“Ripple Effect” – Digital Media Week in AZ

Last week I headed to Arizona State University's Cronkite School of Journalism to participate in the Dow Jones News Fund digital media program with 10 other student journalists who had been selected from around the country. After a few days brushing up on our digital media skills, we got to work reporting on the issue of child drownings in … Continue reading “Ripple Effect” – Digital Media Week in AZ


French Election – Views From Afar

On May 7th, France elected Emmanuel Macron as their new president. But what does Macron offer for France's overseas departments and territories, who have a vote in the election, but often feel like their voices are not heard? In this podcast I take a look at the historical, social and economical factors affecting the French … Continue reading French Election – Views From Afar

Bringing LGBTQ history to life

Eric Marcus, a journalist, author and historian, lives across the street from radio producer Sara Burningham in West Chelsea. With his three-decade-old audio archive of interviews with LGBTQ activists, icons and allies combined with Burningham’s production skills, the two neighbors have created a podcast, “Making Gay History.” The podcast first launched in October 2016 and … Continue reading Bringing LGBTQ history to life