Podcasting continues to be a great way to reach your audience and dive deep into topics. Hear from journalists who have embraced the platform for their work.
Ana González, from Radio Lab, and formerly The Public’s Radio’s Mosaic host.
Ana González is an award-winning podcast producer and host living in Rhode Island. Currently, she is the Senior Producer for Blindspot, an investigative series from WNYC and The History Channel. She also produced Terrestrials, a kids podcast hosted by Lulu Miller from Radiolab. Before moving to WNYC, Ana was the founding producer and host of Mosaic, a podcast on immigrant experiences from The Public’s Radio.
Ed Fitzpatrick, Boston Globe Rhode Island Bureau
Edward Fitzpatrick is a Boston Globe staff writer covering Rhode Island. He worked for 16 years at the Providence Journal, including eight years as the political columnist and five years as the courts reporter.
Carlos Virgen, assistant managing editor for audience development at The Day
Carlos Virgen is a journalist with more than 16 years of experience in audience engagement, data analysis, and multimedia production. He is the assistant managing editor for audience development at The Day in New London, CT where he is one of the podcast producers. He is also an adjunct journalism instructor at UConn, where he teaches podcasting.
Janine Weisman, Editor-In-Chief at States Newsroom, Rhode Island
Janine Weisman is the Editor-In-Chief at States Newsroom, Rhode Island, and adjunct professor and newspaper adviser in the journalism program at Roger Williams University. She is a former editor for the Newport Mercury and Senior Digital Editor-Producer at GateHouse Media.
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