Your #MorningCommute: September 17th, 2018

We're addicted to podcasts. We love the joy of discovery. We love the opportunity to hear creative and insightful stories that would never see the light of day on terrestrial radio.

And we're not the only ones. According to a 2018 report released by Edison Research, 44% of the U.S. population has listened to a podcast - that's 124 million people!

According to Fast Company, there are over 500,000 active podcasts and over 18.5 million episodes. Clearly there is no shortage of podcasts for every interest. The only problem is how do you find the right ones for you?

To that end, we're sharing some of our personal favorites from the podcast-landscape. To discover more, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.

This Week's #MorningCommute

EU Confidential: DimitrisAvramopoulos, the European commissioner for migration, sets out how the Commission plans to fighting back against populist attempts to hijack the migration agenda. (iTunes) (Soundcloud)

In The Arena: Jamie Fly and Laura Rosenberger of the Alliance for Securing Democracy joined the McCain Institute’s In The Arena podcast to discuss their recent policy blueprint for countering interference in democracies, the US’ vulnerability to cyberthreats, and potential solutions. (iTunes) (Soundcloud)

a16z: Steven Johnson, Chris Dixon, and Sonal Chokshi dig into long-term decision-making, which take more time to deliberate and have longer spans of impact on our lives... and the world. (iTunes) (Soundcloud)

Have your own personal favorites? Share them with us below or on social.