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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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It's All Journalism

AllJournalismPod LLC

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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.
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Award winning journalist and truth crusader John Ziegler is back. In "The Death Of Journalism" Zig examines the loss of integrity in the news media and rips apart the popularized narrative of some of the biggest headline making stories. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-death-of-journalism--5691723/support.
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The Journalism Salute is a journalism appreciation podcast. We interview working journalists about who they are and what they do. Our aim is to have diverse guests, thoughtful questions, and interesting conversation. If you're an aspiring journalist, you'll learn potential careers to pursue and tips to put to use. If you're an experienced journalist, you'll learn about like-minded members of your profession with notable stories to tell. And if you're not a journalist, we hope you'll garner o ...
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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?
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Cahuzac, Benalla, LuxLeaks... France Culture plonge dans les coulisses de grandes enquêtes contemporaines pour mettre au jour la réalité du travail des journalistes, loin des idées toutes faites. Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir des milliers d'autres podcasts.
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The Data Journalism Podcast

Alberto Cairo & Simon Rogers

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Hosts Alberto Cairo and Simon Rogers will explore the latest in data journalism. You will meet the world’s top data journalists - and you will find out how they do what they do. Subscribe to see how data is changing the world of journalism forever.
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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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Beige Journalism

Terrell Ray

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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.
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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.
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Journalism Matters

Dominic Ponsford

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A fortnightly podcast from Press Gazette in which leading journalists and figures from UK journalism provide an insider take on the industry. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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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.
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Jugaad Journalism

