Season 11

These are the podcast episodes and posts published by It’s All Journalism in 2023.

596. Plight of indigenous people former Army Ranger’s beat

Cyrus Norcross is a former Army Ranger turned Navajo journalist who covers indigenous affairs, specifically missing and murdered indigenous people.

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Better News revisits the best stories of 2023

Kamaria Roberts, the deputy director of local news transformation at the American Press Institute, highlights the work API has done over the last year through its Better News Initiative and what may be in store for 2024.

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595. It’s time to reimagine what journalism can be

Andrea Wenzel, associate professor at Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication and the director of Temple’s master of journalism program, discusses her new book “Antiracist Journalism: The Challenge of Creating Equitable Local News.”

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594. CNTI primer helps newsrooms navigate rapid changes in technology

Amy Mitchell is the new executive director of the Center for News, Technology & Innovation, which seeks to encourage independent and sustainable media, maintain anopen internet and foster informed public policy conversations.

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593. Writing the unwritten history of public media in the US

Josh Shepperd, an associate professor in the College of Media, Communication and Information at the University of Colorado – Boulder, discusses his new book, “Shadow of the New Deal: The Victory of Public Broadcasting.”

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592. Journalism’s bad approach to covering bad news

Tamara Cherry, a former crime reporter for CTV television in Canada and also the Toronto Star, discusses her new book, “The Trauma Beat: A Case for Re-Thinking the Business of Bad News.”

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