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Today's show features recording artist Otis Clapp.
Today's show features music from Dave Dar, Da Flyy Hooligan, Supawave Osbourne & Mark Ski.
Today's show features a conversations with Kyah Baby, Lyirc Jones & Nefertiitii.
Today's show features a conversation with DJ E-Clyps.
Today's show features music from iLLSPOKINN & ZAJAZZA, Tone Chop & Frost Gamble, DJ Premier, UFO Fev and Villa G
Today's show features music from DJ Premier, UFO Fev, Supawave Osbourne and Villa G.
Today's show features music from DJ Premier, Bumpy Knuckles, Nottz and Slaine vs Termanology.
Sorin Adam Matei joins the show to discuss his recent book that explores Wikipedia's evolution as an organization, and where most of the site's edits and content comes from.
Today's show features new music from The Council, Tone Chop & Frost Gamble and Conway.
Today's show features music from Conway, Da Flyy Hooliagn, Jakk Frost, Big Twins & DJ Skizz.
The social media giant is changing the way it presents information.
Today's show features music from UFO Fev, Big Twins & DJ Skizz.
Twitter Moments with Matt Ruby. Jacqueline Soller on ‘The Florida Project.’ John Knefel on Trump’s ability as a dealmaker. Sneak preview of Zuli’s BTR Live Studio session.
James O'Malley joins the show to discuss his creation of the New Yorker Trump Bot (@TrumpNewYorker) on Twitter.
Today's show features music from Big Twins & DJ Skizz, J Scienide and The Proz.
Maybe a social media movement isn’t what survivors asked for, but it’s definitely bringing attention to a problem that's too often ignored.
When Joe Virgillito awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a sexy bikini model named REBEKAH.
Levi Boxell joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the internet's role in political polarization.
Today's show features music from Big Twins & DJ Skizz, J Scienide, Sure Shot & J57.
Silicon Valley developers are increasingly trying to make their technology as habit forming as possible. Their intentions are surely bad, but they don't understand human nature well enough to really pull it off.
Matt Ruby interviews comedian Kate Willett. Jacqueline Soller on ‘American Made.’ John Knefel on Roy Moore as the future of the GOP. Hyukoh’s BTR Live Studio session.
Joel Penney joins the show to discuss the importance of virality for political campaigns, the role of memes in politics, and whether Donald Trump's Twitter usage will change how future campaigns are run.
Today's show features music from recording AWKWORD, Big Twins & DJ Skizz and Nefertiitii.
Why would anyone want tweets to be longer? That sounds like the kind of snoozy wall of text crap that makes Facebook insufferable.
Today's show features music from recording artist Nefertiitii.
In Part II, Dave Rand discusses the difficulties in keeping up with fake news, Facebook's potential solutions, and how much onus is on people consuming media.
Dave Rand joins the show to discuss his recent study about the effects of fact checking and verifying news articles on social media sites like Facebook.
Today's show features music from Dillon & Diamond D, Wordsworth and Sam Brown, Torii Wolf, Da Flyy Hooligan and more.
Today's show features music from Dillon & Diamond D, Wordsworth and Sam Brown, Torii Wolf, Da Flyy Hooligan and more
For a guy not running for president, he’s sure doing a lot of things that a guy running for president would do.
Today's show features music from Wordsworth and Sam Brown, Torii Wolf & UFO Fev.
Today's show features music from Wordsworth and Sam Brown, Torii Wolf, Dunbar and more.
Today's show features music from Tone Chop & Frost Gamble.
Now that Adams has burned the bridges with The Strokes, Har Mar Superstar and Father John Misty, the question remains: who’s next?
Today's show features music from UFO Fev, Immortal Tech, Bumpy Knuckles & more.
Today's show features new music from Sean Price, MC Eiht, Dunbar, Maffew Ragazino & more.
Today's show features music and conversation from Dunbar (Sure Shot & Bunchy Cartier).
Today's show features music and conversation from UFO Fev!
Today Wayne Ski talk with Skipp Whitman about his latest project Piece. Skipp talks about how he got started in the game and personal content in his music. Follow us on Instagram @btrtoday!
Danilda Izquierdo is a New York-based photographer and artist who explores ideas related to social perception and feminity. Danilda received a Bachelor’s Degree in International Marketing from Baruch College and an Associates Degree in Commercial Photography from LaGuardia Collage. All images courtesy of the artist  
Today's show features music from Everybody Luv Black, MC Eiht & Chuuwee.
