Stephanie does the DC Diary show (sharing stories of DC Professionals) and she explains how because of her podcast she was able to transition from a job that was more policy to now working in Media and communications.
DC DIARY: If you must listen to a podcast about work, this is the one. The inquisitive Stephanie Logan brings together D.C. professionals to share candid stories, experiences, and genuine personal narratives about what it's really like to live and work in this town. DC Diary aims to facilitate a sense of community and provide a platform for "relationships that go beyond a business card."
"AU graduate student Stephanie Logan premiered her new podcast, “DC Diary,” which focuses on the real and unpublicized lives of the people of D.C., at a preview party on March 22.
“DC Diary” is a podcast comprised of interviews Logan does with some of the people she knows around D.C. and sound bites taken from her recording happy hours about life in the city.
Colony Club, a coffee shop and bar in Columbia Heights, hosted the event and created an environment perfectly suited for the vast array of locals, radio producers and podcast hosts that filled the space. The spotlight of the night was podcasting: the people, ideas and the fans."
DC Diary prioritizes the personal over the political in asking people about their professional lives. Check out their first episode.
DC Diary is part of a podcast network called Goat Rodeo. They're gathering with the makers of their whole new slate of shows—including offerings on untold stories, failure, and music—tonight at Colony Club. (7-11 pm)
ELECTION We’re sure everyone has a lot to say about the election. The folks at the DC Diary podcast are holding an election-themed Recording Happy Hour at Policy, where DC residents are invited to grab a drink and get into recording booth and share their thoughts and experiences on 2016. Free, 6 PM"