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  • Famed broadcaster Ted Koppel talks about the birth of the show that defined his career: ABC’s Nightline. Advances in satellite technology allowed him to do the kinds of interviews that had never been done before, connecting people from around the world live on TV.
  • Bob Dotson spent four decades as a reporter at NBC. For most of that time, he hosted a segment on The Today Show called The American Story, which created intimate portraits of Americans who wouldn’t normally make the news. In this live episode of StoryTech, Bob Dotson talks about changes in technology, from wireless microphones to home video to iPhones, changed the way he told The American Story.This episode was recorded at the Newhouse School at Syracuse University, where Bob Dotson is a visiting professor. Archival footage from The American Story courtesy of NBC News.
  • Carolyn Cole is a Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist and staff photographer with the LA Times. She has covered wars, social change and the environment. She talks about how the transformation from film to digital changed her craft, for better and for worse.See the photos that Carolyn Cole won a Pulitzer for:
  • John Colapinto is a best-selling author of non-fiction books, including How Nature Made Him, and novels, including Undone. But he doesn’t think he could have written those books until he abandoned his manual typewriter and switched to a computer. He talks about how he started his career hammering out magazine articles on the typewriter, how he thinks that shaped his writing for better and worse, and how the typewriter shaped the work of James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and Jack Kerouac.
  • Thanks to advances in social media and smartphones, a lot of audiences are getting information about the war in Ukraine from the people who live there, through platforms like TikTok and Instagram. Jeff talks to two women who use social media to document the effects of war: TikTok sensation Valeria Shashenok, and Anastasia Magerramova, press officer for the Ohmatdyt children’s hospital in Kyiv.You can follow Valeria on TikTok @valerisssh and follow Ohmatdyt hospital on Instagram @ohmatdyt
  • A podcast about how technology has changed the way we tell stories.