Telling The Story
By Matt Pearl
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A look at how journalists -- and all of us -- reach the world
||63. How my journey in journalism affects my life as a dad||A few nights ago, I sat in my living room at 3 AM, feeding my daughter while contemplating my first Father’s Day as a dad, when one single moment crystallized my entire fatherly experience: - My baby spit milk into my mouth. -||6/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||62. Jay Acunzo, founder, Unthinkable Media||The greatest influence on my work last year came from outside my industry. - I am a broadcast journalist who's been in the business 15 years, and in 2017 I spoke at six workshops, went to several awards ceremonies,||5/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||61. Emily Kassie, award-winning documentary filmmaker||Her credits include the New York Times, NBC Left Field, BBC, and Huffington Post. - Her awards include the NPPA, Overseas Press Club, and American Society and News Editors. - Her projects include captivating documentaries of varying lengths,||4/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||60. Ryan Oliveira, photographer, KXAS-TV||Late March and early April mark the start of awards season in TV news. - For me, they mark the start of grabbing my popcorn and watching TV news award-winners. - I love watching and learning from the best in my business.||4/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||59. Eric Mennel, senior producer, Gimlet Media||My first podcast of the year was inspired by a podcast I found late last year. - I have listened to Gimlet Media's StartUp Podcast on and off since its inception. This past December I rediscovered it thanks to a five-part series called StartupBus.||1/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||58. Carolyn Hall & Sierra Starks, Women on Deadline||Our jobs as journalists almost always begin with listening. We listen to our communities for story ideas, our audience for feedback, and our interview subjects for a piece's deeper meaning. - But how well do we listen to the concerns of our co-workers..||11/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||57. Speaking to college journalists on finding their voice||When journalism professors ask me to speak to their classes and groups, they typically request I focus on two areas: the craft and the business. - They want me to show my work, discuss how I produce stories,||10/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||#56: Les Rose, CBS News & Syracuse University||How did I know I should interview Les Rose for my podcast? - A bunch of journalists told me so, and in rapid succession. - Les was the keynote speaker at last month's Sound of Life Storytelling Workshop in Asheville, NC,||7/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||PODCAST EPISODE #55: Justin Hinton, reporter, WLOS-TV||It was a pretty cool moment. - At last year's NPPA Southeast Storytelling Workshop, one of the loudest ovations came for someone in the audience. - One of our speakers was talking about the innovative work being done at his company,||5/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||PODCAST EPISODE #54: John Wilson, chief photographer, KSL-TV||'Tis the season ... for journalists to focus on everything journalism-related but their jobs. - After the May sweeps period comes the month of June, which always seems to be the ideal time for award ceremonies and workshops.||5/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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I love this podcast! As a young journalist, it’s a way for me to hear from diverse voices in the industry and have a mini-workshop in my car every week.