In the second part of Tricky’s deep-dive into the relationship between news publishers and tech platforms, Jezebel founding editor Anna Holmes joins Heather and Emily to talk about the glory days of blogs, the evolution of women’s digital spaces (RIP Rookie), and what was lost when commenter culture moved to Facebook and Twitter. We also discuss the legacy of Gawker Media, what recent layoffs at digital publishers mean for the industry, and Anna’s escape from the 24-hour news cycle as the editor of Topic, an online magazine that publishes once a month.
An Indigenous Mexican poet has written a powerful love song to her threatened Zapotec language, a young rapper has taken her poem and transformed it into hip hop.
This week, we’re presenting some of the best work from across our network. In this series of The Imposter, host Aliya Pabani decides that to learn more about comedy, she’s going to learn how to be a comedian.
Podcast episodes of the audio documentary series Valley of Smoke, including
credits, description, and background for each show.
In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese boat refugees were stranded on a deserted island without food, water, or shelter. Carina Hoang never, ever thought she would return…
Cowboy Poet Laureate of the West, Dalton Wilcox is back to try his hand at another podcast pilot. This time, he is doing his own re-watch podcast of the classic tv show, Bonanza! On this episode Dalton is joined by his old old old friend, Bartleby Mokay, as well as his reluctant city slickin’ book publisher, Russell Shine to discuss the pilot of Bonanza! Later, they welcome The Journeymen to hear tell of their adventure in making the Bonanza sequel, Moonanza! Special guests: Sean Conroy, Paul F. Tompkins, Jeremy Carter, Mark McConville, Tony Thaxton, Daniel Michicoff, and James BladonYou can binge listen to the entire season now on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/andy and use promo code ‘ANDY’.This episode is brought to you by Heineken.
Let’s Talk New Mexico 8/24 8a: Many people across the country have their eyes on the fate of confederate monuments but what about the fate of our monuments
Adam Entous and Jon Lee Anderson on the unexplained brain injuries that afflicted dozens of American diplomats and spies stationed in Cuba.
(in order of appearance)Artist – Title
Kate NV – Bells Burp
Shy Layers – Tomorrow
PXA – Building 7
Ursula K. LeGuin & Todd Barton – A Music of the Eighth House
Kate NV – Grass in the Woods
Palmbomen II – Gerd Thomas
Christopher Wilits – Nucleus
Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada and Friends – Niagara
Palmbomen II – John Lee Roche
Christopher Willits – Tonal
Generator 6 – Keith Fullerton Whitman
Generator 1 – Keith Fullerton Whitman
It was right there in front of you
was produced by sound artist Camilla Hannan. All source material is from field recordings made by the artist over the last year or so. This piece airs for the first time on Constellations.
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