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This podcast gives us a chance to talk with journalism leaders about the industry and its future.

This podcast gives us a chance to talk with journalism leaders about the industry and its future.
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Location:

United States

Description:

This podcast gives us a chance to talk with journalism leaders about the industry and its future.

Language:

English

Contact:

650-868-8851


Episodes

Ep 13: Tina Meier, Laura Lewis, Sanjay Nath

1/8/2018
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At Elon University, four students have committed suicide in less than three years. This week on the podcast, we examine the issue of mental health among adolescents by speaking with a victim's mother, a university administrator and a leading expert in psychology.

Duration:00:37:24

Ep 12: Abbie Bennett

12/4/2017
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Abbie Bennett, a real-time reporter for the Raleigh News & Observer talks about her military family upbringing, passion for storytelling and the biggest challenges to journalism.

Duration:00:30:35

Ep 11: Dallas Woodhouse

11/21/2017
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Dallas Woodhouse works as the executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party. This month-long project sheds light on Dallas's personal and professional life, his quirky campaign tactics and how he became one of the most prominent and divisive figures in state politics.

Duration:00:32:07

Preview: Dallas Woodhouse Profile

11/13/2017
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Dallas Woodhouse serves as the executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party. This week on the pod, we offer a brief preview ahead of an upcoming profile.

Duration:00:02:51

Ep 10: Paul Parsons, Jane Seidel

11/6/2017
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Paul Parsons, dean of Elon University's School of Communications, and Jane Seidel, junior audience analyst at The Wall Street Journal, discuss issues classrooms and newsrooms are facing in keeping up with the pace of emerging technology.

Duration:00:29:04

Ep 9: Madison Taylor

10/23/2017
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Madison Taylor, former executive editor of The Burlington Times-News, discusses the role of community newspapers, speaks critically of corporate ownership and urges editors to pay closer attention to what their readers have to say.

Duration:00:23:54