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"Coffee with a Journalist" features candid conversations with top tier journalists. Each week OnePitch Co-Founder, Beck Bamberger, speaks 1:1 with editors, reporters, and journalists to uncover their publicist pet peeves, favorite books, outlook on the future of journalism, and more. Sometimes, we even drink coffee.
 
Each week, Mitch Leff, president of Leff & Associates Public Relations, offers his "4 Questions Journalist Spotlight, a conversation with a Georgia journalist.4QJS dives into each journalist's background, their role at their current media outlet, beats and story interests, and talks about how public relations professionals can work with them, and stories on their radar.Then it gets fun! What's the coolest thing about them? What's their favorite book/podcast, favorite local getaway, hobbies, ...
 
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The Accidental Journalist

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The Accidental Journalist

The Accidental Journalist

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My whole life carries a TRIGGER WARNING. As do my podcasts. I talk about real issues and social justice, with subjects some will not touch. Listen with care. I was labelled as a Homeless Junkie and a Violent Criminal. I had lost everything. I only wanted to be a better man but Death Changed me and in the process I became The Accidental; Journalist, giving the voiceless a way to be heard. Listen to Single interviews/Tracks or complete series as a Playlist for your convenience. May contain Bad ...
 
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Freelancing for Journalists

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Freelancing for Journalists

Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson

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Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
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Journalist

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Journalist

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Mød dem, der laver de historier, der skaber forandring. Danmarks skarpeste journalister fortæller om deres kald. Hvem er de, hvordan arbejder de, og hvad er deres personlige drivkraft? Vært: Tor Arnbjørn. Musik: Christian Schødts-Sørensen. Grafik: Kathrine Højriis
 
The ‘Future of Journalism’ series is designed to canvas opinions from all sides about where journalism is heading, or where it should be heading. There is currently so much pressure on journalism that much of the debate is locked in the present; however, to plan the best outcomes for journalists the Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom believes we need to have a clear vision on what the future looks like.
 
Telegram Journalistik Råmaterial är intervjuer som ursprungligen spelats in som underlag till en text eller ett kortare radioinslag. Här får vi för första gången höra den oredigerade versionen, vara med under hela mötet.Ljudkvalitén på intervjuerna kan bitvis vara lite ruffig, vi har gjort vad vi har kunnat för att höja lyssningskvalitén. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Passez-moi le journaliste ! c'est le nouveau rendez-vous podcast du Figaro. Chaque jour, grâce à tous les internautes du Figaro, nous vous proposons d'approfondir un sujet. Vous avez posté un commentaire, posé une question sous un article publié sur lefigaro.fr ? Son auteur vous répond. Laissez-vous entrainer dès à présent dans la NewsRoom du Figaro.
 
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Journalistic Revolution

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Journalistic Revolution

Journalistic Revolution

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We strive to be a factual and honest open sourced news organization by providing you valuable information on issues that are important to you. Weekly updates come through articles, video, and radio content that will keep you more informed than biased news outlets. Our hope is to not only report the news but to inform you how to get involved with important issues by providing a single location that hosts your thoughts and ideas.
 
Welcome to a podcast designed exclusively for freelance journalists and video producers all over the world. We believe that 5 minutes of short interviews and practical advice can be more valuable and effective than 45 minutes discussions. Carlos P Beltran is an award-winning freelance journalist covering profile and human interest stories for some of the world's most influential networks (National Geographic, Discovery Digital Networks, AJ+, The New York Post, The Atlantic, Univision, Fusion ...
 
Sascha Vennemann ist Autor für die Bastei-Heftroman-Serie "Maddrax - Die dunkle Zukunft der Erde" und seine eigene sechsbändige Ebook-Serie "Eon - Das letzte Zeitalter". Er ist als Redakteur für das GEEK!-Magazin, das VIRUS-Magazin und das Online-Portal "Geisterspiegel" aktiv. Hier - in diesem Blog - landet alles, was er sonst nirgendwo veröffentlichen kann - oder will...
 
Sascha Vennemann ist Autor für die Bastei-Heftroman-Serie "Maddrax - Die dunkle Zukunft der Erde" und seine eigene sechsbändige Ebook-Serie "Eon - Das letzte Zeitalter". Er ist als Redakteur für das GEEK!-Magazin, das VIRUS-Magazin und das Online-Portal "Geisterspiegel" aktiv. Hier - in diesem Blog - landet alles, was er sonst nirgendwo veröffentlichen kann - oder will...
 
