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Code Switch
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Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
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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It's All Journalism
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It's All Journalism is a weekly podcast about the changing state of digital media. Producers Michael O'Connell and Nicole Ogrysko interview working journalists about how they do their jobs. They also discuss the latest trends in journalism and how they impact our democratic society.
 
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New Books in Journalism
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Interview with Scholars of Journalism about their New Books
 
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Journalism.co.uk podcast
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The Journalism.co.uk editorial team brings you a weekly look at some of the latest innovations in digital journalism, and speaks to industry experts on how newsrooms are approaching key challenges and opportunities in the industry.
 
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The Kicker
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Columbia Journalism Review's mission is to encourage excellence in journalism in the service of a free society.
 
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The Storyful Podcast
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Welcome to The Storyful Podcast. In this series, we hope to address the issues around journalism and news coverage in the 21st century.Storyful is a global news agency, verifying UGC news and trending video for media clients 24/7.For more information, contact: blog@storyful.com
 
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International media
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A weekly look at the problems and pleasures facing journalists around the world and the power and responsibilities of news media.
 
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Journalism/Works
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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.
 
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Fourth Estate
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Every week, we discuss how the media has covered the news and analyse issues affecting the industry with some of the biggest names in journalism in Australia and around the world. Broadcast live on Sydney's 2SER 107.3FM. Executive producer: Olivia Rosenman
 
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Media Report - Full program podcast
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Complete episode: In a media-saturated world, ABC Radio National's Media Report makes sense of it all. Richard Aedy talks to the key players, examines contemporary journalism and charts the enormous changes of the digital age. Published every Friday.
 
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The Freelance Journalist 5 Minute Talkshow
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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, ...
 
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How to Cover Money
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The “How to Cover Money” podcast series, produced by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism, is designed specifically for journalists who want to cover business better on their beats.
 
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Ryerson Review of Journalism
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A weekly podcast created by the current masthead at the Ryerson Review of Journalism
 
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Jerdcast
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JerdCast is a podcast produced by high school journalism teachers, FOR high school journalism teachers. We talk about innovative ideas for the classroom, topics that teachers are discussing, news items that affect our classrooms, etc.
 
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On Mic
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The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism is a graduate professional school on the campus of University of California, Berkeley. It is among the top graduate journalism schools in the United States."On Mic" presents events of interest recorded live at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. From authors and photographers to scientists and visionaries, the Podcast brings thought leaders from around the globe to your ear buds.
 
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Hillary Clinton has every right to be infuriated by the performance of the press during the 2016 election. In her new book “What Happened,” Clinton mainly indicts television news for abandoning coverage of any actual public policy issues in favor of its berserk obsession with her use of a private email server.…
 
On a special episode of The Kicker, we present clips from a panel CJR convened this week in Charlottesville, Virginia. Titled “Race, Racism, and the News,” the event featured several journalists with personal ties to the Charlottesville area, and touched on issues of language, representation, and white supremacy. Associate Editor Brendan Fitzge ...…
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
When white nationalist Richard Spencer coined the term “alt-right” nearly a decade ago, his movement was marginal, impotent, and striving for respectability. The phrase was a useful euphemism for his genocidal ideology,a palatable alternative to “the Ku Klux Klan” or “the American Nazi Party” to go with his suit, tie, and military undercut.…
 
The last-ditch Senate Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has zeroed in on a single target: Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who cast one of three decisive no votes in July. Her colleagues Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Susan Collins of Maine have been written off as no votes by the bill’s backers.…
 
For anyone who’s been following the fate of the United States’ involvement in the Paris agreement, the main question surrounding it recently has been pretty clear: Will he or won’t he? Conflicting reports over the weekend — sparked bya vague Wall Street Journal story on Saturday — alleged that the Trump administration was reconsidering its June ...…
 
On January 17, 2016, Sadat Ibrahim, a gay man from Accra, Ghana, arrived at the San Ysidro U.S. border checkpoint between San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Mexico, pleading for help. He asked for asylum, telling immigration officials that he had fled home after he was ambushed and attacked by an anti-gay group. Homosexuality is illegal in Gha ...…
 
The United States has come under increasing scrutiny for what seems like unconditional support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition waging a brutal air war in Yemen. One of the key measures of that support has been refueling operations: U.S. tankers fill up planes from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and other coalition members, which go ...…
 
The refugees have just been pulled from the waters of the central Mediterranean when Italian coast guard investigators pick out a handful of them for questioning. As the rescue ship steams towards Sicily, the chosen refugees are taken aside and interviewed, returning after about an hour now labeled with a plastic wristband. Some say “witness,” ...…
 
Jack Stewart, reporter at the publisher, explains what his job entails, and why coverage of the sport is so crucial
 
The history of cannabis in the U.S. ― and its criminalization ― is deeply interwoven with race. As the legal cannabis market gains traction, people of color who were targeted by the drug war could be left out of the green rush.
 
