The Postindustrial Podcast features conversations with newsmakers about important issues affecting Postindustrial America.
Season 4, Episode 2: Heath Druzin
Journalist Heath Druzin covers anti-government movements and recently finished a stint as the Idaho reporter for the public radio project Guns & America. So what's next for a movement that attempted a coup at the nation's Capitol on Jan. 6? Listen in.
Bonus Episode: John Fetterman
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman's political career started as mayor of Braddock just outside of Pittsburgh and now he's considering a run for the U.S. Senate. Hear him talk legal weed, jobs, and more!
Season 3, Episode 6: David Eastburn
What's it like serving in federal government at a time of great change in the U.S.? In this episode, hear from Lt. Col. David Eastburn, director of marketing and outreach for the U.S. Army, located in New York City. He helps to develop public support for the Army and its soldiers through community outreach and support to veterans and military support organizations from Maine to Washington D.C. He hails from Columbus, Ohio.
Season 3, Episode 5: Kim Palmiero
Why is media literacy so important? With more information at our disposal, shouldn't we be a more informed society? (that's a trick question). Kim Palmiero, CEO & editor-in-chief of Postindustrial, talks to host Carmen Gentile, founder of the company about media literacy. They both spent time at media outlets where fact-checking was required, and the stakes were high for errors. The public should always be able to choose what they read, listen to, or watch. But how do you know what's true — and what's not
Season 3, Episode 4: Ben Lando
Why is local news so vital? Hear from Ben Lando, who covered stories abroad but returned to his native Kalamazoo, Mich. and launched an online news startup, NowKalamazoo.com. He's also the founder of the Iraq Oil Report, which specializes in covering developments in the energy sector, politics, and security in Iraq.
Season 3, Episode 3: sarah huny young
sarah huny young is an award-winning visual artist primarily documenting and exalting Black womanhood and queer communities through portraiture and video, often shooting in locations across the country. She's the artist behind Postindustrial's Fall magazine cover.