Join me Timur Bey 2 Journalist and Political Activist while i share my opinion(s) on topics from politics, civil rights, wisdom, being vegetarian, health, real life issues and more. | Proud member of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) since October 22nd 2020. | www.TimurBey2.com |The Timur Bey 2 Journalist & Political Activist Podcast Show Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/timurbey2/support
 
Treffen sich ein Journalist und ein Komiker … Der Journalist Daniel Erk (Tagesspiegel Berliner, Business Punk, Die Zeit) und der Komiker Peter Wittkamp (heute show online, BVG) treffen sich und bringen Bier und Themen mit. Dann beginnt der Wettkampf: Wird das ein ernsthaftes Gespräch? Oder bloß großer Quatsch?
 
Sascha Vennemann ist Autor für die Bastei-Heftroman-Serie "Maddrax - Die dunkle Zukunft der Erde" und seine eigene sechsbändige Ebook-Serie "Eon - Das letzte Zeitalter". Er ist als Redakteur für das GEEK!-Magazin, das VIRUS-Magazin und das Online-Portal "Geisterspiegel" aktiv. Hier - in diesem Blog - landet alles, was er sonst nirgendwo veröffentlichen kann - oder will...
 
The 6th World Conference of Science Journalists 2009 (WCSJ2009) brings established and aspiring reporters,writers and science communicators from around the world to debate, network, develop their professional skills and report thelatest advances in science and technology.
 
Broadcast PR experts Shout! Communications present a 10 part series featuring speakers at the pinnacle of broadcast journalism. Topics include the rise of 'fake news', the role of social media in broadcast coverage, and tips on how to get national TV, Radio and Online coverage. For more information head to www.shoutcommunications.co.uk.
 
My own Personal Podcast where I speak my mind on the issue around the world from politics to current events, From press freedom to fake news,everything I will speak my mind about the issue everyday and give a voice that the people need to hear it time for a change and it time for the world to change and it time for a people to fight for change and it time for everything to start fighting with a voice. A voice for the people,and by the people.
 
Nuance is a current events podcast hosted by StayUp.News editor-in-chief Roberto E. Alejandro (PhD, JD) and police scientist Michael A. Wood Jr. Roberto Alejandro is a former fast food worker, transit bus driver, assistant book preservationist, hospital interpreter, and handyman. He holds a PhD in Religion and Theology from Durham University, a JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and is a journalist who reports from Baltimore and New York City. He is also the creator and pub ...
 
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I try and get into how I love animals/dogs in a different way than humans. Is it needing reassurance or trust = love or... ? (CONVERSATION - WEEK 20, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com
 
Today, we’re joined by Capital B’s national health reporter, Margo Snipe. As a national health reporter, Margo covers critical issues affecting the mental and physical health of Black Americans. She digs into how racial bias in medicine impacts Black Americans’ lives and investigates inequities in the American health care system. During the episode…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Josephine Bennett, Director of News & Partnerships for Georgia Public Broadcasting (Radio)! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media …
 
We have a very special bonus episode of the podcast this week. We sat down with award-winning freelance journalist and writer Saima Mir to discuss the paperback launch of her fantastic novel, The Khan, which is currently Waterstones Book of the Month. We talked about diversity in publishing, the writing process and what journalistic experience she …
 
An action-packed film that's based on Heart as the vehicle for Vengeance. Moral questions come up as a family man wants to the right the wrongs that have been done to his family. A story of Fate, Justice, Nature/Nurture, and can people really change? It's explosive and if you're into Instant Karma videos and love getting your Justice Boner on, you'…
 
I come around to this concept of marrying your best friend and what it means. I mostly talk about what friends are and what healthy relationships should be and why it makes sense you'd want your partner to have those traits you'd want in a Bestie. (CONVERSATION - WEEK 19, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com…
 
Who is going to pay in future for trustworthy and quality journalism as the money once used to pay for it further bleeds into other communication options? Audiences in regional areas are amongst the biggest losers as their only local news source closes. The governments in the United States, Canada and UK are contemplating following the Australian p…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to get funding for a project with Amanda Nunn, a freelance broadcast journalist and co-founder of the Off the Record newsletter and Warren Nettleford, an ITN television presenter and reporter and co-founder of Need to Know, the UK’s first youth news service built purely for the digital generation. Amanda Nunn Twit…
 
