One of the things that makes audio journalism different from regular journalism is visuals. With audio journalism you cannot make any judgement’s about a situation or an individual person. What is unique about audio journalism is that the only sense you can use is hearing. This is important because it may make you see a situation differently and think in a different way. For example, if you are listening to a journalist talk about victims of a murder, you cannot judge anyone because you cannot physically see them. You have to think about the situation more and think logically about who the murderer is. I enjoy audio journalism because I like to listen to a journalist tell a story through their perspective and to listen to how they see the world. I think audio journalism has an impact on many people and it is something that needs to continue to grow.