From information to fiction to movie to pictures to podcasts to social media and even the human voice, technological innovation has impressed and enabled new paradigms in storytelling.
Final month, in partnership with Antica Productions and Trint and in affiliation with WAER, the Newhouse Faculty launched “StoryTech with Jeff Kofman,” a podcast that explores this new period of storytelling. Preliminary visitors embrace Ted Koppel ’60, H’82, acclaimed journalist and former longtime anchor of “Nightline” on ABC, and Stacey Mindich ’86, a Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning theatrical producer.
“This collaboration is an instance of what’s greatest in regards to the Newhouse Faculty: the flexibility to convey professionals along with college students to provide robust content material destined for a wider viewers,” says Newhouse dean Mark J. Lodato. “Everyone knows podcasting is rising quick and it’s a area the place the Newhouse Faculty intends to guide.”
Throughout host Jeff Kofman’s 33-year profession as an Emmy Award-winning worldwide journalist, he reported from greater than 40 nations for ABC, CBS and CBC Information. He left information media to discovered Trint, a London-based tech startup that leverages the facility of synthetic intelligence to show audio and video into highly effective content material for reporters and producers.
“For a very long time, I’ve been fascinated with how know-how and innovation form what we learn, hear and watch,” Kofman says.
In every episode of “StoryTech,” Kofman weaves in his expertise as a journalist, battle correspondent and tech inventor to discover how storytelling has been formed by innovation. WAER common supervisor Chris Bolt ’89, G95 says, “The episodes present a sort of media literacy that helps individuals perceive what they’re listening to, watching and studying.”
Take heed to “StoryTech at waer.org/podcast/storytech or wherever you get your podcasts.
For extra data, contact WAER common supervisor Chris Bolt at 315.443.5242 or [email protected].