’re surrounded by preventable deaths, The Experiment documents one journey to avert disaster. • Mike Belderrain is a hunter and former outfitter in Montana. • C. J. Box is the author of more than 20 novels, including Free Fire, a thriller set in Yellowstone National Park. • Brian Kalt teaches law at Michigan State University. He wrote a 2005 research paper titled “The Perfect Crime. • Ed Yong is a staff writer for The Atlantic. Here’s the link to the episode at The Atlantic Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com. Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts This episode was produced by Julia Longoria and Alvin Melathe, with editing by Katherine Wells and sound design by David Herman.

35 min

BBC NEWS
BBC News
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BBC NEWS
BBC News
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BBC – 20210204

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VOA NEWS
VOA News
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VOA – 20210203

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VOA NEWS
VOA News
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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Updated around the clock, Reuters TV taps into a network of 2,500 journalists reporting from 200 locations worldwide. Straight from the source and made to fit your day.

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
19 mins ago
UnitedHealth names former Glaxo CEO Witty to lead company

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Economist Radio
Economist Radio
20 mins ago
The Economist Asks: Heather Cox Richardson
What does American history tell us about politics now? Anne McElvoy asks the professor at Boston College and author of the popular newsletter “Letters from an American”. Using the sweep of history since the civil war, she brings a long view to febrile US politics and explains why she thinks the GOP is like a car driven into a deep ditch. Also her personal connection to the sea shanty—the nautical songs taking over social media. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

29 min

BBC Minute
BBC Minute
20 mins ago
16:30 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
23 mins ago
The Latest: 02/04/2021 11:27am ET

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CNBC
CNBC
23 mins ago
CNBC
Market and business news updates from CNBC

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BBC News
BBC News
31 mins ago
BBC News Thursday, 4 PM
The latest news from the BBC

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Global News Podcast
Global News Podcast
38 mins ago
Former child soldier convicted of war crimes
Dominic Ongwen was abducted by the LRA in Uganda and had argued he was a victim. Also: the Myanmar military has blocked Facebook in a clampdown on the opposition days after the coup, and doctors in New York hail the first operation to transplant a face and hands from the same person to have been a success.

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CTV News Flash Briefing
CTV News Flash Briefing
40 mins ago
CTV News Flash Briefing
Updated throughout the day, this Flash Briefing from CTV News brings you the latest breaking news and headlines from Canada and around the world.

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BBC News
BBC News
42 mins ago
BBC News 16:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
44 mins ago
2021/02/04 16:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
47 mins ago
AP Update

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NPR News Now
NPR News Now
50 mins ago
NPR News: 02-04-2021 11AM ET
NPR News: 02-04-2021 11AM ET

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
50 mins ago
Новости – 04 февраля, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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Yahoo Finance Market Minute
Yahoo Finance Market Minute
50 mins ago
11 AM MARKET MINUTE
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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
50 mins ago
16:00 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
54 mins ago
AP Headline News – Feb 04 2021 11:00 (EST)

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Newshour
Newshour
1 hour ago
Myanmar’s generals cut off social media
Myanmar’s military government has cut off Facebook and other social media amid growing opposition to its seizure of power and the arrest of the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi. We hear how important Facebook is to people in Myanmar. Also on the programme: After hundreds of players and staff are forced to isolate days before the start of the Australian Open tennis tournament – how likely is it the event will go ahead? And why British scientists are mixing and matching Covid vaccines in a new trial. (Photo: People protest against the military coup outside Mandalay Medical University in Mandalay, Myanmar, 04 February 2021. EPA/KAUNG ZAW HEIN)

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NewsHour
NewsHour
1 hour ago
Myanmar’s generals cut off social media
Myanmar’s military government has cut off Facebook and other social media amid growing opposition to its seizure of power and the arrest of the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi. We hear how important Facebook is to people in Myanmar. Also on the programme: After hundreds of players and staff are forced to isolate days before the start of the Australian Open tennis tournament – how likely is it the event will go ahead? And why British scientists are mixing and matching Covid vaccines in a new trial. (Photo: People protest against the military coup outside Mandalay Medical University in Mandalay, Myanmar, 04 February 2021. EPA/KAUNG ZAW HEIN)

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
1 hour ago
The Latest: 02/04/2021 10:27am ET

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
1 hour ago
2021/02/04 15:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton
You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton
1 hour ago
Introducing: The Laverne Cox Show
Hey, You and Me Both fans! Since you love this podcast, we think you may like The Laverne Cox Show too. Check out the trailer and get episode 1 on February 4th! About the Podcast: Years ago, a therapist said in our very first session that there are only two things that we can truly control in our lives – our own perception and our own behavior. That’s it. Nothing more than that. Each week, The Laverne Cox Show will feature intimate conversations with folks who help me to see and think differently so that maybe I can act differently. It is my hope that this becomes a place that fosters perspectives that might inspire new behavior in each of us, which in turn gets us closer to becoming the very best versions of ourselves. Let’s have a spiritual makeover together. Listen and subscribe to The Laverne Cox Show on the iHeartRadio app, or wherever you get your podcasts!

