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The ways we consume and create media and content are changing faster than ever. The Demystifying Media Series at the UO School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) explores the impact of these changes across the communications landscape, enabling us to navigate a way forward. Hosted by University of Oregon journalism professor Damian Radcliffe, each podcast brings together experts—media practitioners, academics, and researchers—working on the cutting edge of these global changes to the UO ...
 
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We were fortunate to have director of photography and filmmaker Jake Swantko in our studio to share what goes into producing compelling films like Icarus, which won the 2018 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Orwell Award for its artful uncovering of an international doping scandal involving one of Russia…
 
Jake Swantko is the director of photography and documentary producer behind the much acclaimed film Icarus, which won the 2018 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Orwell Award for revealing “the truth at a time when the truth is no longer a commodity.”His new film, The Dissident, about slain journalist Jam…
 
Karen McIntyre is an assistant professor of multimedia journalism in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture at Virginia Commonwealth University and researcher of constructive journalism. In this lecture, Dr. McIntyre discusses her work and key lessons from her forthcoming book, Perspectives on Social-responsibility Reporting: Theory, …
 
In our podcast studio to discuss the nuances and complexities of constructive journalism is Karen McIntyre, assistant professor of multimedia journalism in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture at Virginia Commonwealth University. According to Dr. McIntyre, "Constructive journalism is an emerging style of journalism in which positive…
 
Gaming is the fastest growing form of entertainment in the world, with the esports economy surpassing $1 billion for the first time in 2019. In this panel discussion, esports journalists Mitch Reames and Will Partin discuss the emerging field of esports journalism with moderator and SOJC Assistant Professor of Game Studies Maxwell Foxman. This even…
 
Esports are on the rise; according to a recent Business Insider Intelligencer report, esports viewership is expected to grow to nearly 650 million by 2023, at a rate of 9 percent per year. In the studio to discuss this emerging industry are esports journalist Mitch Reames, technology researcher and brand consultant Will Partin, and Maxwell Foxman, …
 
In this podcast we catch up with Dr. Claire Wardle, who visited the SOJC as a Demystifying Media guest lecturer in 2016 to discuss how Silicon Valley was driving changes in online publishing. We were lucky to have her back in our newly renovated podcast studio to share her research on the rapidly evolving strategies that promoters of disinformation…
 
Each year, the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication recognizes the tough, ethical decisions made in the newsroom and in the field—decisions that make a difference in the community but are often invisible to the public. The Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism presents a $10,000 annual prize to a media organization or jo…
 
This podcast is a recording of a guest lecture given by journalism scholar Rosalind Donald at the University of Oregon. In her talk, Rosalind discusses how journalists in Miami are reporting on climate change in a way that brings in concerns such as health, real estate, financial markets and social justice. She’ll discuss how to integrate climate c…
 
This podcast is a recording of a lecture given by Mandy Jenkins at the University of Oregon. Mandy Jenkins is a John. S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Prior to this, she was Head of News at Storyful, the leading social news and insights agency. Before Storyful, she was part of the ground up teams at TBD.com, Digital First Media’s Project Th…
 
This podcast is a recording of a lecture given by scholar and author Sue Robinson at the University of Oregon.Learn more about her visit to the University of Oregon here: https://demystifying.uoregon.edu/2019/04/05/demystifying-how-power-and-privilege-shape-public-discourse-in-progressive-communities/Robinson is a Professor of Journalism at UW-Madi…
 
This podcast is a recording of a lecture given by award-winning freelance journalist Cherie Hu at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. View the presentation from this lecture here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-aK48YAvdyxzM0ktj1FXgrLKyyP9VlRSOk-YrY4K_60/edit?usp=sharingHu writes regular columns for Billboard, …
 
The SOJC welcomes journalism researcher Sue Robinson to this episode of the Demystifying podcast. Sue joined the faculty at UW-Madison’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication in January 2007 and now holds the Helen Firstbrook Franklin Professor of Journalism research chair. As a scholar, she explores how journalists and news organizations ado…
 
