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Critical Media Studies

Michael Repici

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The Critical Media Studies podcast discusses the interplay of technology and culture from an academic perspective. In each episode we consider the work of a prominent thinker in the field of critical media studies and discuss the implications of their work in relation to other thinkers and in light of current social contexts.
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With their epic journey through six seasons of Community behind them, the Greendale Three soldier on through their true mission: to talk about every piece of pop culture ever created. From the Witcher to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy to selections by you--the listeners--we're hacking away at that mountain of #content week after week. Past and future home of PodCATS, HEDGEPod, and The StoneZone. Patreon: www.patreon.com/tvskevin Art by Jonah Steenbock
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MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Featuring a wide assortment of interviews and event archives, the MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing podcast features the best of our field's critical analysis, collaborative research, and design -- all across a variety of media arts, forms, and practices. You can learn more about us, including info about our faculty and academic programs and how to join us in person for events, at cmsw.mit.edu.
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SAGE Communication & Media Studies

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Communication & Media Studies. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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Cami Buckman (Class of 2018) is freelance video producer who has worked for The Los Angeles Times, a popular Youtube channel led by Johnny Harris, and now works in the world of documentary. Initially inspired by watching journalist Lisa Ling's investigative segments on "The Oprah Show" as a kid, Cami shares how studying journalism provided the foun…
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You know it by heart. And now it's time for the Babiez to recite it back to you as they discuss the movie that taught kids around the world about 70's movie endings: Monty Python and the Holy Grail.โดย TalkBackPodcasts
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In this episode Barry and Mike relate Evgeny Morozov’s 2013 New Yorker essay, “Only Disconnect” to their previous discussion of A. Romero’s meditation on boredom and distraction and the internet.โดย Michael Repici
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John Sasaki (Class of 1991) is Director of Communications for Oakland Unified School District, a job he took eight years ago, following 20 years as a reporter/anchor for KTVU-TV in the Bay Area. A psychology major, John shares a fortuitous conversation on campus with a friend that inspired him to pursue Broadcast Journalism, the internships where h…
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Whitney Bond (Class of 2014) is a recipe developer, food blogger, on-air culinary host, published cookbook author and social media influencer. Whitney shares the story of early cooking memories in her family, baking cookies to make friends at SDSU and becoming known as “the girl who cooks” in the dorms, and the steps of turning her food blog into a…
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In this episode Barry and Mike discuss “The Most Important Skill in the 21st Century,” Alberto Romero’s polemical defense of boredom in the media entertainment age. They discuss whether it’s possible to be bored today in the way that Romero seems to require.โดย Michael Repici
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Tina Sturdevant (Class of 2009) is the Talent Development Director at The Athletic, where she's part of a talent team that contributes to every aspect of the talent process for 400+ global newsroom employees, including external pipeline and recruiting, employee development and internal culture. Tina reflects on the dual career paths she was conside…
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TV's Kevin & Justin talked about their mutual obsession (the Apple TV+ original series For All Mankind) and the only way to hear it is over at www.patreon.com/tvskevin. Not even that immortal scamp John Lennon can stop you!โดย TalkBackPodcasts
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Dustin Winn (Class of 2014) is a seasoned Public Relations professional with more than 10 years of experience managing global video games and tech-driven PR campaigns. Dustin shares the story of how he took his passion for gaming and turned it into a career, which now includes being the co-founder of Ember PR. That wasn't Dustin's plan and it didn'…
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This month, you can call us Monkeez 4 Babiez cuz we're talking about the 1968 Bob Rafelson joint, Head! Hot off their hit all ages TV show, The Monkees are sick to hell of their jobs and burn up a bunch of movie studio money making a plotless movie about how much they hate their jobs, equates their fans with the bombing of Cambodia, and features mo…
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In this episode Barry and Mike return to the earlier discussion of Sherry Turkle’s “Alone Together” and question her conclusion regarding the human/robotic distinction in light of PKD’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”โดย Michael Repici
