Woo hoo! Today we learned that the CBC Radio network special that Manusha Janakiram and I produced last year on the science and business of handling stress has won a Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media.
I’m a big fan of podcasts, and have been listening for a while — the oldest ones in my iTunes library date to the summer of 2005, back when the newly-coined term “podcast” was named word of the year.
People sometimes ask what I listen to, and I’m always open to suggestions of great shows. So here are the current podcasts in my listening rotation. What are yours?
Some think offering TV shows online will undermine viewership by letting would-be watchers skip the broadcast. But Late Night with Jimmy Fallon posted all their best stuff online — and without that, he wouldn’t be hosting the Tonight Show.
Communicating on camera is harder than in front of a crowd, because you’re trying to reach an audience that exists, but isn’t there. Here’s the key tip I figured out to reach your audience through the lens.
Pretty much my favourite present to give the kids in my life is a good book. So, when I heard that the clever folks behind Rain City Chronicles were holding a book drive to benefit an East Vancouver children’s library? Yes.