Olivia, Shauna and Nicole began reviewing the Britney Spears memoir The Woman in Me in our last episode, but there was so much to say that we made it a two-parter. This time The Junkies talk about Britney's fight against mental illness, tabloid journalism and the paparazzi, and her troubled marriage to Kevin Federline, which was bad enough – but things were about to get worse. The Junkies cover everything like the notorious head-shaving incident, the “Free Britney” movement, and of course her conservatorship, which pitted Britney against her father and her sister. Make sure you listen to the first part of our special Britney book coverage – it's not that much “Work, Bitch.” Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W?si=6d2845539f0843c9 Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: @PopJunkies Instagram: @pop.culturejunkies Threads: @pop.culturejunkies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Shauna on Instagram: @shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: @shaunatrinidad Shauna on Threads: @shaunatrinidad Nicole on Instagram: @nicole_eldridge Nicole on TikTok: @nicole_eldridge Olivia on Instagram: @livimariez Olivia on TikTok: @livyolife420
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11/29 Hour 1 6:00 Junks get a Theragun from their agent 21:30 NBA Play-in Tournament 27:45 Lurch spends the Parlay Fanduel fund 34:00 The Situation has an emergency sex tape
Just a few years ago, people following California public policy news were the beneficiaries of what was in retrospect an online media renaissance: Joining traditional legacy media, new sites like CalMatters and Politico California offered greatly expanded capitol coverage, and a whole series of newsletters and other aggregators devoted to California government and politics made tracking news easier.All off the above were amplified by Twitter, which emerged as an essential tool of newsgathering. The platform offered a unique and very robust minute-by-minute conversation, often driven by elected officials and other newsmakers. No one benefitted from this lively Twittersphere more than political reporters who used the platform for sourcing, following breaking news and for sharing their stories as soon as they were published. However, in the year or so since billionaire Elon Musk took over Twitter (now X), the platform has changed, algorithmically and functionally, but also because many once-active users have either abandoned the platform or greatly reduced their engagement. As a tool for reporters, X is a shadow of what Twitter once was.The fade of X has encouraged a rise of competitors, including Threads, Bluesky and Mastodon, but so far none has proved the perfect fit for journalism that Twitter seemed to be. Where do California political junkies get their news now? Is the diminishment of X driving traffic back to curated news aggregators like Rough and Tumble and the multitude of California politics newsletters? We asked Lara Korte of Politico to talk about the decline of the platform, how it came to be such an essential part of newsgathering and how and where to stay up-to-date on political news in the wake of X's dysfunction. Plus: Who had the Worst Week In CA Politics?SHOW NOTES1:36 How useful is Twitter (X) now?4:07 Game changer: John Myers and the CA Budget all-nighter5:09 Other options?5:48 January 67:10 Hashtag8:35 Blue checks9:19 Cheering the demise of Twitter9:42 Rough and Tumble11:29 Removing the headlines13:01 Aggregation and curation14:40 Rule of Three15:45 The Roundup and Politico California Playbook17:46 Following trends20:00 The value of non news sources21:31 Tweet of the Day22:13 A plethora of newsletters24:33 Calpeek?25:13 Capitol Morning Report26:27 What happens to Twitter?28:58 MySpace34:09 Please tweet something funny36:10 RSS feed37:14 #WWCAWant to support the Capitol Weekly Podcast? Make your tax deductible donation here: capitolweekly.net/donations/Capitol Weekly Podcast theme is "Pickin' My Way" by Eddie Lang"#WorstWeekCA" Beat provided by freebeats.io
Episode 117: A naked woman in an airport on shrooms, mad cows, a pot grower, Beaver talks about that time he tried meth, Shell Bell's DJOTW, Porn Star Birthdays and MORE! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thepoolsidepodcast0/message
1)The first Israeli hostages have been returned during the four day pause in exchange for 39 Gazan terror convicts; 2)Pro-Hamas protesters block the street at the Macy's Thanksgivings Day parade, onlookers weren't happy; 3)Influential Iowan Christian leader Bob Van Der Plaats endorsed Gov. Ron DeSantis ahead of the Iowa caucuses; 4)NYC Mayor Eric Adams is in more legal hot water as his own party attempts to silence him on Biden's border crisis; 5)LATEST: the car that blew up on the NY Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls was occupied by a husband and wife in their 50s allegedly headed to a casino when they lost control and crashed, it was not terror related; 6)FASCISM ALERT: NY appellate court green lights Nanny Kathy Hochul's “quarantine camp” regulation. More: www.TheCarljacksonshow.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carljacksonradio Twitter: https://twitter.com/carljacksonshow Parler: https://parler.com/carljacksonshow http://www.TheCarlJacksonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.