Demystifying Media at the University of Oregon

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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
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
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
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
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 o
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 esp
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 renovate
This is an audio recording of a guest lecture presented by Ashley Alvarado, director of community engagement at Southern California Public Radio (KPCC + LAist), at the University of Oregon School of Journalism in Communication. Among Ashley's e
In this episode of the Hearst Demystifying Media podcast, we talk to Ashley Alvarado, director of community engagement at Southern California Public Radio (KPCC + LAist), which in 2019 won the Gather Award for engaged journalism portfolio at th
Matthew Winkler, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus and co-founder of Bloomberg News, answers questions from our journalism students in the studio during his visit to the University of Oregon in November. Find Matthew Winkler online: LinkedIn: https://ww
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. Th
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 su
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
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-p
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/presentatio
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 Pro
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/1b3Y
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 Investigati
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 journal
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://d
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 enviro
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 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 Balti
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 j
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 Demyst
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