This episode is a recording Jennifer LaFleur's Demystifying Media, which she gave to an audience of students and faculty at the University of Oregon on May 9. See the slides from Jennifer's talk here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1b3YVhOA8_w-a7crAB1M-OCRxZhUUOOFRqZxRNEF6WBI/edit#slide=id.p1About Jennifer LaFleur:Jennifer LaFleur is a data…
 
Joining us for this podcast is Jennifer LaFleur, data editor for The Investigative Reporting Workshop and an instructor of data journalism at American University. Previously, LaFleur was a senior editor at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, managing data journalists, investigative reporters and fellows. She also contributed to or e…
 
In this episode we interview Mandy Jenkins, a John. S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University who prior to this was the first editor-in-chief at Storyful, the leading social news and insights agency. There she managed a team of 60+ social journalists who worked with the world’s top newsrooms in surfacing, verifying and acquiring eyewitness journalism…
 
This podcast features a facilitated public Q&A with NPR National Desk reporter Tom Bowman at the University of Oregon. This event was facilitate and co-sponsored by NPR affiliate station KLCC.You can learn more about this event here: https://demystifying.uoregon.edu/2019/01/28/tom-bowman/This podcast includes audio playback of a radio story Bowman …
 
Joining us for this podcast is Rosalind Donald, a PhD candidate in communications at Columbia University researching community understanding of climate change in Miami. Her work focuses on the way the city’s politics, infrastructure and environment influence how climate change is interpreted in policy and the popular imagination. Also in the room a…
 
In this episode of the Demystifying Podcast, University of Oregon journalism professor and host Damian Radcliffe interviews Cherie Hu, an award-winning freelance journalist whose work focuses on the intersection of music, media and technology. In addition to her conference speaking engagements and regular appearances as an expert commentator on CNB…
 
In this podcast we're joined by NPR National Desk reporter Tom Bowman and Brigid Schulte, director of the Better Life Lab at New America, for an engaging discussion about the current state of journalism.Bowman's previous reporting at The Baltimore Sun on racial and gender discrimination at the National Security Administration led to a Pentagon inve…
 
In this special edition, we are joined by Richard Gingras, Vice President of News at Google. He and host Damian Radcliffe discuss Google's role in supporting journalism, how the internet has disrupted the business model, and what skills young journalists need to develop. Gingras' interview was part of a wider visit to the University of Oregon in Fe…
 
This is the official Demystifying Media podcast. In this podcast, host Damian Racliffe sat down with Tech Trends Editor Alice Bonasio to talk with her about her path from tech journalist to entrepreneur. Follow this link to listen to the Demystifying lecture given by Alice Bonasio, who appears in this podcast, about her work as a technology reporte…
 
Join us for this special guest lecture by Alice Bonasio, Editor-in-Chief for Tech Trends, a website “showcasing the latest disruptive technology that is changing the world we live, work, and play in.” Alongside her work at Tech Trends, Alice is also a VR (Virtual Reality) and Immersive Media consultant, and a contributor to publications such as Wir…
 
Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip) is one of the nation’s leading photographers, based in the Pacific Northwest. She earned her BFA from Brooks Institute of Photography where she double majored in Advertising and Digital Imaging. Her most recent endeavor, Project 562 (www.project562.com), has brought Matika to over 300 tribal nations dispersed t…
 
Join us for this special guest lecture by Project Facet founder Heather Bryant. Project Facet is an open source infrastructure project that supports newsroom collaboration with tools to manage the logistics of creating, editing and distributing collaborative content, managing projects, facilitating collaborative relationships and sharing the best p…
 
Heather Bryant is the founder and director of Project Facet, an open source infrastructure project that supports newsroom collaboration with tools to manage the logistics of creating, editing and distributing collaborative content, managing projects, facilitating collaborative relationships and sharing the best practices of collaborative journalism…
 
Join us for this special 40-minute lecture with author and Professor of Writing and Journalism at the University of Tampa, John Capouya.This is an audio recording of a lecture. For copyright reasons, the lecture presentation images could not be included in the lecture recording. In this lecture, journalist and professor John Capouya, author of the …
 
