The Queens Podcast Lab develops research and educational programming at the intersection of the arts, business management, and the sociology of cultural production. This collaboration, based in the Department of Sociology, is developing the basis for scholarly work in content creation and artistic entrepreneurship.
This Spring, the Podcast Lab will hold its second online Learning Series, featuring media professionals and media-focused academics. Our goal is to give students a “back stage” look at artistic creation, the media business, and media research. Click here to see a review of last semester’s programming.
We have a great lineup this spring. Members of the general public can catch these seminars on YouTube Live, where they can ask questions of guests. You can sign up for the Queens Podcast Lab’s email list here.
As of January 31, our confirmed guests include the following speakers. More will be added. Visit our web page for the current listing:
Danne Woo (Queens College) on Crafting User Experience
Thursday, Feb 24 at 12:15PM Eastern Time
QC art professor and professional visual designer Danne Woo gives an introduction to UX design.
Brian Rosenthal (NY Times) on Research
Thursday, Mar 3 at 12:15PM Eastern Time
A discussion about research with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Brian Rosenthal of the New York Times.
Ben Lindberg (Ringer) on Sports Podcasting and Writing
Thursday, Mar 10 at 12:15PM Eastern Time
Acclaimed baseball writer and podcaster Ben Lindberg discusses sports writing and podcasting.
Building a Successful Podcast with Jay Acunzo (Unthinkable Media)
Thursday, Mar 17 at 12:15PM Eastern Time
Podcast strategy and marketing with podcaster and showrunner Jay Acunzo.
Rachel Skaggs (Ohio State) on Creating Creators
FRIDAY, Mar 25 at 12:15PM Eastern Time
Creative entrepreneurship and production of culture expert Rachel Skaggs from Ohio State’s Barnett Center discusses the task of building content creators.
Zoom is open to members of the QPL community. If you are a student or faculty from any university, you can join our group by contacting Professor Joseph Cohen at email@example.com
Members of the public can join us on YouTube. The moderator will monitor chat and ask questions from YouTube to our guests.