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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

    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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    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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    • 1 hr 4 min
    In conversation with Prof. Andrew Bottomley (guest hosted by Prof. John Sullivan)

    In conversation with Prof. Andrew Bottomley (guest hosted by Prof. John Sullivan)

    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 technologies, in particular, the internet and broadcast radio, podcasting, recorded music, and other sound media. He is particularly interested in the history of new and emerging media, especially during moments of technological convergence and transference when so-called “old” and “new” media collide. We spend the hour talking about his new book entitled Sound Streams: A Cultural History of Radio-Internet Convergence (University of Michigan Press, 2020). For more information on the book, click here.

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    Andrew Bottomley: https://www.andrewjohnbottomley.com/

    Email: andrew.bottomley@oneonta.edu

    Twitter: @abottomley

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    In conversation with Associate Professor Siobhan McHugh

    In conversation with Associate Professor Siobhan McHugh

    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 avid listener of narrative documentary podcasts. Siobhan is an active and prolific scholar, a podcast producer and consultant, and the founder of the Radio Doc Review, a pioneering academic journal (https://ro.uow.edu.au/rdr/).

    In this interview we explore some of the themes she addresses in her work around the affective power of sound and voice in immersive audio storytelling, drawing on examples of her work; notably her collaborations with The Age newspaper on Phoebe’s Fall, Wrong Skin, and the Last Voyage of the Pong Su. Previously, we have explored the role of podcasting in research and methodologies for peer review in audio work. In this episodes Siobhan discusses the role of ‘Non-Traditional Research Output’ (NTRO) in the Australian system, which has allowed her to weave media practice and applied research in oral history, documentary, and podcast studies.

    Personal website: https://siobhanmchugh.org/about/

    Podcasts Discussed:

    https://www.theage.com.au/interactive/2016/phoebesfall/index.html

    https://www.theage.com.au/wrong-skin

    https://www.theage.com.au/pong-su

    https://www.supremecourt.vic.gov.au/podcast


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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Podcasting: Formalization and its Discontents (AoIR 2020 Podcasting Panel)

    Podcasting: Formalization and its Discontents (AoIR 2020 Podcasting Panel)

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    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 intended to be presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) in Dublin, Ireland, but was transitioned to an online conference after the global pandemic. In keeping with the spirit of the topic, we decided to release our panel discussion in the form of a podcast. The panel of researchers presenting their work in this episode include:


    Tiziano Bonini, University of Siena, Italy

    Dario Llinares University of Brighton, UK

    Richard Berry University of Sunderland, UK

    Patricia Aufderheide American University, USA

    John L. Sullivan, Muhlenberg College, USA


    Interact with us! We invite your participation in this panel. If you have any thoughts, reflections, questions, or reactions to any of the presentations or topics discussed in this episode, just reach out to us via Twitter using the hashtag: #AoIR2020PL10. We will reply and get the discussion going via social media.

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    0:00 - Introduction by John Sullivan

    2:25 - Tiziano Bonini, “Podcasting as a cultural form between old and new media”

    15:07 - Dario Llinares, “Podtopian dreams: Sound technology and communication futures”

    22:28 - Brief panel discussion of Bonini & Llinares

    30:20 - Richard Berry, “Formalising the informal: BBC commissions and the shape of podcasts”

    38:45 - Brief panel discussion of Berry

    46:12 - Patricia Aufderheide, “Protecting public podcasting: Are U.S. news, public affairs and learning podcasts at risk?” Find the full paper here: https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/13548

    55:20 - John L. Sullivan, “Market information regimes in podcasting: Formalization and audience metrics”

    1:04:15 - General panel discussion of all presentations

    1:19:45 - Wrap-up by John Sullivan

    1:20:55 - End

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    Tiziano Bonini - email: tiziano.bonini@unisi.it; Twitter @tbonini

    Dario Llinares - email: d.llinares@brighton.ac.uk; Twitter @dariodoublel

    Richard Berry - email: richard.berry@sunderland.ac.uk; @richardberryuk

    Patricia Aufderheide’s slides: https://www.slideshare.net/paufder/does-public-podcasting-have-a-future?qid=e201c428-eac3-48e2-af2e-509b7f618772&v=&b=&from_search=3

    Patricia Aufderheide’s article (open access!):

    https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/13548

    Patricia Aufderheide- email paufder@american.edu  Twitter: @paufder

    John Sullivan - email: johnsullivan*at*muhlenberg.edu; Twitter:@jsullivan47

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    • 1 hr 23 min
    New Aural Cultures presents PhDCasting 8: Practice. Kim Fox, The Podcast Professor

    New Aural Cultures presents PhDCasting 8: Practice. Kim Fox, The Podcast Professor

    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 Eight: July 2020 – September 2020

    As the second year of the PhD draws to a close the practice part of my Practice-based PhD is in full swing. I talk about how the practice is going and some of the themes which my PhD deals with.

    I talk to Kim Fox, Professor of Practice at the American University in Cairo and leading podcast academic. We talk about developments in podcasting, podcasting studies and the podacademics, radio studies, her practice, the impact of COVID on podcasting and more.

    Links

    MeCCSA Radio Studies Network Reading Group: https://radiostudiesnetworkreadinggroup.wordpress.com/

    Kim’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/KimFoxWOSU

    Kim’s recent paper with David O'Dowling and Kyle Miller: A Curriculum for Blackness: Podcasts as Discursive Cultural Guides (Journal of Radio and Audio Media). https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19376529.2020.1801687

    Ehky Ya Masr podcast: https://soundcloud.com/ehkyyamasr

    Podfest Cairo: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Podcast/PodFest-Cairo-102020071378421/

    AUC Diaries: https://soundcloud.com/ohradiogirl/sets/jrmc-4460-f17-aucdiaries


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Fantastic Noise ,

Brilliant series for those interested in podcast studies

A great series that looks at podcast studies and is an excellent accompanyment to the book (which you should all read).

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