February 6, 2023

A primary-of-its-kind digital streaming channel devoted to a podcast, Freakonomics Radio Community — now out there on the SXM App — is a group of one of the best of the award-winning collection, Freakonomics Radio.

For over a decade, Freakonomics Radio has delivered storytelling and reporting that’s each rigorous and entertaining. Hosted by Stephen J. Dubner, the present takes a curious-minded, data-driven strategy to exploring real-world conduct and uncovering “the hidden facet of every little thing.” Getting into its twelfth yr as one of many largest podcasts on the planet, Freakonomics Radio is now rising quicker than it ever has earlier than, setting a listenership file in 2021.

The newest episodes & classics from the archive

The channel is the one place the place listeners can tune in 24/7 to listen to not solely the newest episodes of Freakonomics Radio but in addition a number of provocative classics from the present’s 500-episode archive, like “Abortion and Crime, Revisited,” “The Economics of Sleep” and “The Stupidest Factor You Can Do with Your Cash.”

The workforce behind Freakonomics Radio, one of the crucial enduring and fashionable podcasts on the planet, will curate and current episodes from all through its deep archive, together with picks from different fashionable exhibits on the Freakonomics Radio Community, together with No Silly QuestionsIndividuals I (Principally) AdmireFreakonomics, M.D. and new packages to be launched later this yr.

Podcasts like No Silly Questions, Individuals I (Principally) Admire & extra

Along with its flagship present, the Freakonomics Radio Community produces a number of the most-listened-to podcasts — for a mixed attain of over 160 million listeners final yr. They embody No Silly Questions, the place Dubner and co-host psychologist Angela Duckworth discover the strange methods through which people behave; Individuals I (Principally) Admire, through which the unorthodox economist Steven Levitt speaks with different excessive achievers to ask questions that solely he would suppose to ask; and Freakonomics, M.D., hosted by Bapu Jena, an economist and doctor who explores the intersection of economics and healthcare.

For extra data on Freakonomics Radio Community, click on right here.


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