Season 9

It's All Journalism episodes published in 2021.

Bonus: Look at This podcast provides forum for DC’s homeless

It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell discusses "Look at This," a podcast series that shares the stories of the homeless men and women who sell the Street Sense newspaper...


468. Bitchin’ Pitchin’ creator talks freelance tips, moral and ethical convictions

Abby Lee Hood, a freelance writer and creator of the monthly Bitchin’ Pitchin’ newsletter, offers tips for successful freelance pitching.


467. TikTok Used To Expose Abuse Of Domestic Workers

Louise Donovan discusses her Fuller Project report on how domestic workers in the Middle East were using TikTok to report abuse.


466 Prison Journalism Project helps inmates share their stories

Shaheen Pasha and Yukari Kane of the Prison Journalism Project help inmates with an interest in writing learn how to tell their stories to a wider audience.


465. How newsrooms should handle requests to unpublish stories

Deborah Dwyer discusses her work, building tools to help newsrooms deal with unpublishing requests.


464. How Spiro Agnew’s crimes became relevant again

Michael Yarvitz discusses the book he co-authored with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on former Vice President Spiro Agnew.


463. Few Americans support journalism’s core values and mission

Jennifer Benz and Tom Rosenstiel discuss a recent survey that reveals only 11 percent of Americans support what journalists believe are the core values of their mission.


462. Journalists aren’t as good at covering protests as they may believe

Summer Harlow and Danielle Kilgo talk about their new study that shows how reporters are failing to provide strong coverage of protests and continue to place more weight on...


461. The Counter uses food to make news more digestible

Kate Cox, editor of The Counter, explains how food can be a lens to view the news, because we all have to eat every day.


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