Print is out and YouTube and podcasts are in. It was therefore pleasing to see someone start Manosphere Radio.
The interviewer develops good rapport with his subjects and there is good conversational flow – not many uhs, ums, or other audible pauses.
My constructive criticism of Manosphere Radio is that the interviews should have annotations or be broken up into small segments. A one-hour interview can be a little bit intimidating, especially when there’s no way of knowing when something will be covered.
For example, an annotation “Here is where Michael BYC talks about functional strength” would let me know whether to listen to a skip that segment.
A good example is how Paper Bag Bandits breaks up Bill Burr’s podcast. There’s no way I’d listen to a two-hour-plus podcast with Bill Burr, and he’s one of my favorite guys. I always wait for his podcasts to be broken up into segments like these.
Manosphere Radio is a fledgling project that is off to a great start. After he interviews all of the guys, he can move on to round table discussions and Q&As. This will be a fun project to watch.
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