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Thursday, August 13 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Why Audio Journalism Needs POC More Than Ever… And Why It's a Great Career Move

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Podcasting is blowing up audio storytelling right now—creating a brave new media landscape. This creates an incredible opportunity to make a different kind of media outlet--one that is far less beholden to institutionalized racism, sexism and ignorance than ever before. In this panel, we'll talk about the problems of having singular voices in previous iterations of public radio and media, and how we are working to change that landscape. We'll also talk about the ability to make one's own podcast, and how podcasting can return a sense of ownership to POC in media.

 

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avatar for Kat Chow

Kat Chow

Reporter, NPR
@katchow | Kat Chow is a founding member of NPR’s race, ethnicity and culture team, Code Switch. Her role includes reporting for Code Switch’s blog and finding new ways to tell stories using social media. Her work has appeared on NPR programs such as Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and every now and then, she's a guest on the NPR podcast Pop Culture Happy Hour.
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Stephanie Foo

Producer, This American Life
@imontheradio  | Stephanie Foo is a producer at This American Life, where she tells stories through radio and video. Prior to that, she was one of the original producers of NPR’s Snap Judgment,where she helped develop the show’s unique style and sound. Her work has also aired on shows like 99% Invisible and Reply All.
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Mark Ristich

Executive Producer, Snap Judgment
Mark Ristich is the executive producer of the NPR radio show Snap Judgment which airs on 350 stations across the US with over a million on-air listeners and a million weekly podcast downloads. Each week Snap aims to bring new voices to public radio through personal narrative, and is best known as "storytelling... with a beat."


Thursday August 13, 2015 10:00am - 11:00am
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