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CBC News: World Report
CBC News: World Report
1 hour ago
CBC News: World Report for 2021/02/04 at 11:00 EDT
CBC News: World Report for 2021/02/04 at 11:00 EDT

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News
News
1 hour ago
The world news at 15:00 UTC on 02/04/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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Yahoo Finance Market Minute
Yahoo Finance Market Minute
1 hour ago
10 AM MARKET MINUTE
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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
1 hour ago
Новости – 04 февраля, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
2 hours ago
AP Headline News – Feb 04 2021 10:00 (EST)

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CBS This Morning - News on the Go
CBS This Morning – News on the Go
2 hours ago
2/4: Republicans refuse to punish one of their own members. Challenges getting the vaccine to rural areas.
We are at a crucial moment right now in American politics, with the Republican party facing a stark choice about its future. At the center of the drama is Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who escaped any punishment yesterday at a closed-door GOP meeting over her extreme views, including endorsing political violence and anti-Semitic falsehoods. According to the CDC, more than 27 million Americans have now gotten at least one COVID vaccine shot. But some rural areas in Virginia are being left behind because of how the process is designed. The CDC says classrooms can re-open, even if teachers have not been vaccinated, as long as COVID protocols are met. San Francisco is actually suing their own school district to force re-openings. The Pentagon is taking drastic action to root out extremism in its ranks, ordering a military-wide “stand down” over the next 60 days for urgent discussions on the issue. A former Columbus, Ohio police officer is now charged with murder for killing a black man in December.

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English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
English News – NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
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NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 23:00 (JST), February 04
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 23:00 (JST), February 04

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Morning Edition
Morning Edition
2 hours ago
Consulting Giant McKinsey To Settle Opioid Claims For $573 Million
McKinsey is the latest major American corporation to face legal, financial and public relations peril stemming from its role in the nation’s deadly opioid epidemic.

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Эхо Москвы
Эхо Москвы
2 hours ago
Особое мнение : Виктор Шендерович
Гости: Виктор Шендерович Ведущие: Маша Майерс

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L.A. Times Morning Briefing
L.A. Times Morning Briefing
2 hours ago
Los Angeles Times 2/4/21
Schools can safely move to reopen even if teachers are not all vaccinated, Newsom says; New COVID-19 vaccine sites will focus on elderly without transportation access; and California lawmakers demand EDD changes

4 min

News
News
2 hours ago
The world news at 14:00 UTC on 02/04/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

30 min

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
2 hours ago
Rush Limbaugh Feb 04, 2021
Well here we go again, Los Angeles Times claims that 75 years ago American leaders knew they didn’t have to drop atomic bombs on Japan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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CBS This Morning
CBS This Morning
2 hours ago
Golden Globe nominee Sacha Baron Cohen on bringing Borat back and chasing the role in “The Trial of the Chicago Seen”
British actor, writer and producer Sacha Baron Cohen starred in two of the most critically-acclaimed films of the past year. He’s now received three Golden Globe nominations for his role as political activist Abbie Hoffman in Netflix’s “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” for reprising the role of Borat, and as a producer on “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” He joined “CBS This Morning” co-host Anthony Mason to discuss why he was so determined and driven to make both a Borat sequel and star in Aaron Sorkin’s “The Trial of the Chicago Seven.”

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Reuters Podcasts
Reuters Podcasts
3 hours ago
Viewsroom: Bezos takes step back, Draghi steps up
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is handing the baton to Andy Jassy so he can spend more time with his rockets, a move that’s not always smooth sailing, Jennifer Saba tells Rob Cox. Meantime Mr. Whatever It Takes, Mario Draghi, is summoned to save Italy and Europe’s Hamiltonian moment.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

22 min

TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
3 hours ago
Myanmar Blocks Facebook as Resistance Grows to the Coup
YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar’s new military government has blocked access to Facebook as resistance to Monday’s coup surged amid calls for civil disobedience to protest the ousting of the elected civilian government and its leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Facebook is especially popular in Myanmar and the ousted government had commonly made public announcements on the social media site.

3 min

World News Roundup
World News Roundup
3 hours ago
World News Roundup: 02/04
House Republicans keep Liz Cheney in a leadership role and reject punishment for Marjorie Taylor Greene. Rooting out extremism in the military. Meet the first female Super Bowl referee. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today’s World News Roundup.

8 min

Morning Edition : NPR
Morning Edition : NPR
4 hours ago
Grand Jury In Ohio Indicts Ex-Police Officer On Murder Charges
A former Columbus, Ohio, police officer was indicted for killing an unarmed man in December. Adam Coy, who is White, is expected to plead not guilty in the killing of Andre Hill, who was Black.

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Morning Edition : NPR
Morning Edition : NPR
4 hours ago
House To Decide If Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Dropped From 2 Key Panels
After Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy failed to take the robust action Democrats and some Republicans were calling for, the House will vote on whether to strip Greene of her committee assignments.

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TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
4 hours ago
The Public Trusts Businesses Over Government to Solve Our Problems. But We Need Both to Try
“Economics is a discipline that shapes decisions of the utmost consequence, and so matters to us all”, David Attenborough writes in a major new review into the relationship between economics and the natural environment, published on Tuesday. The author of the review, economist Prof. Sir Partha Dasgupta, says, “Nature is our home. Good economics demands we manage it better.

6 min

Эхо Москвы
Эхо Москвы
4 hours ago
Персонально ваш : Алексей Чеснаков
Гости: Алексей Чеснаков Ведущие: Инесса Землер

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Bloomberg Daybreak
Bloomberg Daybreak
4 hours ago
Bloomberg Daybreak: February 4, 2021 – Hour 2 (Radio)
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager. GUESTS: Gigi Gronvall Professor / Academic Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on Covid-19 Emily Wilkins Reporter Bloomberg Government on politics

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KBS WORLD Radio Новости
KBS WORLD Radio Новости
4 hours ago
Новости – 2021.02.04
Last updated : 2021.02.04 Обзоры последних событий в мире, Республике Корея и на Корейском полуострове.

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History Extra podcast
History Extra podcast
4 hours ago
1962: London’s big freeze
Author Juliet Nicolson talks about her latest book, Frostquake, which tells the story of the frozen winter of 1962. As Britain shivered under a blanket of ice and snow, new political and cultural forces were emerging that would shake up the nation.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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