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Projeto Querino mostra como a história com um olhar afrocentrado explica o Brasil de hoje. Na foto, Rogero entrevista Vania Guerra, descendente de africanos escravizados e líder de uma comunidade quilombola no litoral do Rio de Janeiro. Foto: cortesia Angelica Paula/Projeto Querino

Podcast Querino Project celebrates Black protagonism in Brazilian history and reaches over 800 thousand downloads

In addition to the podcast, the Querino Project has a series of feature articles published in the Piauí magazine. More than 40 professionals worked for two years and eight months on the research and production. Inspired by the New York Times' Project 1619, Querino brings an Afro-centric look at the history of Brazil to contribute to the understanding of the country's current political and social challenges.

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‘You know you owe those people a great deal. Above all, to write the story as faithfully as you can’: Daniel Alarcón, 2022 Maria Moors Cabot Award

Peruvian-American journalist Daniel Alarcón will receive the Maria Moors Cabot Award from Columbia University on Oct. 11. Alarcón spoke with LJR about the significance of this award, the success of the podcast Radio Ambulante, advice for younger journalists, and about his personal and family projects.

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Documentary and narrative podcasting offers great opportunities for investigative journalism, experts say

Although more and more media outlets are launching their 'daily' podcasts, some surveys and success stories show the real opportunity for journalism lies in documentary podcasts, containing attractive narrative elements and sound design, podcast specialists from Argentina, Brazil and Mexico agreed.

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‘Crooked Power’ podcast tells personal version of historic case: newspaper El Universo vs. former president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa

Via a podcast, César Pérez Romero, son of one of the directors of the Ecuadorian newspaper El Universo, decided to tell from a more personal perspective what was behind the historic case of the newspaper against then-president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, during one of the most difficult times for freedom of expression in that country.

Tamar Charney, Rebeca Ibarra, Sarah Feldberg, and Maggie Penman at ISOJ 2022. Credit_ Patricia Lim_Knight Center

Digital audio journalism: new audiences, more interactivity and up-to-date news

Major newspapers such as the Washington Post and the San Francisco Chronicle have embraced the podcast as a way to engage readers and reach new audiences. The newly released Insider's The Refresher uses new technology to deliver fresh and up-to-date podcast news. At the same time, social audio platforms such as the Clubhouse present themselves as undiscovered opportunities for journalism.

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Podcast from Special Rapporteur encourages audiences to embrace freedom of expression standards in the Americas

Through its podcast Deliberante, the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression encourages audiences to embrace Inter-American standards and especially learn the stories behind them.

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Latin American podcasts on femicide show systemic violence and institutional failures

The narrative journalism podcasts Praia dos Ossos and The Red Note start with crimes committed decades ago, to address a reality that persists in the region: systemic violence against women and a macho culture that blames the victims

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Argentine podcast that was born in quarantine promotes and strengthens training program that bets on mobile journalism

The idea that journalists and communications professionals are part of a virtuous circle and can learn from each others’ failures and successes motivates Redacciones4G – Podcast

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‘The Power of Digital Audio Storytelling:’ Sign up for free online course for journalists on podcasts and voice assistants

“The Power of Digital Audio Storytelling: From Podcasts to Voice Assistants” is a four-week course that runs from Oct. 26 to Nov. 29, presented for free thanks to support from Knight Foundation.

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Podcasts emerge to educate and empower Latin American communities about COVID-19

While the pandemic becomes part of people’s daily lives all around the world, media outlets and individuals are creating podcasts to educate their communities about COVID-19.