Join us for a special 40-minute lecture with Stanford University Journalism Program Director, James T. Hamilton. This is an audio recording of a lecture. The lecturer used visual tools that could not be captured in the audio recording. Changes in media markets have put local investigative reporting particularly at risk. But new combinations of data…
 
Alan D. Abbey is director of media at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, which he joined in 2008 after a 30-year career in journalism in the United States and Israel. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from the SOJC. He founded Ynetnews and was executive vice president at the Jerusalem Post. He is also an adjunct professor of Journali…
 
Joy Mayer is the director of The Trusting News project, which researches news consumers and then helps journalists earn trust and demonstrate credibility.She is an adjunct faculty member at The Poynter Institute and the University of Florida and is a community engagement strategist based Sarasota, Florida.She spent 12 years teaching at the Missouri…
 
Will Grant is one of the UK’s leading broadcast journalists on Latin American affairs. He has been the BBC’s Correspondent in Cuba since late 2014, shortly before the announcement of the re-establishment of diplomatic ties with the United States. In that time he has covered such historic moments as President Obama’s ground-breaking visit to Cuba an…
 
2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer E. Jason Wambsgans is a staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune, where he has spent the last 15 years covering stories that have taken him from the vanishing rainforests of Madagascar to the war in Afghanistan, and the last 5 years intensively documenting the problem of Chicago’s gun violence. Wambsgans st…
 
Professor Capouya specializes in teaching journalism and other forms of nonfiction writing. He is a former reporter and editor at The New York Times, Newsweek, New York Newsday and Smart Money magazines. His latest book, Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band, chronicles the soul music scene over the past 50 years. In this podca…
 
Changes in media markets have put local investigative reporting particularly at risk. But new combinations of data and algorithms may make it easier for journalists to discover and tell the stories that hold institutions accountable. Based on his book Democracy’s Detectives: The Economics of Investigative Journalism, James T. Hamilton explores how …
 
Troy Campbell is a design psychologist, which means he uses psychology to design better experiences, communications, and education. He is an expert in consumer behavior, marketing social psychology, political psychology, and scientific communication. Campbell’s research uses psychology to understand what makes people happy, how social movements can…
 
Sara Wachter-Boettcher is a content strategy and user experience expert who has worked on the web since she graduated from the SOJC (Magazine, 2005). As the principal of Rare Union, she’s led projects and facilitated workshops for Fortune 100 corporations, education and research institutions, and startups. Her new book, Technically Wrong: Sexist Ap…
 
C. W. Anderson is an associate professor at the College of Staten Island (CUNY) and incoming professor of media and communication at the University of Leeds.He is the author of Rebuilding the News: Metropolitan Journalism in the Digital Age and Journalism: What Everyone Needs to Know (co-authored with former Washington Post Executive Editor Len Dow…
 
In this episode Damian sits down with Stacy-Marie Ishmael.Ishmael is a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University. She will be spending the 2016–17 academic year researching the challenges newsrooms face in adapting to the rise of the mobile-only audience. Prior to this fellowship, she was the managing editor of mobile news for BuzzFeed News, run…
 
Christopher Ali is an assistant professor at the University of Virginia. His research interests focus on communication policy and regulation, critical political economy, critical geography, comparative media systems, localism, and local news.Ali has published in numerous journals, including Communication Theory, Media Culture & Society, and Interna…
 
Sarah Vieweg is a social scientist and experience researcher at Facebook whose research lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, computer-mediated communication, and computer-supported cooperative work. She researches how citizens of Arab Gulf countries perceive, use, and re-interpret social media, with an eye toward defining design …
 
What does Trump’s election mean for data and visual journalism? Dr. Nikki Usher, Assistant Professor of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, explored this topic as she discussed her new book, "Interactive Journalism: Hackers, Data, and Code," at the University of Oregon on February 23 2017. Dr. Usher then joined us in the D…
 
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