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.

LATEST EPISODE

#267 Don't slide into someone's DMs on first follow

Madalyn Sklar, host of the Twitter Smarter chat and podcast, discusses good Twitter etiquette with host Michael O'Connell, including advanced search techniques and the wrong use of direct messages.

29:02 8/17/2017

Past Episodes

Baltimore-based reporter Baynard Woods again joins producer Michael O'Connell on the podcast, this time to discuss his new column and podcast "Democracy in Crisis," started after the November election to provide alt weeklies with coverage of national political developments without having to add writers and further constrain budgets.
39:10 8/10/2017
David Fahrenthold is Washington Post reporter who spent most of the 2016 presidential campaign tracking down the reported donations made by then-candidate Donald Trump. He recently detailed his learnings from that work at a panel of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia during its annual conference. The notebook in which he chronicled the investigation is now on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
01:18:00 8/3/2017
The Association of Alternative Newsmedia hosts a panel at its annual meeting in which media experts discuss current threats to press freedom. Kevin Goldberg, AAN's legal counsel, organized the panel, which was emceed by Sandy Johnson, president and COO of the National Press Foundation. Rounding out the panel were Margaret Talev, Bloomberg's senior White House correspondent, and Margaux Ewen, advocacy and communications director at Reporters Without Borders, North America.
01:18:00 7/31/2017
Matt Carlson, associate professor at St. Louis University, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss his new article on the use of algorithms in journalism. He is the author of "Automating Judgment? Algorithmic Judgment, News Knowledge and Journalistic Professionalism," recently published in New Media and Society.
31:59 7/27/2017
Matt Carlson, associate professor at St. Louis University, joins producer Michael O'Connell to discuss his new article on the use of algorithms in journalism. He is the author of "Automating Judgment? Algorithmic Judgment, News Knowledge and Journalistic Professionalism," recently published in New Media and Society.
31:59 7/27/2017
Wade Keller, creator and host of The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast, joins producers Michael O'Connell and Nicole Ogrysko this week to discuss his love of professional wrestling, a lifelong appreciation that's become an entrepreneurial business. You can subscribe to Wade's show on the PodcastOne network.
31:59 7/20/2017
It's All Journalism will be celebrating its fifth year as a weekly podcast on Aug. 4. For most of that time, we've used a generic theme song that was purchased through a rights-free website. While we liked that music, in recent days, we've come to feel it was a bit utilitarian and didn't represent who we are now as a podcast.

It was time for a change.

In this special podcast, Nick DePrey joins us in studio to discuss the new It's All Journalism theme music. With a musical career spanning two decades, Nick's work has appeared on NPR, Gimlet Media and KQED. In his day job, he works in Washington, D.C., as NPR's digital programming analytics manager.

You might've also noticed that we recently updated our logo. That's the handiwork of cartoonist and graphic artist Carolyn Belefski.

The new theme music and artwork are just two examples of how we're trying to make our podcast a better experience for you. Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon.
35:12 7/17/2017
Sonya Gavankar, manager of public relations at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., discusses her unorthodox journalism career with producer Michael O'Connell, from her childhood ambition of being a reporter to her time as Miss DC and the importance of using the rights protected and provided by the First Amendment.
34:24 7/13/2017
Special guest Scott Maucione, defense reporter at Federal News Radio, interviews Black Hawk Down author Mark Bowden about his journalistic style. Bowden just finished writing Hue 1968, a book about one of the most harrowing battles in the Vietnam War. The interview covers Bowden's approach to research, as well as how he interviews his subjects and gains access to people who arent always eager to be interviewed.
34:08 7/6/2017

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