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Making A Difference - a Junction Journalism podcast.Student journalists from 27 universities in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific report on issues that affect individuals, communities and broader society. The stories take a constructive approach. They don't shy away from the issues but they also explore solutions and better ways of working. Released December 2020.
 
Bushwick Junction is an interview-style show in which guests tell the stories of their lives as a series of decisions. Starting at the beginning, host Asha Saluja maps the road between birth and airtime, focusing on the big choices that led us to where we are. Is our destination fated, or can our direction at any given junction change our course forever?
 
Mediapolis Now is the podcast channel of Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture. Like its parent journal, our podcast puts media and the city into conversation. We are interested in how scholars, artists and other practitioners see the practices, rhythms and motilities of the city through patterns of media use, exposure and desire; and who approach media forms, representations, infrastructures and industries as intrinsic aspects of urban living. Our channel hosts three series, all explo ...
 
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This is a repost of Mack Hagood’s conversation with Shannon Mattern in 2017 on her book Code and Clay, Data and Dirt: Five Thousand Years of Urban Media. When it was first published, it was the first audio interview to appear on Mediapolis. It was also a preview of the podcast Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound, co-hosted by Hagood with poet and med…
 
In this episode of the Mediapolis Now Voices series, we speak with Zlatan Krajina and Deborah Stevenson. Zlatan is based at the University of Zagreb, in Croatia, where he is Assistant Professor of Media Studies. His work has focused on urban screens, media and everyday life and qualitative methodologies. Deborah is based at Western Sydney Universit…
 
This episode is a recording of a discussion held at the July 2019 London: Gateway to Cinema and Media Studies symposium. Hosted by Pamela Wojcik, the event features panelists Kulraj Phullar, Malini Guha, and Charlotte Brunsdon. It was produced by Brendan Kredell. This episode is from the archives of Mediapolis Live, precursor podcast to Mediapolis …
 
This episode is an interview with Dora Apel, author of "Beautiful Terrible Ruins: Detroit and the Anxiety of Decline." Speaking with founding Mediapolis co-editor Brendan Kredell, Apel discusses her notion of the "deindustrial sublime" and the nomenclature of ruin photography. This episode is from the archives of Mediapolis Live, precursor podcast …
 
This is a part recording of the March 2018 event "Film, Media, and Toronto’s Built Environment" presented at the University of Toronto during that year’s Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference and organized by Mediapolis‘ own Stanley Corkin. In this episode, you hear the most utopian presentation of the night, from the second panellist, fi…
 
This is a part recording of the March 2018 event "Film, Media, and Toronto’s Built Environment" presented at the University of Toronto during that year’s Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference and organized by Mediapolis‘ own Stanley Corkin. In this episode, you hear the first participant, Jane Corkin, founder of Toronto’s Corkin Gallery, …
 
In episode 3 of ‘Making A Difference’, we consider the things that are important to us – large and small – and the difference they make in people’s lives. Hosts: Rosa Ritchie and Blake Danilczak Reporters: Eamon Moore, Dylan Crismale, Lauren Basto, Emma Thompson, Youssef Saudie and Matt Parnell. Music: Katrina Liston (Original score for ‘The youth …
 
In episode 2 of ‘Making A Difference’, we report on the little people (and creatures) who often don’t have a voice. There are stories about Australia’s endangered wildlife; people with a disability; older people in forced isolation the victims of crime too afraid to speak; and the women who suffer with an ‘invisible illness’. They all deserve to be…
 
This first episode of ‘Making A Difference’ looks at vulnerability – the many ways it can affect us and the way we respond. There are stories about drinking through Covid lockdowns; the health of Indigenous children; the victims of revenge porn; the strong, sporty types who bottle-up their struggles; and the refugees’ stories of trauma and healing.…
 
Abbi Coulter is an Aussie transplant, advertising project manager, part-time cosmetolgist, dog mom, and cancer survivor. She tells us she envies people who make decisions easily, but in hindsight realizes that she's approached her most pivotal moments with impressive decisiveness. And she shares that her version of a happy ending is a life where sh…
 
Amna Shamim is a digital nomad who works remotely from all over the world as a writer and visibility consultant. She tells us about a big decision she was entrusted with as a child, and then about a relative lack of decisionmaking as a young adult, when she took the life steps that came most easily to her. But the decisions that formed the life she…
 
Audio producer Cher Vincent tells us about the courage it took to walk away from what she thought was her path, not once but twice: first, getting into her dream medical school but deciding not to go, then, leaving the career she chose instead in education. But when you're as curious about the world as Cher is, you never run out of options.…
 
Billy Crosby's tone is deceiving: in this episode, he tells us his heavy lifestory with a lighthearted ease. He felt isolated as a young person, got fired from his dream job, got married and divorced two times over, and battled addiction and depression all the while. Why so cheerful, then? Because in recent years, Billy has found comfort and succes…
 
April Soetarman is an experience designer, architect, and creator of art experiments with code, words and guerrilla street art at WeirdSideProjects.com. One of her latest projects feels right at home on Bushwick Junction: it's an exhibit called the Museum of Almost Realities, a collection of artifacts from the life you might have had. We talk about…
 
Conceptual artist and professional DJ Maria Chavez shares the story of her life's work in sound. From a condition at birth that affected her relationship to sound, to a not-quite-satisfying experience in the Houston underground electronic scene, Maria knew she needed an artistic outlet that made room for her indidviduality. So when she discovered a…
 
Chicago Figueroa is a barber and musician who's on a mission to be happy. We talk through Chicago's past lives as a raver, a goth, an audio engineer, and a female-presenting person before taking hormones and getting top surgery. Listen as we talk through taking your well-being into your own hands, and jam to Chicago's band, Permanant Wave.…
 
Christian Larson-Sokaris is a social entrepreneur and software developer living in Brooklyn. Before that he was a fundraiser and consultant for non-profits, and before that a lobbyist and advocate in the fields of civil rights and criminal justice reform. He found these fields after leaving behind his adolescent dream of being an academic, as well …
 
Musician and actor Samuel Cieri realized something important younger than most: no one can stop you from walking out of the life prescribed to you and choosing one that makes you happy instead. He first exercised this knowledge by walking out of high school and never returning. He tells us about the unconventional life that followed, working as a p…
 
Rinat Sherzer, social entrepreneur and founder of Of Course Global, spent much of her adulthood following her heart around the world. From using her engineering degree to become a bartender, to leaving behind a successful career to travel, to uprooting her life from Israel to the US, she's made plenty of decisions that didn't make sense to everyone…
 
Uluç Ulgen, host of RFB podcast Murmur, talks about a tough childhood as an immigrant in Minnesota. His alienation led to a love of music, which in turn led to him once falling onto Prince. Yes, that Prince! The real story here though is one of self-reflection in adulthood, and the adoption of a framework that would allow Uluç to pay forward kindne…
 
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