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    I may be a little slow to the podcast game, but I blame my extremely short attention span. In no way am I a “books on tape” kind of girl, because then I become “daydream-look at the window –miss half the chapter” kind of girl. So years ago, when my husband suggested I download these podcasts, I dismissed him. Like I smiled and nodded my head and thought about puppies, ice cream cones, and sunshine while he listed a bunch of podcasts I would like. I lumped them together with my attempts to listen to books in the car on my hour commute. Basically, this is what would happen: I would turn the car on and start the chapter, and then I would end up at work and have no idea what I just listened to because I was too busy thinking. I didn’t need to…

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    Sam Harris Analysis

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    What makes this podcasts different from the others over a similar topic is that Sam Harris is highly educated and decides to use his own personal narrative in order to reach his viewers. It could also be because he simplifies his medical terminology in a way that anyone can understand through analogies and metaphors that are given. Podcasts in general are becoming popular in medical education. A recent study from Korean J Medical Education, who has numerous educators voices , “Podcasts are…

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    If people relied more on the outside world, It would be much easier to be sociable in today’s society. It is very easy to get on the internet and talk to someone, work on something, get on social media, and even find a quick answer for a test. Today’s society relies solely on the internet for their answers; when past generations didn 't have it so easy. As Much information as the internet holds, people depend on it too much just because it 's much easier to find what they’re looking for. As…

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    THE DISTRACTION OF TECHNOLOGY Students today spend most of their time using technology without realizing the effect of the issue. Technology is like a drug its addicting students use technology during school and afterschool. Some students use their phones to search up ideas or answers for their homework or other students would rather go on social media. Technology is effecting students grades and their education and there is many…

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    Not all podcasts are great, however, because of the age of smartphones, and iTunes, apps are available. The use of smartphones and Android apps makes podcasting a trend. Students and teachers have Bluetooth connectivity. That connectivity means that students adaption to podcasting begs to question, where will podcasting take us next. Forbes (2015) researches student’s involvement and adaption to podcasting. In the article Beyond lecture capture: Student-generated podcasts in teacher…

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    Podcast Advertising

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    Podcasts are steadily gaining popularity as the number of loyal listeners continues to increase. Advertising agencies, marketing companies and others with a promotional message to share are starting to take notice of the popularity and want to take part in the action. Creating advertisements specifically for podcast episodes provides a business with a chance to extend their reach within a new market segment of their industry. As the growing success of podcasts continue, every business owner…

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    Podcast Immigration

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    An Immigration Story For my creative writing piece I decided to focus on the genre of podcasts. Podcasts are a common medium used to inform and interact with an audience. I choose to do a podcast because my topic at hand, immigration, can be very broad and contains a lot of information. The video format allowed for a more direct connection to the audience. Though the general public could be considered the audience for this piece, I found it more important to target an audience less informed…

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    The Imperfect Podcast

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    Thanks to the lovely people over at The Imperfect Podcast, I have been able to connect with some amazing independent filmmakers, actors, directors, and more. In the case of Tonya Kay, I asked for her an interview the moment I saw that they were interviewing her. Thankfully, Tonya had some time recently to chat with me about the evolution of her career as well as her perspective on life and the pursuit of one's dreams, including her prospects for the future. RH: Why did you choose…

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    Podcast Speech Analysis

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    Podcast Script This photograph was taken in an era where the most defining characteristic of America; freedom, was barraged by the daggers of communism surfacing around the globe. In the 1960’s, American soldiers fought a raging war in Vietnam to protect liberty and freedom on the home-front. With Americans liberties protected, they were able to pursue the American spirit with full force. This image is part of a series called the “Freedom Riders” that Danny Lyon captured and produced. He…

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    H3 Podcast Essay

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    In anticipation of the podcast assignment, I took the time to listen to a few podcasts on my interests. The first podcast I listened to is the infamous “Welcome to Nightvale”, a series of podcast based on a fictional town located in America. Each episode begins with a short description of the town, a greeting from the host, and signature tune. The pilot episode starts off by setting the mood and tone for the podcast. The host talks in a deep and slow voice, almost as if he is reading a…

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