The Huffington Post included us in a list of great interview podcasts along with big leaguers like WTF with Marc Maron, Death, Sex, & Money (Anna Sale), Tape (Mooj Zadie, Mickey Capper), With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus, The Sporkful, Criminal, and offCamera.
We're very excited to announce that She Does podcast is officially part of Panoply Network. Panoply is a podcast network that features programs from The New York Times Magazine, Inc. Magazine, New York Magazine, Real Simple, The Huffington Post, WBUR, FX, Slate, and many more leading media brands and thought leaders. We’re so honored to be among these talented voices.
Read Hanna's advice on Filmmaker Magazine.
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"She Does tells the stories of creative women in media with a mixture of interviews, commentary, clips from other works (where applicable), and the best use of show notes I’ve ever seen from a podcast. The final product comes across as part documentary, part biography, and perfectly expressed on a podcast. Traditional back-and-forth interviews are great and serve the medium well. However, there’s a duality of voice and as a consequence the interviewee’s voice can get lost in the interviewers. Sheldon and Ginsburg use the interview as a means to an end, to tell the woman’s story in each episode, but not the end itself. Each episode follows a similar format but every story feels wholly unique.
In the end, She Does’ style and subject bring fresh perspective to a podcast catalog that is often content to re-formulate what has come before than make an earnest effort to tinker with the formula or toss it out and start from scratch. If She Does (and First Day Back) are what we can expect when documentarians come to podcasting I say keep on coming."
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Our episode, featuring Kara Oehler, is sitting pretty at #6 on the Personal Journal's episode rankings. Check us out on iTunes.
...and we're honored to be included!
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Filmmaker Magazine features Lina Srivastava's five tips on social change through media. Read here.
What a huge honor to be side-by-side with these other women-hosted podcasts. Check out the great shows on the "Inspiring Women's Voices" list on iTunes.
We launched on January 14, but have been fortunate to be featured on New & Noteworthy every week since. And this week, our final week to be eligible to be on New & Notewothy, we're in good company with Snoop Dogg.
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Lyric Cabral makes an appearance in American Photo's weekly roundup.
"A podcast about creative women in media. Two women hosts and the thoughtful production quality makes this one a bit reminiscent of Invisibilia, in a good way. Every single person ever is jumping on the podcast bandwagon, and it's so great to find a new show that's not in the style of "let's record our conversation about a thing". This one’s going on my favorites playlist."
“There’s No Space for that Old Style of the Big Barking Orders Coming from the Big Man”: Debra Granik Talks Documentary Filmmaking on the She Does Podcast.
Five Takeaways from Debra Granik here.
Anna Sale, host of Death, Sex & Money, offers journalism advice to young people on Filmmaker Magazine.
We're so excited to be at #60 in the iTunes charts! Thanks to everyone who is listening and reviewing us!
We're so excited to be #93 in the Top 100 podcasts on iTunes!
Lyric R. Cabral offers advice on documentary making and pitching on Filmmaker Magazine.
SHE DOES was featured in the New & Noteworthy category after only 4 days of being live! Listen, subscribe and review us on iTunes.
Filmmaker Magazine: High Maintenance Director, Katja Blichfeld, offers advice to young filmmakers
Filmmaker Magazine asks the hosts and creators of SHE DOES how and why they are producing a podcast about women in media. Read the article.