CINCINNATI, Jan. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bringing fresh perspectives and analysis to the 2016 campaign trail, Scripps Washington Bureau today launches its latest podcast, "TrailMix 2016."
"TrailMix 2016" is a weekly conversation about the state of this year's political campaigns from the point of view of the generation that will define the future. Scripps political reporter Miranda Green, The Daily Beast social media editor Asawin Suebsaeng and Independent Journal politics editor Justin Green cover the week's campaign news with insight, curiosity and a healthy dose of skepticism and profanity.
"With so many important issues facing our nation this election season, we thought it was important to create an outlet for the younger generation — the future of this country's leadership," said Ellen Weiss, vice president and bureau chief. "'TrailMix' is a thought-provoking program that takes listeners on the 2016 campaign trail without having to leave home."
"TrailMix 2016" hosts bring diverse experience covering politics:
Miranda Green is a multimedia journalist and the lead 2016 election reporter for the Scripps-run podcast "DecodeDC" and for all Scripps digital outlets.
Asawin Suebsaeng is deputy social media editor at The Daily Beast, where he covers the intersection of politics and pop culture. Previously, he was a reporter at Mother Jones magazine and the Bangkok Post.
Justin Green is the political editor for Independent Journal and was previously online editor for the Washington Examiner.
The show is the second podcast for the Scripps Washington Bureau, which also produces "DecodeDC." The Bureau is the Washington, D.C.–based digital and national investigative newsroom for The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP).
The E.W. Scripps Company serves audiences and businesses through a growing portfolio of television, radio and digital media brands. Scripps is one of the nation's largest independent TV station owners, with 33 television stations in 24 markets and a reach of nearly one in five U.S. households. It also owns 34 radio stations in eight markets. Scripps also runs an expanding collection of local and national digital journalism and information businesses, including podcast industry leader Midroll Media, over-the-top video news service Newsy and weather app developer WeatherSphere. Scripps also produces television shows including The List and The Now, runs an award-winning investigative reporting newsroom in Washington, D.C., and serves as the long-time steward of the nation's largest, most successful and longest-running educational program, the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Founded in 1878, Scripps has held for decades to the motto, "Give light and the people will find their own way."
SOURCE The E.W. Scripps Company