A soon to launch audio platform called Vurbl has published a list of top political podcasts leading up to the United States 2020 Presidential Election. Vurbl is an audio storytelling platform designed to provide listeners with intriguing audio, fascinating stories, and educational shows.
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Vurbl’s list of podcasts highlights the changes in the way people consume ideas, discussions, and conversations, as well as illustrates the most popular political podcasts today. In recent years audio storytelling has grown in popularity, which has given rise to platforms such as Vurbl. It aims to provide audio creators a place to publish their voice, find a following, and earn an income.
With the highly anticipated US presidential election taking place this year, the article says now is the time to tune in and find out what is really happening in US politics. While many political podcasts suffer negativity due to a lack of understanding, the report highlights podcasts that both illuminate and inspire.
It says Left, Right, and Center is a well-balanced podcast where host Rich Lowry takes the right side position, Josh Barro holds the center’s point of view, and an array of guests appear to represent the left. The podcast Congressional Dish looks at a specific topic, often a bill that Congress is dealing with, from a rational point of view supported by research, insights, and observations.
Also featured in the report is The Majority Report podcast, which provides a unique combination of fair reporting (though from a liberal perspective) with some satire. Other notable US political podcasts from 2020 include Throwing Shade, Stay Tuned with Preet, In the Thick, Pod Save the People, Deconstructed with Mehdi, and The Argument.
A company spokesperson said: “Now is the best time to stay informed about the goings-on in the White House, Congress, and beyond. While there are seemingly hundreds of this podcast genre to choose from – whether partisan political podcasts or unbiased political podcasts – many are negatively affected by an overload of anger, a lack of context, or any useful information, which is why we Vurbl has published this list.”
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