Our Week In The Web: March 25, 2016

Now, we're entirely aware that you may not know about our show SoundCloud account. And that's okay! But we want to make you aware of it, highlight the fact that it's entirely back up and running — including all of the many, many hours of archival content — and ask what you think of SoundCloud as a source of audio segments. In the few months since our SoundCloud went temporarily dark, we've been posting audio segments directly to our internal audio stream, placing those short segments on our podcast feed, directly on our website (and, conveniently, directly on the beta version of our new website.) What works better for you? Do you prefer audio on SoundCloud, in our podcast feed, or somewhere entirely different? (If you have audio suggestions, by all means, let us know!) These clips and segments and broadcast hours are only useful if they find their way into your waiting ears and minds, so we want to know what's best for you as we move forward. Let us know in the comments below, or on Facebook, Tumblr and @OnPointRadio and at OnPointNPR AT gmail DOT com.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (March 18, 2016 — March 25, 2016)

1.  Thomas Frank on How The Democratic Party Lost Touch With the People (March 21, 2016)

2. Week In The News: SCOTUS Nominee, Big Primaries, Russia Leaves Syria (March 18, 2016)

3. 'Nones' And Religious Identity Today (March 22, 2016)

4. Looking For America In 2016 (March 23, 2016)

5. Fixing America’s Universities (March 23, 2016)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"The best of religion is not doing its job as it concerns the social fabric of this country." — Angie Thurston

"The Republican Party has probably changed more over the last 30 years than anything else in America." — David Maraniss 

"If Schengen survives, it’s clearly not going to look the same way that it did in the past." — Ryan Heath

"My trumpet teacher told me even eight years of lessons wouldn’t make me good enough." — Ethan Hawke

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"Became @NPR listener in college b/c of @RaySuarezNews on @totn, so great to hear him hosting @OnPointRadio ... get this guy his own show!" (@clary_matt)

" it's ABOUT TIME the US president turn attention to Latin America. They're future markets, democratic, and our neighbors." (@pdvavisjones)

"Feeling better about supporting public radio today. (Fritz Passow)

"I really, really enjoy Ray Suarez's interviews." (Bee Kalloch)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This video of President Barack Obama dancing the tango at a Argentinean State Dinner. (Twitter / ABC News)


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