The Press Box

The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker catch you up on the biggest media stories, from sports to politics and everything in between.

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episode 629: Achilles Tension: Deep Fakes and Trump Bytes | The Press Box

How the media is handling Kevin Durant’s injury in the NBA Finals (03:00), the “Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week” (19:15), the disturbing Mark Zuckerberg deep fake (27:15), and a farewell to Le Anne Schreiber (36:30). Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker



episode 628: The White Man’s Wordin’ and the Art of the Campaign Flip-flop | The Press Box

Trouble at The Atlantic (03:00), Joe Biden and the art of the campaign flip-flip (21:30), Pablo Torre and Bomani Jones on Jalen Rose’s New Yorker interview (31:00), and Alyssa Bereznak on Steven Crowder and the policies that govern YouTube (37:45). Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Guest: Alyssa Bereznak  



episode 627: Trump’s European Vacation, Biden’s Plagiarism, and Duncan Hunter | The Press Box

The Trump family’s trip to London (03:00), Joe Biden continuing his serial plagiarism (17:00), Duncan Hunter talking openly about war crimes on the ‘Zero Blog 30’ podcast (23:30), the New York Times’s new TV show, ‘The Weekly,’ (29:00), and more. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker



episode 626: Everyone Dies: Michael Wolff’s New Book, Nancy Pelosi, and a Big Announcement | The Press Box

An important 'Press Box' announcement (00:45), the return of Michael Wolff (03:45), the Nancy Pelosi video (19:30), ‘Running With Beto’ (28:00), and more. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker



episode 625: What Version of Miley Cyrus Will We Get Next? | Tea Time

Prom season is upon us. Tea Time looks back on their favorite celebrity prom appearances (1:17). Time's favorite vegan couple may or may not be engaged (14:12). Miley Cyrus is coming out with a new album and seems to be reinventing herself once again (17:37), and we try to understand the "Cliff Wife" meme (31:44). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Amelia Wedemeyer, and Kate Halliwell



episode 624: Mueller’s Mulligan, the Sale of Sports Illustrated, and Naomi Wolf's Gaffe | The Press Box

Robert Mueller finally talks (03:00), Sports Illustrated is purchased by Authentic Brands Group (16:00), Naomi Wolf makes a “small” error (26:15), and more. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker



episode 623: Celebrity Yacht Season Kickoff | Jam Session

With the Cannes Film Festival wrapped, celebrity yacht season is officially in full swing (1:00). We talk about yacht interior design (18:05), our favorite celebrity yachting groups (22:12), and the best places to go on a yacht vacation (29:18). Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins



episode 622: Happy Memorial Day Weekend From Tea Time and Pitbull | Tea Time

The trailer for 'Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood' premiered this week and we're even more hyped than we were before (1:16). Apparently if you're Lil Nas X you can send Maseratis via Postmates (8:16). Katherine Schwarzenegger is getting into podcasting (20:55), and how deep does Ben Affleck's allegiance to Dunkin' Donuts go (44:31)? Hosts: Liz Kelly, Amelia Wedemeyer, and Kate Halliwell



episode 621: De Blasio’s Announcement, Stephen A. Smith, and Brian Williams's Return | The Press Box

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has entered the 2020 presidential race (03:00), Stephen A. Smith had an amazing half-week of content (21:00), and Brian Williams is back (36:30). Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker



episode 620: We Learned About the James Charles BeauTube Scandal So You Don't Have To | Tea Time

'John Wick: Chapter 3—Parabellum' is out this weekend and it looks like it's going to be the summer of Keanu Reeves (4:29). Congratulations are in order for the 'Arthur' character Mr. Ratburn (13:56). 'Tea Time' tries to understand the James Charles and Tati Westbrook feud (19:43), and discusses starting an Emmy campaign for Miley Cyrus (27:31). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer