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While public radio enjoys a loyal fan base, there are a series of challenges it faces for a resilient future. The public radio audience is generally older and white and speaks to a general news-consuming audience. Podcasts offer avenues for inventive storytelling and as places to develop meaningful connections with specific audiences. In this talk, KUOW podcast producer, Caroline Chamberlain Gomez will share her insights working on the podcasts Second Wave and Battle Tactics For Your Sexist Workplace, as well as take your questions and concerns about this important audio medium.

ABOUT MEET THE NEWSMAKERS:

For us to accurately report on our region, we need to have two-way conversations with the people who are at the heart of stories we're sharing.

This series is an opportunity to share what’s happening in your neighborhood and what issues you want covered in the news. We want to connect directly with community members and learn about the issues that matter to you.

All engagements are free, all-ages, and open to the public.

At each talk, a KUOW journalist will share a glimpse behind-the-scenes of stories they're working on, and then facilitate a conversation on how these topics are impacting you and your community. You'll be able to ask questions and offer your insights, feedback, and story ideas.

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ABOUT Caroline Chamberlain Gomez

Caroline Chamberlain is KUOW’s podcast producer. Currently she is the producer of Second Wave, an American story that begins in Vietnam. Previously, she produced segments for KUOW’s midday news show The Record. Before moving to Seattle, Caroline was the Managing Producer of KCRW’s DnA, a show about design and architecture in Los Angeles and beyond. While at KCRW, she also worked on Good Food, hosted by Evan Kleiman. Born and raised in Southern California, she received her undergraduate degree at UCLA where she studied history and also worked for The Daily Bruin.

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