What is a podcast?
Podcasts are a modern version of radio. You tune in and listen to your favorite hosts who talk about the topics that interest you. The difference is you stream the show’s episodes on your mobile device or computer and listen to what you want, when you want wherever you are; hiking, skiing, driving, on the subway, flying to wherever, ETC.
How do you stream and listen to a podcast?
Many shows have websites and you can listen to the episodes on the website page from your browser. Many are also available on Spotify and other audio streaming services.
BUT the easiest way to find and listen to podcasts are with the podcast apps on your IOS or Android mobile device. Just go to the AppStore on IOS or GooglePlay on Android and search for podcast app. Download one and start finding and subscribing to podcasts. For IOS I like ApplePodcasts. For Android I like PodcastRepublic.
The below podcast shows are listed with a link to the podcast’s website episode page. They can also be accessed via the podcast apps and streaming services mentioned above.
Real Estate Podcasts:
Host – KeepMyGas Co-founder Bill Weidner
New York City investment real estate focused podcast that has a wealth of information and strategies for building owners and managers.
Host – Dr. Sam Chandan, Dean of the NYU SPS Schack Institute
New York University program on cities, real estate, and the urban and built environment, featuring leaders in industry, research, and policymaking.
Current Events Podcasts:
Host – Brian C. Anderson
City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests explore the issues of the day—from crime and policing to the campus free-speech crisis, from taxation and economic policy to infrastructure, from joblessness to education, and from urban policy to national affairs.
Host – Journalist Michael Barbaro
NY Times daily podcast that covers timely news worthy topics.
WSJ What’s News
Host – Multiple Journalists
Top stories and timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.
MORE TO COME!