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One Story, Told Week By Week: Episodic Podcast Storytelling And The Habitat, Charlotte De Beauvoir 2019 Los Andes University, Bogotá

One Story, Told Week By Week: Episodic Podcast Storytelling And The Habitat, Charlotte De Beauvoir

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The rise and success of podcasting introduced episodic storytelling in the world of non-fiction sound narrative. Delivering a story in different entries is very different from producing a one-off piece. What concrete implications does this have for the narrative? And what keeps an audience listening to a podcast, episode through episode? This article offers some answers to these questions via a case study of The Habitat, a 2018 podcast by the American network Gimlet.


Down But Not Out: Tara And George And The Boundaries Of Subjectivity., Hamish Sewell 2019 Storiedland

Down But Not Out: Tara And George And The Boundaries Of Subjectivity., Hamish Sewell

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Set on the streets of London, amidst the snarl of traffic and the clip of passers by, this work is a biographical sound portrait of two homeless people, Tara and George. It is a testament to the parlous state of homelessness in the UK today and is masterful in its execution.

To this work, producer and host Audrey Gillan brings a quality of frank disclosure and decency. Relationships between producers and their subjects are contentious, due to an inherent power differential. Gillan neither portrays Tara and George as archetypes nor as helpless and needy. She knows she is the one ...


The Native American Occupation Of Alcatraz Island: Radio And Rhetoric, Megan Engle 2019 University of Tennessee

The Native American Occupation Of Alcatraz Island: Radio And Rhetoric, Megan Engle

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In order to draw attention to the numerous social and economic plights facing indigenous populations, a group of Native American protesters occupied Alcatraz Island from November 1969 to June 1971. Throughout the nineteen months of occupation, protesters received much attention from the media. While in theory this coverage may have been beneficial, the media presented the story in a largely negative and inaccurate light. Upon review of the literature, it becomes evident that the media used racist and poor journalistic practices to diminish the protest. To counter this biased view, the occupiers released their own news via radio. A comparative ...


Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, Axel Tanner 2019 University of the Pacific

Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, Axel Tanner

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Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, Jennifer Morrow 2019 University of the Pacific

Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, Jennifer Morrow

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A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, Christina Estes-Wynne 2019 University of the Pacific

A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, Christina Estes-Wynne

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Throughout the history of the music industry, women of color have not received the same recognition as their male counterparts because males have dominated the industry resulting in lack of female representation. Women have been oversexualized reducing their clout in their fields and the lack of acknowledgement of success, which discourages future generations of colored women from attempting to reach their highest potential.


Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, Joey A. Tan 2019 University of the Pacific

Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, Joey A. Tan

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The Trending Killer, Diana Ventura 2019 University of the Pacific

The Trending Killer, Diana Ventura

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Why Streaming Is A Good Thing For The Music Industry, Ailey Butler 2019 University of the Pacific

Why Streaming Is A Good Thing For The Music Industry, Ailey Butler

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Censoring Hate In The Music Industry: Shifting Perspectives In Pursuit Of Cultural Equity, Joey A. Tan 2019 University of the Pacific

Censoring Hate In The Music Industry: Shifting Perspectives In Pursuit Of Cultural Equity, Joey A. Tan

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Music is intended to be expressive and unconstrained, a tool of communicating emotion and bridging humanity. As such, censorship is widely despised among music creators, listeners, publishers, distributors, and other music industry stakeholders. “Freedom of expression,” however, proves to be an applicable argument for both sides of the matter when the censorship concerns hate directed at marginalized communities. Analyzing the concept of censorship through the lens of those with privilege and power fails to recognize the extent to which hate speech impacts its victims and the indirect recipients of the message. As a powerful influencer of popular and youth cultures ...


Big Business In The Music Business, Kortney Burton 2019 University of the Pacific

Big Business In The Music Business, Kortney Burton

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The Music Industry Has A Mental Health Problem, Manny Manriquez 2019 University of the Pacific

The Music Industry Has A Mental Health Problem, Manny Manriquez

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Music And Politics: A Potent Combination To Commercial Success?, Veronica Martinez 2019 University of the Pacific

Music And Politics: A Potent Combination To Commercial Success?, Veronica Martinez

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Stream Ripping: A Copyright Infringement Epidemic, Darla Testino 2019 University of the Pacific

Stream Ripping: A Copyright Infringement Epidemic, Darla Testino

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What Is A Music Supervisor?, June Benoit 2019 University of the Pacific

What Is A Music Supervisor?, June Benoit

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Closing The Music Industry Gender Gap, Sami Fong 2019 University of the Pacific

Closing The Music Industry Gender Gap, Sami Fong

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Gender Inequality In The Music Industry, Issadora Tulalian 2019 University of the Pacific

Gender Inequality In The Music Industry, Issadora Tulalian

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15 Seconds Of Fame, Graham McLaren-Finelli 2019 University of the Pacific

15 Seconds Of Fame, Graham Mclaren-Finelli

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Redemption: A Deep Dive Into The Magnum Opus That Saved Kanye’S Career, Graham D. McLaren-Finelli 2019 University of the Pacific

Redemption: A Deep Dive Into The Magnum Opus That Saved Kanye’S Career, Graham D. Mclaren-Finelli

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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: A Journey Inside The Creative Genius Of The Beatles, Kevin Sandri 2019 University of the Pacific

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: A Journey Inside The Creative Genius Of The Beatles, Kevin Sandri

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