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Podcasting’s Curse Of Knowledge

Podcasting’s Curse Of Knowledge

Sounds Profitable: Narrated Articles

Season 3 • Episode 59

Podcasting’s Curse of Knowledge

This week, on a very special Law and Order-flavored article, Tom Webster recounts his experience serving on a jury and what the defense’s tactics taught him about podcasting. Don’t look at the chicken.


  • Written by Tom Webster
  • Edited by Bryan Barletta
  • Assembled with
  • Hosted by Art19
  • Sounds Profitable theme written by Tim Cameron

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