Today on the podcast, we’re joined by Anita Ramaswamy, a reporter at TechCrunch. Anita covers crypto and fintech startups, trends, and news. Before joining TechCrunch, Anita was a finance fellow at Insider. During the episode, Anita shares real-life examples of pitch subject lines, why she’s hesitant about pursuing exclusives, her new podcast from …
 
A wonderful Biopic that is perfectly balanced. It plays as a great movie without ever needing to know anything of the subject, the Mathematician John Nash, it is based on. Elements of drama, the psychological, as well as some suspense, all sewn together with humour and care unlike any other. This is a great piece that has plenty of great twists and…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Ryan Dennis, News Manager for Revolt Black News! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media training, and crisis communications, but he…
 
Accept your mistakes even when someone points them out for the wrong reasons. Don't get defensive, don't turn a positive into a negative. (CONVERSATION - WEEK 18, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com
 
In this episode we talk about side hustles, should you have one and how do you explore your interests alongside your freelance journalism work? We speak to Dean Sterling Jones, a chef from Northern Ireland, who works as a freelance journalist when he’s not cooking, and Waseem Mirza, a sci-tech journalist and presenter who is also a screen actor and…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Tom Matsuda, a fintech reporter at The Block. As a fintech reporter, Tom covers crypto wallets, Asia, and investments. Prior to The Block, Tom reported on neobanks, payment firms and blockchain startups for Sifted. During the episode, Tom shares about the constant array of crypto news he receives, what kind of …
 
The AFP raids in 2019 shone a light on press freedom issues in Australia. However, our record more generally for press freedom is relatively lacklustre – last year we were 25th in the world according to Reporters Without Borders. New Zealand was eighth – https://rsf.org/en/index?year=2021 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Press_Freedom_Index Hence the …
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Maija Ehlinger, Editor of Hypepotamus. Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media training, and crisis communications, but he also oper…
 
How are podcasts changing journalism? They’ve exploded in popularity during the pandemic. Media companies are recognising that they are, at least, part of our immediate future. Tech giants like Spotify and Amazon are investing in exclusive shows in the hope of attracting a different type of paying subscriber. Will this trend live on into the next d…
 
In this episode, we ask whether you need shorthand as a freelance journalist. We talk to Marc Shoffman, a journalist and podcaster, and Rachel Charlton-Dailey, a health and disability journalist, about the pros and cons of shorthand, when it can be useful, as well as considering alternatives tools. Marc Shoffman Twitter: @marcshoffman Instagram: in…
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking with Mia Maguire, commerce editor at The Daily Beast, Scouted. She covers new products, product comparisons, deals, and how-tos. During the episode, Mia shares her pet peeves about pitches, how she’s connecting online and offline with sources, when it’s appropriate to follow up with her, and more.…
 
A beautiful coming-of-age story filled with melancholy, sadness, friendship, and love. The movie stays true to the book and both are worth your time. The story centres around a teenager entering high school. If that wasn't messy enough, he deals with past trauma and present mental health issues. The story tackles big topics with grace and authentic…
 
Stephen King's memoir on the craft of writing. The book is divided into two main sections: The part that gives us history on King and how he came to writing and the instructional part on how to be a better writer. If you are a Stephen King fan but are not a writer and have no intention on being one, you can still enjoy this book. If you don't enjoy…
 
This book was one of the easiest reads I've ever had. I don't mean in diction or that it was so thrilling I couldn't put it down. But it has a quality to it that I felt strongly despite it being foreign to my nature; it was easygoing. No matter the situation, the protagonist, seemingly by nature and nurture, handled everything with ease no matter h…
 
"Good Time" is a fast-paced suspense thriller that is incredibly contemporary and stylistically shot. The film centres around a troubled character just trying to do the right thing but can't seem to stop digging a bigger hole. It's wonderfully urgent yet there's unexpected heart and depth here - a great genre blend that is incredibly entertaining a…
 
I'm usually great at separating the Art from the Artist but in this case the Art IS the Artist. Oscar Wilde said it better in "Picture of Dorian Gray" but here Chuck explains it as well: "It's always been my theory that criticism is just veiled autobiography, whenever someone writes about a piece of art, they're really just writing about themselves…
 
