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The celebrated spinoff of "This American Life" is back later this month, with new episodes launching each Thursday.
In a complicated, twisted tale of alleged corruption and betrayal over budgetary wars, a presumed cover-up simmers at a colossal scale between the Army and the National Guard.
Steven Avery was a lucky man. If he hadn't been framed for rape, he would have no chance of successfully challenging his conviction for murder.
Season 1 will also be available on Pandora on Nov. 24.
"Lego Movie" auteurs Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are behind the adaptation.
"The appeals court has certainly cracked open a door. And anytime a court opens a door to new testimony -- new fact-finding
Koenig successfully demonstrated that podcasts can rival television shows, even if the success of her show lies in adopting the very elements that make television successful. She rediscovered the power of the radio and legitimized a model that bundled serious journalism with entertaining elements.
UPDATE: A representative from "This American Life" clarified to BuzzFeed that neither Sarah Koenig nor the NPR radio program
It's often said in the digital world that "content is king." It is clear that in journalism, good stories (even at considerable lengths) still rule, whether in books, newspapers, magazine, web-based publications, podcasts, or on innovative digital narrative platforms.
In an era where TV crime dramas have become increasingly implausible, shows like The Jinx and Serial have brought a much needed dose of reality to American living rooms and earbuds.
If the season 1 finale of "Serial" wasn't the Hollywood ending you were looking for, this parody will give it to you in the
We know: At trial, it allegedly happened at Best Buy. (Again.) Jay testified that moment happened hours earlier at a completely
I've noticed that most people listening to "Serial" don't know some key facts about the criminal justice system. Here are some of the most common misconceptions I've noticed about people's comprehension of the legal system which ultimately we are all beholden to.
This weekend, "Saturday Night Live" investigated the story of Christmas, "Serial" style. In a sketch parodying the mega-popular
Chaudry, a lawyer and a Security Fellow for the New America Foundation, was the one who initially brought Syed’s case to
"Serial" returns Thursday with a new episode following last week's hiatus. For the uninitiated, the podcast focuses on Adnan