You may not think of the FBI as a hip, Web 2.0 entity, but the FBI has announced that they are now offering three podcasts. To be more specific, they are offering three of their weekly radio shows in podcast format, covering closed FBI files, FBI history, and more.
The weekly shows, which include interviews, highlights of closed cases, and a special series that looks back at the FBI’s 100-year-long history, are available both through iTunes, and through their own official FBI website.
So fire up your iPod, and take a listen to:
FBI This Week: A behind-the-scenes look at the FBI, its jurisdictions, responsibilities, and accomplishments.
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Gotcha: A show that highlights closed cases in which the FBI, often working with local and state police and possibly other federal agencies, solved a crime and made arrests.
FBI 100: A Closer Look: In which FBI Historian Dr. John Fox shares his perspectives and insights into various aspects of the FBI’s 100-year history.
Direct links and iTunes links to the FBI’s podcasts are available at the [Page no longer available – we have linked to the archive.org version instead].
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