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Friday, August 10 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
POC Podcasts in the Era of Identity-Based Journalism

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With podcasts’ rise in popularity comes the rise in identity-based shows. In this session, panelists will discuss how they create shows that speak to marginalized identities in a way that isn’t reductive, how they honor their own experiences, and how they manage to reach wider audiences beyond their own identity groups.

Speakers
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Kat Chow

Reporter, NPR's Code Switch
Kat Chow is a reporter with NPR and a founding member of the Code Switch team._x000D_ _x000D_ She's reported on what defines Native American identity, gentrification in New York City's Chinatown, and the aftermath of a violent hate crime. Her cultural criticism has led her on explorations... Read More →
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Neena Pathak

Producer, The New York Times
Neena Pathak works at The New York Times, where she produces the Still Processing podcast. Previously, she produced the Another Round podcast at BuzzFeed, and worked in public radio before that. She lives in NYC.
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Aditi Sangal

Associate Producer, CNN
Aditi is an associate producer at CNN, where she works on social TV for CNN's early morning show New Day. She also produces and hosts an independent podcast You've Got It Made, which tells the story of the Indian Diaspora in America, and challenges her to find unheard narratives and... Read More →
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Thanh Tan

Storyteller/Content Creator, Independent Podcaster + Microsoft
I travel the globe for Microsoft in search of stories about how technology is empowering people and organizations to achieve more. I'm also an independent creative and host/creator of the Second Wave podcast about Vietnamese-American experiences.


Friday August 10, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Liberty 1777 Walker St

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