Mike Troy, Jake Sconyers, J. L. Bell, and Larisa Moran

Using New Media to Present History

A panel of podcasters, bloggers, and video bloggers discusses how new forms of media are transforming the presentation of History. We will discuss how podcasting and other new media differ from traditional media, why they reach new audiences, and trends in how presenting new media is continuing to change.

[Recorded August 13, 2022.]

Michael Troy

Michael Troy is creator and host of the American Revolution Podcast (blog.amrevpodcast.com) which weekly explores the events of the American Revolution, from beginning to end. Troy is also is creator of the related blog, which provides pictures, maps, links, and more to useful information relating to each week’s episode.

Jake Sconyers is host of HUB History podcast (hubhistory.com).

J. L. Bell is the proprietor of the Boston 1775 website (boston1775.blogspot.com), providing daily helpings of history, analysis, and unabashed gossip about Revolutionary New England. He is the author of The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War, a book-length study for the National Park Service about General George Washington in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and numerous articles and book chapters.

Larisa Moran

Larisa (historydame.com |Instagram), creator of the History In Under A Minute video series and History Dame On The Road video series. She volunteers with The Pursuit of History and History Camp and is also a regional editor for The History List (thehistorylist.com).

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