Internet Citizen Podcast

A podcast I host and produce about Internet culture and gaming. Earlier episodes at

Charlotte Newsmakers

An interview podcast focused on the people and organizations behind Charlotte's biggest news trends. Hosted by Associated Press reporter Sarah Blake Morgan.

Studio producer and associate editor for July-September 2019.

Charlotte Newsmakers: Kristen Hampton

Kristen Hampton has made the jump from local television news to global internet content creator. Her Facebook lives are routinely viewed hundreds of thousands of times (some in the millions) and her positive message reaches people from all walks of life. Sarah Blake Morgan talks with Kristen about her journey from local news to the internet, and what her future holds, and why she felt she couldn't let people know who she married.

Backyard Cambridge - A Local Politics Podcast

A podcast about local politics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with support from the Lenfest Institute for Journalism.

Producer for Backyard Cambridge seasons 2 and 3. Production Assistant for Backyard Cambridge Season 1.

The podcast is no longer listed on iTunes, but you can listen to it at the Backyard Cambridge website, or contact me for the podcast audio.

S3 Episode 3: Direct Democracy vs Bureaucracy

Are ballot questions really a form of pure direct democracy? Or are they a more complicated process? Today, we’re unpacking some arguments you don’t hear very much - arguments against the ballot question process itself. In what ways can this process be opaque, too influenced by money, or vulnerable to intervention by state legislators? We’ll also look at a possible solution right here in Massachusetts that could improve the ballot question process for everyone.

S2 Episode 2 : Why is the rent so damn high? (Housing Part 1)

Backyard Cambridge tackles arguably the biggest issue in Cambridge local politics today - affordable housing. We’re spending the next two episodes looking at the issue from all sides. Our goal is to figure out why it’s so difficult to find affordable housing in Cambridge. Has it always been like this? What government programs are there to help make housing more affordable? And what do local interest groups think we should do to make sure everyone has access to housing that’s affordable?