On this week’s ep of the Saturday Club journalist podcast Willis and Loe can't get enough of John Oliver, Instagram Stories, a little bit of Twitter Moments and maybe even less of the New York Times Olympics in Rio texts.
On this week’s ep of the Saturday Club journalist podcast Willis and Loe ask themselves “Is Facebook the News?” while discussing Citizen Journalism in the context of the terrible events in Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights and Dallas.
Willis and Loe climb Rattlesnake Island and weather the storm of Facebook policy change.
Willis and Loe float down the Rio Grande, discuss the Brexit and the protest at the U.S. Congress; as always Facebook Live and Periscope come into play.
Willis and Loe say goodbye to a Las Cruces institution, discuss the damaged reputation of photojournalist/visual journalist Steve McCurry and Gawker Media files for bankruptcy.
Willis and Loe observe the effect former United States president Bill Clinton has on cafe goers, sparking a conversation about the changing ways of new gathering, plus a significant amount of time is spent discussing Tribune Publishing's decision to become Tronc.
Join reporters, writer Damien Willis and photographer Jett Loe, as they visit competing wine festivals and talk about Donald Trump as well as the changing nature of the New York Times Newsroom.
For the inaugural episode of Saturday Club journalists Damien Willis and Jett Loe meet up with presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders in Vado, NM and discuss amongst themselves the potential of new ways of producing and delivering the news in the 21st century.