In internal memos, U.S. embassies in Jordan and Ethiopia detailed how refugees there were “devastated” by January’s executive order barring travel from predominately Muslim countries. The memos back to State Department headquarters tell of the desperation of asylum seekers who had their hopes of getting into the United States dashed by the orde ...…
 
Journalists Kelvin Lewis in Sierra Leone and Linus Kaikai in Kenya discuss how best to navigate the murky waters of ethnic politics, especially when reporting on elections. They found out that even though their countries were on opposite sides of the continent, they shared the same concerns over how political blocs play on ethnicity to win vote ...…
 
It’s not uncommon for residents of America’s most heavily policed neighborhoods to describe their local cops as “an occupying force.”Judging by where many U.S. police forces get their training, the description seems apt. Thousands of American law enforcement officers frequently travel for training to one of the few countries where policing and ...…
 
On the latest episode of The Kicker, Pete talks to retired marine sergeant Thomas Brennan and veteran conflict photographer Finbarr O’Reilly, who have written a joint memoir, Shooting Ghosts, about their time in Afghanistan and their struggles to deal with what they experienced there. Then, Pete, Meg, and Karen discuss the White House’s call fo ...…
 
To pitchher book, Hillary Clinton is sitting down this week for a series of media interviews, mostly with supportiveTV personalitiessuch as Rachel Maddow,todiscuss her views of “what happened,” the book’s title.
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
“A warm friendship connects the Ethiopian and American people,” U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced earlier this year. “We remain committed to working with Ethiopia to foster liberty, democracy, economic growth, protection of human rights, and the rule of law.” Indeed, the website for the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia is marked by press ...…
 
Are high school journalism programs joining in on the digital revolution? You should be! Iowa City High School's Jon Rogers and I talk about the ways we're going "all in" on digital.
 
NSA agents successfully targeted “the entire business chain” connecting foreign cafes to the internet, bragged about an “all-out effort” to spy on liberated Iraq, and began systematically trying to break into virtual private networks, according to a set of internal agency news reports dating to the first half of 2005.…
 
We sat down with two important personalities in the Australian podcasting world - Michael Mason, ABC Director of Radio, and Rob Loewenthal the founder of the podcasting platform Whooshkaa. The ABC has a new $1 million fund just for podcasts and Whooshkaa is working on new technologies including personalised podcasts. Hosted by Olivia Rosenman.…
 
As Hurricane Irma,one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic, bears down on South Florida, the state is bracing for the worst. “We can rebuild your home, but we cannot rebuild your life,” Republican Gov.Rick Scott said Wednesday. Mandatory evacuations are in place in a number of Florida communities. The state is preparing for ext ...…
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
Lastweek, after what must have been a series of extremely grim meetings in Menlo Park, Facebook admittedpublicly that part of its revenue includes what appears to be politically-motivated fraud undertaken by a shady Russian company. The social network, perhaps motivated by a Washington Post scoop on the matter, released a statement outlining th ...…
 
The publisher has used video, animation and computer-generated imagery to produce multiple VR projects since April 2016
 
On this week's episode we talk about why certain communities are more vulnerable to catastrophic weather events like hurricanes and heat waves. Saying "mother nature doesn't discriminate," ignores the fact that discrimination exacerbates her wrath.
 
Vultures circling the wreckage of Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Irma are closing in on a long-sought prize: the privatizing of the island’s electric utility. Puerto Rico avoided the very worst of the storm, which darted just north of the U.S. territory. But it didn’t escape unscathed. Following a request from Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló, th ...…
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
In a speech last week at the American Enterprise Institute, a neoconservative think tank in Washington, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said President Donald Trump “has grounds” to decertify the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, if he so chooses.
 
The news from the natural world these days is mostly about water, and understandably so. We hear about the record-setting amounts of water that Hurricane Harvey dumped on Houston and other Gulf cities and towns, mixing with petrochemicals to pollute and poison on an unfathomable scale. We hear too about the epic floods that have displaced hundr ...…
 
The Mexican government’s story goes like this: On the night of September 26, 2014, roughly 100 students from Ayotzinapa, a rural teaching college, clashed with municipal police in the city of Iguala, in the southern state of Guerrero. Rocks were thrown, shots were fired, and 43 students were snatched up by the authorities and handed over to a l ...…
 
In this week’s International Media, we go to India, where activists, politicians and journalists demanded a full investigation into the murder of Gauri Lankesh, a newspaper editor and outspoken critic of the ruling Hindu nationalist party whose death has sparked an outpouring of anger. Meanwhile in Cambodia one of the country’s last independent ...…
 
A federal judge in Austin issued a temporary restraining order last week blocking Texas from enforcing a new law that would in effect ban second-trimester abortions in the state. “The state cannot pursue its interests in a way that denies a woman her constitutionally protected right to terminate a pregnancy before the fetus is viable,” District ...…
 
