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Inc. Uncensored: #85: Whiskey Bottle-Sized Satellites May Become a Trillion-Dollar Business
This week, the Inc. crew discusses how satellite company Spire is sending dozens of satellites into lower Earth orbit to collect data to sell to companies, examines how credit card "charge backs" are hurting small businesses, and interviews David Liu about how he and his wife Carley Roney founded the wedding website The Knot and took it public.
Girlboss Radio: Yesi Ortiz, Radio Host Power 106
Yesi Ortiz has been called 'The Voice of LA' and man, does she know how to use that voice. Her dream was to work at Los Angeles' Power 106 radio station, and after enrolling in broadcasting school, she worked at all costs to make her dream come true -- that meant commuting from Long Beach to Las Vegas, taking a radio job in Mexico, and fighting big egos along the way. In 2006, through sheer talent and drive, Yesi realized her goal, and she's now Power 106's midday host. But what makes Yesi even more of a Girlboss is what she's accomplished outside of work. Off the air, Yesi is a single mother to her six children. She adopted them from their biological mother, Yesi’s sister, when she was just 25 years old. On the podcast, Yesi discusses developing a work ethic at her uncle's supermarket, how she suddenly became a single mother to her six children, and how work can be a haven.
Little Gold Men: Molly Shannon Is Ready to Make You Cry
The star of the indie drama Other People talks about how she's been playing dramatic characters even since her SNL days--whether or not people noticed. Plus discussion of the new HBO drama Westworld and the state of the best supporting actor race. Panoply Survey: Here at Panoply, we want to get to know you (and your podcast listening habits) a little better. To take the next step, we created a survey that takes just a couple of minutes to complete. If you fill it out, you'll help Panoply to make great podcasts about the things you love. And things you didn't even know you loved. To fill out the survey, just go to
Unorthodox: Sorry Not Sorry: Ep. 60
This week on Unorthodox, we’re gearing up for Yom Kippur with our second annual Apology episode. Marjorie Ingall, Unorthodox regular and co-founder of the website with comments, questions, and complaints. We may share your letter on air
Vox's The Weeds: Veep Debate and Cranky Judges
Sarah, Ezra, and Matt debate Mike Pence's puzzling performance at the vice presidential debate and highlight new research on the surprising link between college football and prison sentences.