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How we consume and create media is changing faster than ever. The Hearst Demystifying Media Series from the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) at the University of Oregon explores these dynamics. With interviews and guest lecturers from leading media practitioners and scholars, it dives into the latest digital developments and their implications.

Hosted by University of Oregon journalism professor Damian Radcliffe, each episode features leading experts—media practitioners, academics, and researchers— to talk about these global developments. Conversations and guest lectures are recorded at the University of Oregon campus in the Pacific North West.

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Get in touch:
damianr@uoregon.edu
@damianradcliffe
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Demystifying Media at the University of Oregon UO School of Journalism and Communication, Damian Radcliffe

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How we consume and create media is changing faster than ever. The Hearst Demystifying Media Series from the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) at the University of Oregon explores these dynamics. With interviews and guest lecturers from leading media practitioners and scholars, it dives into the latest digital developments and their implications.

Hosted by University of Oregon journalism professor Damian Radcliffe, each episode features leading experts—media practitioners, academics, and researchers— to talk about these global developments. Conversations and guest lectures are recorded at the University of Oregon campus in the Pacific North West.

#demystifying #UOSOJC

Get in touch:
damianr@uoregon.edu
@damianradcliffe
damianradcliffe.com

UO School of Journalism and Communication:
@uosojc

    #63 Demystifying Guest Lecture: Media Access and Political Engagement with Danny Parker

    #63 Demystifying Guest Lecture: Media Access and Political Engagement with Danny Parker

    In this lecture at the University of Oregon, Danny Parker shares her ethnography research at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She details her time spent within deeply impoverished communities researching cultures rooted in political disengagement, stemming from negative interaction with the government and media.

    • 46 min
    #62 Demystifying Media Access and Political Disengagement with Danny Parker

    #62 Demystifying Media Access and Political Disengagement with Danny Parker

    Danny Parker, a PhD candidate at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin Madison discusses her ethnographic research in deeply impoverished communities with cultures rooted in political disengagement and distrust in media.

    • 29 min
    #61 Demystifying Guest Lecture: News and Social Media with Adriana Lacy

    #61 Demystifying Guest Lecture: News and Social Media with Adriana Lacy

    In this lecture at the University of Oregon, journalist and consultant Adriana Lacy speaks to a Media Professions class about the importance of being present on various social media platforms, as well as having a clean digital footprint. She also shares what her experience has been like as a freelancer in social media and brand consulting; and takes questions from students.

    • 58 min
    #60 Demystifying Digital Journalism and Social Media with Adriana Lacy

    #60 Demystifying Digital Journalism and Social Media with Adriana Lacy

    Damian speaks with founder of Journalism Mentors, Adriana Lacy, about how she turned her passion for student journalism into a career in digital journalism and consulting.

    • 29 min
    #59 Demystifying Justice and Power Distribution in Journalism with Gregory Perreault

    #59 Demystifying Justice and Power Distribution in Journalism with Gregory Perreault

    In this episode we hear from digital journalism scholar Gregory Perreault, who discusses how power and justice is distributed among news outlets and reporting niches, and how the internet and digital technology has generated hostility towards journalism.

    • 46 min
    #58 Demystifying Media Guest Lecture: Justice in News Production with Gregory Perreault

    #58 Demystifying Media Guest Lecture: Justice in News Production with Gregory Perreault

    In this lecture at the University of Oregon, journalist and scholar Gregory Perreault shares how digital journalism can be leveraged by hate groups and inadvertently exacerbate hostility in both journalism and society. He also discusses how expectations for digital innovation and aspirational labor can prove untenable - and potentially harmful - for journalists.

    • 55 min

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