Recode is celebrating its 100th episode!
The network has been covering a variety of topics, including everything from the birth of a baby to the latest health news, with a special focus on childbirth.
We’ve also covered the birth, and subsequent postpartum experiences, of a mother, her newborn, and a baby girl.
In our 100th Recode episode, we discuss the birth and postpartums experiences of a woman who has just given birth to a baby, a woman whose baby has been given a cesarean section, and the impact of the birth on her postpartuma life.
If you’re interested in our coverage of childbirth, visit our coverage page.
Recode was founded in 1995 by Kara Swisher and Anthony Scaramucci.
The site was launched as the home of the award-winning podcast Invisibilia and the award winning web series The Recode Effect.
The show has been described as a hybrid between a podcast and a news magazine, and it was one of the first to explore how people consume news in a digital format.
Recodes content is also available to advertisers, including Amazon, as well as a variety.
In 2017, Recode reported its fourth-straight quarterly profit, as revenues increased 5 percent.
Recoding is owned by Google and is available on iOS and Android devices.