Episode 52: Podcast Saga Part 5 - Why Podcasts (And Accessing Them) Matter

Let's talk about why podcasting matters. And also why transcripts matter. Because personally M fail to see the line should be...


Sources:
1. Arendt, Hannah, and Margaret Canovan. The Human Condition. University of Chicago Press, 2012.
2. Jackson, Michael. The Politics of Storytelling: Violence, Transgression, and Intersubjectivity. Museum Tusculanum Press, 2006.
3. Bruzzi, Stella. “Making a Genre: the Case of the Contemporary True Crime Documentary.” Law and Humanities, vol. 10, no. 2, 2016, pp. 249–280., doi:10.1080/17521483.2016.1233741.
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Episode 51: Podcast Saga Part 4 - What about the audience?

Sometimes it's easy to fall into cynicism and say that people just want free sh** even and especially podcasts, but there's a bit more to it than that when you consider the whole picture.

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Podcasts Mentioned
Welcome to Night Vale
Alice Isn't Dead
Within the Wires
Lore (in passing)
The 12:37
Caravan

And... Maybe you want to check out The Oracle of Dusk?

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Sources:
1. Access the Pod on Twitter https://twitter.com/AccessthePod

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Episode 50: Podcast Saga Part 3 - Barriers of Entry, What are they?

Can anyone make a podcasts? Yes and No...

What's the actual barrier of entry to podcasting?

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Podcasts Mentioned
Welcome to Night Vale

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Sources:
1. Thompson, Dennis F. 2010. Representing future generations: political presentism and democratic trusteeship. Critical Review of International and Political Philosophy 13(1): 17-37. https://dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/9464286

2. YouTube’s Panics

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/8541020/youtube-momo-videos-ads-demonetised/


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Episode 49: Podcast Saga Part 2 - The Beginning

[This script was initally me tracking patents. Woo boy, that was a bad idea.]

Today, M lays out the moment Podcasts came to be and the beast Apple created when it got involved.

Sources:

1. Miller, Martin. “'Podfather' Plots a Radio Hit of His Own.” LA Times, 21 May 2006, www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2006-may-21-ca-podfather21-story.html.

2. “Apple Takes Podcasting Mainstream .” Apple, 28 June 2005, www.apple.com/newsroom/2005/06/28Apple-Takes-Podcasting-Mainstream/. \

3. The Game Theorist. Game Theory: Is YouTube Killing Pewdiepie and H3H3...and Everyone?, 10 Dec 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyHaMVRgBV0

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Episode 48: Podcast Saga Part 1 - Are They Just Radio 2.0?

Today, we're going to start something "epic" (hard quotes). M wants to begin to dissect what made audio fiction podcasting in the first place, what gives it its appeal, and what makes it the cultural force that it is.

And we're going to start by clarifying if these shows are all just radio dramas reborn.

Audio Fiction Referenced:
Among the Stars and Bones
Alice Isn't Dead
Within the Wires

Sources:
1. Meyer, Erin A. “'Blogs Give Regular People the Chance to Talk Back': Rethinking 'Professional' Media Hierarchies in New Media.” New Media & Society, vol. 14, no. 6, 2012, pp. 1022–1036.
2. Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press, 2016.


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Episode 47: Eleanor & Park (And all... "difficult" books)

Today, we're going to shake things up a bit and dive not into something M loves but something M hates: book banning, specifically when it's done to "protect" the children from certain facts of reality.

Topic for Today's Episode:
Eleanor & Park (2013) by Rainbow Rowell

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Episode 46: I am going to make it through this year...

Today, M vows to make it through this year and also explains why that is important...

Topic for Today's Episode:
Songs from The Mountain Goats
-"This Year" from The Sunset Tree
-"The Best Death Metal Band out of Denton" from All Hail West Texas

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The Poisonwood Bible - And the Line-Work Therein

Today, M talks about a book she used to love. We mean REALLY love. But that was a while ago, not at a crossroads but an intersection that could be called brief but beautiful.

