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Reynolds Center Podcasts
Who lost this year’s Super Bowl? It could be the taxpayers.
The Phoenix Valley was packed with visitors for Super Bowl LVII, but does a packed city equal extra economic activity? Janaé Bradford interviews Kelly Phillips Erb, an expert on tax
Don’t shy away from the business angle in your sports coverage
When is it okay to start talking about the financial cost of a game not played? Steven Watkins, a reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier, was reporting on the Bengals/Bills
The business of college football with Amanda Christovich
Ever wonder what it is like covering the biggest college football game of the season? Janaé Bradford invited Amanda Christovich from FrontOffice Sports to speak with her about her experience
Bloomberg reporters gain answers to Cerebal Inc.’s ’Questionable Practices’
Janaé Bradford interviews Bloomberg reporters Caleb Melby and Polly Mosendz, two members of the bronze award-winning team for their investigation ‘Questionable Practices.’ Their investigation brings the first important revelations about
Business journalism advice for students with Jeff Timmermans
For her last episode, Ruby interviews Jeff Timmermans, Director of the Reynolds Center. Ruby asks poignant questions about what is needed from students looking to get into business journalism and
Gender equity in the newsroom with Kristen Gilger
Ruby interviews Kristen Gilger, co-author of ‘There’s no crying in newsrooms,’ on what it was like as a woman in broadcast journalism 30 years ago compared to today. Kristen shares
Data analysis: A journalist’s superpower with Steve Doig
Numbers are the language of the world. Ruby interviews Steve Doig, experienced data journalist and current ASU professor, on how working with data can be a business journalist’s superpower. Steve
Sports streaming business with Todd Merkow
Ruby Arora interviews Todd Merkow, first general manager of FOX Sports Arizona and current strategic and operational consultant who also teaches sports journalism majors at the Cronkite School of Journalism.
Media training with Susan Lisovicz
Ruby Arora interviews Susan Lisovicz on how journalists can prepare to be on camera and why business journalism is such an important field for all journalists to understand.
Behind the 2016 Barlett & Steele Bronze Prize Winner, Oxycontin’s 12-hour problem
Los Angeles Times Reporter Harriet Ryan and Editor Matt Lait, now of CNN, spoke with Jenna Miller of the Reynolds Center to discuss their work with the award-winning Oxycontin’s 12-hour