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Adriana Heldiz (Class of 2017) is the assistant visuals editor at CalMatters. She previously worked at The San Diego Union-Tribune and Voice of San Diego. A first-generation Mexican-American born and raised in Chula Vista, Adriana shares her story of starting as a Music major before finding a passion for Journalism. She reflects on the bonds she fo…
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In this episode Barry and Mike discuss Sherry Turkle’s “Alone Together” and her thesis, that though technology opens new possibilities for communication it simultaneously alienates us from each other, leaving us wanting for emotional connections. We wonder whether Turkle is right and whether authentic relationships are possible.…
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In this episode Barry and Mike resume their discussion of Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara and the Sun.” They discuss how differences in class and education determine how the various characters relation to Kara as an embodiment of technology.โดย Michael Repici
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Wendy Hovland started her career doing Communications in Public Affairs, before transitioning to her current job as a Voiceover Artist who specializes in corporate narration, eLearning, explainer videos, podcasts, commercials, event emcee, telephony and more. Recorded on location from the "That's Voiceover Expo" in Los Angeles, Wendy and host Josh …
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The Babiez begin a new holiday tradition by exchanging televised holiday specials with each other, for your listening pleasure and their viewing agony! This year's selections: Joe Pera Helps You Pick Out the Perfect Christmas Tree, Ziggy's Gift, and Rich Little's A Christmas Carol, featuring the wonderful talents of Joe Pera and animator Richard Wi…
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Change is good! Barry and Mike shift the focus of their discussions on technology to look more closely at what it means to be human in a technologically dominated world. This episode looks at Kazuo Ishiguro's novel, "Klara and the Sun" and investigates his questions about the spaces between humanity and technology.…
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Daesha Gear is the Editor in Chief of The Daily Aztec, a former digital intern at NBC 7, and set to gradate in the Spring of 2024. Daesha gives us a current student's perspective on the state of student journalism, how technology is changing how stories are covered, and the latest on SDSU's School of Journalism and Media Studies. Gear became the fi…
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Amber Salas (2017-21) joins the "Where Ya At?" podcast as she's closing out a two-year stint at KTIV in Sioux City, Iowa and just before she begins a new job with Austin-based FloSports. Amber details the challenges of attending college and getting internships during Covid, the 50-plus jobs she applied for and didn't get, the changes she made to he…
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In this episode Barry and Mike wrap up their discussion of Marshall McLuhan’s “The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects,” focusing on the question of education and media.โดย Michael Repici
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Carlos Delgado (1991-96) is a former TV news reporter who now works for Rady Childrens Hospital as an award-winning Bilingual Senior Media Relations and Public Information Officer. A proud Aztec, Delgado shares stories from his work as a reporter in numerous markets throughout California and how that experience helps in his current role. He details…
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The Moviez 4 Babiez Video Store Classics collection expands this week as Justin brings us the "technically a movie" Full Moon Entertainment joint, Pet Shop. Just what the fuck is going on here?Next month: The Christmas Russian Roulettewww.patreon.com/tvskevinโดย TalkBackPodcasts
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In this episode Barry and Mike discuss Marshal McLuhan’s seminal text, The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects. They discuss the form of the book and some of the key opening arguments.โดย Michael Repici
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Bella Ross (2016-20) is an Audience Engagement Editor at the San Diego Union-Tribune who also writes commentaries and sits on the paper's editorial board. As a student, Bella went from a freshman with a megaphone on campus leading protests, to a reporter who covered the biggest story of the year about the renaming of the human Aztec Warrior, and la…
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David Moye, affectionally called the Wizard of Weird, has made a career writing stories that are, well, weird. Moye once worked for a company that supplied weird news stories for wacky FM deejays and late night talk show hosts. For the last 12 years, he's written for HuffPost about weird news, dumb crimes and all things pop culture. Moye shares the…
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In this episode Barry and Mike discuss the three central issues raised by John Law in the introduction to his 1991 anthology, “Sociology of Monsters”: the problem of epistemology; the problem of the social; the problem of distribution. Law argues that the coming together of Sociology and STS (science, technology, society) offers an opportunity to a…
