Andy Mills, a producer and reporter with The New York Times who helped create The Daily, talks about how they put together that podcast and what their goals are.
Andy Mills, a producer and reporter with The New York Times who helped create The Daily podcast, shares thoughts about doing narrative work in a new/old medium.
Jina Moore, who has reported from more than 30 countries, was a featured speaker at a 2019 conference in Norway. Here, she talks about finding ways to tell great stories even on deadline. Moore’s stories have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic and Newsweek, among others.
Tara McCarty, director of design for the Tampa Bay Times, talks about a project that ran last year in which she analyzed Taylor Swift’s music and broke down its parts. Here's why and how.
Mario Garcia, an internationally renowned designer and consultant, talks about his message to journalists in the digital age.
This podcast was recorded at a narrative conference in Bergen, Norway. It features tips on how to capture compelling details in the reporting process. Photo by Adrian Nielsen
Two volunteers answer Lane DeGregory's favorite question while on stage, in Norway, before a live audience.
Christopher Goffard of the Los Angeles Times talks about his early inspirations and how he uses the techniques of moviemakers.
Kat McGrory, the Tampa Bay Times’ deputy investigations editor, talks about the steps she takes to make sure everything in a story is accurate.
A conversation with Natasha Kondrashova, a Russian journalist who visited the Tampa Bay Times’ newsroom as part of a program of the International Center for Journalists. She discusses the challenges and limitations of working as a journalist in her country.
Here are tips for how to get a job in journalism, starting with internships. Roy LeBlanc, an assistant metro editor at the Tampa Bay Times, explains what he’s looking for and how he "thins the herd.”
The conversation continues over the best ways to begin stories.
In the beginning
Tampa Bay Times reporter Claire McNeill joins the podcast to discuss her recent story on the battle over abortion in Florida.
For the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we revisit a story told on the 70th anniversary.
Jacqui Banaszynski, editor of the Nieman Storyboard, discusses story forms and how they can help focus your reporting.
Jacqui Banaszynski, editor of the Nieman Storyboard, joins the podcast this week. Banaszynski is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, a former assistant managing editor of The Seattle Times and a longtime professor at the Missouri School of Journalism. She also lectures around the world.
Journalists spend a lot of time writing about politicians, athletes and others who live in the spotlight, but people who don’t generally make headlines sometimes are the most fascinating stories.
The story behind the story of a woman just doing her job, dressed as the Statue of Liberty.