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In Journalism 101, we interview journalism teachers, students and professionals in an effort to improve our knowledge of the medium by hearing the experiences of those who are teaching, practicing and producing it. JOU 101 is a podcast production of SNO Sites, hosted by Alex McNamee. Take your seat; class is now in session.
 
There are a lot of free-to-play mobile games with--let's be honest--gambling mechanics out there. Which ones are actually worth your time and don't require you to go into horrific debt? Each episode, Sierra and Dustin review a semi-randomly chosen "gacha" game to determine which ones you should keep installed and which ones should probably just be deleted from your app store of choice.
 
Each episode we interview a journalist about a longform or investigative piece that they’ve written. We cover how the journalist came up with the story idea, how much pre-reporting they did before they pitched it, what the pitch looked like, and then how they went about writing and reporting the story. The podcast is meant to serve as a resource for students, and journalists who’d like to learn more about their craft.
 
Wires & Lights in a Box, c'est le podcast magazine de Journalism.design qui - deux fois par mois environ - explore en profondeur un aspect du journalisme digital qui a marqué l'actualité. La mission de Journalism.design: Combiner les méthodes de design et les fondamentaux du journalisme pour faire émerger les nouvelles pratiques du journalisme digital et tenter de cerner ce que pourraient être les contours de la profession demain en apportant des réponses pratiques aux questions d’aujourd’hu ...
 
Es erscheinen keine neuen Podcast-Episoden mehr. Die alten Episoden, die von 2015 bis 2018 erschienen sind, können hier aber weiterhin gehört werden. Journalismus aus der Sicht der Generation Y – Das ist unser, Luca Ghisellis und Angelo Zehrs Podcast «Journalismus Y». Warum Y? Wir sind Mitglied der Generation Y – der Generation why. Wir diskutieren neue Formen und Entwicklungen des Journalismus aus einer jungen Perspektive, hinterfragen gängige Meinungen und fragen dabei immer wieder: Warum?
 
Listen in as journalists make new things and launch new ventures. We bring you into CUNY's Newmark Graduate School of Journalism's in New York City for behind-the-scenes stories of how people develop journalism startups of all shapes and sizes. In season one, you'll hear the voices of journalists and students as they go through the learning process. Join us on the journey. Season One was produced, mixed and edited by Kristen Clark, with music from Chad Crouch (soundofpicture.com).
 
“Journalism/Works” is an ongoing program of the Newseum Institute that focuses on journalism that matters — news reports in print, broadcast and online that produce change, provide insight and that fulfill the “watchdog on government” mission envisioned for a free press in the First Amendment.
 
PODCAST ABOUT PHONO JOURNALISM, RADIO ART AND FIELD RECORDING. This is to promote a very particular concept: Phono Journalism. The Phono Journalism operates when the recording makes us glimpse facts, moods, information that is not told by other forms of media. These recordings do not include speach, voiceover, and suggest space that informs us otherwise. The phono journalism is quite comparable to Photo Journalism.
 
The Intercept produces fearless, adversarial journalism, covering stories the mainstream media misses on national security, politics, criminal justice, technology, surveillance, privacy, and human rights. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Die Episoden dieses Podcasts erscheinen in unregelmäßigen Abständen. Sie sind der akustische Begleiter meines Weblogs http://www.medienzukunft.info. This podcast is an (occasional) companion of my weblog with the same title (http://www.medienzukunft.info). Most of the weblog's content is in German but I'll do my best to provide postings in English.
 
This is Hamptons Uncovered, the podcast that looks at mysteries that occur in, well, the Hamptons. We’ll go deeper than the glitz and glam of the East End mansion-dotted shorelines. We’ll go into the real Hamptons, uncover the stories that people just don’t talk about openly. Because there’s a lot people don’t know about. Or want you to know about. This is a true crime investigative journalism podcast. If you have a tip, please send it in.
 
Listen to the podcast that gives brands a competitive advantage. Each episode is packed with tangible tips on marketing, social media tools, entrepreneurship, creating greater ROI, and inspiration to build a thriving brand. Learn to be the Media and publish content that gives your business a competitive advantage.
 
A large portion of the population feels underrepresented by the media.This podcast uses Dialog Journalism® to give individuals a voice and agency to alter conditions. Geodialog Media is a digital media company and the true creator of the Dialog Journalism® brand. Geodialog Media uses issues borne out in news stories from across the globe to create a single conversation, bringing together media, universities, government, students, religious institutions, corporations and nonprofits and other ...
 
