L.R. Staples, Sarah Lawrence College
A true descendant of older forms of entertainment, this thought-provoking show is making viewers drastically rethink their relationship with technology.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
It’s not all about trucks, beers and hometown girls.
Sam Shepherd, McGill University
This uniquely Canadian podcast and radio show uses the debate format for laughs, and oftentimes, adds some insight into political discourse.
Patrick Murtha, Eastern Connecticut State University
After a harrowing journey to the outskirts of Tajikistan began to parallel the very myth she’d set out to explore, Stanford’s Nicole Bennett-Fite captured the experience for a BBC radio documentary.
Ben Zhang, Duke University
Despite a shifting technological landscape, radio is thriving, hosting more weekly users than Facebook.
Terry Mooney, Ohio State University
With its constant stream of commercials and overplayed pop music, the radio doesn’t have what it takes to survive the next decade.
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