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This interview was conducted at the interviewees house, in Erie Colorado on May 20th 2019. Kara Jensen is interviewing her french mother about growing up in France, about moving to the United States, and about historical events that occurred in...
Brock Marchant (23) interviews his friend and mentor Charles "Charlie" McCollum (68) about his work at small town newspapers and how the field has changed over the course of his career.
Steve Desroches (47) and Jay Critchley (74) talk about ReRooters Day a holiday unique to Provincetown, Massachusetts that Critchley created in 1983. Celebrated every year on January 7 on the flats of the East End of town its a beloved...
Malik Flint and Ciarra Walters discuss their experiences about being a Black artist in 2018.
Taleyeh, Keyli and Jalyn are Highschool best friends in their Senior year. They mainly focus on understanding Taleyas passion for the Arts, especially photography. They talk about the internet’s impact on style and language.
My name is Meghan Mastroberti and I’m a college student speaking with my mom Laurie Mastroberti about her experience with music and different listening platforms overtime.
Francisco Camejo talk about how the Corona Virus is affecting him and his business. Luckily in his case, his business is not being affected negatively.
Patrick Newcomb talks to his daughter about how media and the Internet were like when he was growing up in comparison to now. They talk about different news platforms, the effects of media, and life 40 years ago.
We basically talked about what media was like when my Dad was younger and his opinions.
We talked about how the internet affects my sister lives, and if she used the internet while she was a student or not.
This is an interview by 20 year old Darlene Johnson with her 51 year old dad, Kevin Taylor, about what life was like back then from a media and technological standpoint.
Tony told the story of the time he went to California for a concert without telling anyone.
Aayam Bastola interviews his mother Anjoo Pokharel, a former journalist, about the differences in news from Nepal to that in America. She delves into topics like revolts, western culture, and thirst for knowledge as she describes her point of view...
Mike Starck discussed how he came to be a mail carrier, his love for the communities he served, and the many changes in the nature of the job over the decades.
Life Partners Walter Davis (64) and Bill Fields (55) talk about the one room school houses, the Peace Corps, their Unitarian Universalist Church, and other places where they’ve found a sense of community and what the word means to them.
Benjamin “Ben” Chapman (33) and his friend, Don Schaffner (49), talk about technology and social media developments in food safety, press and media communications about food safety, and food-borne illness outbreaks in recent history.
27 & 24 young professional talking about how life was before the in. Email, shopping, research, and news are at the tip of our fingers we talked about if this is good or bad.
One Small Step conversation partners Tashara Hoff (43) and Sara Mitchel (53) share their views on diversity, political discourse, and discuss their careers.
I (23 years old) interview my mom (58 years old) about what life was like before the Internet! I’m a student at VCU majoring in journalism and this interview is for my Mass Communications class. I hope you enjoy!
Grace Knicely (21) talks with her stepfather, Kevin Mozer (54). Grace is a VCU college student that is interviewing her stepfather Kevin who is a retired government business owner about how life was like when he was a kid without...
Edward Austin Hall [no age given] interviews his friend Vandy Beth Glenn [no age given] about their friendship, her breakfast salons modeled after the Algonquin Roundtable, and her journey as a transgender woman who also has served in the military.