marketplace.publicradio.org

2.5 / 5

marketplace.publicradio.org

2.5 Poor
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2.5 / 5

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3

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1

Featured

4.5

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Is marketplace.publicradio.org legit?

  • The SSL certificate is valid
  • This website has existed for more than 3 years
  • Mostly not trusted websites are linking to this site
  • We found several negative reviews about this site
  • Facebook account not found
  • Instagram account not found
  • Business not mentioned on Wikipedia
  • Pinterest account not found
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  • Twitter account not found
  • Youtube account not found
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Marketplace.publicradio.org Reviews & Complaints (2)

Kai Ryssdal doesn't know what he's talking about - I am proudly a Republican, but yet, I do appreciate some of the programming on National Public Radio. It can be a bunch of softball liberal nonsense, but it can also be thoughtful good news radio. Marketplace hosted by Kai Ryssdal is not one of the good shows. It's meant to be like some consumer business news round-up, but I find it to be painfully pedestrian. I realize these shows are intended for a general audience, and Kai Ryssdal's style is sort of "laid-back-host," but his questions for his guests are terrible - at worst uninformed and at best trite. Other shows for general audiences like Charlie Rose or even super-liberal Fresh Air have much more insightful hosts who ask much better questions. How to improve Marketplace? Make Kai read more books, or better yet, get a new host.
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1 year ago

review by Hlbenson W.

We have discovered that this business has SSL (secure sockets layer), which means that this business handles your data, such as personal information or credit card details, with secure connection. We found that the domain for this business is older than two years which could be an indication that this is a trustworthy business with an established customer base and experience in their field.
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