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October 13, 2021

‘Tell Them, I am’ Podcaster Misha Euceph Dives Into Narrative Storytelling

(New Jersey) —  In under 20 minutes, Misha Euceph, host of the podcast Tell Them, I Am, gives listeners a […]

October 11, 2021

How Crime Junkie’s Ashley Flowers is Becoming a Budding Journalist

Mondays are a ritualistic part of my week. I’m a podcast junkie. More specifically, true crime podcasts. One of my […]

October 26, 2020

Podcast: ‘Fourth Estate’ On The Ethics Of A Pen Name

The ethics of investigative Journalist Claudio Gatti in revealing the identity of famed Italian author Elena Ferrante.

October 14, 2020

Podcast: ‘Countervail’ on Reporters and Personal Social Media Accounts

Do public figures lose all rights of privacy to scrutiny by the public? In this episode of Countervail, Dawn Heinbach and Lilian Manansala discuss the suspension of Felicia Sonmez when she re-tweeted a story about the sexual allegation against Kobe Bryant. Because she re-tweeted the piece shortly after Bryant's death, the reporter was not only harassed and threatened online but suspended by the Washington Post. Where is the line between a reporter's personal rights on their social media accounts vs the publisher's right to control how their news staff represents the company?

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September 28, 2020

Essay: Our Newest Storytellers — Bloggers, Podcasters, and Late Night Hosts

Journalism is often spoken of as "the first rough draft of history". Who is responsible for that story today? Who are our story tellers?