Jugaad Journalist

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Jugaad /dʒuːˈɡɑːd/ means 'hacks and innovation' in Hindi. This channel explores journalism hacks, and takes a critical look at the media. We're run by journalists, and we share what we've learned along the way.
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Jury selection in NYC heats up as Trump attorneys search for Clay Travis' fans, Joy Reid loves her some DEI, SCOTUS tackles what constitutes "disruption of an official proceeding", NPR CEO's old posts explain it all, King Gavin does it again, Caitlin's rookie deal draws ire and the president joins in, the real Katie Couric, a New Jersey high school…
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Elizabeth Shimek of the Campaign Legal Center explains how a law that 72 percent of Arizona voters voted for in 2022 brings transparency to the campaign finance process. Visit the It's All Journalism website to find out how to subscribe to our podcast and weekly email newsletter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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David Brickley (2007-09) is the owner and CEO of STN Digital, a Social First Marketing Agency. He's also the host of the "Business of Social" and "Entrepreneur Wrap" podcasts. Brickley tells the story of how the company's DNA traces back to creating a website hoping the Lakers would get NBA superstar Kevin Garnett, which became Lakers Nation, which…
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On this episode, we’re joined by Rebecca Worby. Rebecca is the editorial director for Reasons to Be Cheerful. Reasons to Be Cheerful is a non-profit website and newsletter founded by the musician and artist David Byrne. And it is what it says it is- reporting on news that should make you feel good. Many of these reasons to be cheerful come in the f…
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في عالم أصبحت فيه القضايا الإنسانية أكثر تعقيدا، كيف يمكن للصحفي أن ينمي قدرته على تحديد زوايا معالجة عميقة بتوظيف خلفيته في العلوم الاجتماعية؟ وماهي أبرز الأدوات التي يمكن أن يقترضها الصحفي من هذا الحقل وما حدود هذا التوظيف؟مقال سعيد الحاجيقراءة شيماء خضرإنتاج مجلة الصحافة - معهد الجزيرة للإعلامעל ידי ‎مجلة الصحافة Al Jazeera Journalism Review
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Executive Director Wesley Wright discusses the ReNews Project, which funds and/or provides professional assistance to revive dormant student newspapers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and at Hispanic-Serving Institutions. Visit the It's All Journalism website to find out how to subscribe to our podcast and weekly email newsletter. L…
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Māori journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand has become a vibrant industry, reporting through print, radio, television and the internet. Kia Hiwa Rā!: Māori Journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand (Huia Publishers, 2023) looks at the history of Māori journalism and the elements that make it what it is today. The author examines the way that news values comm…
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Iran attacks Israel, the Trump "hush money" trial starts, Zig's thoughts on The Masters and Tiger Woods, CBS and Catherine Herridge, WAPO's Montana smear campaign, a near miracle in California and the complete saga of Zig and O.J. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-death-of-journalism--5691723/support.…
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كيف تجاوزت منصات موجهة لمخيمات اللجوء الفلسطينية حالة الانقسام أو التجاهل في الإعلام اللبناني حول الحرب على غزة؟ وهل تشكل هذه المنصات بديلا للإعلام التقليدي في إبقاء القضية الفلسطينية حية لدى اللاجئين؟مقال أحمد الصباهيقراءة أسماء فرج اللهإنتاج مجلة الصحافة - معهد الجزيرة للإعلامעל ידי ‎مجلة الصحافة Al Jazeera Journalism Review
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Zigs last word on the eclipse and overblown coverage, Trump's stance on abortion, Michael Avenatti weighs in with an unexpected take regarding Trump hush money trial, so the Ashley Biden diary is real, the dumbest clip ever from "The View", a look at NPR's sausage making and a deep dive into the Lindbergh Kidnapping case. Become a supporter of this…
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Drew Lindsay, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Philanthropy, leads The Commons, a new vertical focusing on the issue of polarization along the lines of political ideology, gender, income, race, geography, culture, and religion.על ידי It's All Journalism
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Drew Lindsay, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Philanthropy, leads The Commons, a new vertical focusing on the issue of polarization along the lines of political ideology, gender, income, race, geography, culture, and religion. Visit the It's All Journalism website to find out how to subscribe to our podcast and weekly email newsletter. Learn mo…
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Will Fritz (2015-19) is a New York-based reporter who primarily covers extremism and LGBTQ+ stories for The American Independent. Consuming the news was a regular part of his childhood and he quickly found a home in Journalism and The Daily Aztec student newspaper. A former Editor In Chief, Will shares the background on some of his memorable storie…
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Zig's fed up with the media's idiotic eclipse coverage, America was captivated by the Women's NCAA Final Four and so was John - from calls you shouldn't make on the court to calls you shouldn't make during a press conference - this event inspired some unique Zig takes. Kamala gives a masterclass in women's bracketology, some big democrat names are …
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On this episode, we’re joined by Jay Boller. Jay is co-owner and editor of Racket. RacketMN.com is a writer-owned, reader-funded alternative journalism source for news, arts, and culture in Minneapolis. He has previously worked for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and City Pages. Racket was founded in August 2021. Jay talked about his journalism origin…
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the academic journal Journalism History, we're reaching into the vault to highlight five of the podcast's most popular episodes. In this episode, we revisit out most popular show, a reflection with prior guests on the central mission of our show: Why does journalism history matter? Show transcripts are available…
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the academic journal Journalism History, we're reaching into the vault to highlight five of the podcast's most popular episodes. In this episode, researcher Denise Hill provides an overdue spotlight on African-American public relations practitioners, including Ida B. Wells, Henry Lee Moon, Moss Kendrix and Inez …
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Zig is firmly back on the Caitlin Clark bandwagon after Clark lit up LSU scoring 41 points, LSU somehow missed the national anthem and Angel Reese played the victim in her post-game interview, LA Times apologizes to the "dirty debutants", the latest on the Utah women's team's clash with Idaho white supremacists, Scotland goes woke and JK Rowling le…
