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Wow! We love this! Congratulations to these students!
06/12/2020
Chalkbeat New York

Wow! We love this! Congratulations to these students!

Winning NPR's Student Podcast Challenge, these students beat about 2,200 other entries from across the country.

We’re excited to introduce the latest podcast to join our roster: Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris!This week’s episod...
05/30/2020

We’re excited to introduce the latest podcast to join our roster: Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris!
This week’s episode features HH Dalai Lama’s extraordinary advice for the #coronavirus #pandemic 🙏🏽

A bittersweet ending as our friends at @stablegp wrap up @zigzagpod with a 2020 #webby award for Best Host 🏆 We’ll miss ...
05/20/2020

A bittersweet ending as our friends at @stablegp wrap up @zigzagpod with a 2020 #webby award for Best Host 🏆
We’ll miss working on this great podcast. So proud to have been part of it. Onwards and upwards! 💪🏽💃🏽🚀 @jpoyant
@manoushz
@pelicanesque
@mattboynstagram

Thank you to everyone who voted! Congratulations to Proof!
05/20/2020

Thank you to everyone who voted! Congratulations to Proof!

Congratulations to our podcast team behind Proof for winning the People’s Voice award for Podcasts in the Lifestyle category in The Webby Awards for the second year in a row! Listen now on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts: https://cooks.io/2IknpbO

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05/10/2020

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05/05/2020
America's Test Kitchen

We are proud to provide audio services for Proof!

A message from Bridget in her makeshift basement podcast bunker: Proof, our podcast, is up for a very exciting Webby award, and we need your help! 🏆 Cast your vote (it only takes a second!)!

Wow! Great to see audio reporting recognized by the Pulitzer Board. Congratulations This American Life!
05/04/2020
This American Life

Wow! Great to see audio reporting recognized by the Pulitzer Board.

Congratulations This American Life!

Ira here. I’m thrilled to tell you that This American Life just won the very first Pulitzer Prize ever given to audio journalism.

For years now, we’ve been doing serious reporting, including investigative stories. It’s gratifying to be recognized by the Pulitzers for that side of our work.

The episode that won, “The Out Crowd,” ran last November and is about the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. When we started putting it together we knew that elements of that policy had been covered by the press. But a lot of that coverage had come out in drips and drops, as the wonky specifics of the policy changed. Most listeners – hell, most of our own families and friends – had not put together what the policies really meant: tens of thousands of asylum seekers stranded on the other side of the border in shelters, on the streets, and in makeshift encampments. Many get kidnapped by the cartels, in areas the State Department classifies as being as violent and unsafe as Syria and Iraq.

We wanted to document the emotional truth of that, building stories around characters and scenes and story arcs like we have in all our shows. So the episode includes a piece of investigative reporting by Los Angeles Times reporter Molly O’Toole, produced by Nadia Reiman, where she interviewed asylum officers who talked about their discomfort enforcing the policy. She documented the fact that many of them were resigning. There’s also a story by Emily Green, produced by Lina Misitzis, built around remarkable recordings of cartels negotiating ransom for the release of a father and son who’d been kidnapped immediately after being returned to Mexico under the Trump administration’s policy. I reported, with Aviva DeKornfeld, at one of the squalid tent camps that’s sprung up just across the border.

Nadia Reiman produced the episode, with help from Aviva DeKornfeld. Editing from David Kestenbaum, Susan Burton, Ben Calhoun, and others. Fact-checking by Christopher Swetala, Michelle Harris, and Ben Phelan. Mixing by Matt Tierney, Stowe Nelson, and Katherine Rae Mondo. And it really was a group effort for the entire staff, including managers and administrative staff who handled logistics.

It’s an honor to be recognized this way by the Pulitzers. And exciting to win their very first prize for audio reporting. Fun fact: the Peabody Awards were established in 1940 partly because the Pulitzers wouldn’t give out awards to this newfangled medium called radio.

I guess they decided audio journalism is finally here to stay.

There’s a fun new kids and family podcast in town and yours truly, Ultraviolet Audio is behind their scoring, mixing, an...
02/29/2020

There’s a fun new kids and family podcast in town and yours truly, Ultraviolet Audio is behind their scoring, mixing, and sound design! On Season 1 of The Story Seeds Podcast, ten #kidlit and #middlegrade authors will collaborate with ten creative children to grow an original story from their story ideas. Check out the trailer & subscribe at Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. And follow @storyseedspod so that you’re in the know when the first episode drops on March 5th. #kids #family #screenfree #storytime #growyourimagination #storyseedspodcast

Our website is up! 👾Link in bio : ultravioletaudio dot net
02/04/2020

Our website is up! 👾

Link in bio : ultravioletaudio dot net

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09/17/2019

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