A proliferation of podcasts

A podcasting home studio featuring a microphone, laptop computer, and on-air lamp.
WSU Insider's podcast directory features collections of podcasts produced by and about Washington State University.

The array of podcasts centered on WSU stories and subject-matter experts continues to grow with the latest addition focusing on the art form of radio storytelling.

Re-Imagined Radio, created and curated by John Barber, a digital technology and culture professor at WSU Vancouver, emphasizes the power of dialogue, sound effects and music in the art of storytelling. The podcasts most recent episode includes samples of Christmas radio programs from as far back as 1939.

From conversations with artists and farmers to examinations of topics like food safety and forestry, WSU’s podcasts span a wide array of topics and styles. In addition to podcasts produced by WSU faculty and staff, the page includes a selection of programs produced about the university from alumni and community members.

The podcast page is continuously updated with new programs as they premiere.

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