Conversations with Dr. Bob Stewart, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University. Dr. Stewart interviews faculty, students and alumni about their experience during the COVID-19 crisis.
Students from the Ohio University High School Journalism Workshop tell stories and give opinions on issues facing our modern world.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee Podcast takes you inside a cherished American tradition, the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Your guide to this world of words is Paul Loeffler, former Spelling Bee contestant and current ESPN spelling commentator. He'll take you behind the scenes of the Spelling Bee and speak with authors, celebrities and some of the young spellers in the spotlight.
Episode 31 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool grad Anne Saker (@enquirer and http://cincinnati.com). She writes about epidemics and pandemics. @apsaker Music: funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 1 of @profstewartrk’s #ScrippsTalks podcast features director-designate of the @scrippsjschool, Dr. D (@eDashiell), who took time from her (Happy!) Sunday afternoon to talk about how she’s getting ready to resume the semester.
Episode 30 of #ScrippsTalks features recent @scrippsjschool grad @Ben_Schwartz24, who currently anchors @wcpo’s Statehouse coverage featuring the “Ben Asks a Question” segment. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 29 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool grad and @NBCNews producer Katie Primm @katiegp. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 28 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool instructor (and 1981 alumnus) @ChuckBorghese. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, (http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 27 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool senior and @thepost editor Ellen Wagner, who explains how the paper has continued to cover news during COVID-19. @ewager19 Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, (http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 26 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool faculty member @Jatin_OU Srivastava, who talks about the particular challenges faced by graduate students during COVID-19. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, (http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 25 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool graduate and Oregon Public Broadcast digital producer Bradley Parks. @Bradley_W_Parks @OPB Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 24 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool alumna Mallorie Sullivan, an “audience engagement producer” for @dallasnews and an all-around dog person. @malloriesullivn Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 23 of #ScrippsTalks features former @scrippsjschool grad student David Lee, currently covering COVID-19 in South Korea. @davddalee Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 22 of #ScrippsTalks features former @scrippsjschool faculty member Justice Hill sharing about his COVID-19 ordeal and recovery. @jbernardh
Episode 21 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool rising senior and @ThreadMag EiC #HannahPridemore. She’s also an essential employee at a seniors facility in her hometown. @hpridemore_
Episode 20 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool’s Morgan Beard, who talks about being a Wilhelm intern — and stranded in Tunisia — during the CV-19 outbreak. Listen to the podcast to find out if he made it back @morgancbeard.
Episode 19 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool prof Mary Rogus, answering questions about online teaching, scholarships/awards and quarantining with her dog, Frankie. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io). @MTRogus
Episode 18 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool alumnus Sagar Atre (MSJ ‘12), a Program Manager for @IndiaHealthFund based in New Delhi. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io). @sratre
Episode 17 of #ScrippsTalks features Children’s Hospital’s Scott Milburn, a ‘91 @scrippsjschool alum. He’s held state and Federal roles and now serves on our board. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io). @nationwidekids
Episode 16 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool grad @mariagallucci, who compares graduating right before the financial crisis with what seniors are facing with CV-19. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 15 of #ScrippsTalks features @MPRnews reporter and @scrippsjschool alumna @HannahMYang (BSJ ‘14), who talks about covering CV-19 as an Asian American journalist. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
In episode 14 of #ScrippsTalks, @scrippsjschool sophomore @SarahEDon talks about how she and her classmates at @TheNewPolitical are working through the changes necessitated by CV-19. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 13 of #ScrippsTalks features two @scrippsjschool @ohiou students — @zanoviacriss and @_abbyneff. In the podcast, they talk about changes brought on by COVID-19. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 12 of #ScrippsTalks features @scrippsjschool alumna (+”OU mom” +BoT member) Eileen Sheil @emsheil talking about her company, which manufactures ventilators. Music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 11 of #ScrippsTalks features long-time @scrippsjschool friend @ChipMahaney and talent recruiter for @EWScrippsCo. In the podcast, Chip tells soon-to-graduate seniors how to use this time to continue getting ready for the job market.
Episode 10 of #ScrippsTalks features Jersey native and 2019 @scrippsjschool grad @StevenEHernanP, a Cleveland-based MMJ reporter. In the podcast, Steven talks about working as a bilingual journalist.
Episode 9 of #ScrippsTalks features @CatHofacker, a ‘19 @scrippsjschool grad who covers the aerospace industry. The podcast explains how COVID-19 impacts airlines/commercial space companies and her own company.
Episode 8 of #ScrippsTalks features science reporter and @scrippsjschool alumna @amynordrum. Read her recent article about experimental treatments in China for COVID-19: https://bit.ly/3amJHXd.
Episode 7 of #ScrippsTalks features Moscow-based AP correspondent and @scrippsjschool alumnus Jim Heintz @jeheintz. Read his story about why 2 women suspected of having COVID-19 tried to flee from hospitals. https://bit.ly/2Uo6GeN
Episode 6 of #ScrippsTalks features Ohio State science writer (and @scrippsjschool alumnus) Jeff Grabmeier @jgrabmeier talking about covering COVID19. (music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 5 of #ScrippsTalks features @danielleRose84, based in Cambodia (e.g., https://vodenglish.news/very-lonely-muslims-face-discrimination-as-virus-cases-rise…). (music: “funkorama” by Kevin Macleod, http://filmmusic.io).
