20 episodes

A collaboration between WSHU Public Radio and the CT Mirror, “Long Story Short” goes behind the scenes of public policy journalism in Connecticut. Each week, WSHU’s award-winning senior political reporter Ebong Udoma interviews the journalists and newsmakers presented in the Mirror’s long-form Sunday feature. It’s smart conversation about thoughtful journalism.

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A collaboration between WSHU Public Radio and the CT Mirror, “Long Story Short” goes behind the scenes of public policy journalism in Connecticut. Each week, WSHU’s award-winning senior political reporter Ebong Udoma interviews the journalists and newsmakers presented in the Mirror’s long-form Sunday feature. It’s smart conversation about thoughtful journalism.

    Why do CT cities and towns use 'red flag' law differently?

    Why do CT cities and towns use 'red flag' law differently?

    WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s Dave Altimari to discuss his article written with José Luis Martínez, “CT ‘red flag’ law is being applied unevenly, analysis shows,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 12 min
    Should CT keep its ‘certificate of need’ law for hospital sales?

    Should CT keep its ‘certificate of need’ law for hospital sales?

    WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s Jenna Carlesso to discuss her article written with Katy Golvala, “Fix or nix? CT’s ‘certificate of need’ law under scrutiny,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 7 min
    New Haven is considering a new approach to prevent wage theft

    New Haven is considering a new approach to prevent wage theft

    WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s José Luis Martínez to discuss his article, “A plan to fight wage theft is taking shape in New Haven,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 9 min
    What can CT do to curb opioid overdoses for former and current inmates?

    What can CT do to curb opioid overdoses for former and current inmates?

    WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s Katy Golvala to discuss her article written with Jaden Edison, “Many struggle with addiction during, after incarceration. Will CT use opioid settlement funds to help?,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 8 min
    CT lawmakers look for ways to increase transparency in elder care sector

    CT lawmakers look for ways to increase transparency in elder care sector

    WSHU’s Ebong Udoma spoke with CT Mirror’s Dave Altimari to discuss his article written with Jenna Carlesso, “Lawmakers push for more transparency in nursing home spending,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 9 min
    CT has more than 4,000 dams. Is it time to get rid of some?

    CT has more than 4,000 dams. Is it time to get rid of some?

    WSHU’s Molly Ingram spoke with CT Mirror’s Jan Ellen Spiegel to discuss her article, “Thousands of dams in CT pose risks and challenges,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

    • 11 min

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