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Digitial Age Diaries
27 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
EP. 4- The Political Consultants pt. 2 (Christian Sinderman)
Welcome to part 2 of my 2 part series where I ask visit the political consulting firm Northwest Passage Consulting, and ask my old supervisor and boss about their work, and its relation to digital media. In part 2, I had the pleasure to sit down and talk with Christian Sinderman, NWP's CEO, about his long career as a political strategist, the power and validity of hate symbols that can propagate in digital spaces, and the mobilizing power of digital media on issues like gun violence. I hope you enjoy the episode, and thank you for listening!
32 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
EP. 3- The Political Consultants pt. 1 (Jamie Housen)
In this 2 part episode, I take a trip down to the office of the political consulting firm Northwest Passage Consulting where I interned last summer, to speak to some of the consultants about their work in the arena, and how its been changed by the digital media landscape. In this first episode, I talk with Jamie, the youngest but arguably most informed member of the NWP team, this man pays attention to the news like you wouldn't believe! I hope you enjoy the episode, and remember to listen to part 2 directly afterward, when I talk with NWP's CEO, Christian Sinderman.
58 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Ep. 2- Seattle Politics, Facebook, and Humanizing your Political Opposite (Harrison Louie and Olga Laskin)
On this episode, I talk with my friends and old co-workers Harrison and Olga about the effect Digital Media played on a local city council election we worked on throughout the year. This takes us to the effects Facebook and Twitter have on our political discourse, and then we talk strategy on how to humanize people on the other side of the political aisle.
2 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
Digital Age Diaries- Introduction
What's up world, and welcome to Digital Age Diaries! In this introductory episode, I bring into conversation the main project of this podcast: does Digital Media, in its increasing presence in our lives, do more good or bad for us as modern individuals? Have you ever thought about your relationship with your phone, and whether or not it does you more good than harm? Do you feel like a more informed and articulate individual because of the computer in your pocket, or does it make it easier for you to get distracted?Questions like these are the tip of the iceberg, and in Digital Age Diaries we're taking a deep dive to see how the new innovative technologies of Digital Media can affect our culture, our politics, and ourselves.
51 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
Digital Age Diaries ep. 1 (Mitchell Waltos and Sarah Cerdenas)
Welcome to Digital Age Diaries, a show that explores the exciting opportunities and worrisome outcomes of our Digital Media Age. For this inaugural episode I'm talking with my friends Mitchell and Sarah about what it means to be a mindful digital media consumer, especially when it comes to politics. I ask them where they find a line between staying informed, and becoming desensitized to the news they consume. We talk about our digital media habits, 'social media social justice', the Hong Kong protests, and of course, memes. I hope you enjoy!
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