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New York, NY

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BlogTalkRadio

Description:

Webcasts and conversations from Columbia Journalism School in NYC.

Language:

English

Contact:

2950 Broadway New York, NY 10027 admissions@jrn.colum


Episodes

Arts Culture Beat: Musician Garland Jeffreys

2/25/2016
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On Thursday 25th, the MA Arts & Culture class will be interviewing musician Garland Jeffreys at the radio studio in Columbia Journalism School. Tune in at 10:00AM to listen to the show, and participate in the conversation by calling to 646 716 6968 or sending your questions via Twitter to @ArtsCultBeat. Garland Jeffreys has influenced multiple generations of musicians since the 1970s when he busted onto the scene in 1973 with the hit, "Wild in the Streets," which is making an appearance in...

Duration: 01:31:35


Saad Khan

2/23/2016
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Filmmaker Saad Khan discusses his documentary career, which focuses on sexual minorities in his native Pakistan.

Duration: 00:57:09


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12/30/2014
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Q&A with @ColumbiaJourn Faculty, Deans and Students - Apr 30,2012

4/30/2012
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Your chance to ask any questions you like about Columbia Journalism School. Learn more about Columbia by going to http://www.journalism.columbia.edu And be sure to see the amazing Centennial site and film - celebrating a century of reporting and stortytelling: http://centennial.journalism.columbia.edu/ Be sure to follow us on Twitter: @ColumbiaJourn

Duration: 01:09:46


Social Media Q&A with @Sree & Co - Apr 09,2012

4/8/2012
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[ SAMPLE TWEET: Live web/phone call-in Social Media Q&A w/ @sree @wordwhacker @travelogged, 9-10 p ET (archived, too) http://bit.ly/cjsmqa #sreetips ] Join Sree Sreenivasan (@sree), Linda Bernstein (@WordWhacker) and Liz Borod Wright (@Travelogged) for a free-form session to get your social media questions answered. Aimed at attendees of the fully-online Smarter Social Media course as part of Columbia Journalism School's Continuing Education program, this is an open event, so feel free to...

Duration: 01:12:40


BOOKS: Meet Jamal Joseph, author of "Panther Baby" - Apr 05,2012

4/5/2012
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Columbia J-school's MA in Arts and Culture program presents dialogues with dynamic writers and artists of varying backgrounds. Jamal Joseph is a writer, activist, and educator. As a former Black Panther Party member, his life has been shaped by a youth spent in prison for his radical activities with the party. While incarcerated he immersed himself in education and penned a series of poems and plays. Now a professor at Columbia's School of the Arts film department, Joseph has just...

Duration: 00:59:09


#Jan25: A Year Later - Jan 25,2012

1/25/2012
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Join Columbia Journalism School (@ColumbiaJourn) in the latest of its timely global webcasts about media. This time on the anniversary of the start of the Egypt protests on January 25, 2011, we host a conversation with local & international correspondents & experts about the turbulent events and look ahead about what's ahead for the Middle East and North Africa. Hosting the show are Prof. Sree Sreenivasan (@sree), Columbia J-school digital professor and Dean of Student Affairs and Melanie...

Duration: 02:00:18


Understanding SOPA, PIPA & the Wikipedia Blackout - Jan 18,2012

1/17/2012
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Join Columbia Journalism School (@ColumbiaJourn) in the latest of its timely, useful webcasts about technology and media. We'll discuss the implications of the U.S. Congressional bills known as SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act), which have attracted tremendous attention in the last few days. On Wed., Jan 18, Wikipedia's English section is going to be blacked out as part of an unprecedented protest against the bills. This will serve as the focus of our discussion, but...

Duration: 00:58:43


COLUMBIA J-SCHOOL: Admissions Q&A - Jan 05,2012

1/5/2012
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Meet Columbia Journalism School faculty and students as they discuss the upcoming admission deadlines and answer your questions about the academic programs, extracurriculars and more. We'll focus on the MA Program, but welcome other topics. You can participate via phone or computer. See 75 previous recordings in the BlogTalkRadio archives of the ColumbaiJournalism channel. See http://www.jrn.columbia.edu for more info about the school. Send your questions to sree@sree.net or @sree via...

Duration: 00:58:16


COLUMBIA J-school: The MA Program - Dec 14,2011

12/14/2011
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Meet Columbia Journalism School faculty and staff as they discuss the upcoming admission deadlines and answer your questions about the academic programs, extracurriculars and more. We'll focus on the MA Program, but welcome other topics. You can participate via phone or computer. See 75 previous recordings in the BlogTalkRadio archives of the ColumbaiJournalism channel. See http://www.jrn.columbia.edu for more info about the school.