King says that satire comes from mistrust. That's evident. What isn't apparent is who the target audience really is. The book is well-written contemporary read that's mostly a smooth read albeit with constant interruptions and interludes that seemingly make no sense but more likely are just over my head. The book takes place in Southern Alberta and…
 
Trust is an essential part of journalism. In this episode, we find out why it's important and what you can do as a freelance journalist to gain it. We talk to Steve Nowottny, an editor from FullFact, who discusses how his work exposes and counters the harm false information can cause, and Jennifer Sizeland, a UK-based freelance journalist, who talk…
 
I talk about the differences between a Jack of All Trades, Master of None, a Master of One, and the desire to be a Renaissance Man. (CONVERSATION - WEEK 16, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking with Melinda Fakuade, an associate editor of culture and features at Vox. She has written for New York Magazine, The Outline, Rolling Stone, and MEL Magazine, among many other outlets. During the episode, Melinda talks about how to effectively approach her with a story, her extremely high email open rate, her …
 
I almost regret owning such a beautiful edition of such a frustrating book. The first half of the story is lovely. But the latter half is not only confusing, (animals in human jails, toads and humans being the same size, toads riding horses, etc.) it's also incredibly annoying. We have a tale where a character who treats everyone like rubbish and e…
 
La guerre en Ukraine et les mesures sans précédent de contrôle de l'information, en Russie, forcent le recours à des méthodes qui avaient été un peu oubliées en Occident depuis la guerre froide. À partir de studios installés un peu partout dans le monde, Radio For Peace International utilise les ondes courtes pour contourner la censure russe et pré…
 
Live and Undrugged series 2 episode 13: Kevin Lane Fitted up and fighting back.My chat with kevin lane who was fitted up for a murder he did not commit and spent over 20 years in prison and is now fighting back to prove his innocence.Wow what can I say, what an absolute pleasure to speak to this intelligent, animated guy with an unbelievable and he…
 
Michael Arreboe har været digital chef på både Politiken og i DR. Hør ham fortælle hvordan 11. sep. 2001 var en banebrydende dag for netjournalistik, og hvorfor han synes, nettet er en gave til enhver journalist. For ham er det et kald at være journalist, selvom det startede som en genvej til at møde Henning Stærk. Vært: Tor Arnbjørn Redaktør: Dort…
 
In this episode, we talk about pensions and savings, and how we should all be thinking about saving for the future. We talk to Brendon Maton an experienced freelance journalist who writes about investing and savings and Hannah Smith, a freelance financial journalist specialising in investment management and personal finance, about the best options …
 
This week on Coffee with a Journalist we’re joined by Lisa Lacy, the commerce editor at Adweek. Lisa focuses on retail and the growing reach of Amazon. As the sole reporter for Amazon, her stories gross 2+ million views annually. During the episode, Lisa shares how little time she spends scanning her inbox, how she pursues the story behind the scen…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Elizabeth Nouryeh-Clay with the Neighbor Newspapers Group! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media training, and crisis communicatio…
 
This collection houses only a small fraction, less than 10 percent, of the short stories Guy wrote. There are cheeky stories that extend an obvious moral to pay attention to and ones that delve into psychological horror - almost all provide opportunity for social commentary. At various points the writing definitely reflects the time, the 1800's, an…
 
In this episode we talk about photography, how to get into photojournalism and how it works when you are both writing and taking photos for features. Joining us we have Craig Stennett an experienced photojournalist who specialises in political and social change and Nori Jemil, a freelance photographer, writer and videographer who has worked for Nat…
 
Se lancer en journalisme, surtout lorsqu'il est question de créer son propre média, cela veut également dire que l'on risque de ne pas atteindre ses objectifs. C'est ce qui est arrivé avec Planète F, un média en ligne spécialisé dans les enjeux touchant la famille. Pour le 69e épisode d'Entretiens journalistiques, Mariève Paradis revient sur cette …
 
Our guest this week on Coffee with a Journalist is Adrienne LaFrance, an executive editor at The Atlantic. She’s held numerous roles with the publication since 2014 and prior to that was an investigative reporter for several local news organizations. During the episode, Adrienne starts off by telling us about her role as executive editor, her thoug…
 
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