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Shaheen Pasha and Yukari Kane, co-founders and co-executive directors of the Prison Journalism Project, join It's All Journalism host Michael O’Connell to explain their initiative. They work with inmates to help those with an interest in writing learn how to tell their stories to a wider audience. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Jou…
 
On Heels in the Middle East (Pardes Publishing, 2020) is the first book of Ksenia Svetlova, an Israeli journalist of Russian origin who covered the Middle East extensively during the last two decades. Svetlova takes us on a journey to Hizbullah dominated parts of Beirut, refugee camps in Gaza, Qaddafi's Libya and the revolutionary squares of the Ar…
 
Contrary to popular belief, the New York Cosmos are still alive. Gone are the glitter-strewn days of the late 1970s when Pele played on the pitch, Mick Jagger watched from the packed stands and then, afterwards, they partied together at Studio 54. The old North American Soccer League soon crumbled under the weight of its own excess. However, its le…
 
In the latest episode of the pod, Alberto and Simon get to grips with COVID19 data and the challenges of reporting on the numbers during a pandemic. Financial Times senior visual journalist John Burn-Murdoch explains how he hunts for the key data and talks through what he thinks we will see happening next. The Covid Tracking Project's co-founder Al…
 
Author Brooke Kroeger reviews the daring career of Nellie Bly, the newspaper reporter who feigned insanity to investigate abuse at an asylum and traveled the world in a record-breaking 72 days. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast/โดย AEJMC
 
On this episode, we discuss the mixed bag of events featured in Days 6 - 8. On the one hand, Caster is a pretty cool villain, Archer makes a great foil for Shirou, and Rin and Shirou’s conversation on the roof is one of the most genuinely sweet things in the entire VN so far. On the other hand, Nasu makes Shinji even worse than in the Fate route, s…
 
In this podcast we look at how one of the world's leading newsrooms uses data to inform various steps of the newsmaking process in order to engage with audiences and drive subscriptions. In this podcast we look at how one of the world's leading newsrooms uses data to inform various steps of the newsmaking process in order to engage with audiences a…
 
David Dayen is the Executive Editor at The American Prospect. This episode features David talking about his recent cover story, "Islands in the Stream." David has also written a number of books, the most recent of which is, “Monopolized: Life in the Age of Corporate Power.“ https://prospect.org/power/islands-in-the-stream-spotify-youtube-music-mono…
 
Our latest Conversations with Data podcast features Maarten Lambrechts, a freelance data visualisation consultant based in Belgium. In this episode, he talks to us about how he helps organisations like the World Bank communicate their numbers by evaluating, designing and developing static and interactive visualisations. He also explains how he deve…
 
This week, we take a look at satire journalism, including what separates a good idea from a bad one, the writing process, and how it must distinguish itself now from fake news. We interview Anna Larranaga, an editor of TheNordly.com, a regional satire news site based in Minnesota.
 
Many believe the solution to ongoing crises in the news industry — including profound financial instability and public distrust — is for journalists to improve connections to their audiences. Conversations about the proper relationship between the media and the public go back to Walter Lippmann and John Dewey and through the public journalism movem…
 
The Arizona Republic had a zombie problem. We're not talking about the brain-eating variety of zombies. Instead, the Republic had too many digital subscribers that weren't actively engaged with the newspaper's content. These "zombies" were also most likely to cancel their subscriptions, creating a retention problem. In 2019-20, the Republic launche…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life. You are smart and capable, but you aren’t an island, and neither are we. So we reached across our mentor network to bring you podcasts on everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Wish we’d bring in an expert about something? Email us at cgessler05@gmail.com or dr.danamalon…
 
Deborah Dwyer, a 2020-2021 Reynolds Journalism Institute resident fellow at the University of Missouri, joins Michael O’Connell to discuss her work, building tools to help newsrooms deal with unpublishing requests. She talks about the ethical conflict some newsrooms might have over this topic and how journalists can help make it easier to comply. K…
 
Matthew Karp is a historian of the U.S. Civil War era and its relationship to the nineteenth-century world. He received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011 and joined the Princeton faculty in 2013. The piece we are talking about is The Politics of a Second Gilded Age, published in February 2021 in The Jacobin. His first…
 