Topic of Today's Episode:
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

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Mary and Max (And Someone I "Lost")

Today, M talks about a movie that both represents connection and disconnection. Has a movie ever cost you a relationship? Or was it just an inability to understand?

Topic of Today's Episode:
Mary and Max (2009) dir by Adam Elliot

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Mob Psycho 100 - My Version of 100...

Today, M is going to resort to word vomit to try and explain why she loves a specific nime so much. Yeah... she's not that optimistic this is going to work.

Promised link:
"Audiobook" by Neil Hilborn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za7_KZ0isjQ

Topic of Today's Episode:
Mob Psycho 100 - Find it on Crunchyroll

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Anna Karenina - The Book as a Review Subject

Today, M is going to tell you something stupid she did in high school. This should be an episode about Anna Karenina, but things are going to go off the rails. Because, you know, we all had that one English paper....

Topic of Today's Episode:
Anna Karenina (1878) by Leo Tolstoy

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Episode 41: Palimpsest - Something to Consider...

Today, M jumps into a podcast that she feels a deep philosophical and almost spiritual bond with. Of course... that's just her perspective. But it helps her explain herself which is always great.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Palimpsest (Find it wherever you are listening my voice.)

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Episode 40: A Jane Eyre Type Tale (Maybe)

Today, M could talk about Jane Eyre, but it feels like there's nothing more she could offer. Unless you want to talk about the upholstery in the novel... So how about a story about when she kind of felt like Jane Eyre.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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Episode 39: Justifying Your Netflix Binges

Another double feature? Well, something need to be looked at from different angles. Fortunately, we can always rely on Netflix when we need a lot of content. But that's a part of the problem isn't it?

Look, there is a lot to learn, though. About seeing and perception and the way we receive stories. So today, M looks at two movies with a strong visual element, using that term loosely, of course.

Topic of Today's Episode:

Bird Box (2018)

Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened (2019)

[Both Neflix Originals]

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Episode 38: Pokemon and Hetalia - The Different Journeys We Take (Assuming We Do Anything...)

Is life really an adventure? Or is there a different approach. On today's episode, M tries to explore this question through two series that have absolutely no business being meshed. In fact, Hetalia might not have any business even existing, but that's a little extreme

Topic of Today's Episode:
Pokemon
Hetalia


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Episode 37: Alice Isn't Dead - The Power of Our Voices

Today, M talks about something she's not good at. Talking. Actually, managing her voice and why that really matters. Because what could have just been disappointment was really a lesson she'd been putting off for a while.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Alice Isn't Dead (2018) by Joseph Fink


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Episode 36: P.S. I Love You (From Wherever I'm Sending This)

Today, M embodies the true spirit of the podcast and talks about an unexpected takeaway from a movie. In fact, it's more than unexpected... Maybe she's full of hot air, but she's also full a great deal of hurt and pain that her friends never quite understood. It's just hard to lose a loved one, be it a parent or spouse.

Topic of Today's Episode:
P.S. I Love You (2007) dir by Richard LaGravenese

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Episode 35: Welcome to Night Vale - Unless You're Time... Time is not welcome (Part 2)

Today, M continues her discussion of the sack of spiders that was gradual school. Wait, no. Not spiders. It was a time of confusing emotions and transitions. This time, dear, we're talking about mothers and mothering someone who is constantly changing. Which isn't easy, especially for M's mom. Because M came home from college a completely different shape.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Welcome to Night Vale (2015) by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

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Episode 34: Welcome to Night Vale - Unless You’re Time… Time Is Not Welcome

Today, M explores the biggest regret she almost had. But she was twenty-two. And she had been for a while... And she had also been a student for as long as she could remember. Sure, things don't work in Night Vale like you may expect, but nothing's that straight forward in our communities either.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Welcome to Night Vale (2015) by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

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Episode 33: On Revolution (Of Various Types)

Today's episode has been a long time coming, but that didn't make it any easier to produce once the time finally came. So in this belated holiday special, M revisits the ultimate "gift" or the best gift she had ever (unintentional) received and a thank you she never properly gave.

Topic of Today's Episode:
On Revolution (1963) by Hannah Arendt

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