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The Podcast Studies Podcast (formerly New Aural Cultures)


Analysing and contextualising podcasts from a Media and Cultural Studies standpoint. Produced and hosted by Dario Llinares (@dariodoublel) and Lori Beckstead (@lbeckste).

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Peer Review Podcasting Part 2: reflections

Dec 4 • 01:01:46

How well do podcasts work as a medium for scholarly peer review? In the previous episode, Hannah McGregor and Ian M. Cook provided peer review on Lori Beckstead's draft chapter Context is King: Podcast Packaging and Paratexts. Now we're following up to discuss how well we think this method went. Dario Llinares leads us in a discussion about the affordances and limitations ...

Peer Review Podcasting Part 1: a real-time peer review of scholarly work

Dec 4 • 57:43

Host Lori Beckstead submits her draft chapter Context is King: Podcast Packaging and Paratexts for a real-time peer review on this podcast. Peer reviewers Hannah McGregor and Ian M. Cook give their impressions and suggestions, unpacking Lori's theoretical framework looking at the various media surrounding the podcast audio through the lens of Gerard Genette's paratext theo...

Cross-Disciplinary Student Collaboration: Podcasting about Criminology

Nov 19 • 01:13:12

We're excited to share a podcast submitted to us by Robin Davies, Professor of Media Studies at Vancouver Island University. Originally broadcast as a radio program on CHLY FM in Nanaimo, British Columbia, it features a series of short podcasts that were created as a cross-disciplinary assignment between Criminology students taught by Professor Lauren Mayes and Media Studi...

Terry Lee (Fantastic Noise)

Nov 4 • 01:07:38

In this episode, Dario talks to Terry Lee. Terry is Senior Tutor in Radio & Audio at the University of Bedfordshire and is also responsible for the award-winning Radio LaB 97.1FM. He has had a long career in independent and commercial radio including managing Norwich's Future radio. In 2018, he started Fantastic Noise a podcast primarily aimed at students studying radio, a...

Generative Podcasts

Oct 14 • 01:21:20

How about a podcast that creates itself? Or an episode that changes each time you newly download it? Generative podcasts, created with programming, AI, and dynamic insertion technologies are not yet commonplace, but could they be? Lori speaks to Jeff Emtman and Martin Zaltz Austwick, creators of Neutrinowatch, about how and why they created this generative podcast and how ...

Podcast Studies Presents PhDCasting 11: Extension. Dr Abigail Wincott, spatial audio, past sounds

Sep 23 • 49:30

PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast talks about the experience of completing a PhD, from the perspective of a research student: the milestones, the emotional highs and lo...

New Orality in the African Mediascape, with Dr. Reginold Royston

Sep 16 • 01:21:38

Welcome to the first episode of the new season of The Podcast Studies Podcast (formerly New Aural Cultures). We are absolutely delighted to have Dr. Reginold Royston on the show, whose article Podcasts and New Orality in the African Mediascape is the focus of the discussion. ...

Ep33 In conversation with Dr. Gina Baleria (creator of News in Context podcast)

Jul 23 • 59:52

Bias in the news is a hot topic and is the focus of News in Context, a weekly podcast focused on discussing the issues that impact how information is delivered, how we consume it, and how that affects our interactions with each other. In this episode, Prof. Lori Beckstead talks to creator and host of News in Context Dr. Gina Baleria. A former broadcast and digital journali...

Podcasting's transforming infrastructure.

Jun 11 • 49:43

Dario is joined in this episode by two of the leading lights of Podcast Studies to discuss some of the major changes in podcasting infrastructure and their implications. Apple’s decision to add a mechanism for paid subscriptions to its podcasting architecture is a move that is arguably as significant as when the iTunes first specified podcasting in its audio listening dire...

Emerging Research in Podcast Studies

May 28 • 01:17:32

The role of early career researchers is absolutely fundamental to the emergence and future development of “Podcast Studies”. And today I’m delighted to be joined by two such scholars whose own research is expanding the horizons of how podcasting is being theorized and analysed, AND, who are providing organisation, leadership & support for other ECRs in podcasting. This is ...

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