10 episodes

The Crime Beat podcast digs deep into fascinating true crime stories, exploring new twists along the way with award-winning Southern California News Group reporter Keith Sharon’s fresh interviews of criminal masterminds, some of their victims and the detectives trying to piece together what really happened. Each season explores a different crime, beginning with the biggest bank heist in American history.

Crime Beat Southern California News Group: Keith Sharon, reporter for the Orange County Register

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 169 Ratings

The Crime Beat podcast digs deep into fascinating true crime stories, exploring new twists along the way with award-winning Southern California News Group reporter Keith Sharon’s fresh interviews of criminal masterminds, some of their victims and the detectives trying to piece together what really happened. Each season explores a different crime, beginning with the biggest bank heist in American history.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
169 Ratings
169 Ratings
Abpfinance ,

Great show!

Love this show! Very interesting and engaging stuff

dale427 ,

Shhhhhh

Turn down the music when the narrator is talking. Sometimes I can barely make out what you’re saying. Otherwise, great story!

danilko1 ,

Okay you got me - I’m watching the film.

The podcast is effectively a commercial for, “Finding Steve McQueen”. However you had me at the heist of Nixon’s ill-gotten gains. I saw the treatment on IMDB for the film. I think it will do very well.

Thank you for putting this together. Its difficult to listen to and I think you should re-edit it.

Leave out all the other bits and focus on the story. Leave out references to other podcasts, it sounds like you are coat-tailing them. Leave out references to other heist films. You have your own to promote. As other podcasts have demonstrated, don’t read your ten segment article to us. Rewrite for “PODCasting” It is it’s own medium, and has a unique tempo. Practice your inflection. I can tell you are trying but it’s too flat. Pretend you are talking to your best friend and you are excited to share what you discovered. You need an editor and musician. Pay attention to your audio levels. I think this podcast could be so much better and I will listen to it again if you give it a redo. I can’t comprehend why after 20 years of work you settled on this quality.

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