New episode: Worthy of Notice

We have a new episode of Consolation Prize, a podcast about the history of the United States in the world through the eyes of its consuls. In today’s episode, we take a look at some people connected to the consular service who are worthy of notice: the women. We’re telling the story of three women, whose stories range from the very conventional to the very unconventional (at least by the standards of the time). Each of these women contributed something significant to the history of the U.S. consular service, and each deserves to have her story told.

Oral History Summer School: 2 Workshops Now Open for Registration

Oral History Summer School is in session! Registration is now open for two workshops this Spring and Summer. Both workshops are open to all and no experience is necessary. Come all ye documentarians, journalists, artists, media-makers, educators and those looking to learn new things in good company.

 Oral History Online Weekend Mini-Intensive 

April 10 - 11

Instructor: Suzanne Snider 

Podcasting Is Booming? Is this true?

I caught this article in the New York Times titled, "Podcasting Is Booming. Will Hollywood Help or Hurt Its Future?"

I am feeling like the Smiths song "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before."

Here another media format (first it was radio, then stand up comedy to claim the "new frontier" of Podcasting.


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