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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
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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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.
 
“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
 
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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 …
 
John Cook created Cranky Uncle to fight misinformation. He’s a scientist and reporting those complexities is not easy. Take climate change. How might journalists have covered climate change in a more nuanced way – without giving so much weight to a tiny contrarian minority? What lessons can be learned from the way media covered Covid-19 vaccines? F…
 
Why does the democratic establishment always avoid turning left, even when it might mean a political win? Gordon asks David Sirota. Sirota is behind the smash-hit Netflix movie Don’t Look Up! Even if you weren’t a fan of that movie this is worth a listen, because David is more than just a screenwriter. He’s a journalist who doesn’t limit his journa…
 
This Conversations with Data episode explores how journalists from CNN and the Financial Times are covering the Russia-Ukraine War. We explore how innovation can help cure war fatigue among audiences and journalists can leverage this moment to create new forms of data storytelling.Data Journalism .com által
 
In this episode of our podcast, we speak to members of our Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) on their experience participating in the network. In this episode of our podcast, we speak to members of our Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) on their experience participating in the network, what they have learned, how it has improved their …
 
Sean Williams is journalist based in Berlin. He's written for Harper's, GQ, The New Republic, and The New Yorker, among other places. He's also co-host of the Underworld podcast. In this episode, we talk about his recent Rolling Stone piece, "Guns, Rhymes, God, and Politics: Shyne’s Epic Fall and Rise," in which he profiles former rapper and curren…
 
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 …
 
While much of the journalism talk in Baltimore has been about the Banner, the Baltimore Beat returned as a biweekly print newspaper on Wednesday . Editor-in- Chief Lisa Snowden shares how the Beat plans to tell the stories of this majority Black city with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Jo…
 
What is the role of the press in a democracy? For nearly a century, scholars, media critics, and politicians have debated this question—in a large part thanks to Walter Lippmann. Lippmann’s 1922 book, Public Opinion, changed the conversation about how to educate voters and who should be able to vote at all. In this episode, University of British Co…
 
On this episode, Mark Simon is joined by Nicole Neroulias Gupte. Nicole is an editor with Global Press Journal, a news organization working with women around the world covering undercovered countries. She’s also the founder and executive editor of Trailing-Spouse (Trailing-Spouse.com), an online magazine and community that shares stories of expats,…
 
A journalists' job, in part, is to shine light into dark corners. But how can they be effective when increasingly readers don’t read beyond the headline, and headline writers are driven by clicks? How can journalists cover disinformation and avoid becoming vehicles for it? For our #FutureOfJournalism series, the AJF's Chair Peter Wilkinson talked t…
 
A special opportunity to hear from Sara Custer, editor of The Campus (Times Higher Education), about the role of journalism and reporting in higher education. Avi and Sara cover topics ranging from the role of media in increasing cross-institution collaboration and sharing during the pandemic to how universities can do a better job supporting their…
 
For the first time ever, the Pew Research Center asked journalists what they thought of their industry and how satisfied they were with the work they're doing. Senior researcher Jeff Gottfried shares all the details with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our w…
 
On today’s episode, we’re joined by James Queally, who covers courts, crime, and police for the Los Angeles Times. He previously had a similar job for the Newark Star-Ledger. James is the 2nd Pulitzer winner to join us (Ted Bridis is the other). He was part of a 2015 breaking news team that covered the San Bernadino terrorist attacks that won the P…
 
Internews has helped foster independent media organizations across the globe, including places like Afghanistan and the Ukraine. Jeanne Bourgault tells It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell how Internews is helping to create financially viable and sustainable media around the world. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism po…
 
On this episode, Mark Simon is joined by Javeria Salman, a digital news producer and staff writer at The Hechinger Report, which covers innovation and inequality in education. Her beat is the future of learning in kindergarten through 12th grade and her work is most often seen in a newsletter that comes out every 2 weeks. She’s based in New York Ci…
 
The digital revolution brought an end to the glory days of most print publications. However, journalism’s ability to reach larger audiences has never been better than now. How can legacy media rethink their role and attract younger readers who are less loyal to news brands? Is it time to redefine journalistic objectivity? Is using individual brands…
 
In this episode we look at findings from our DNR22 on the types of journalists that people across six countries pay most attention to. In this episode of our podcast we look at a chapter of the Digital News Report 2022 looking at which individual journalists news audiences pay most attention to. We’ll look at whether these journalists represent tra…
 
Sandro Gigauri tells It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell how Myth Detector identifies misinformation and works with Facebook to verify false stories and keep fake news from spreading. 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, Goo…
 
On the first episode on his new show, David Shanks aka Traum Diggs catches up with his friend Mickey Hess, writer, professor and former cohost of A Guest In The House podcast to discuss the transition from their previous podcast to David going solo. Host: David "Traum Diggs" Shanks Guest: Mickey Hess Producer: Anthony Sergi www.majorjournalism.com …
 
On this episode, Mark Simon is joined by Aneri Pattani. She’s a national correspondent for Kaiser Health News based in Raleigh, North Carolina. She has a VERY full resume – with internships, reporting, and radio producing work. She has won an award from INN for her news reporting. Aneri is also teaching an online class on responsible reporting of s…
 
In this episode we look at findings from our DNR22 on news audience polarisation in four countries and whether there's been a shift since 2016. In this episode of the series we'll discuss findings from a Digital News Report chapter focusing on polarisation in news. We’ll look at whether news audiences really are as polarised as some may think, whet…
 
It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell talks to Orato World Media CEO Pamela Say and Sam Yehia, the website's founder and publisher, about how Orato uses first-person journalism to report real stories from around the world. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen …
 
On this episode Mark Simon talked to to Jen Maxfield. Jen is a reporter and substitute anchor for WNBC TV in New York. She’s has spent nearly 20 years reporting in and around New York City. She’s also the author of More After the Break from Greenleaf Press (out July 12) – this book revisits news stories from Jen’s reporting past. It’s a book of sto…
 
Like many older metropolitan newspapers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution had a problem. After years of looking for readers in the suburbs, the paper found that its majority white audience failed to reflect the true diversity of Atlanta. Due to its role in civil rights history and the contributions of local artists, entertainers, and musicians, the…
 
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