On the latest episode of The Kicker, Meg talks to John Pope, an award-winning journalist known for his Hurricane Katrina coverage, about how newsrooms can prepare for disaster, including what to do before, during, and after the storm hits. Then, new CJR Delacorte Fellow Karen K. Ho joins Meg and Pete to discuss how newsrooms like Univision are ...…
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
Chat logs obtained from message boards used by neo-Nazis and other far-right groups show a concerted effort to compile private information on leftist enemies and circulate the data to encourage harassment or violence. The messages were obtained by an anonymous source, who infiltrated and gained the trust of white nationalists and other right wi ...…
 
Andrew Beaujon, a senior editor at the Washingtonian, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss the challenges shared by the alt press and their major publication brethren and how alts can use the lack of a daily deadline to write...
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
People have different reasons for getting involved in public service. For some, it’s an ephemeral pull that manifested as early as a race for 4th grade class president. For others, it’s to serve the poor and the voiceless. Some come at it on behalf of tax cuts or a small government mindset, some with a patriotic bent, determined to defend the c ...…
 
Jenn White, host of the recent podcast Making Oprah and anchor on WBEZ Chicago, stopped by the 2SER studio to talk podcasts, public media and the future of on-demand audio. Hosted by Olivia Rosenman
 
The newfoundfree speechcrusaders borne ofthe January, 2015 murders of 10 Charlie Hebdo cartoonists in Paris sought to promulgate a new, and quite dangerous, standard. It was no longer enough to defend someone’sright to express their ideas while being free to condemn those ideas themselves: long the centraltenet of the free speech movement (I de ...…
 
Former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was a major player in a transnational operation that was both pioneering and innovating during its time, according to court documents and interviews with key figures.This decades-old scheme may fit the same pattern investigators are probing when it comes to the Russian government’s influence on ...…
 
How do you get black people to buy cigarettes made for cowboys and antebellum-style beer? Turns out, you don't. On this episode: Tom Burrell, who transformed the ad industry with a simple motto, "Black people are not dark-skinned white people."
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
The most alarming aspect of North Korea’s latest nuclear test, and the larger standoff with the U.S., is how little is known about how North Korea truly functions. For 65 years it’s been sealed off from the rest of the world to a degree hard to comprehend, especially at a time when people in Buenos Aires need just one click to share cat videos ...…
 
This podcast takes a look at the proposed changes and NewsNow's concerns
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
Berlin Boyd,chairperson of the Memphis City Council, was seated at the head of a conference table at Memphis City Hall when he held upa pair of local newspaper ads published in the 1850s. “N.B. Forrest, Dealer in Slaves, has just received from North Carolina twenty-five likely young negroes, to which he desires to call the attention of purchase ...…
 
Thanks to the smart phone and social media, video recorded by eyewitnesses has become a central aspect to news reporting. Video posted on social of a newsworthy event will inevitably draw a slew of use requests from individual reporters and media organizations. On the one hand, it's good to see media engaging with sources; on the other, a mass ...…
 
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Sarahah, a new app that lets people sign up to receive anonymized, candid messages, has been surging in popularity; somewhere north of 18 million people are estimated to have downloaded it from Apple and Google’s online stores, making it the number three most downloaded free software title for iPhones and iPads. Sarahah bills itself as a way to ...…
 
The rains were going to come eventually. It was only a matter of when, and how bad. With flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey still inundating Houston — exactinga toll of 31 deaths and incalculable damage so far — the city is left asking what could have been done to prevent the extent of the catastrophe, or at least diminish its effects. One of ...…
 
On the latest episode of The Kicker, Meg talks to the Dart Center’s Bruce Shapiro about the media’s coverage of Hurricane Harvey. Then we discuss harmful narratives in disaster reporting, the question of when journalists should or shouldn’t intervene, and the latest hiccup on the New York Times editorial page.…
 
Controversy eruptedon April 14 over the New York Times’ hiring of neoconservative climate-skeptic and anti-Arab polemicist Bret Stephens as the paper’s newest Op-Ed page columnist, hired away from the Wall Street Journal’s right-wing op-ed page.
 
Broadcast from the Walkley's 2017 Storyology conference, host Olivia Rosenman spoke with a panel of four of the world's top investigative journalists about how they decide which topics to pursue and whether the end always has to justify the means in an era where resources are tight and investigative reporting is expensive. With Aaron Glantz, se ...…
 
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Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
 
On June 6, the U.S-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announced the beginningof amilitary campaign to liberatethe northern Syrian city of Raqqafrom theIslamic State. In an interviewat the time, the commander of the force, which is known as SDF, highlighted the critical role that the U.S.-led anti-ISIS Coalition would play in the fight to take back ...…
 
Peter Adams, senior vice president for education programs at The News Literacy Project, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss the tools educators and news consumers alike can use to distinguish credible news and reliable sources...
 
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In the decade-plus since Katrina, Houston has been debating what it needs in order to protect itself from a catastrophic weather event. While that conversation has gone on, the city did what most cities do, carried on business as usual, constructing more than 7,000 residential buildings directly in Harris County’s FEMA-designated flood plain si ...…
 
36 Questions, produced by podcast studio Two-Up, uses song and lyrics to tell the story of a married couple
 
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