Season 6

These are the podcast episodes and posts published by It’s All Journalism in 2018.

337. Facebook shakes up how media pros interact with their audience

On this week’s It’s All Journalism podcast, producer Michael O’Connell talks to Jayna Wilcox, senior digital sales strategist for 2060 Digital, about how newsrooms and their marketing departments can improve their audience engagement on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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336. Data Viz Today follows audio path to visual subject

Alli Torban , a data visualization designer and host of the Data Viz Today podcast, joins producer Michael O’Connell to explain how her love of maps changed her career and why podcasts made more sense than YouTube for exploring a very visual concept.

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335. It’s time to design newsrooms people want to work in

On this week’s It’s All Journalism podcast, Producer Michael O’Connell talks to Dana Coester, a professor at the Reed College of Media at West Virginia University, who recently published a study for the American Press Institute about how some publications are redesigning their newsrooms to make them more collaborative and positive work spaces.

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334. The Correspondent wants to unbreak the news in the US

Rob Wijnberg, a co-founding editor of The Correspondent, explains to producer Michael O’Connell how a crowdfunded news outlet that cares more about diving deep than following the headlines is preparing to take on the United States after five years of success in Europe.

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333. Whose truth are journalists telling and why does it matter?

Journalists are dedicated to telling the truth, but whose? Stephanie Lepp, an independent artist and host of the Reckonings podcast, joins producer Michael O’Connell to discuss the difference between telling the truth and telling a broader, varied truth and why one truth won’t cover the whole story.

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332. How well are journalists really listening to their audience?

It’s the age-old question: We listen, but how well do we hear? Cole Goins, a journalist, facilitator and media consultant with the American Press Institute, joins producer Michael O’Connell to discuss how expanding and deepening listening practices can help journalists build trust and improve their coverage in communities that are questioning the processes reporters use to tell their stories.

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