It's All Journalism

It's All Journalism

Latest Episodes

NYC native reaches worldwide audience via Israel Daily News Podcast
August 17, 2023

Shanna Fuld, creator and host of the Israel Daily News Podcast, talks about the day-to-day challenges of being a freelance journalist in Tel Aviv. She also discusses her recent work as a researcher for the Showtime docudrama series "Ghosts of Beirut." Vis

Robert Tornabene hosts podcast for public information officers
August 10, 2023

Robert Tornabene, senior public communications supervisor for the Colorado Springs Police Department, discusses The PIO Podcast, where he interviews public information officers about how they do their jobs. Visit the It's All Journalism website to find ou

How media reporting on firearm violence does more harm than good
August 03, 2023

Dr. Jessica Beard, director of research for the Philadelphia Center for Gun Violence Reporting, discusses a new report that offers firearm-injured peoples' perspectives on how the news media covers firearm violence. Visit the It's All Journalism website t

Michael Ventuolo-Mantovani: Accidental Journalist
July 27, 2023

Michael Venutolo-Mantovani, who dreamed of becoming a rock musician when he was young, talks to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how heaccidentally started a careeras a freelance journalist.Visit the It's All Journalism website to find

Keystone Student Journalism Coalition transforms digital natives into eager young journalists
July 20, 2023

Christopher Barnes and Destiny Beck discuss how they launched the Keystone Student Journalism Coalition to bring together students and journalism advisors from middle and high schools across Pennsylvania to share skills and promote journalism. Visit the I

KILLED: A story has to die to be on this podcast
July 13, 2023

Justine Harman talks about her podcast KILLED, which pulls the curtain back on the editorial process and forces at play that lead publications to kill a big story.Visit the It's All Journalism website to find out how to subscribe to our podcast and our w

Better News: Louisville Public Media makes news for and with its Black audiences
July 11, 2023

More and more newsrooms are discovering that diversifying their coverage to better represent and engage the communities they cover is not only the right thing to do, its necessary if they wish to remain relevant and sustainable.Better News recentlypubl

Why freelance journalists should join a union
July 06, 2023

Abigail Higgins talks about how the National Writers Union'sFreelance Solidarity Projectis working to improve the working conditions of freelance journalists and why freelancers should consider joining a union.Visit the It's All Journalism website to f

How much do listeners trust news they get from podcasts?
June 29, 2023

Elisa Shearer, a senior researcher on Pew Research's News & Information Team, discusses the recent report, "Podcasts as a Source of News and Information," which reveals how different audiences trust the information they receive from the podcasts. Visit th

Better News: The Fayetteville Observer charts new course with Black audiences
June 27, 2023

As a more than 200-year-old institution,The Fayetteville Observerhasnt always done right by Black residents in its coverage area.Better News recentlypublished a reportabout a new initiative at the Observer that uses partnerships and mobile newsrooms