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Published on April 22nd, 2015 | by Kevin

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Episode #61: Serial and the Possibilities of Podcasting

This week on 3620, we have the privilege of sharing a work in progress. Veteran producers and former 3620 hosts Kevin Gotkin and Corrina Laughlin join with new producer Mariam Durrani to have a conversation about the podcast phenomenon known as Serial. But really this episode is about everything that we’re trying to do here at 3620: it’s about sound scholarship, the blurred lines between knowledge production and entertainment in the digital age, affect, voice, and the types of work that new media formats can and cannot accomplish. What you’ll hear is a draft of an audio essay that Kevin, Corrina, and Mariam will be publishing along with a special issue of the journal American Anthropologist, which is truly an incredible feat. Take a listen, I think you’re gonna like it. 

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2 Responses to Episode #61: Serial and the Possibilities of Podcasting

  1. Isabella says:

    Podcasters prefer Koenig don’t think as such, obviously. What they do—regardless of whether it’s 15 minutes or a whole hour committed to a solitary story—is essentially well-announced, account reporting. No doubt about it, however, Serial is unique. The convoluted story of Adnan Syed is a solitary, multi-faceted story that is told through the span of 12 weeks, like accounts we’ve seen fictionalized on TV for a considerable length of time. In the event that that is such an extraordinary method to recount to a story, for what reason is Serial apparently the first digital broadcast to do it? By: Uk Essay Writers.

  2. luna Smith says:

    I think I’m not a pod caster myself, but I’d imagine the most important thing you souls do is route your feed via feed burner. That way you can experiment with different services and setups, but not loose your audience because Essay help
    you’re always using the Feed burner address.

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