Duration: 00:29:48


COLUMBIA J-school: Admissions Q&A - Dec 06,2011

12/6/2011
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Meet Columbia Journalism School faculty and staff as they discuss the upcoming admission deadlines and answer your questions about the academic programs, extracurriculars and more. You canparticipate via phone or computer. See previous recordings in the BlogTalkRadio archives of the ColumbaiJournalism channel.

Duration: 00:59:07


Klout, Clout and the State of Internet Influence - Nov 30,2011

11/30/2011
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Columbia Journalism School (@ColumbiaJourn) presents the latest in its series of web conversations about digital media, with a look at the state of influence, branding and more on the Internet. Join us online or on the phone as we talk to Matt Thomson (@daddymention), Klout's platform VP and Megan Berry (@meganberry), Klout's senior marketing manager. Hosting the show are Mathilde Piard '08 (@mathildepiard), social media manager of Cox Media Group and Prof Sree Sreenivasan '93 (@sree),...

Duration: 00:58:32


Columbia J-school Q&A - Nov 17,2011

11/17/2011
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Three Columbia Journalism School deans (and current student @meshwayd) answer your questions about the school, its academic program, post-school job opportunities and much more. Christine Souders, associate dean of admissions and financial aid; Ernest Sotomayor, assistant dean of career services and continuing education; Sree Sreenivasan, dean of student affairs. Call-in live or email questions to sree@sree.net (subject line=webcast) or via Twitter, @sree See our full archive of 75+...

Duration: 01:37:52


Prof. Helen Benedict and "Sand Queen" - Nov 02,2011

11/2/2011
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Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with HELEN BENEDICT, a professor who teaches Literary Journalism, among other courses here. Benedict is the author of 11books, five nonfiction and six of novels, the latest of which is SAND QUEEN, which we will discuss here. SAND QUEEN is set in the Iraq War, and is based on Benedict's research with military women who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and with Iraqi refugees. Benedict has been traveling the country for the past three...

Duration: 00:54:30


Anne Garrels, distinguished radio journalist - Oct 28,2011

10/28/2011
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On Friday, October 28 WGBH radio host Callie Crossley will interview veteran foreign correspondent Anne Garrels on the Journalism School's blog talk radio channel. It will be the first interview that Ms. Garrels has given since she left her senior correspondent post at NPR last year. Ms. Crossley and Ms. Garrels are two of nine jurors who will be on campus to deliberate on the 2012 duPont-Columbia Award winners. Ms. Crossley's daytime radio program, self-titled "The Callie Crossley Show,"...

Duration: 00:29:03


Meet Dean Lemann - Oct 05,2011

10/5/2011
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Meet Dean Nicholas Lemann

Duration: 00:50:39


MEET THE J-SCHOOL: Dean Nick Lemann, plus Career Services - Apr 28,2011

4/28/2011
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Columbia Journalism School presents the latest in its "Virtual Open House" series using BlogTalkRadio.com... Nick Lemann, dean of the school, discusses the J-school and journalism today (30 minutes), followed by a conversation with Ernest Sotomayor, Career Services dean, on the job market (30 minutes). Questions to sree at sree.net

Duration: 01:29:26


MEET THE J-SCHOOL: The Master of Arts Experience - Apr 27,2011

4/27/2011
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Columbia Journalism School presents the latest in its "Virtual Open House" series using BlogTalkRadio.com... Master of Arts Program: SPEAKER: Tali Woodward, asst director of the MA Program and an alum of the program; and Kirk Klocke (@citizenkirk), MA student (and MS graduate). More info about the program at http://www.journalism.columbia.edu Questions to sree at sree.net

Duration: 00:30:04


MEET THE J-SCHOOL: The International Experience - Apr 27,2011

4/27/2011
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Columbia Journalism School presents the latest in its "Virtual Open House" series using BlogTalkRadio.com... The International Experience... SPEAKERS: Current students Dewi Cooke from Australia (@d3wic); Maria Pataussi from Colombia (@mariapautassi); Connie Preti from Argentina (@conz); Sandro Mairata from Peru (@smairata); Raksha Kumar from India (@raksha_kumar) Questions to sree at sree.net

Duration: 01:07:21


MEET THE J-SCHOOL: Student Affairs Briefing - Apr 26,2011

4/26/2011
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Columbia Journalism School presents the latest in its "Virtual Open House" series using BlogTalkRadio.com... Student Affairs Briefing: Admissions/Financial Aid, Student Services/Student Life, Housing SPEAKER: Administrators from each department. Questions to sree at sree.net

Duration: 01:13:25

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