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Podcast on the future of journalism, from the Media Innovation Studio, at the University of Central Lancashire.

Latest Episodes

Telephone interview with Will Moorcroft

Telephone interview

3 MIN2019 JUN 3
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Telephone interview with Will Moorcroft

Will Moorcroft phone interview excerpts

Phone interview.

7 MIN2019 JUN 3
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Will Moorcroft phone interview excerpts

JT Episode 5: minority representation

This episode focuses on the representation of sexual identities along with ethnic and religious minorities in the journalism industry today. It will explore the relationship between representation within the industry and representation in the output from the industry to assess whether the two variables can influence a positive portrayal of minorities, such as the LGBT, ethnic and religious communities. We will be joined by Adam Smith (social engagement coordinator at The Economist), Shaf Choudry and Sadia Habib (founders of TheRizTest) and the editorial team of Journalism Today.

39 MIN2018 OCT 31
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JT Episode 5: minority representation

JT Episode 4: sports journalism

In this episode of Journalism Today, we will be discussing issues concerning representation and trust in sports journalism, particularly in the football sphere. We will be joined by Will Moorcroft (commentator, media and communications officer at Salford City FC), Ali Maxwell (presenter and producer of the Not The Top Twenty podcast), and the editorial team of Journalism Today

32 MIN2018 OCT 30
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JT Episode 4: sports journalism

JT Episode 3: game journalism

In the 3rd episode of Journalism Today, the topic of discussion is video game journalism. Game journalists Colin Campbell(Polygon) and Anthony Agnello(Escapist) join me and talk about gender and race inclusivity in video games, the effect video games journalism has on the game industry and the consumers, and the effects of the very close relationship between creators and audience.

34 MIN2018 OCT 29
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JT Episode 3: game journalism

JT Episode 2: community

For this episode of Journalism Today, from UCLan's Media Innovation Studio, Kirsty Styles headed to Cardiff's News Impact Summit on community engagement to find out why nostalgia is hot, why listening is the new listening - and why the government's Cairncross Review might not have heard the right voices. Featuring AnnMary Astle (Stoke on Trent Live), Megan Lucero (Bureau Local) and Andrea Faye Hart (City Bureau). With thanks to Pathe for the short news audio clips.

28 MIN2018 OCT 17
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JT Episode 2: community

JT Episode 1: podcasting

We're talking podcasts, in the first ever episode of Journalism Today, from the Media Innovation Studio at the University of Central Lancashire. How do you think up a podcast? Do they really appeal to younger listeners? And how are podcasts different from traditional radio? We speak to three leading British podcasters: Bruce Daisley (EatSleepWorkRepeat); Dino Sofos (Brexitcast); and Chris Warburton (Beyond Reasonable Doubt).

33 MIN2018 SEP 18
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JT Episode 1: podcasting
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Latest Episodes

Telephone interview with Will Moorcroft

Telephone interview

3 MIN2019 JUN 3
Comments
Telephone interview with Will Moorcroft

Will Moorcroft phone interview excerpts

Phone interview.

7 MIN2019 JUN 3
Comments
Will Moorcroft phone interview excerpts

JT Episode 5: minority representation

This episode focuses on the representation of sexual identities along with ethnic and religious minorities in the journalism industry today. It will explore the relationship between representation within the industry and representation in the output from the industry to assess whether the two variables can influence a positive portrayal of minorities, such as the LGBT, ethnic and religious communities. We will be joined by Adam Smith (social engagement coordinator at The Economist), Shaf Choudry and Sadia Habib (founders of TheRizTest) and the editorial team of Journalism Today.

39 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
JT Episode 5: minority representation

JT Episode 4: sports journalism

In this episode of Journalism Today, we will be discussing issues concerning representation and trust in sports journalism, particularly in the football sphere. We will be joined by Will Moorcroft (commentator, media and communications officer at Salford City FC), Ali Maxwell (presenter and producer of the Not The Top Twenty podcast), and the editorial team of Journalism Today

32 MIN2018 OCT 30
Comments
JT Episode 4: sports journalism

JT Episode 3: game journalism

In the 3rd episode of Journalism Today, the topic of discussion is video game journalism. Game journalists Colin Campbell(Polygon) and Anthony Agnello(Escapist) join me and talk about gender and race inclusivity in video games, the effect video games journalism has on the game industry and the consumers, and the effects of the very close relationship between creators and audience.

34 MIN2018 OCT 29
Comments
JT Episode 3: game journalism

JT Episode 2: community

For this episode of Journalism Today, from UCLan's Media Innovation Studio, Kirsty Styles headed to Cardiff's News Impact Summit on community engagement to find out why nostalgia is hot, why listening is the new listening - and why the government's Cairncross Review might not have heard the right voices. Featuring AnnMary Astle (Stoke on Trent Live), Megan Lucero (Bureau Local) and Andrea Faye Hart (City Bureau). With thanks to Pathe for the short news audio clips.

28 MIN2018 OCT 17
Comments
JT Episode 2: community

JT Episode 1: podcasting

We're talking podcasts, in the first ever episode of Journalism Today, from the Media Innovation Studio at the University of Central Lancashire. How do you think up a podcast? Do they really appeal to younger listeners? And how are podcasts different from traditional radio? We speak to three leading British podcasters: Bruce Daisley (EatSleepWorkRepeat); Dino Sofos (Brexitcast); and Chris Warburton (Beyond Reasonable Doubt).

33 MIN2018 SEP 18
Comments
JT Episode 1: podcasting
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