Posts Tagged ‘ podcast ’

Serial Goes Missing

January 8, 2016
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<i>Serial</i> Goes Missing

Neil Verma discusses how Serial host Sarah Koenig's obsession was the real protagonist of the podcast's first season, and how the new second season differs narratively and tonally because she tells the story without becoming a character in it.
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“We Know More About You Than You’d Like”: Podcasts and High-Status Fandom

September 2, 2015
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“We Know More About You Than You’d Like”: Podcasts and High-Status Fandom

Mark Lashley notes the rise of fan podcasts within the comedy community by discussing Adam Scott and Scott Aukerman's U Talkin' U2 To Me, and the ways in which performances of fandom are complicated by the hosts' celebrity and industry connections.
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The Only Music Podcast: Listening to a New Music Podcast Find its Voice

July 24, 2015
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<em>The Only Music Podcast</em>: Listening to a New Music Podcast Find its Voice

Brian Fauteux inaugurates our "The Podcast Review" series with an analysis of The Only Music Podcast, a music podcast from Gothenburg, Sweden that offers a refreshing take on the music industries by critically engaging with bi-weekly topics.
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Honoring Hilmes: Radioed Voices Podcast

May 10, 2015
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Honoring Hilmes: <em>Radioed Voices</em> Podcast

Listen to "Radioed Voices," a radio documentary/podcast paying tribute to media studies scholar and cultural historian Michele Hilmes on the occasion of her retirement.
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On Radio: The Influence of Comedy Podcasts on TV Narrative, Production, and Cross-Promotion

April 29, 2015
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On Radio: The Influence of Comedy Podcasts on TV Narrative, Production, and Cross-Promotion

The influence and overlap between the worlds of podcasting and television (and live comedy) is expanding as visual and audio media continue to fragment, making issues of narrative construction and narrative influence ripe for questioning,
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On Radio: Up From the Boneyard: Local Media, Its Digital Death and Rebirth [Part 3]

June 20, 2012
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On Radio: Up From the Boneyard: Local Media, Its Digital Death and Rebirth [Part 3]

In the final installment of this series on podcaster Bob Frantz and his venture Boneyard Industries, the frustration that comes with advertising and getting local listeners on board is explored.
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On Radio: Up From the Boneyard: Local Media, Its Digital Death and Rebirth [Part 1]

May 30, 2012
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On Radio: Up From the Boneyard: Local Media, Its Digital Death and Rebirth [Part 1]

Is there any such thing as local digital media? Looking at the case of local podcasts, Tim Anderson argues that people indeed do, and always have, inscribed the local in their digital media creations.
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