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Guest speaker: Mark Stencel

April 14th, 2011 · Comments Off on Guest speaker: Mark Stencel · Comm361, Facebook, Student Blog Posts

Mark Stencel’s journalism career began around 1995 where he worked at the Washington Post for 12 years (9 focusing in online things), The News & Observer in Raleigh, NC. He currently works for NPR (National Public Radio), has been there for just under 2 years and is the digital managing editor. NPR is a non-profit organization, so money […]

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Mark Stencel

April 12th, 2011 · Comments Off on Mark Stencel · Comm361, social media, Student Blog Posts

Mark Stencel came to speak to my class: Doesn’t use the term new media because he’s been working with it for 16 years Gave us an intro on NPR. Showed us his blog NPR’s national audience on the radio is growing when may other outlets are losing theirs. They’re doing a lot of experimenting with […]

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Briggs Chapter 7

March 29th, 2011 · Comments Off on Briggs Chapter 7 · briggs, Comm361, Student Blog Posts

Making Audio Journalism Visible Audio Journalism? It works when using a few tools like a microphone or recorder to make full-featured segments that sound like radio epidodes. You can distribute them as podcosts to gain an audience! Importance: Presence Emotions Atmosphere How to use this audio?  Reporter overview Podcasts Audio slide show Breaking news National Public Radio has […]

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Chapter 7: Making Audio Journalism Visible

March 3rd, 2011 · Comments Off on Chapter 7: Making Audio Journalism Visible · Comm361, multimedia, Student Blog Posts

Some might say audio journalism is not as exciting as video or Web journalism, and will die along with newspaper. Despite this belief, because of its distinct taste and unique content delivery, audio journalism is strong and will be strong as long as there are listeners who seek its essence. For example, 14 million downloads […]

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