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Podcasting as New Aural Culture. The podcast that analyses podcasting from a Media and Cultural Studies standpoint. With @dariodoublel, @drneilfox & @richardberryuk

New Aural Cultures Podcas‪t‬ Dario Llinares

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Podcasting as New Aural Culture. The podcast that analyses podcasting from a Media and Cultural Studies standpoint. With @dariodoublel, @drneilfox & @richardberryuk

    Audio Drama with Producer Ella Watts

    Audio Drama with Producer Ella Watts

    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 BBC in various capacities and across different context including BBC Sounds and BBC Studios. In November 2018 she was commissioned by Jason Phipps and the team at BBC Sounds to research the drama podcast industry. This research covered a brief overview of the industry's recent history, its current state, and my speculation on its future. In this broad conversation, Ella talks to Dario about range of topics related to podcasting, audio production and the audio industry including: production practices during the pandemic; BBC Sounds and the consolidation of podcasting into the broadcast landscape; podcasting as a developing industry and commercial business; the digital age as a media aristocracy; the art and theory behind audio drama; audio drama, fandom and non-normative audiences.

    Shownotes

    Ella's website

    Ella mentions the book - Revolution of the Echo-Chamber by Leslie McMurtry

    Podcasts referenced

    NB

    Have you heard George’s Podcast

    After

    Murmurs

    The Cipher

    Welcome to Night Vale

    The Thrilling Adventure Hour 

    Cabin Pressure

    The Bright Sessions

    Sayer

    The Magnus Archives

    In Strange Woods

    Midst

    Primordial Deep






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    Branded Podcasts and Audience Connection with Dan Misener (in conversation with Lori Beckstead)

    Branded Podcasts and Audience Connection with Dan Misener (in conversation with Lori Beckstead)

    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 podcasts are and the various considerations relating to connecting to podcast audiences, such as understanding 'podcast neighbourhoods', recognizing that a potential listener will see your podcast before they're able to listen to it, and that radio (and podcasting) is all about people talking to people about people.

    Episode notes:

    Guest host Lori Beckstead is an Associate Professor of Sound Media at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada where she teaches podcasting, radio broadcasting, and other courses related to sound studies and audio production. Lori was a guest on a previous episode of New Aural Cultures, talking about using podcasting as a form of peer review, and about her research examining podcasting as a medium.

    Dan Miser's insightful writing about podcasting can be found at https://medium.com/@misener.

    Dan talks about Choiceology with Katy Milkman as an example of a branded podcast.

    Dan's thoughts on podcast neighbourhoods are here:

    https://blog.pacific-content.com/the-podcast-ecosystem-is-made-up-of-distinct-neighborhoods-9e4ec105026e

    and here: https://blog.pacific-content.com/how-to-find-podcast-niches-you-didnt-even-know-existed-c27849dca0a

    And he made a really neat data visualization of podcast cover art here: https://blog.pacific-content.com/the-podcast-artwork-rainbow-7a83e4316931 

    If you you would like a text transcript of this episode please contact Dario Llinares: d.llinares@brighton.ac.uk


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    New Aural Cultures presents PhDCasting 9: Adaptation. Josephine Coleman, Brunel University, MeCCSA Radio Studies Network

    New Aural Cultures presents PhDCasting 9: Adaptation. Josephine Coleman, Brunel University, MeCCSA Radio Studies Network

    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 talks about the experience of completing a PhD, from the perspective of a research student: the milestones, the emotional highs and lows, and also becomes a research tool in itself, interrogating the embodied knowledge within the practice. Each episode also features a conversation with a practitioner discussing issues around podcasting and broadcasting.

    Quarter Nine: October 2020 – Dec 2020

    The start of my last year of funding: I had planned for a couple of months of reflection and writing up time after completing the first round of practical work. However, a change in life circumstances and the ever-evolving response to the global pandemic means it’s time to adapt and change again, which leads me to think about the constant need to adapt during a PhD. Research leads to new discoveries, which leads to new outlooks, new paths to explore. A PhD is not a static thing and should always be changing until you hand it in.

    I’m joined in conversation by Dr Josephine Coleman of Brunel University who is an academic with a great interest in Community Radio in the UK as well as being the beating heart of the MeCCSA Radio Studies Network. We talk about Community Radio and Jo shares her (very useful) tips for surviving a PhD.

    Links

    Jo’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/Josephine1967

    Jo’s academic page with links to papers: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/people/josephine-coleman


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    Streetmusicmap radio with Daniel Bacchieri

    Streetmusicmap radio with Daniel Bacchieri

    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 project combines a comprehensive archive of global street musicians organised through a digital map linking to and instagram page of footage from artists performing from all over the world. Allied to this is the podcast StreetMusicMap Radio (http://streetmusicmelbourne.com/podcast-episodes/) features an eclectic mix of musicians, primarily from Melbourne, discussing their creative practice, the life of a street musician and questions around performance, the urban experience, economics and the effect of the pandemic on street music. 

    Dario's opening remarks looks back on a tumultuous few weeks and months, along with looking forwards to the future of the New Aural Cultures podcast, the form the show will take and potential collaborations. He also comments upon recent discussions around the origin of podcasting and how that gets framed from difference perspectives. (If you would like a transcript of Dario's opening remarks, email him at d.llinares@brighton.ac.uk.)

    Links

    Daniel Bacchieri on Twitter

    Dario Llinares on Twitter

    Global map of street musicians

    Streetmusicmap Instagram feed

    Playlists

    Dario mention this article in the Verge by Michael McDowell on Pro-tools and it's exclusionary effects in the podcast industry.

    The SpokenWeb Podcast

    Amplify Network

    Eric Nuzum's article - The Story of the First Podcast Feed

    John Sullivan's tweet that alerted me to the online debate on podcasting's birthday.








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    In conversation with student podcaster Olivia Trono

    In conversation with student podcaster Olivia Trono

    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 utilising podcasting as a form of practice-led research. Our own partnership with Jerry Padfield and his PhD casting is a key example of that. But on this episode Dario talks to another student podcaster Olivia Trono, whose project My Master's Thesis: It's a podcast (about Podcasts) completed at Ryerson University is a benchmark example of this 'genre' of podcasts. Dario talks to Olivia about the origin of the project, the ideas she had around investing the show with the academic rigour required of a Masters thesis, how she came up  audio cues for quotations and referencing, her own performance and use of her voice, using a playful tone in a academic context and of course, her thought on podcast studies and the future of medium.

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    Olivia on Twitter

    Dario On Twitter

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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Election Talk with writer, journalist and broadcaster Denis Campbell

    Election Talk with writer, journalist and broadcaster Denis Campbell

    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 political system Denis Campbell. Denis produced The Three Muckrakers podcast on which Dario was one of those three along with Wales based Journalist Phil Parry; a show that looked across the main political stories from both a UK/US perspective. In this chat, Dario and Denis muse on the impact of Trump's term in office and the future of Trumpism, coverage and attitudes to the US elections around the world, the role of the media in political discourse, Biden's challenges and the potential direction his administration could take, along with many other things. Denis also discusses the difficulties of podcasting about politics and the general polarised tribalism of our current culture. He also trails a new podcast he is producing entitled Into the Fire which is about individuals overcoming great difficulties in their lives. 

    Follow Denis on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ClientLoyaltyDC

    Follow Dario on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/dariodoubleL

    This episode was recorded on Friday 6th of November, before the major networks called the election for Joe Biden.

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