Apparently Chris sperged out at Chase (AKA Geek Gamer; yes, that is literally what he calls himself, and he is very much that out of touch) while discussing an Unfilter reboot, and Chase reacted seemingly disproportionately by coyly denouncing Jupiter Broadcasting and Chris altogether on Twitter. Though, considering this isn't the first time Chris has sperged out (See Chris strawmanning Noah over distro circle jerking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyDpmNK1C3o
), the whole ordeal isn't that astonishing. In all likelihood, this won't result in anything notable, but drama like this is a fairly predictable outcome when you put a bunch of manchildren in a room together. It comes and goes.
For clarity, Unfilter was a political podcast that's fairly tech-adjacent and featured generally good deconstruction about news and media. Not incredibly unique, but the two core hosts', Chris Fisher and Chase Nunes, commentary made it work. The project ended some time last year, but Chris attempted a reboot recently, just by himself. It's unclear whether he'll continue it.
Too bad, because I liked Unfilter – and TechSNAP. Both were good because they were legitimately informative, the former because it was a good summation of political news without telling you what to think too much and the latter because it's a good, practical highlight reel of important various software projects and happenings, though it's more fun when Allan talked about ZFS. Everything else on JB is such an insipid waste of time. Just vapid, personality-driven entertainment for obnoxious nerds.
I haven't heard it myself, but I've been told that No Agenda, a similarly tech-adjacent political show, is a good podcast hosted by Jon Dvorak and Adam Curry that can fill the void where Unfilter left.