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‘The Daily’ approach: WriteLane podcast

Creating a podcast for The New York Times
Andy Mills of The New York Times, seen here at a conference in Norway, works on "The Daily" podcast. [CHRISTINE FAGERBAKKE  |  Christine Fagerbakke]
Andy Mills of The New York Times, seen here at a conference in Norway, works on "The Daily" podcast. [CHRISTINE FAGERBAKKE | Christine Fagerbakke]
Published Sep. 11, 2019
Updated Jan. 17

Andy Mills, a producer and reporter with The New York Times who helped create The Daily, talks about how they put together that podcast and what their goals are.

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