HowSound

The Backstory to Great Radio Storytelling, hosted by Rob Rosenthal, for Transom and PRX.

https://transom.org/topics/howsound/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 19m. Bisher sind 210 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein zweiwöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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Jaw-Dropping Clips


Get your ears on for this episode. Rob presents clips from podcasts that made his jaw drop including Love + Radio, The Ballad of Billy Balls, and Have You Heard George's Podcast.


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Anything Can Happen. That's The Best Part.


Reporting in the field can be chaos. Anything can happen. NPR host Noel King says that's the best part of being a journalist -- chasing a story that's ever-shifting.


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Bellwether's Speculative Journalism


In 2017, producer Sam Greenspan took a leap. He left his producing job at 99% Invisible for... well, he wasn't exactly sure at the time. Now, two years later, Sam's launched Bellwether, a podcast employing speculative journalism to tell stories about the future. The show is a unique mix of reporting, science fiction, and radio drama.


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 21 August 2019  17m
 
 

HowSound Reviews "Song Exploder"


In an effort to try something new, Rob offers another podcast review. This time, "Song Exploder" from Radiotopia.


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 06 August 2019  19m
 
 

HowSound Reviews "Stay Free: The Story Of The Clash"


Despite hours of great material, there are a couple things about Spotify's "Stay Free: The Story of the Clash" that really make Rob cranky.


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 23 July 2019  23m
 
 

The Hidden Work Of An Associate Producer


Who are all those people at the end of an episode of Reply All, given credit for putting it together? One of them is Jessica Yung. She's an Associate Producer. On this episode of HowSound we shine a light on Jessica's hidden work as an AP.


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 09 July 2019  21m
 
 

First, Tell Them An Anecdote


When you have guests as famous and interesting at Tan France, Ramy Youseff, Wazina Zondon, Ryan Harris, and Alia Shawkat, why does the host of Tell Them I Am start each episode talking about herself? Misha Euceph has the answer.


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 25 June 2019  22m
 
 

When The Going Gets Tough, Keep Asking Questions


NPR reporter Uri Berliner breaks from his usual approach to storytelling and finds interviewing his dad about growing up in Berlin in the 1930s to be incredibly difficult and rewarding.


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 11 June 2019  14m
 
 

Some Fav And Not-So-Fav Sounds


Sewage pipes, a radio crime, and sound designing inner thoughts.... Must be another episode of Rob's fav sounds but this time with a twist -- a sound that annoyed Rob to no end. Clips from BBC 3 and Nathanial Mann, Bodies by KCRW,


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 29 May 2019  18m
 
 

Getting Inside Someone Else’s Skin


Mirrors, reindeers, and grave digging. Must be an episode about Cathy Fitzgerald and her distinctive approach to interviewing.


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 14 May 2019  24m