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Steven Luke is a 15-time Emmy Award winner who is currently the Morning News Anchor for NBC 7 in San Diego. He's a rarity in the news business, in that he got an internship at the station while a student at SDSU, left briefly for Bakersfield, then returned to the same station and has been there for over 20 years. Luke (1995-99) recalls why he atten…
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Ana Ceballos (2009-14) is an investigative journalist for the Miami Herald who focuses her coverage on education and immigration. Born in the United States, Ana grew up across the border in Tijuana, then moved into an apartment in San Diego with her brother while in high school to escape the violence in her hometown. She found writing to be therape…
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In this episode Barry and Mike discuss Denise Lu’s recent New York Times editorial, “Want to Enjoy Music More? Stop Streaming It. Build a real music collection. Reintroduce intimacy to the songs you care about.” They attempt to re-frame the article in CMS friendly terms and end up with an extended investigation of the nature of intimacy and the arc…
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Jamie Ballard (2013-17) is a freelance journalist based in New York City who primarily specializes in Data Journalism, lifestyle, pop and internet culture, shopping, travel and entertainment. Her byline has appeared in Good Housekeeping, Cosmo, People, Hollywood Reporter, YouGov and Woman's Day, among others. Jamie shares the story of moving to New…
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Vivian Huang (2011-14) is an Associate Strategy Director at Media.Monks, managing brand and media strategies, with emphasis on end-to-end organic and paid social, digital marketing, and influencer marketing. She explains what it means to be the child of immigrants who forged her own identity in a creative field and how that can inspire other AAPI p…
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On the occasions of their 50th episode, Barry and Mike get reflective. The discuss the purpose or intent of the show, their favorite episodes, what they’d do over, and the biggest surprises that they’ve encountered so far.โดย Michael Repici
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Chidozie Ononiwu (2009-13) spent five years at ESPN, advancing from a Production Assistant to being in charge of college football on ESPN2, and then becoming "the gatekeeper" for which sports documentaries are chosen for the "30 For 30" series. These days, he's a Content Producer creating Esports Features for The Riot Games. Chidozie tells the stor…
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Morgan Rubin (2012-14) is the Director of Communications for the NFL, where she ensures that diverse stories are told and helps to advance and amplify the league’s priorities in the social justice, DE&I, and social responsibility spaces. On this week's podcast, Morgan tells the story of dreaming about being another Olivia Pope (the fictional charac…
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***THIS IS AN ORIGINAL PODCAST -- NOT A RIPOFF OF ANOTHER, MORE POPULAR PODCAST***TV's Kevin & Vern went to a restaurant attached to the Harley-Davidson museum and simply had to talk about what that tasted like. Welcome to Fauxboys, a podcast that will happen only one time and this is that time!โดย TalkBackPodcasts
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In this episode Barry and Mike discussion John Law’s 1992 essay, “Notes on the Theory of the Actor Network: Ordering, Strategy, and Heterogeneity” and in particular Law’s concepts of network composition, punctualisation, and translation.โดย Michael Repici
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From the time she was 5 years old, Stefanie Cruz knew she wanted to become a television news reporter and that's exactly what she became. Upon graduating from San Diego State University, she mailed 300 VHS cassette tapes with her demo reel around the country, ultimately cold calling a TV station in Yuma, Ariz. and getting her start. Stefanie ascend…
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Ross von Metzke is the Senior Director of Communications and Public Relations for the "It Gets Better" Project, the world's number one LGBTQ+ storytelling initiative and one of the most successful non-profits to emerge on YouTube. On this week's "Where Ya At?" podcast, Ross details arriving at The Daily Aztec before starting as a freshman at San Di…
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Barry and Mike discuss Bruno Latour’s essay, “On Actor-Network Theory: A few clarifications.” They work through his key terms in an attempt to better understand the new meanings he ascribes to actors and networks and what this theory allows us to do with media theory.โดย Michael Repici
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Megan Burks is the lead producer at MPR News and an integral member of the National Headliner and two-time Edward R. Murrow award-winning team that covered the killing of George Floyd and the trial of Derek Chauvin. On this week's "Where Ya At?" podcast, Megan shares her story of an early interest in Journalism, how an interest in Sociology at San …
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