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Code Switch
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.
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
It's All Journalism
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.
The Kicker
Columbia Journalism Review's mission is to encourage excellence in journalism in the service of a free society.
New Books in Journalism
Interview with Scholars of Journalism about their New Books
The Storyful Podcast
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:
J podcast
The 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.
International media
A weekly look at the problems and pleasures facing journalists around the world and the power and responsibilities of news media.
“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 Freelance Journalist 5 Minute Talkshow
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, ...
Media Report - Full program podcast
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.
How to Cover Money
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.
Pull Quotes: Ryerson Review of Journalism
A weekly podcast created by the current masthead at the Ryerson Review of Journalism
On Mic
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.
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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Graphic designer and illustrator David Plunkert joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss his view that designers are visual communicators who need to convey ideas and stories in a single piece of work and how it's the little...
A new report says that humanitarian groups working along the U.S. border with Mexico have documented the systematic destruction of thousands of jugs of water left for migrants trekking north through the desert — and that U.S. Border Patrol agents are to blame.
Untangling the Facebook mess by Columbia Journalism Review
Officials at a privately run Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in rural Georgia locked an immigrant detainee in solitary confinement last November as punishment for encouraging fellow detainees to stop working in a labor program that ICE says is strictly voluntary.
In 1999, thepolling agency Gallupset out todetermine the individuals Americans most admired in the 20th century. Mother Teresa came in first, with 49 percent of Americans putting her at the top; the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., ranked second, with 34 percent placing him on the same list. But, the polling agency would later write, “King was ...…
Florida prisonersare calling for a general strike to startthis week —marking the third mass action over the course of a year in protest of inhumane conditions in the state’s detention facilities. Detainees in at least eight prisons have declared their intention to stop all work on Monday —Martin Luther King Jr. Day — to demand an end to unpaid ...…
Our episode about multi-racial people and their search for identity struck a nerve. Now we're asking, "What other stories do you want to hear?"
Presidential elections have a context. Without the context, what I’m about to say will sound crazy. Elections happen in a particular time and place in history. They have actual people and personalities. And, as we all know, they have consequences and repercussions. If Donald J. Trump runs for re-election — which every single incumbent has done ...…
Project management skills can be helpful when translating expectations between people with different backgrounds
In Bad Rabbi And Other Strange But True Stories from the Yiddish Press (Stanford University Press, 2017), Eddy Portnoy, Academic Advisor and Exhibitions Curator at the YIVO Institute for Yiddish Research, delves into the archives of the Yiddish press…
Conversations with military spokespeople can be curt, even confrontational, but they are not supposed to go this way. “Nick, we’re not going to respond to any of your questions” Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Falvo, the head of U.S. Africa Command’s Public Affairs Branch, told me by phone last October. “We just don’t feel that we need to.” I asked if Falvo ...…
Nine months after pipeline opponents in Washington state staged a protest that blocked freeway traffic, Facebook ended a protracted legal standoff with a county prosecutor, turning over detailed records on the indigenous-led group behind the demonstration.
Leading Congressional Democrats have spent the last year relentlessly accusing Donald Trump of being controlled by or treasonously loyal to a hostile foreign power.
The insurance firm Aflac has exploited workers, manipulated its accounting, and deceived shareholders and customers, according to nine former employees. This article is based on interviews with multiple current and former employees, as well as three previously unreported lawsuits. The allegations contained in the lawsuits involve nearly every a ...…
Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
Have we all gone bonkers? On Sunday evening, #Oprah2020 began trending on social media after Oprah Winfrey delivered a rousing speech against misogyny and racism at the Golden Globe Awards. While Oprah has in the past ruled out running for public office, her longtime partner Stedman Graham just told the Los Angeles Times that “she would absolut ...…
Rosa Brooks is a columnist for Foreign Policy, a scholar at West Point's Modern War Institute and a professor of law at Georgetown University. She's also the author of a new book, "How Everything Became War, and the Military Became Everything." Brooks sat down with former Mother Jones editor and lecturer Deirdre English to talk about everything ...…
Reddit, Michael Wolff, and “media men” list by Columbia Journalism Review
On Saturday, a day after becoming aware of a massive store of rebuilding materials being held by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, the U.S. federal government — the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, along with their security detail — entered a Palo Seco warehouse owned by the public utility to claim ...…
Each episode of The Debrief saw journalists discuss their latest story, detailing how the reporting affected them
Erin Harper, a multimedia producer at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss how her journalism and newsroom skills are helping to tell important stories at one of D.C.'s most powerful institutions....
At 5 o’clock on the morning of November 13, more than 200 Haitian police officers raided the Grand Ravine area of Port-au-Prince. There was a series of loud explosions, followed by gunfire. For the next six hours, the commotion didn’t stop. The neighborhood was under siege. What had started as an anti-gang operation in a poor and largely forgot ...…
Yesterday afternoon, the official Twitter account of Brazil’s Federal Police (its FBI equivalent)posted an extraordinary announcement.The bureaucratically nonchalant tone it used belied its significance.
