JOURNALISM

Fareed Zakaria on Putin, the Dalai Lama and Race in America

Fareed Zakaria came to America as an Indian immigrant and became one of its leading intellectuals, interviewing some of the most prominent figures in the world.

Mariana van Zeller’s Take on Pimps and How to End the Drug War

Mariana van Zeller, an award-winning journalist, discusses digging deep into global hearts of darkness on 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Michael Barbaro Is Still Terrified by Podcasting

'The Daily' host joins 'The Carlos Watson Show' to share the backstory of the most popular podcast in America.

Will Biden Play Nice With the Press? It's Unlikely

Opinion: Biden’s team will likely play out of the Obama playbook, secretive but less hostile.

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Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Lisa Ling to Young Women: Freeze Your Eggs

If your goal is to be on TV just to be on TV, then, according to Lisa Ling, you're missing the point.

Megyn Kelly: Black Lives Matter Needs "White Buy-in Too"

The former Fox News star lays it all out on the latest episode of 'The Carlos Watson Show.

The Death of a Journalist — and a Free Press — in Mozambique

Journalist Carlos Cardoso’s assassination silenced more voices than just his own.

An Inside View: How Trump Tears Down Global Transparency

Press freedoms are eroding worldwide, writes a former State Department official in GOP administrations.

The World Is Ben Smith’s. Now What?

In this edition of “The Carlos Watson Show,” journalist Ben Smith talks turkey, politics and why he’s stopped predicting just about anything.

What Was Malcolm Gladwell’s Tipping Point?

Gladwell, who has become one of America’s foremost public intellectuals, bares all on the latest episode of “The Carlos Watson Show.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

How CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin Would Close the Wealth Gap

Because talent is never enough and the audacity to dream needs a drive and inclusive opportunities.

He's Giving a Voice to The Voiceless

While other journalists follow the trends, Dometi Pongo, a 24-year old reporter for MTV News, speaks to the streets.

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