The Fourth Watch Podcast is a curated conversation with some of the most interesting voices in the media, hosted by Steve Krakauer. In addition to interviews, it features honest analysis and criticism of the media landscape. Find out more at FourthWatch.Media.
Dana Perino - Episode 12
Dana Perino, co-host of "America's Newsroom" on Fox News and author of the forthcoming book, "Everything Will Be Okay," joins Steve Krakauer to talk about the evolving role of the press secretary, the way the media covered the Trump administration (and will be covering the Biden administration), Fox News' place in the media, traditional vs. digital media, working with Tony Snow, her new book and more.
Piers Morgan - Episode 11
Piers Morgan, editor-at-large of the Daily Mail and co-host of Good Morning Britain, joins Steve Krakauer, to talk about the media in the Biden Era, what his relationship with Donald Trump is now, CNN's past, present and future, Rupert Murdoch's legacy, the power of social media, and more.
Tara Palmeri - Episode 10
Tara Palmeri, writer for Politico Playbook and host of the "Power: The Maxwells" podcast, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about covering the Trump White House, the media's Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell coverage (or lack of coverage), covering the powerful in NYC media and entertainment for Page Six, her time writing for Politico Europe, the incoming administration and more.
Bob Ley - Episode 9
Bob Ley, legendary ESPN anchor, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about the way social media has changed the media landscape, the value of trust in the media, priorities (and cuts) at his former employer ESPN, culture and sports colliding, how COVID changed sports and sports media and more.
Erick Erickson - Episode 8
Erick Erickson, host of the radio show, The Erick Erickson Show, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about the future of media post-Trump, what the conservative media does next, the #NeverTrump contingent in the media, his time at Fox News and at CNN (and what CNN is like now), the role of faith in the media, how he'd fix the media world if he had $10 million and more.
Wesley Lowery - Episode 7
Wesley Lowery, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist currently with CBS News, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about journalism in the Trump Era, the discourse surrounding the 1619 Project and other journalism efforts, the Twitter effect on the media, the bias in the national media toward national politics over local issues, "moral clarity" vs. objectivity and more.
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A diverse thinker
Tucker’s thinking is so refreshing. It’s so nice to hear thinking that is not so left-leaning and corporate-directed. Thx for bringing him on the show.
Ugh. Piers Morgan
This sounds like an echo chamber of CNN, no thank you.
Keep up the great work
I’m very appreciated for the real and honest news.