Media Girlfriends is a podcast that gives you a behind the scenes look at women who work in media. We talk accomplishments, impostor feelings, making money, intersectionality and sometimes even journalism.
Nana aba Duncan, a radio host and producer, talks to her girlfriends old and new, who work in and around media of all types.
Media Girlfriends is now a network, event series, and scholarship. www.mediagirlfriends.com.
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BONUS: Media Girlfriends Movie Night
A special announcement
Tori Allen as a freelancer is a lot like old Tori, just with more babies
Last year when she had fewer babies, Tori and I sat in the bunkie of a cottage at our annual Lady Camp trip and talked about how living abroad as the 'trailing spouse' means she constantly reinvents herself for work, something she realizes she has always done.
Erica Mandy saw a gap in news podcasts and ran with it
Erica Mandy is a new media girlfriend, from the United States.
Less than a year ago, Erica quit her daily reporting job in Los Angeles to start The Newsworthy with Erica Mandy, a daily 10 minute news podcast.
She explains how she got herself together before jumping ship.
Michelle Parise just barfs her heart out
My longtime work friend Michelle Parise, senior producer at CBC, had a successful first season of her podcast Alone: A Love Story in which she spills her guts about what happened after her husband cheated and her life exploded.
It's not all sad.
Michelle talks about why she made the podcast, her ex-husband's reaction, and the resurgence of artistic expression in her life.
Zulekha Nathoo stays humble in L.A.
Zulekha is one of the most equally humble and quietly ambitious people I've ever known. She talks about life in L.A. with a journalist husband and a 3 year old, and gets deeply honest about her struggle living as a Muslim in the United States.
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The quality of this show is fantastic. Both the production side and also the host are impressive. I met Nana aba Duncan through a work conference and was blown away to hear her talent as an interviewer and see her passion for making each episode five star worthy. Thanks for having me on the show & keep up the great work!