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Book Talk: Scholarly Podcasting: Why, What, How? by Ian M. Cook

I want to bring attention to everyone that there was a virtual book launch for Scholarly Podcasting: Why, What, How? by Ian M. Cook. The book launch was sponsored by Allegra Lab. Ian and other met up on Zoom on April 18. The book launch was recorded with Ian and others having a conversation about the book.

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Seeking Podcast Hosts

New Books in Central Asian Studies (http://newbooksincentralasianstudies.com) and New Books in Eastern European Studies (http://newbooksineasterneuropeanstudies.com) are currently seeking hosts interested in conducting interviews with authors of new books on Central Asian and Eastern European studies, respectively. Hosting NBN channels is a good way to bring the work of scholars to the attention of large audiences.