Here are some of the places where these stories have spilled out into other media.
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- Daveberta (Aug 29, 2016) – New History Podcast launched by Edmonton’s Historian-Laureate
- Metro News Edmonton (Aug 31, 2016) – Let’s Find Out: Edmonton’s historian laureate launches question-driven podcast
- Edmonton Heritage Council (Aug 31, 2016) – The What and the How: Why I Created a Research Methods Podcast
- The Ryan Jespersen Show (Sep 21, 2016) – Really Cool Jobs
- CBC.ca – Edmonton (Nov 29, 2016) – A dark chapter: should Edmonton’s KKK history be acknowledged?
- CBC Radio One – Edmonton AM (Nov 29, 2016) – Edmonton’s KKK newspaper
- CBC Radio One – Edmonton AM (Nov 30, 2016) – Minister Faust responds to KKK plaque proposal (any help finding the original CBC link would be appreciated)
- CTV Edmonton (Dec 1, 2016) – Edmonton’s Historian Laureate Chris Chang-Yen Phillips talks about his new podcast
- Global News (Jan 13, 2017) – Edmonton’s historical ties to the Ku Klux Klan resurface
- Seen and Heard in Edmonton (Apr 3, 2017) – Building local listenership
- Metro News Edmonton (May 1, 2017) – Making history cool: Laureate finds success in sharing Edmonton stories
- Alberta Association of Academic Libraries (July 4, 2017) – 7 Questions with Kim Frail
- CBC Radio One – alberta@noon (Feb 12, 2018) – Talking podcasts with Karen Unland from the Alberta Podcast Network and Lindsay Michael from CBC’s Podcast Playlist
- CBC Radio One – Radio Active (Mar 7, 2018) – How did green onion cakes become one of Edmonton’s favourite foods?
- Vue Weekly (May 8, 2018) – Alberta Visionary Promotes Local Podcast Scene