I think that if they're not going to quickly and effectively put together a solution for the visual stuff that they're looking at on the screen, then they need to stop doing it. It doesn't necessarily have to be on the fly screen switching, but if Ian just wrote down links for stuff he shows and then sticks it in the description of the video and any other services the podcast is on, preferably with timestamps.
But honestly, I don't think they should be doing it at all. It's a podcast after all. They shouldn't be looking at stuff to see what it is being talked about, someone should be describing what it was through their words.
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This is a good example. Kyle is describing what the show looks like but as soon as Ian brings up the trailer on screen everyone stops talking, reacts to what they're seeing instead of continuing to describe it for the listener.
I understand why it might seem like it's a good idea, but in my opinion it brings the quality down, and instead they should do just a bit more preparation before hand so they're aware of what's being talked about, anything that's brought up by another Ally should then just be described by that Ally.