Terrance Gaines joins Charlotte Henry to discuss Apple’s approach to marking Black History Month and some wider issues around race and content creation.
Adrian Weckler joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the controversy engulfing Joe Rogan and Spotify, as Neil Young and other artists look to move away from the platform. Will the issue make Apple look at original content differently? Note: This episode was recorded on February 4th, 2022, before issues of Joe Rogan using the N-word and other racial slurs resurfaced and over 100 episodes of his podcast were removed on Spotify.
Jack Pitt-Brooke of The Athletic joins host Charlotte Henry to discuss the publication’s approach along with the good and bad of covering sports across a variety of digital platforms.
Sigmund Judge of Screen Times joins Charlotte Henry to discuss his passion for the Apple TV box, forthcoming TV+ content, and where Jon Hamm might end up.
Media critic Mic Wright joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the world of podcasting, and what makes a hit. The two share some of their favorite listens as well.
Kelly Guimont and Jeff Butts join Charlotte Henry to discuss another award win for Jason Sudeikis and the potential of an Apple audiobooks service.
Jeff Gamet joins host Charlotte Henry for the first show of 2022. They speculate on what might become of Apple’s digital media offering over the next 12 months and outline the things they would like to see (and hear).
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg News joins host Charlotte Henry for the final Media+ of 2021. They look back on Apple’s digital media successes and failures in the last 12 months and discuss what might come next.
Kelly Guimont joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the newly available Apple Music Voice Plan. Why has Apple launched it, and who might find it useful?
Journalist and author of ‘TikTok Boom’ Chris Stokel-Walker joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the seemingly unstoppable rise of the video platform and what its next move might be.