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It's All Journalism

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It's All Journalism

Federal News Network | Hubbard Radio

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It’s All Journalism is a weekly podcast about the changing state of digital media. Each episode you’ll hear working journalists talk about how they do their jobs. They also discuss the latest trends in journalism and how they impact our democratic society.
 
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
 
What is journalism? How can we make it better? What does "better" look like? We talk about some of these questions -- and answer them -- in our discussions with academics and professionals who've published recently in Journalism Practice. We focus on meanings of advancing digital technologies in journalism, social issues and conditions that journalists (need to) cover, and the future of the field. Articles featured in the episodes are temporarily made free access for citizens, journalists, s ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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Journalismus Y

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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?
 
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
 
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.
 
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Journalism/Works

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Journalism/Works

Newseum Institute

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“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.
 
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
 
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.
 
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.
 
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David is joined by Nnamdi Osuagwu of Strategic Generation and Manny V. of Mtllsm to discuss Web 3, Blockchain technology, crypto currency and the new world of digital finance and engagement. Host: David "Traum Diggs" Shanks Guest: Nnamdi Osuagwu, Manny V Producer: Anthony Sergi www.majorjournalism.com www.tpvtap.com https://techbehindfintech.com/ h…
 
Together, bestselling author Julia Scheeres and award-winning journalist Allison Gilbert have written Listen, World!: How the Intrepid Elsie Robinson Became America's Most-Read Woman (Seal Press, 2022), the first biography of Elsie Robinson, the most influential newspaper columnist you've never heard of. At thirty-five, Elsie Robinson feared she'd …
 
On this episode, Mark Simon is joined by Ben Welsh, the visiting senior data journalist at Stanford University who is working on the project, Big Local News. He’s also been a longtime data journalism editor at the Los Angeles Times. Ben talked about his journalism origin story, the different projects he’s worked on, how Big Local News is helping to…
 
Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, PodcastOne, Soundcloud, or Stitcher.द्वारा Michael O'Connell and Nicole Ogrysko
 
In this episode, we focus on two ways journalists are working as editors, from setting online visual agendas to dealing with user-influenced content. Gina M. Masullo in the School of Journalism and Media and Associate Director of the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin, in the U.S., talks through her coauthored piece in…
 
The Axios team have spearheaded 'smart brevity', but how does that apply to data journalism and data visualisation? Alberto and Simon chat with the team that makes it happen: Danielle Alberti, Jacque Schrag and Will Chase about how they work and what makes a project 'Axios'. You can check out the midterms project the team worked on with Google Tren…
 
From the New York Times to NPR, many major news organizations have strict policies about how reporters can conduct themselves in relation to the stories they cover. Journalists are discouraged from going to political events, advocating for causes related to the topics they cover, and publicly supporting candidates — all in the name of impartiality …
 
In Degrade and Destroy: The Inside Story of the War Against the Islamic State, from Barack Obama to Donald Trump (FSG, 2022), Wall Street Journal national security correspondent Michael R. Gordon reveals the strategy debates, diplomatic gambits, and military operations that shaped the struggle against the Islamic State. With extraordinary access to…
 
On this episode, we salute John Vitti. John is a man of many skills. He’s been a layout, copy, and online editor/multi-platform editor for the sports department of the Boston Globe for 23 years. He’s also a high school journalism teacher, an elementary school newspaper advisor, and the founder of a journalism program for kids, Headliners in Educati…
 
After 40 years as a broadcaster, Susan Murphy started VOSOT, a vocal coaching business to help broadcasters and journalists find their voice. Murphy talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about ways reporters can prepare for their next podcast, livestream or TV panel appearance. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalis…
 
A conversation about creativity. What inspires us and what internal and external forces have the potential to block us. Guest host is Randy "Diff" Tonge, writer, standup comedian and former manager of Traum Diggs. Host: David "Traum Diggs" Shanks Guest: Randy "Diff" Tonge Producer: Anthony Sergi www.majorjournalism.com www.tpvtap.com…
 
On this episode, we salute and interview Alexis Terrazas. He’s the editor in chief of El Tecolote (The Owl), a bilingual Latino newspaper that has served the San Francisco Bay Area Latino community since 1970. Prior to that, he wrote for Patch and the San Francisco Examiner. Alexis shared his journalism origin story, explained the types of stories …
 
Inspired by the reading and writing habits of citizens leading up to the French Revolution, The Writing Public: Participatory Knowledge Production in Enlightenment and Revolutionary France (Cornell UP, 2021) is a compelling addition to the long-running debate about the link between the Enlightenment and the political struggle that followed. Dr. Eli…
 
The Buffalo News, which has been providing news and information to Western New York since 1880, was looking for a way to connect with readers beyond the seven-day print newspaper. Brian Connolly and Geoff Nason recently wrote a case study for API's Better News initiative about how the newspaper leveraged its staff’s expertise on the city's NFL fran…
 
