SciEnTALK/サイエントーク

研究者レン & OLエマ

61. 【朝日新聞ポッドキャスト】記者の仕事と命がけの取材【神田大介さん 前編】

朝日新聞ポッドキャストの音声ディレクター 神田大介さんがゲスト出演!まさかのガチSciEnTALKリスナーだった!?
前編では記者になった経緯や海外駐在のお話、命がけの取材についてお話していただきました。

【ゲスト】
神田大介さん (Twitter: https://twitter.com/kanda_daisuke)
朝日新聞社コンテンツ編成本部音声ディレクター/チーフパーソナリティ
 朝日新聞ポッドキャストはこちらから。
レンエマのオススメ回

サイバー攻撃の話→#461 サイバー事件簿④ 三菱を襲った中国系ハッカー集団、「マジメ勤務」のギャップ (ニュースの現場から) Apple Spotify
今年のまとめ的エピソード→あなたが選ぶ今年のベスト回は? 人気のエピソードをふり返ってみた #51-10 (MEDIA TALK) Apple Spotify

トピック

SciEnTALKのガチリスナーだった件
なぜ記者になったのか
海外の治安について
戦争と日常
インターネット黎明期
論文と正しい情報
朝日新聞ポッドキャストの歴史
ベネズエラのリアル
命がけの取材

後編はポッドキャストの未来について。お楽しみに。
(エマのマイクが不調でしたが、EP63から新マイクで改善されます。)

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とき☆らじ!

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