Episode 4 of #ScrippsTalks features @Colebehr_report from @thenewpolitical @DispatchAlerts.
Episode 3 of #ScrippsTalks features @AnneinParis (MSJ ‘76) from Paris, France. Read her new blog at http://anneswardson.wordpress.com.
Episode 2 of my podcast features @condormorris and @TheAthensNEWS editor Terry Smith, both alums of @scrippsjschool. In the interview, they talk about how the paper is covering Athens during the time of COVID-19.
Zubeyda Muridi and Lukas Moore talk about life, love, and happiness. And most importantly answering the question: Are athletes capable of love?
This episode was produced and recorded by Julia Weber as a part of the Ohio University Scripps College High School Journalism Workshop. The focus of this episode is to explore the evolution of media in the wake of movements such as the #metoo and #timesup movements.
Naj was brave enough to talk about a sensitive topic that hit home. Listen to this podcast and take it all in. Reach out to that one athlete on your team, or the one you know, and ask him or her genuinely if he or she wants to come by and vent or ask them how they are. Just remember ALL LIVES MATTER, lets be a helping hand to ALL.…
Kyle Schwieger sits down with Power 105 sports reporter, Lukas Moore, to discuss the future of Ohio University's Men's Basketball team.
In cases like Jeffrey Epstein & R.Kelly can money buy powerful people their freedom? In this podcast Liam McCamish talks about Social Medias impact on social cases like Jeffrey Esptein's.
Another Scripps National Spelling Bee is in the books, and remarkably, our ‘Pair of Aces’ featured in Episode 9 each walked away with their own trophy. Vanya Shivashankar took her prize on the word “scherenschnitte” and under pressure, Gokul Venkatachalam spelled “nunatak” like a true all-star.On today’s show, we revisit this year’s exciting final …
For spelling fans, #BeeWeek is the most wonderful time of the year. The Scripps National Spelling Bee is the yearly pinnacle of linguistic competition, and this podcast is your home for all the excitement.On today’s program, we’ll cut right to the chase and feature two of the top spellers in this year’s competition. First up, Vanya Shivashankar, yo…
Spelling fans, rejoice, for our long winter is over and #BeeWeek is finally here! On this episode of the Scripps National Spelling Bee Podcast, we have a truly exemplary guest from the highest chamber of our country’s legislature. US Senator from New Jersey Cory Booker takes time out of his busy schedule to offer encouragement to our young competit…
Almost ninety spellers have etched themselves into history by winning the Scripps National Spelling Bee, and still more are remembered for inadvertently starring in ‘viral’ moments that spread to the wider culture. And then, there is the young man who did both: Sameer Mishra.In 2008, a thirteen-year-old Mishra stepped to the microphone in anticipat…
Here on the Scripps National Spelling Bee Podcast, we’re gearing up for Bee Week with current competitors, past champions and other masters of the English language. Today, we visit with Amber Born, a young speller who has competed four times at the National Bee in Washington, earning a top-4 finish in 2013.Once she aged out of spelling competition,…
When you’re watching the Scripps National Spelling Bee, pay close attention to the competitors, because if today’s podcast guest is any indication, you’re observing some of the brightest young minds in the country. Since winning the Bee in 2007, Evan O’Dorney has been on quite a roll. As a 9th grader, he began taking college math classes at UC Berk…
Each May, the Scripps National Spelling Bee lines up shoulder-to-shoulder with the NBA and Major League Baseball on ESPN. For this special week, the world of sports throws a burly arm around the spelling bee and marvels at our young spellers’ performance under pressure. Today on the Scripps National Spelling Bee podcast, we’re returning the favor b…
Sophia Hoffman was just 11 years old when she competed in last year’s Jackson-Clay County spelling bee. She had spelled her way past all her competitors but one, seventh grader Kush Sharma. The showdown between the two would be a fateful one, and not for the faint of heart. These two mental gladiators both spelled without error for sixty-six rounds…
What’s a four-letter word for “anticipatory excitement?”Buzz!That is certainly the word on our minds as #BeeWeek and the Scripps National Spelling Bee draws ever closer. On this special series of podcasts, our host Paul Loeffler offers his unique perspective from both sides of the bright lights of the finals. A contestant himself at age 13, Loeffle…
#BeeWeek and The Scripps National Spelling Bee is just around the corner, and this special series of shows, the Scripps National Spelling Bee Podcast, is your home for insider info and conversations about the Bee, language and life.When considering whom to invite as our inaugural guest, we had three criteria: The guest had to be a former successful…
The Scripps Washington Bureau proudly presents a special series, The Scripps National Spelling Bee Podcast. Our host is none other than Paul Loeffler, ESPN Spelling commentator and a finalist himself in 1990. This year, Scripps has created this show as a way for the entire spelling community - or the orthograsphere if you will - to feel like inside…