At the same time, the show was moved from WXOJ to its own studio in Northampton, Massachusetts, for both the radio and television versions. His last day on the program (other than later call-in appearances) was August 26, 2016.  The same year, Louis Motamedi, a childhood friend of Pakman's, was added as radio producer..  Additionally, a strong support for the scientific position on evolution, and rebuking of literal Bible interpretation have created conflict with guests. The show is noted for interviewing many fringe, or "extremist" personalities in an effort to expose their views, in addition to hundreds of interviews with professors, scientists, lawmakers, and others. The same year, the show joined The Young Turks network, although it has since left the network. https://traffic.libsyn.com/davidpakman/davidpakmanshow-2020-11-04.mp3, https://traffic.libsyn.com/davidpakman/davidpakmanshow-2020-11-03.mp3, https://traffic.libsyn.com/davidpakman/davidpakmanshow-2020-11-02.mp3, https://traffic.libsyn.com/davidpakman/davidpakmanshow-2020-10-30.mp3. The number of television affiliates grew and Pakman attributed this to expanding from radio to a visual medium.
The interview drew media coverage due to the fact that both men held anti-gay positions, but disagreed on the reasons why being homosexuality is a bad thing.  Public radio syndication began in 2006 on the Pacifica Radio Network. People interviewed included game commentator John "TotalBiscuit" Bain, 8chan owner Fredrick Brennan and game developer Brianna Wu, among others.. This arrest led to a frenzy of media interest, with Pakman and the original interview featured on CNN, HLN with both Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew, The Huffington Post, The Boston Herald, The Alan Colmes Show, Mother Jones, Raw Story, Democracy Now, WGGB40, The Randi Rhodes Show, and Minneapolis radio station AM950. The name was then changed to The David Pakman Show (TDPS), expanding from a weekly program to two episodes per week, broadcast live on Mondays and Thursdays at 3pm Eastern Standard Time.
, On the April 15, 2014, edition of HLN's Dr. Drew On Call, Pakman was misidentified as former Neo-Nazi and KKK member Frank Meeink. On September 2, Midweek Politics, a simultaneously-produced television show, was launched, originally offered to public-access television stations across the country as well as published on the show's YouTube Channel. ", "Northampton's David Pakman brings his local voice into the National Spotlight", "The David Pakman Show | Shirley Phelps-Roper", "February 17, 2010 | The David Pakman Show", "Alleged Kansas Shooter Spoke Out To Local Show Host", "Rage Against GamerGate's Hate Machine: What I Got For Speaking Up", "Was Kansas Shooting Avoidable? In 2009, TDPS added its first commercial radio affiliates, starting with Green 1640 in Atlanta, Georgia and WHMP Northampton, Massachusetts. Concurrently, producer Louis Motamedi moved to Austin, Texas, where he launched the Austin bureau of The David Pakman Show. –No winner has yet been declared in the Presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, –The election results so far give Joe Biden multiple paths to victory even without winning Pennsylvania or North Carolina, but there are many votes to be …Read More, –It’s election day 2020, and it’s time to remove Donald Trump, for good and for the good of the world, –David’s final 2020 Donald Trump vs Joe Biden electoral map prediction, –Global warnings rampant about civil unrest and violence in the US …Read More, –Congressman Ruben Gallego, a Democrat representing Arizona’s 7th Congressional District, joins David to discuss voting safely in this upcoming election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, fake news, disinformation campaigns, the Latino vote, and much more, –Axios is able to exclusively report …Read More, –Donald Trump says that he will try to get the courts to stop the counting of ballots after Election Day, –Republican Senator Mike Lee accuses big tech companies of censorship when they fact-check and demonetize, –Caller asks if Joe Biden will pack …Read More. On August 15, 2016 it was announced that producer Louis Motamedi would be leaving the show, in search of a better living environment in the southern United States. In August 2013, the show moved from Greenfield, Massachusetts to New York City, where the program's main studio was housed until May 2015. ", TDPS is a progressive/left-wing/liberal talk radio program, although according to Pakman it notably does not follow what he characterizes as the typically pro-Palestinian view of progressive media in relation to Israel and Palestine, and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Video and podcast versions of the interview spread virally throughout the internet garnering varied reaction, ranging from those who found the interview comical and entertaining, to those who were offended, and even a contingent who believed Pakman was wrong to have Miller on the program and should be removed from the air. In July of that year, the show obtained national television distribution through Free Speech TV. , Peter LaBarbera was a guest on the program on July 28, 2010.
The David Pakman Show (TDPS), originally Midweek Politics with David Pakman, is a multi-platform politics and news talk show currently airing on television, radio, and the Internet, hosted by David Pakman. , The focus of the show is modern North American politics and society, with frequent discussion of economics, science, religion in public life, culture, reason, gay rights, capital punishment and crime, policing, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, North-American foreign policy, technology, and other topical issues. It may require cleanup to comply with Wikipedia's content policies, particularly, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Overland Park Jewish Community Center shooting, "Q & A with David Pakman: Radio host becomes host of midweek politics", "Northampton political pundit David Pakman on the rise everywhere at 25", "Northampton radio personality gaining audience nationwide", "FSTV Welcomes David Pakman to News Line-Up | Free Speech TV", "David Pakman Joins The Young Turks Network", "Why is TDPS no longer part of The Young Turks network anymore?