Feeling betrayed by liberal ideals in the US and UK, how are Chinese international students dealing with rising racism during the pandemic? Bingchun Meng from LSE talks to Joanne Kuai, a visiting PhD student at NIAS, about her latest research project, “Mediated Experience of Covid-19”, based on her students' real stories and their sophisticated ref…
 
In recent years Americans have experienced a range of assaults upon the truth. In The Constitution of Knowledge: A Defense of Truth (Brookings Institution Press, 2021), Jonathan Rauch describes the various ways in which our understanding of truth has come under attack, and the mechanisms that exist to fight back. As Rauch explains, the challenge of…
 
At a time when trust in the media is low and "news deserts" are increasing across the United States, engaged journalism offers a framework for connecting people, community organizations, and news organizations in ways that aim to rebuild trust and ensure that news coverage is inclusive and representative of the entire community. Andrea Wenzel's boo…
 
Auch wenn es viele nicht wissen, bzw. nicht wissen wollen. Das Eiweiß vom Tier kann viele negative Auswirkungen auf den Körper haben. Zusammengefasst nennt man diese Krankheiten (News Krankheiten/Gesundheit) die Eiweißspeicherkrankheiten nach Dr. Wendt.
 
Michael Yarvitz, co-author with Rachel Maddow of Bag Man: The Wild Crimes, Audacious Cover-Up and Spectacular Downfall of a Brazen Crook in the White House, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss the book and its accompanying podcast. He explains their research process, including sharing new information with people who prosecuted former Vice P…
 
Defining the Chief Executive via flash powder and selfie sticks. In this episode, Dr. Lee M. Pierce (they & she) interviews Dr. Cara A. Finnegan about Photographic Presidents: Making History from Daguerreotype to Digital (University of Illinois Press, 2021). Lincoln's somber portraits. Lyndon Johnson's swearing in. George W. Bush's reaction to lear…
 
Julie Golia's new book Newspaper Confessions: A History of Advice Columns in a Pre-Internet Age (Oxford UP, 2021) chronicles the history of the newspaper advice column, a genre that has shaped Americans’ relationships with media, their experiences with popular therapy, and their virtual interactions across generations. Emerging in the 1890s, advice…
 
To many mathematicians and math enthusiasts, the word "innumeracy" brings to mind popular writing like that of John Allen Paulos. But inequities in our quantitative reasoning skills have received considerable interest and attention from researchers lately, including in psychology, development, education, and public health. Innumeracy in the Wild: M…
 
Journalist Randy Krehbiel discusses his book, Tulsa, 1921: Reporting a Massacre, for the 100th anniversary of this long ignored moment in history. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast/โดย AEJMC
 
Rob Moody runs a YouTube channel with over 900,000 subscribers and holds an important influence over the agenda in his sport but he has never made a penny. If you are a cricket fan with access to the internet, it is highly likely you have seen one of his videos. Robelinda2 is the ‘go to’ channel for the rare, unusual or controversial moments in the…
 
Jennifer Benz, vice president of the Associated Press’ National Opinion Research Center’s Center for Public Affairs Research, and Tim Rosenstiel, executive director of the American Press Institute, discuss a new survey in partnership with their organizations and the Media Insight Project. Their survey of more than 2,000 people found only 11 percent…
 
In an age of mutual acrimony and closed borders, journalists were among the few individuals who crossed the Iron Curtain. Their reporting strongly influenced the ways that policy makers, pundits, and ordinary people came to understand the American or the Soviet "other." In Cold War Correspondents: Soviet and American Reporters on the Ideological Fr…
 
In this episode, we are talking to ProPublica investigative journalist Justin Elliott. Justin has been with ProPublica since 2012 and writes about business and economics, as well as money and influence in politics. He has produced stories for the New York Times and NPR. His work on TurboTax maker Intuit – a story we are discussing today -- won a Ge…
 
Author Matt Cecil explains how J. Edgar Hoover built and protected a heroic narrative for the FBI by manipulating journalists and information. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast/.โดย AEJMC
 
Content strategy, the cookie apocalypse and other disasters Like a great drummer, a sports content strategy should be tight and consistent but happy to improvise when required. Many content leaders have been caught out by changes in Facebook's algorithms over the years and, in recent months, Google and Apple have introduced fundamental alterations …
 
It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell talks with Summer Harlow and Danielle Kilgo about their new study, “Perceptions vs Performance: How Routines, Norms and Values Influence Journalists’ Protest Coverage Decisions." They discuss how reporters are failing to provide strong coverage of protests and continue to place more weight on the voices of…
 
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