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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 ...
 
Der Nachhaltigkeitspodcast mit Robin Jüngling und Ann-Sophie Henne, Gründer*in des journalistischen Instagram Kanals @nachhaltig.kritisch. Wir sprechen über unsere Recherchen, reflektieren unsere Arbeit und beantworten eure Fragen. Wichtig ist uns dabei der kritische Aspekt. Cover von: Annika Le Large - Ein podlabel Podcast
 
The Journalism Salute is a journalism appreciation podcast. We interview journalists about who they are and what they do. The goal is to show that journalism is a great profession, that journalists are not the enemy, and that there are many great careers an aspiring journalist can pursue. Our goal is to be diverse, thoughtful, and interesting. Find us at our website or on Twitter and e-mail us at journalismsalute@gmail.com
 
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Journalismus Y

Luca Ghiselli und Angelo Zehr

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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?
 
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.
 
Beige Journalism, bringing some common sense to the News. This Mini-Podcast gives a different perspective on current events from a black male from Brooklyn, NYC. All types of news, local (NY) and Global will be covered from a Raw, Real, and Realistic, yet funny point of view.
 
“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.
 
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.
 
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Hello, world! This is the Global Media & Communication podcast series. In this episode, our co-hosts Aswin Punathambekar and Jing Wang discusses the book Platforms and Cultural Production (2021) by Thomas Poell, David B. Nieborg, and Brooke Erin Duffy. You’ll hear about: How this collaborative project came about, given each of the authors has disti…
 
Zig sits down with Greg Kelly of Newsmax to try and figure out why he likes a Pro-Trump Christian without strong convictions about the US Covid response. Zig takes stock of Tom Brady, his accomplishments and whether he's worth the $375 Million Fox is going to pay him. We also get Zig's initial assessment of the projected Republican field for 2024.…
 
Alex Pan is one of the founders of Storipress, a new publishing platform that’s being billed as the alternative Wordpress that's designed for publications and media. Pan talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how Storipress is sort of the love child of Squarespace, Trello, Google Docs and Substack. Keep up with the latest news ab…
 
Amber Frankhuizen ('09, marketing) is the Founder/CEO and Chief Strategist of award-winning marketing agency AFMKTG, a company she started from an ironing board because she didn't have a desk yet. Recently named a Rising Aztec, she's mentored dozens of SDSU students in SDSU’s Aztec Mentorship Program both personally and through her company’s intern…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Erin O’Hare, the neighborhoods reporter for Charlottesville Tomorrow, a hyperlocal non-profit news website serving Charlottesville, Virginia (cvilletomorrow.org). Erin explained what a neighborhood reporter does in a city of about 45,000 people, everything from reporting on the changing demographics of neighborhoods…
 
Harry Enten (@forecasterenten on Twitter) is one of the most-high-profile data journalists in the world. He explains the numbers every day on CNN - whether it's election polling, sports or even his original passion: meterology, specifically snowstorms. "I definitely see myself as a storyteller," says Enten and he chats with Alberto and Simon about …
 
In this episode of our podcast we speak with the author of a report tracking the fundamental trends shaping journalism in the year ahead. From the rise of TikTok and uncertainty at Twitter, to the challenges of covering the climate crisis and dealing with news avoidance, and figuring out how to raise revenue and where to invest it, journalism faces…
 
The Oklahoman built a reputation as the state's newspaper of record by covering the Oklahoma City community for more than 100 years. However, with several changes in ownership in recent years leading to staff cuts and a decline in print readership, the paper's fortunes have reversed. Better News recently published a report written by The Oklahoman'…
 
For almost a year now, we have been absorbing news and information about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. There are a variety of different, or competing, narratives to explain and define what we understand about the origins of this conflict and the ongoing military successes and failures on the ground in Ukraine and in Russia. I had the chance to inte…
 
Media excitement fades as Monterey Park Massacre shooter is exposed, good to see Damar at the game - what happened to him anyway? Video of Pfizer CEO is hard to find, thank you Elon, more fun with self-proclaimed "elites" in Davos, Cali storms not caused by global warming, Cali storms caused by global warming, leaker avoids detection at SCOTUS, thi…
 
On this episode we’re joined by Margo Snipe. Margo is a reporter for Capital B (CapitalBNews.org) covering critical issues affecting the mental and physical health of Black Americans. Capital B is a non-profit newsroom serving both local and national Black audiences. Margo talked about Capital B’s mission and how she comes up with story ideas. She …
 
Anna Robertson, co-founder and chief content officer of The Cool Down, talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how the website is laser-focused on fighting pollution and filling the gaps that other news outlets leave out when covering climate. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our week…
 
