From the Vault: The Black Press & the Fight for Racial Justice
Journalism History
by AEJMC
1w ago
In a throwback to an episode in our vault, author Fred Carroll describes the evolution of African American newspapers after the commercial and alternative Black press began to cross over in the 1920s. The transcript is Episode 72 at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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Episode 137: First Lady of the Black Press
Journalism History
by AEJMC
3w ago
Historian Jinx Broussard discusses the career of Ethel Payne and the book African American Foreign Correspondents, A History. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast  ..read more
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From the Vault: Eisenhower: The Public Relations President
Journalism History
by AEJMC
1M ago
In a throwback to an episode in our vault, author Pam Parry discusses how President Dwight Eisenhower embraced public relations as a necessary component of American democracy and advanced the profession at a key moment in its history. The transcript is Episode 25 at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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Episode 136: Kent Cooper’s Associated Press
Journalism History
by AEJMC
2M ago
Gene Allen, professor emeritus at Toronto Metropolitan University, charts the career of Kent Cooper, who joined the Associated Press in 1910 before climbing the ranks and becoming its executive director. Allen describes how Cooper expanded the AP's overseas operations and fended off competing wire services such as the United Press during his more than four decades with the AP. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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From the Vault: Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus
Journalism History
by AEJMC
2M ago
As a holiday tradition, we re-air our episode where hosts of the Journalism History podcast come together for a special Christmas episode that tells the story of an 8-year-old girl and the most reprinted editorial in the English language. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast/.  ..read more
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From the Vault: The History of Food Journalism
Journalism History
by AEJMC
3M ago
In this throwback from our vault, food journalism expert Kim Voss discusses the significance of food history and the story behind New York Times food writer Jane Nickerson and her food section from 1942-1957. The transcript for this episode is at Episode 59 at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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Episode 134: Myth, Memory, Media Mourning and the Kennedys
Journalism History
by AEJMC
4M ago
Researcher Carolyn Kitch discusses her article, “A Death in the American Family: Myth, Memory and National Values in the Media Mourning of John F. Kennedy Jr.” Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast  ..read more
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From the Vault: Finding Ghosts in Newspapers
Journalism History
by AEJMC
4M ago
In this throwback from our vault, we trace American newspapers’ fascination with ghosts back to the 1800s with historian Paulette D. Kilmer. The transcript for this episode is at Episode 62.5 at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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Episode 133: The 1948 Presidential Election
Journalism History
by AEJMC
5M ago
Historian Cayce Myers describes the tactics used by the press in explaining its errant coverage of the 1948 presidential election, drawing parallels and distinctions between the strategies used in 1948 and 2016. Show transcripts are available at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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From the Vault: Intimidation Through Libel Law
Journalism History
by AEJMC
5M ago
In a throwback to an episode in our vault, historian Aimee Edmondson describes how opponents of the Civil Rights movement weaponized libel law for decades to squelch free speech and silence African American dissent. The transcript is available at Episode 56 at at https://journalism-history.org/podcast ..read more
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