Not all choices facing podcasters are black and white. We often face moral dilemmas large and small. This tactic might be effective, but is it right? That topic might seem valid, but is it just? And what level of responsibility does a podcaster have when the thoughts and ideas shared on their show spread to the larger world?
January 18, 2021Making More Equity In Podcasting By Stepping Back
Equality in podcasting is a nice-sounding idea that fails in practice. But if enough of us strive for equity in podcasting, that work-in-progress practice that can lead to positive change.
July 22, 2020Fighting Against The Hateful Side Of Podcasting
No one is shocked that hate speech exists in podcasting. Removing it, however, is quite a difficult task. But it doesn’t have to be. If we’re brave enough to make some tough choices when we find it.
July 21, 2020Podcasting For Goodness' Sake
Things aren’t great. But you could use your podcasting powers for good and help worthy causes better tell their stories. (And still have plenty of time to a podcasting powerhouse!)
July 9, 2020It's Time To Address Podcasting's Facebook Problem
Facebook has become an invaluable tool and resource center for many podcasters. But Facebook’s tarnished underbelly is coming under scrutiny, and future increased blowback could negatively impact your podcast.
June 3, 2020It's The Institutionalized Racism, Stupid.
I’m breaking my between-seasons silence for some soul-searching, hard-to-swallow self-criticism, and a recommendation of a podcast you should listen to. Especially if you look and sound like me.
April 1, 2020Ethical Dilemmas Of Working Podcasters
With great podcasting comes great responsibility, Uncle Ben would have said. The one from Spiderman, not Ozark. But there are ethical considerations to make when deciding to exercise that power or not. Let’s discuss.
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