Scenes and sounds of conflict – from social media and online comments to news stories to the crisis of an airplane crash – may make for “good journalism” and set the scene for larger storytelling that journalism is known for. But what other social and cultural impacts do these kinds of stories and this kind of storytelling have? And what about the …
 
On today’s episode, we salute Katie Hawkins-Gaar. Katie is a freelance writer and the founder of Digital Women Leaders, a mentoring program for women and non-binary people working in news who are looking for advice from someone who understands their experience. It’s a free program with dozens of coaches available for a 30-minute session. Katie also…
 
Teresa Gorman talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how the Democracy Fund's Public Square program is building ecosystems to solve the problem of news deserts. It's also promoting equity by identifying funding for newsrooms that cover marginalized and overlooked communities. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journa…
 
David is joined by Neisha Himes, founder of G.R.O.W. Foundation, Inc. for a real and transparent discussion on domestic violence. Trigger warning: This episode speaks of abuse and other sensitive topics in detail. Host: David "Traum Diggs" Shanks Guest: Neisha "Beautiful Dizaster" Himes Producer: Anthony Sergi www.majorjournalism.com www.tpvtap.com…
 
Journalist, activist, popular historian, and public intellectual, Lerone Bennett Jr. left an indelible mark on twentieth-century American history and culture. Rooted in his role as senior editor of Ebony magazine, but stretching far beyond the boundaries of the Johnson Publishing headquarters in Chicago, Bennett’s work and activism positioned him a…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Ahmed Ahmed. Ahmed was named the Nevada Student Journalist of the Year – by the Journalism Education Association. He spent 3 years on the staff of the Southwest Shadow at Southwest Career and Technical Academy. And he’s now headed to the University of Chicago to study political science. Ahmed talked about his journa…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Anushka De. Anushka is a freshman from Cupertino California studying computer science at Stanford University. This past year, Anushka was named the Journalism Education Association Student Journalist of the Year and the National Scholastic Press Association’s Writer of the Year. Anushka talked about her initial fear…
 
Archie Tse is the Graphics Director at The New York Times. He has been at The Times since 1995, and he has pioneered graphics reporting, often in person - especially after 9/11, traveling to Iraq to cover the US invasion, and reporting on the capture of Saddam Hussein. He is even credited by some with being an early adopter of identifying Republica…
 
David Plotz, long-time host of Slate Magazine's Political Gabfest podcast, discusses how City Cast is making smart, daily, local news podcasts and newsletters to help their listeners become better and more curious citizens. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to o…
 
This Conversations with Data episode explores how journalists from Texty.ua, The Insider and OCCRP cover the Russia-Ukraine War with data. We also examine how data collection processes work for the humanitarian sector with ACAPS.org and what this means for reporting on the conflict.द्वारा Data Journalism .com
 
On this episode, we salute Erin Perry, the managing editor of Outlier Media. Outlier Media is a Detroit-based service journalism organization that identifies, reports, and delivers valuable information to empower residents to hold landlords, municipal government, and elected officials accountable for longstanding problems. They do this with text me…
 
Media outlets are experimenting with ways to attract younger audiences, as the under 35s snack instead of grazing on smartphones across their multiple networks for news. They also have the lowest trust in media, according to a Reuters Institute report. How can media gain the trust of younger audiences? How can they inspire loyalty? Is it true that …
 
Nuestra invitada de hoy, Diana Lucía Álvarez-Macías del Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, nos habla sobre cómo los periodistas de hoy aplican la investigación sociológica en sus reportajes. Esta entrevista, en español, se enfoca en su más reciente artículo en Journalism Practice. Este diálogo es también parte de un episodio más extenso, en …
 
Despite its digitization, journalism – hopefully – hasn’t lost its, what we will call, socialness. From covering issues related to #MeToo to navigating how to appear on and use social media to connecting audiences with the creation of content, this episode’s guests help us complicate and unpack the social roles of journalism in a digital age. Stine…
 
Carolina Public Press reporter Shelby Harris investigates how localities in North Carolina are spending American Rescue Plan Act funds on the latest episode of It's All Journalism. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, …
 
David is joined by Floyd "Uncle Flizzy" Simmons and William "Tre" Grady III to discuss the inherent fears and trauma of being a black man in America and how to rise above it. Host: David "Traum Diggs" Shanks Guests: Floyd "Uncle Flizzy" Simmons, William "Tre" Grady III Producer: Anthony Sergi www.majorjournalism.com www.tpvtap.com…
 
On this episode we’re joined by Mariel Padilla. Mariel is a general assignment reporter for The 19th. The 19th is an independent non-profit newsroom reporting on gender, politics, and policy. It’s name invokes the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. She’s been with them for 2 years after working for a year as a reporting fellow for …
 
Fernando Soto started Nuestro Estado to provide resources and information about hurricanes to Spanish-speaking residents in Charleston, S.C. As demand increased for this information, Soto, the website's CEO and publisher, faced a huge problem. How could Nuestro Estado scale up to meet the needs of its rapidly growing audience? Recently, Soto wrote …
 
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