It’s All Journalism is a weekly podcast about the changing state of digital media. Each episode you’ll hear working journalists talk about how they do their jobs. They also discuss the latest trends in journalism and how they impact our democratic society.
What's it like on the Senate beat?
Zach Cohen is the Senate correspondent for the National Journal, also appearing on cable news stations on behalf of his publication. He talks with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about why he studied international service in college, how to set up a weekly schedule for coverage and why it's important to have trusted sources who get used to your questions.
Digital melted mainstream media's ice cream moment
Michael Hainsworth is a Toronto-based podcaster who left a 20-plus-year broadcast career to embrace all digital media has to offer. He talks with It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell about the fear mainstream media has for digital, why that’s a bad idea and how the ice cream moment has melted.
Keeping journalists safe is a priority for former EMT
Christopher Post spent 20 years as a first responder before changing careers and becoming a video journalist. He talks with It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell about how journalists can develop situational awareness and be safe when covering potentially dangerous stories.
Washingtonian staff solidifies its voice by forming a union
Jessica Sidman and Daniella Byck of the Washingtonian Magazine were two of the publication's staff who participated in a one-day work strike in May. They talk with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about the unexpected opinion piece published in the Washington Post by the magazine's chief executive that served as a catalyst for the work stoppage and the formation of a new union for employees.
Top journalism movies ranked by The Quill, Midwest Film Journal
Lou Harry and Nick Rogers are two of the film buffs behind The Quill's 110 journalism movies ranked. They talk with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how the movies were selected, the films that were left on the cutting room floor and why Superman needed to be included.
Podcasting is the last frontier of the open internet
Benjamin Bellamy is the the CEO and founder of Ad Aures, an organization that creates fair and sustainable ecosystem for the podcasting industry, and leader of the Castopod hosting platform. He joins It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell to discuss the importance of the open internet and why podcasting is one of the last examples of what made the "old" internet powerful and exciting.
one of my favorites
its all journalism is a great way to make my long drive to work more fun! this is one of my go-to podcasts for long drives or boring afternoons. each guest has interesting stories to share and listening only furthers my passion for writing and journalism. great work on the podcast and i look forward to hearing more!!
On-point and insightful
It's very helpful to hear how other journalists, newsrooms and media organizations are doing creative and important work; connecting with their communities in new ways; and approaching many of the same issues we face. The guests are inspiring and informative, and the topics are well-chosen. Great show.
The inside scoop on the inside scoop
A pretty great listen for journalists at all different points of their career. The sources interviewed are credible as well which makes this podcast even more top notch.