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This post distributes copies of Joseph Cohen’s (2022) “Editing Discussion Podcasts with Audiacy”, a brief tutorial that walks users through the process of compiling and editing their podcast episode using Audacity, a freeware sound editing program. You can download a copy of the program here. The basic principles shown here can be used in other programs, like Adobe Audition.
In this episode, we meet Lori Beckstead, Associate Professor of Media and Director of the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University. Lori is a media scholar who is spearheading work at the intersection of podcasting and scholarship. Her work attempts to develop a “genome of podcasting” to develop a typology of podcast types. It attempts to develop a sense of what kinds of podcasts exists.
Check out Professor Beckstead’s podcast, Open Peer Review.
This post distributes the first edition of our Annex Sociology Podcast Hosting Guide. The purpose of this guide was to help possible collaborators who wanted to try hosting the Annex Sociology Podcast. A newer, more general version is in development.
Today, we meet the gang from a great teaching-oriented sociology podcast, The Social Breakdown, and the three University of Hawaii sociologists who developed it: Ellen Meiser, Penn Patumsinchai, and Omar Bird. We talk about their show, and academic podcasting more generally.
Used from Social Breakdown producers. Fair use.