September 22, 2021
Spotify and the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute teamed up to provide students with a comprehensive overview of podcasting. In this course, Podcasting and Audio Storytelling, they work with industry professionals, learn technical skills, and study audio story development. And by the end, students produce their own three-minute show pitch. Here, Jennifer Sanchez, a Journalism and Romance Languages double major, and Chinenye Onyeike, a Media, Culture, and Communication major, share their experiences from this course and what it means to have their own platforms.
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