Dylan Byers takes you behind the scenes of the rapidly changing world of technology and media. Power brokers such as Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, ESPN’s Jimmy Pitaro and media mogul Barry Diller talk one-on-one with Byers about how their industry intersects with politics, how they use consumer data to shape their product, and what they think the future of American culture holds.
YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki
YouTube's CEO Susan Wojcicki discusses the site’s influence on the world, its position in the larger media field and struggle to combat harmful content.
UNINTERRUPTED’s Maverick Carter
Dylan Byers talks to Maverick Carter, LeBron James’ business partner and the co-founder of Spring Hill Entertainment and UNINTERRUPTED.
The New York Times’ Ben Smith
Dylan Byers talks with Ben Smith, Media Columnist at the New York Times, about the changing media landscape during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Hello Sunshine’s Sarah Harden
Dylan Byers talks with Sarah Harden, the CEO of Hello Sunshine, about partnering with Reese Whitherspoon to lead a media brand that puts women at the center of their films and shows.
Instagram’s Adam Mosseri
Dylan Byers speaks with Adam Mosseri, the Head of Instagram, about the social media site’s influence on society.
IAC and Expedia Group’s Barry Diller
IAC and Expedia Group chairman Barry Diller talks about the Hollywood streaming wars, the backlash against big tech, and the future of the media industry.
Good show; bloated with ads
Byers is getting top-tier guest and is a good interviewer, but the show’s ad load is comically large. I can tolerate 1-2 ad breaks in an hour-long interview but not 4-5.
I’ll only listen for really big guests if the ad load doesn’t change.
Worth a listen!
I just finished the first episode of Byers Market where Dylan Byers interviews Sheryl Sandberg. Clearly Dylan is an experienced interviewer who asks tough questions with respect and fairness. It gave me a different view of Facebook and Sandberg, which I very much appreciate. Looking forward to the next episode.