Almost nothing Leo Laporte claims about his network is true

A search for "This Week in Tech" reveals nothing on the music-streaming service Spotify.
A search for “This Week in Tech” reveals nothing on the music-streaming service Spotify.

As the minutes turn into hours and the hours give way to months, the flowing sands of the hourglass serve as a reminder that change is constant and the world is forever evolving—but not so Leo Laporte.

His delusions and lies stand as firm as the foundational stones of the ancient pyramids. It was trumpeted on nearly every TWiT show that Spotify would be featuring “This Week in Tech” in their new podcast section on the music-streaming service. But a recent search on Spotify reveals nothing: No “TWiT,” no “TNT,” certainly no “Marketing Mavericks.”

So thanks for nothin’, Leo. You got us again with another one of your classic boastful exaggerations. “We looooooooooove Spotify.”

Well, apparently Spotify doesn’t love you.

15 thoughts on “Almost nothing Leo Laporte claims about his network is true”

  1. I’m curious if it’s a Canadian thing (are you in Canada?). I just installed the Spotify application in Windows 8.1 Desktop and did a search for ANY podcast and can’t see any. Tried BBC, NBC, TWiT, Vice, nothing. I can’t even see a Podcast section.

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