Podcast Or Fraud-cast? Guess whether the shows described in this game are real or fake podcasts— or, as we like to call them, future podcasts.
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Podcast Or Fraud-cast?

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Podcast Or Fraud-cast?

Podcast Or Fraud-cast?

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Contestants Kevin Combes and Katie Fox play a game about real and fictional podcasts on NPR's Ask Me Another at The Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Kevin Combes and Katie Fox play a game about real and fictional podcasts on NPR's Ask Me Another at The Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.

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From reviewing board games to comparing stationery products, it seems like everyone has a podcast these days. Guess whether the shows described in this game are real or fake podcasts— or, as we like to call them, future podcasts.

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