Best IAJ Interviews of 2023

IAJ Best of 2023: Anna Robertson, The Cool Down

IAJ’s interview with Anna Robertson, co-founder and chief content officer of The Cool Down, was the most downloaded podcast episode of 2023.

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IAJ Best of 2023: Peter Rice, editor of the Downtown Albuquerque News

It’s All Journalism catches up with Peter Rice of the Downtown Albuquerque News.

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563. What artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT mean for the future of journalism

David Cohn, senior director of the AlphaGroup tech/media incubator and the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Subtext, says artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT won’t be taking journalists jobs, at least not anytime soon. But there are still vital roles for journalists to play as AI programs become more commonplace in the newsroom.

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557. The First Amendment is her beat

Thanks to a Freedom Forum grant through Journalism Funding Partners, The Tennessean recently hired Angele Latham as a reporter focused full-time on First Amendment issues.

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Mandy Jenkins: Remembering a digital rockstar

It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell remembers Mandy Jenkins, a long-time friend of the podcast who died Feb. 20, 2023 in her hometown of Zanesville, Ohio. To honor Mandy’s memory, we’re reposting the audio from our last interview with her from February 2019.

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555. Media industry still wrestles with racial reckoning sparked by George Floyd’s death

Independent journalist Emeri Burks interviewed 12 journalists as part of her masters degree work for the University of Missouri School of Journalism.The Donald J. Reynolds Journalism Institute recently published Burks’ report about the media industry’s racial reckoning in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.

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