Latest Podcast Episodes

Ari Shapiro on Sportsnet 650 (Vancouver) with Mira Laurence (08-17)

My recent baseball insider appearance on Sportsnet 650 in Vancouver with host Mira Laurence (08-17). A lively and engaging look at the recent eSports surge of popularity, Shi Davidi's comments regarding the fate of Josh Donaldson, my magnanimously opulent comments on the future of John Gibbons, the reality of Jose Bautista's true staying power, and my unabashedly candid lament of the Urena suspension.

Ari Shapiro on Sportsnet 590 (Toronto) – The Roger Lajoie Show (08/11)

My latest baseball insider appearance with the inimitable Roger Lajoie of Sportsnet 590 in Toronto, talking about the Blue Jays 25th anniversary of their 1992/1993 World Series championships. We also covered: the quagmire that is pace-of-play initiatives in the sport, what to expect from the starting rotation in 2019, Kevin Pillar's regression and what it means for this pop-gun offensive lineup, the challenge of bringing up Vlad Guerrero Jr. in a lost year bereft of competitive purpose, and how to deal with the 46 remaining games of a long and miserable baseball season.

Titans of Technology – Episode 1 feat. Gary Kenning Leor Grebler and David Janowski

Titans of Technology- Episode 1. Ari Shapiro takes a closer look at the reality of internet access, artificial intelligence and voice meta-data collection, and the value of portal-based software in the urban sprawl that is Toronto, Canada. Guests: Gary Kenning of Cloudwifi, Leor Grebler of UCIC, and David Janowski of Payquad. (Release date: August 11th, 2018.)

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