The Podcast Studies Podcast (formerly New Aural Cultures)

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Welcome to the first episode of the new season of The Podcast Studies Podcast (formerly New Aural Cultures). We are absolutely delighted to have Dr. Reginold Royston on the show, whose article Podcasts and New Orality in the African Mediascape
Bias in the news is a hot topic and is the focus of News in Context, a weekly podcast focused on discussing the issues that impact how information is delivered, how we consume it, and how that affects our interactions with each other. In this e
Dario is joined in this episode by two of the leading lights of Podcast Studies to discuss some of the major changes in podcasting infrastructure and their implications. Apple’s decision to add a mechanism for paid subscriptions to its podcasti
The role of early career researchers is absolutely fundamental to the emergence and future development of “Podcast Studies”. And today I’m delighted to be joined by two such scholars whose own research is expanding the horizons of how podcastin
In this episode, it was my pleasure to discuss politics, podcasting and the media more broadly with one of the top political commentators in the country Steve Richards. Steve is the host of Rock and Roll politics, a podcast that showcases his t
PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast tal
Today Dario talks to PhD student studying at the University of Paris, Ella Waldmann, about her recently published article From Storytelling to Story Listening: How the Hit Podcast S-Town Reconfigured the Production and Reception of Narrative No
In this episode, Dario talks to a producer and host with his finger on the pulse of the American podcasting landscape, Matty Staudt. Matty has been obsessed with audio broadcasting since childhood, listening to seminal shows such as Bob and Ray
In this episode, New Aural Cultures is delighted to be collaborating with the SpokenWeb podcast. Produced by a collective of researchers who are dedicated to the discovery and preservation of sonic artefacts that have captured literary events o
I spoke to Galen Beebe who is a contributing editor at Bello Collective. Bello Collective is a website that is dedicated to writing about podcasting that focuses on criticism. Made up of a diverse team of writers, curators, podcasters and fans
Alyssa Chafee is the co-producer and host of the Vagina Museum podcast which explores, in a playful yet in-depth tone, the cultural history and symbolism of what is still remains a taboo subject. Alyssa talks to Dario about her MA thesis in sci
Ella Watts is a freelance audio producer and consultant who possesses both an in-depth expertise and infectious love for audio drama. Her production credits include The Orphans, Evelyn's Roots, The Unseen Hour and she has also worked for the BB
Guest host Lori Beckstead interviews Dan Misener, head of Audience Development at the branded podcasting agency Pacific Content, and host/producer of the delightful podcast Grown Ups Read Things They Wrote As Kids. Dan explains what branded pod
PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast tal
Shownotes Welcome to the new season of New Aural Cultures Podcast. In this first episode of 2021, Dario Llinares speaks to PhD candidate from Monash University (Melbourne) Daniel Bacchieri about his fantastic project Streetmusicmap radio. The p
Podcasting as a form that is utilised by students in educational contexts has, of course, been an important strand of the medium's development and a key focus of academic analysis. Recently, there are increasing examples of MA and PhD students
In light of the momentous and quite frankly exhausting week leading up to the election of Joe Biden as 46th president of the United States, Dario catches up with an old podcasting friend, writer journalist and true sage of the American politica
SHOW NOTES This week’s podcast features an interview with Andrew Bottomley, assistant professor of media studies at the State University of New York-Oneonta.  His research is concerned with the social and cultural dimensions of communication te
In this episode Richard Berry does a long-distance interview with Siobhan McHugh, an Associate Professor of Journalism from the University of Woollongong in Australia. She will be familiar name to anyone working in podcast studies and to any av
SHOW NOTES This week’s podcast features several podcast scholars reporting on their recent research regarding podcast formalization and platformization. The panel is moderated by John Sullivan from Muhlenberg College. This panel was originally
PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast tal
After a summer break, we are back with a new season of shows for podcast lovers, producers, critics, and academics. And we begin with a bang. Dr Dario Llinares hosts a wide-ranging conversation with one of the foremost academic podcaster workin
Dario met Lori Beckstead when they both delivered keynote lectures at the Podcasting Poetics Conference in Mainz, Germany last year (and a lifetime ago). They immediately shared an interest in exploring the potential of podcasting within an aca
PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast tal
PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast tal
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