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Comedian Corey Reppond sits in as we ask what accents are the most terrifying? Will Chris go to jail this week? How did Chris convince Corey to become a Republican? Why would Spiderman punch a cop in Times Square? The gang discusses how many dates one would go on before sleeping with someone. In addition, the gang goes deep into a discussion of anal sex. Also, could Chris be leaving the show? Find out all this and more!
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For most of us engineers, our jobs would be easier if our colleagues understood a bit more about broadcast engineering. Skip Pizzi has finished updating the fourth edition of “A Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for Non-Engineers”. He joins us for a fascinating look at this updated book, and how both engineers and non-engineers benefit from broadening their engineering horizons.
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Verizon FiOS ups their upload speed to go just as fast as download speed. Why don't more ISPs offer symmetrical internet speeds? Netflix is testing a new private mode. Should they roll it out to all users? Google is yet again rumored to be buying Twitch for $1 billion. What makes Twitch worth a billion dollars? YouTube star Michelle Phan faces a lawsuit over the background music in her videos. Is the record label unfairly targeting Michelle? Amazon debuts their version of a digital Wallet and new rumors of a 4K Apple monitor.
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Mike Phillips joins Andrew Zarian again to discuss audio engineering and misconceptions broadcasters having of audio. Mike also gives tips on best audio practices for broadcasters and podcasts, the best mic is to get if you are just starting out, and Skype alternatives.
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Tim from Boston calls to share his thoughts on the perception people have of their hair loss. Artista calls to discuss whether we could possibly see donor regeneration in the near future. And Joe from Staten Island calls.
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Eric and Jonathan soldier on without Iyaz and talk about their terrible ability to retain information, misadventures with Netflix, the brilliance of Law and Order and keeping your goddamn speculative fiction consistent.