In this episode we talk with New York Times Opinion Section Editor Peter Catapano, who has edited and published more than 1,000 pieces in The Times and worked with thinkers and writers such as Arthur Danto and E.O. Wilson. Our conversation explores the relationship between writer and editor and the important work Catapano did editing Oliver Sacks’ …
 
Twice winner of the Pulitzer Prize, firstly in 1969 for The Armies of the Night and again in 1980 for The Executioner's Song, Norman Mailer's life comes as close as is possible to being the Great American Novel: beyond reason, inexplicable, wonderfully grotesque and addictive.The Naked and the Dead was acclaimed not so much for its intrinsic qualit…
 
Davos Boondoggle, John Kerry and the Extra Terrestrials, Can Newsnation last? It's Fox New's fault, News Therapy, loudest voice wins, just keep the gig, truth has nothing to do with it, David Shuster talks with Zig, Steven Spielberg and the end of life on earth, masks on planes again? Leana Wen says multiply by .3 to get the right number, Dartmouth…
 
Way back when, it wasn’t uncommon for small towns to have their own newspapers, filled with the stories and goings-on that mattered to people who lived there. Peter Rice has recreated that concept for the digital age and thinks this is the way more news outlets should operate. “Local news should be like a friend you enjoy catching up with occasiona…
 
Listen to this interview of Laura Lindenfeld, Executive Director of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. We talk about how improvisation helps people communicate for real. Laura Lindenfeld : "I feel that communication as a field has often been thought of as communications, you know, more technical, less relational. But we at the Alan Ald…
 
Voices of the Race: Black Newspapers in Latin America, 1870-1960 (Cambridge University Press, 2022) offers English translations of more than one hundred articles published in Black newspapers in Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, and Uruguay from 1870 to 1960. Those publications were as important in Black community and intellectual life in Latin America as A…
 
On today’s show we’re joined by Amir Khafagy. Amir is a labor reporter for Documented – journalism created with and for immigrants and how policy affects their lives. He’s of Egyptian and Puerto Rican descent and grew up in a Muslim household. He’s with Documented as part of the Report for America Program. Amir talked about his working-class upbrin…
 
Die Älteren unter euch werden sich vielleicht noch erinnern. Früher war nicht nur Lametta, sondern auch mehr Gesumme und Gezwitscher. Wir befinden uns gerade mitten im 6. Massensterben der Erdgeschichte. Durch die Zerstörung von Lebensräumen, konventionelle Landwirtschaft und dem menschengemachten Klimawandel verschwinden immer mehr Tiere von diese…
 
The inaugural edition of the "Where Ya At?" podcast is a trailer, featuring Dr. Temple Northrup, the Director of the School of Journalism and Media Studies at San Diego State University. Dr. Northrup provides an update on the latest development at JMS, how alumni can get involved to give back to the department, and how to learn about upcoming event…
 
Zig interviews Mark Judge childhood friend of Brett Kavanaugh who was dragged into the Christine Blasey Ford mess, the end of MLK's dream, Golden Globe's surprise, the trojan horse that is Ethnic Studies, Prince Harry blames the media and I guess they won't be indicting Trump afterall.Autor: Workhouse Connect
 
The Hearst Newspapers recently finished a year-long national investigation of how schools across the U.S. routinely restrain students or keep them in seclusion. It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell talked to the team from the Times Union in Albany, New York about the investigation. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism po…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Raegan Miller. Raegan is a reporter for KRBD, a radio station in Ketchikan, Alaska. She covers Alaska Native and rural issues as part of the Report for America program. Raegan talked about making the transition from print to radio and covering stories in very small towns where she often gets recognized. She discusse…
 
The Oklahoman built a reputation as the state's newspaper of record by covering the Oklahoma City community for more than 100 years. However, with several changes in ownership in recent years leading to staff cuts and a decline in print readership, the paper's fortunes have reversed. Better News recently published a report written by The Oklahoman'…
 
As the U.S. marks the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, It’s All Journalism is reposting our 2022 interview with Tia Mitchell, the Washington correspondent for The Atlanta Journal Constitution. On Jan. 6, 2021, Tia was in the U.S. Capitol, expecting to cover the actions of several Georgia lawmakers who said they planned to challenge th…
 
As the U.S. marks the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, It's All Journalism is reposting our 2022 interview with Tia Mitchell, the Washington correspondent for The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Tia was in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, when it was being stormed by supporters of former President Donald Trump. Keep up with the latest …
 
Alain Stephens is the western correspondent for The Trace, an online newsroom that investigates gun violence in America. He’s been with them for nearly 4 years. He is based in San Diego. Alain has a background in law enforcement, military, and sociology – not your typical journalism path. He’s a graduate of the University of North Texas who served …
 
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