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May 16, 2005

Podcasting, a trio?

Stephen Baker

Three days to finish those podcasting articles for the magazine, and to create a podcast. Thanks for all the tips, and keep them coming. I sent a note Friday to my journalism school classmates, asking for podcasting suggestions. I got a worried response from Joe Weber, our Chicago bureau chief, who pointed out that lots of our classmates work at the Wall Street Journal. It didn't matter, I said. Already blogging it anyway. This open process is a bit of a shock to our system.

I came across this podcast duet on Rogers Cadenhead's site. It amounts to a sing-along where any blogger can add his or her voice. Might be a chorus by the end of this week.

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Steve

You're right - it's a bit of a shock for a while - but hey - sounds to me like you're getting there...

Posted by: davidcoe... at May 16, 2005 07:32 AM

Does your bureau chief really think noone at the WSJ heard of podcasting before you let it slip to them?

Posted by: Dan at May 16, 2005 05:59 PM

To be fair to Joe, the point wasn't that the Journal hadn't heard about podcasting. It was that if the WSJ knew we were working on a story about it, they would rush to beat us to it. That's why we traditionally try to keep quiet about what we're working on (though when you're asking a thousand people for interviews, it's hard). Also, I should add that the Journal itself ran an article about podcasting that very day, and they mentioned what we told them: that we were planning a special report on it. So on this story, at least, our secrecy is out the window.

Posted by: steve baker at May 16, 2005 06:29 PM


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