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The Unique Challenges of Making a Good Podcast

Andrew Jenks, the host of the popular "What Really Happened?" podcast, is a pro at telling stories that can hold listeners' attention while they do other things, like drive or clean. It's a tricky task and is the difference between a podcast that holds your attention and one that you turn off, Jenks said. (Credit: CHEDDAR)

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