51 episodes

A weekly dive into the big questions about this city of ours, hosted by Christina Greer, Azi Paybarah and Harry Siegel, and produced by Alex Brook Lynn.

FAQ NYC FAQ NYC

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 53 Ratings

A weekly dive into the big questions about this city of ours, hosted by Christina Greer, Azi Paybarah and Harry Siegel, and produced by Alex Brook Lynn.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

David D.NYC ,

Great show but please reconsider the sound FX

I love this show and I think it earns the 5 stars. But I would ask you to reconsider the sound effects that interrupt interviews and make things sound like morning commercial radio. Your knowledgeable and passionate hosts bring all the energy the show needs. And those drop-ins, sometimes put in the middle of an interviewees thought, can make things hard to follow. (And given that the interviews are often done in a non traditional setting, the levels of the conversation ends up being softer than the loud sound effect that drops in). I think you have an excellent show, please don’t make it difficult to follow the intelligent and needed conversations you are having.

Alex4NYC ,

Great content, weird production

Love the content, the interviews, the topics. I don’t know why they do all these weird audio effects in the middle with cheap reverb and chorus effect... it definitely detracts and does not add. Stick to the great content guys!! You don’t need to try to glam it up. Great podcast though.

Xiangan55 ,

Solid local podcast

As someone who recently started getting interested in local politics (ULURP zoning, Community Boards, MTA funding, State politics) I had high hopes for FAQ. It’s mostly delivered but if I may offer two constructive feedback points

1. Get rid of the audio effects. Opening theme is cool but in middle of interviews/content, it’s just annoying.

2. Change to a single interviewer please. 3 voices in one room is too much. Look at Preet’s podcast or Fresh Air. One interviewer can be backed by a whole team w questions/research but it’s much more presentable and easier to digest.

Thanks.

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