Wayne Ski talks about NBA free agency, The Knicks & his view on the new Jay-Z album. Download the BTR Today app and follow us on Instagram @btrtoday.
Today's show features new music from Mc Eiht, Five Steez, Koncept & more.
Dr. Filippo Menczer joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the spread of fake news on social media websites, the difficulty of problematic bots, and how people can educate themselves against low-quality information.
Today's show features new music from F.Y.I., Brown Bag Allstars, Koncept, CamelPhat & Elderbrook.
Today's show features new music from DJ E-Clyps & Anya V, Lord RAJA, Brown Bag AllStars & more.
Nick Mehedin is a New York based photographer whose work explores ideas of home, patriotism, travel, space and labor. Nick received his BFA in photography from the State University of New York at New Paltz in 2015 and has since had work published in Aint Bad Magazine, Fraction Magazine, Obscura Land, Fotografia Magazine, Business Insider and Juxtapoz Magazine. His photographs have been shown in exhibitions at Aesthesia Studios in Los Angeles, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. All images courtesy of artist Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing
This week, we welcome back contributors Ester Steinberg and Matt Ruby to discuss the ongoing issue of so-called “Fake News”. Also, Charles Hinshaw returns to discuss the new movie, Wonder Woman,…
It’s MGG Thursdays and Melissa Gira Grant is here to talk news consumption, distraction, and reliability. Also, John checks in on the attack in Iran. Photo credit: Twitter (@melissagira)
Today's show features new an Interview and new music from King Shampz.
BTRtoday's own Taia Handlin joins the show to discuss the lace shorts for men, the logistics of a romper, and whether recent social media men's fashion trends are coopting gender bending styles and culture.
Today's show features new music from DJ E-Clyps & Anya V, Lord RAJA, Com Truise, Baldi & Cherub.
Today's show features new music from DJ E-Clyps & Anya V, Kyah Baby, Baldi & Cherub.
There’s a new sheriff in town. Just not the kind America was asking for.
Today's show features a nterview and music from Baldi's Songs For A Future You.
The implications run deeper than dropping likes as you scroll.
Today's show features music from Sísy Ey, Chuuwee & Trizz, DJ E-Clyps and Homeboy Sandman.
May’s underway and summer’s around the corner. These five best Instagram accounts can help shake the crust off your workout routine.
We're joined by special guest Brian Primack. He's director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health at the University of Pittsburgh. Recently, he was the co-author of a study revealing that social media use can lead to feelings of increased social isolation.
Does artist intent really matter? And what should we think about social media becoming an accepted artistic medium?
We continue our conversation with Dr. Brian Primack, who discusses the time it will take to strike the balance between the benefits and detractions of social media, as well as establishing the directionality of future research.
When MTV moved from music video content to reality television, many predicted the death of the music video--what happened instead was a renaissance. Brooklyn director Allie Avital Tsypin talks about her experience in an industry now defined by clicks, likes, views and shares, and how it can help propel filmmakers to the next stage of their careers.
Dr. Brian Primack joins Joe and Zach to discuss his study on the correlation between social media usage and social isolation among young adults.
This week Art Uncovered hits the Spring Break Art Show, a curator-driven art fair that showcases over 150 curators who premiere new artworks created by over 400 artists. The selected curators were chosen based on their proposals that deal with the theme of "Black Mirror," which is not a reference to the popular Netflix series, but, rather, a concept that includes ideas such as self-reflexivity, especially in the digital age. Photos courtesy of Kimberly Ruth Future Past News, Andrea Wolf and Karolina Ziulkoski Cate Giordano, TV Guide  Tamara Santibañez, Thinking About Everything, But Then Again, I Was Thinking About Nothing. Curated by Justin De Demko It Was A Pleasure To Burn, curated by Vanessa Albury  Sean Fader, 365 Profile Pics Greg Haberny, The Elephant In The Room (or Stanley Kubrick Isn't Dead He Just Looks Funny) Personal Tesserac, curated by Anne Spalter
Fashion writer Eila Mell joins the show to close out New York Fashion Week, discussing trends and changes in the industry, social media's effect on fashion, the emergence of bloggers as influencers, and much more.
Facebook has been developing ways to combat fake news. Part of the plan relies on reporting from users, but Facebook is also working on software that will remove fake news automatically. BTR looks at how this software works and what implications this might have for social media.

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