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Executive Director Wesley Wright discusses the ReNews Project, which funds and/or provides professional assistance to revive dormant student newspapers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and at Hispanic-Serving Institutions.על ידי It's All Journalism
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في عالم تنتشر فيه المعلومات المضلِّلة والأخبار الزائفة والانحيازات السياسية، يصبح التدوين الصوتي سلاحا قويا في معركة الحقيقة، ما يعزز من قدرة المجتمعات على فهم الواقع من منظور شخصي ومباشر. إنه ليس مجرد وسيلة للتوثيق، بل هو أيضا طريقة لإعادة صياغة السرديات وتمكين الأفراد من إيصال أصواتهم، في أوقات يكون فيها الصمت أو التجاهل مؤلما بشكل خاص.مقال عبيدة…
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the academic journal Journalism History, we're reaching into the vault to highlight five of the podcast's most popular episodes. In this episode, historian Bill Huntzicker, author of the book The Popular Press, 1833–1865, describes the forces that radically altered the journalism industry in New York and across …
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Lorena Nava Ruggero ('04, '11) is currently the Director of Communication for San Diego Foundation and the ultimate Aztec: a third-generation alumnus who earned her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from SDSU, then returned to campus to become a Lecturer, work in the university's Media Relations department, and as the Editor of New Media. Lorena shar…
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the academic journal Journalism History, we're reaching into the vault to highlight five of the podcast's most popular episodes. In this episode, historian Chris Daly discusses the career of William Randolph Hearst and we take a virtual tour of Hearst’s former home, Hearst Castle, in California. The transcript i…
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Trust in the media hits all-time lows in new Gallup study, the NY Times acknowledges fundamental shift in the value people place on school in post-Covid world, Bill Maher delivers epic anti-Covid rant and then can't help himself, DeSantis defeats Micky Mouse and the squatters, Lebron doesn't like his new neighbors, Zig's prediction about the Univer…
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On this episode, we’re joined by Itto Outini. Itto and her husband Mekiya run the website, The Datekeepers. This online platform operates under the idea that stories move mountains and that we need to see better stories about humanity and people overcoming extraordinary odds to make contributions to the world. I should note that Itto is blind. She …
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the academic journal Journalism History, we're reaching into the vault to highlight five of the podcast's most popular episodes. In this two-guest episode, researcher Tim Ziaukas focuses on the crisis communication history of Titanic while historian Ron Rodgers discusses his research, The Titanic, the Times, Che…
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Tragedy in Baltimore with 6 believed dead but it could have been so much worse, RFKJ chooses his running mate and it's not good news for tream Biden, Trump's selling bibles, the NFL bans hip drop tackles, Mrs Ziegler meets Fabio, Inmates take control of the NBC Asylum, "Shotime" doubles down, the NBA prop bet scandal, will their be a WAPO Kim Mulke…
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Maya Chupkov, media and democracy program manager at California Common Cause, discusses a recently passed resolution requiring government offices in San Francisco to spend at least half of their advertising and outreach budgets on community and ethnic media outlets.על ידי It's All Journalism
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Maya Chupkov, media and democracy program manager at California Common Cause, discusses a recently passed resolution requiring government offices in San Francisco to spend at least half of their advertising and outreach budgets on community and ethnic media outlets. Visit the It's All Journalism website to find out how to subscribe to our podcast a…
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Jon Gold (2002-07) is an award-winning features writer and columnist with two decades of full-time beat, features and columnist experience. He's hosted radio and TV shows, podcasts and YouTube videos. He's currently the Brand Editorial Manager for Collectors, and the Senior Editor for PSA Magazine & PSA Pop Culture. A staunch advocate for student j…
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ISIS-K terrorists kill 140 in Russian theater and Putin blames Ukraine, hundreds of illegal aliens crash through the southern border and the White House blames Texas, the clock ticks on Trump, a Sunday where Meet The Press and 60 Minutes show how far they've fallen, an interesting survey from Harvard, did "Shotime" bet on baseball, Fani says "the t…
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On this episode, we’re joined by Shi En Kim PHD. Kim (she goes by her last name) is a freelance science writer who was just awarded a Pulitzer Center fellowship to cover a health and science story in Brazil. Kim has written for many publications including Scientific American and National Geographic. She often covers new research and emerging trends…
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كشف تحليل بحثي صدر عن المركز البريطاني للرقابة على الإعلام (CfMM) عن أنماط من التحيز لصالح الرواية الإسرائيلية ترقى إلى حد التبني الأعمى لها، وهي نتيجة وصل إليها الباحث عبر النظر في عينة من أكثر من 25 ألف مقال وأكثر من 176 ألف مقطع مصور من 13 قناة تلفزيونية خلال الشهر الأول من الحرب فقط.مقال محمد زيدانقراءة شيماء خضر إنتاج مجلة الصحافة - معهد الجزي…
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Trump's done it again, he's supported a candidate through nomination in Ohio that probably can't win. Mr. Wonderful lets the state of NY know they've screwed up, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya sums it all up. Katanji loses her mind and Biden thinks she's brilliant. Was that Kate? Elon decides Don's a moron. Jason Whitlock and a rare testicle sighting and an …
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Jane Ferguson, a foreign correspondent for PBS NewsHour and contributor to The New Yorker, was recently named the inaugural winner of the Neal Conan Prize for Excellence in Journalism. She discusses how covering news in conflict areas has changed over the 20 years.על ידי It's All Journalism
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Jane Ferguson might have dreamed of working for the BBC or CNN as a young reporter, but she encourages young journalists to think beyond the headlines to find the places where their work can be “additive.” A foreign correspondent for PBS NewsHour and a contributor to the New Yorker, Ferguson was recently named the inaugural winner of the Neal Conan…
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