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    Honesty, Discomfort, and the Art of Co-Hosting a Podcast: In Conversation with SuChin Pak

    As a veteran journalist and former MTV News Correspondent, SuChin Pak has interviewed some of the world’s most interesting people — from Mariah Carey...

    Putting the Person Before the Story: In Conversation with Natalia Petrzela

    Dr. Natalia Mehlman Petrzela is a historian of contemporary American politics and culture and the host of the podcast Welcome to Your Fantasy. If...

    Is Your Podcast Breaking the Law? In Conversation with Gordon Firemark

    Ever wonder if you’re allowed to use a teeny tiny snippet of a pop song on your podcast without permission? Has the idea of...

    The Sound of Story: In Conversation with Dallas Taylor

    How did they make the Tyrannosaurus Rex sound effects in Jurassic Park? What’s the history of the famous ppppfffppffpfp of a whoopee cushion? Dallas Taylor,...

    What John Cleese Taught Me About Podcasting

    Podcasting is an endlessly creative endeavor. From booking guests to polishing episodes, each step requires our left brains (logical, analytical, and objective) and our...

    Why Being Interviewed Sucks (and How to Fix It)

    There’s a hard truth about interviews we don’t talk much about: Being interviewed sucks. If you’ve been interviewed, you know how nerve-wracking it can be....

    A Podcaster’s Guide to Culturally Sensitive Interviews

    I did it again. I put my foot in my mouth, and my podcast guest was a bit stunned by my culturally insensitive statement....

    How to Create an Accessible Podcast

    We are on the brink of social change throughout the world. Protests and uprisings supporting movements like Black Lives Matter are becoming commonplace in...

    Podcasting on Film: Questions for Femme Regard

    To start off, where does the name “Femme Regard” come from? What does it mean to you? Femme Regard is derived from the French phrase...

    Build Your Own Network: A Q&A with Sheletta Brundidge

    You don't make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.― Shirley Chisholm Recently, all 7 hosts of...

    Transitioning from Interview to Narrative Nonfiction Podcasting

    For the last five years, I’ve produced First Draft with Sarah Enni, a weekly creative writing podcast with a reliable format: one-on-one conversations between...

    Being Timely vs. Being Well

    What happens when your podcast calls for discussion of current events, but those current events hit a little too close to home? Even if...
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