Representatives from Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, traveled to Cambridge, Iowa, in October to present a series of $20,000 checks to emergency management departments in six counties. The money was, in part, an acknowledgement of the months of anti-pipeline protests that had taxed local age ...…
On this weeks episode we hear the story of Shalon Irving, who passed away after giving birth to her daughter. Black women in the United States are 243 percent more likely than white women to die of pregnancy- or childbirth-related causes. There's evidence that shows this gap is caused by the "weathering" effects of racism.…
Five months after the deadliest human smuggling tragedy in more than a decade unfolded in his city, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus did something unusual: He opted to retain local control over a similar investigation, rather than hand the case off to his federal counterparts at Immigration and Customs Enforcement.…
Over the past week, tens of thousands of people in dozens of cities across Iran have braved bullets and tear gas in a public outpouring of dissent against the country’s ruling establishment. Videos of demonstrations shared on social media have shown protesters smashing government-owned banks, tearing down posters of government officials, and at ...…
On Wednesday afternoon, a court convened to hear the case of students at Fordham University who are suing the school for denying them the ability to form an official student club in December 2016. The petitioning students, Ahmad Awad, Sofia Dadap, Sapphira Lurie, and Julie Norris, who are represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights and ...…
When Hamilton Fish became publisher and editorial director of the New Republic in February 2016, he faced a gargantuan task in turning around the storied publication, which was reeling from a series of abrupt ownership changes and mass staff turnover. But first, some spring cleaning: getting rid of the magazine’s human resources staff and shelv ...…
The New York Times recently announced that A.G. Sulzberger, the 37-year-old son of its current publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr., will become the paper’s new publisher on January 1, 2018. News coverage of the changeover noted that Sulzberger became a reporter for the Times in 2009, led an internal 2014 study on how the Times needed to chang ...…
The Trump administration has either failed to complete or is keeping from the public more than half of the reports that President Donald Trump assigned to the administration through his early and prolific use of the executive order. Of the reports it did complete, many were turned in well past the assigned due date and only “complete” in the se ...…
Jason Fraley, entertainment editor at WTOP in Washington, D.C., and the co-host of the Capital Culture podcast joined It's All Journalism producer Michael O'Connell in studio to count down the top movies of 2017. The pair discuss...
In a culture of sound bites and memes, one conservative trope that has strangely stuck to liberals and Democrats is that of “coastal elites.” It’s a phrase frequently used by talking heads and Twitter bots alike to describe wealthy, aloof snobs who live on America’s East and West coasts — far away, in spirit and distance, from the real, land-lo ...…
Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
When Lawrence Mishel came to Washington during the height of the Reagan revolution, the options for a young leftist economist looking to make a difference were nearly non-existent. “The liberal position was represented by the Brookings Institution,” Mishel told The Intercept, “which at the time was very free trade uber alles, hostile to industr ...…
This week, Gene Demby talks with ESPN's Jemele Hill. The SportsCenter anchor discusses becoming a lightning rod in the culture wars and the flimsy partition between politics and sports. And we'll look ahead to a year of looking back: the 50th anniversaries of the tumultuous events of 1968.
In September of last year, we noted that Facebook representatives were meeting with the Israeli Government to determine which Facebook accounts of Palestinians should be deleted on the ground that they constitute “incitement.
Veteran CIA officer Cleveland Cram was nearing the end of his career in 1978, when his superiors in the agency’s directorate of operations handed him a sensitive assignment: Write a history of the agency’s Counterintelligence Staff. Cram, then 61, was well qualified for the task. He had a master’s and Ph.D. in European History from Harvard. He ...…
Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
Donald Trump made his formal entry into politics with the racism and xenophobia that would become a hallmark of his lightning-rod candidacy and, ultimately, his first year in the Oval Office. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” he said in his presidential announcement speech. “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing ...…
Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth was filling the tank of his cruiser at a gas station outside Houston, Texas, when he was ambushed and shot repeatedly in the back of the head by a man named Shannon Miles. Miles was quickly apprehended and charged with Goforth’s murder; there was little doubt that prosecutors would seek the death pe ...…
Fearless, Adversarial Journalism – Spoken Edition
Lenders to Puerto Rican homeowners have kicked foreclosures into high gear in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, skirting local and federal borrower protections.
The Environmental Protection Agency has tasked a banker who was banned from the banking industry for life with oversight of the nation’s Superfund program. In May, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation fined Oklahoma banker Albert Kelly $125,000. According to a consent order, which The Intercept obtained through FOIA, the FDIC had “reason t ...…
On this week's It's All Journalism, producers Amber Healy, Nicole Ogrysko and Michael O'Connell count down the 10 most downloaded podcasts of 2017. Digital innovation and entrepreneurship dominates the list, but what topics...
2017 was a year like no other for many working in the news industry. From increased tensions with North Korea, to Donald Trump taking office, to a string of deadly terror attacks, the last 12 months seemed more dramatic than many other years in recent memory. In this, the final podcast of the year, Storyful journalists and editors take a look b ...…
The skiffs arrived a few hours after sundown on September 18, a dark and moonless night in the Peruvian Amazon. They landed at several points along the broad Corrientes River, which flows south over the country’s densely forested border with Ecuador. Hundreds of indigenous Achuar men, women, and children, many carrying ceremonial spears, organi ...…
Maggie Wynne’s career as a foot-soldier in the anti-abortion movement began in Congress, where throughout much of the 1990s she was a staffer for the so-called Pro-Life Caucus. When George W. Bush took the White House, she moved to the Department of Health and Human Services to work in the office that connected Congress and the agency. A few ye ...…
In this episode: lessons learned post-Charlottesville, the Latinas who said "me, too" before it went viral, race-and-rep wins in pop-culture and some of this year's real-life losses. You'll yell, you'll cheer, you'll shed a tear.
The year in journalism by Columbia Journalism Review
Jennifer Brett, a multi-platform journalist and digital coach at the Atlanta Journal Constitution, talks with producer Michael O'Connell about how digital and real-time reporting can help refine a finished print article and how journalism...
We're answering your holiday race questions: Why do we still think of Santa as white? Are POCs responsible for calling-out the racism at holiday parties? How do you tell your black family you're a non-believer? And, can you resurrect a dead family tradition?
In this podcast episode, the team highlights its favourite stories from 2017
The popularity of "Cat Person" by Columbia Journalism Review
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