Improved from 1 star to 3 stars! Sound quality has improved.
12/4/2019 update: fixed most of the sound quality issues. August 2019 update: the August 10, 2019 podcast was the first time I’ve listened since writing the original 1-star review a few months ago. I was pleasantly surprised to hear they dumped Skype. I almost bumped them up to 3 stars because of that alone, but decided to wait a few weeks first to make sure the program really has improved. Old review: Inconsistent volume levels between episodes and between different people talking in the same episodes. Turn the volume to max and you still can’t hear some guests, while some of the people talking will blow out your eardrums. The most common guest interview platform is Skype, which frequently cuts out and adds to the volume issues. One of the hosts constantly cuts off guests mid answer to interject his blathering and oft-repeated opinions. Lack of any editing is an ongoing bit that would be funny, except it means you’re forced to listen to guests’ dogs barking and their car keys jingling and cars beeping and kids screaming in the background as they distractedly stutter and repeat themselves on air.
UVA Law Runner via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/04/19
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