Journalism in the traditional sense refers to written media such as newspapers. But in today’s world there are so many mediums to use including audio journalism. “radio” has been reinvented as a powerful, nimble and increasingly indispensable medium. Audio platforms are evolving, but the immediacy and intimacy of storytelling with sound make digital audio a dynamic vehicle for the best in journalism. Audio is written more simply and conversationally, while journalism written for paper is much more expansive in how it is written. The best part of audio journalism is that audio is flexible enough to work in all settings. If you hear noises in the background of your interview, it could portray an aura or vibe. The background can sometimes be a selling point for audio journalism. You’re able to “see” with your ears.