radiolab effect

theatlantic.com
The "Radiolab Effect" . . . Have You Felt It?

Alexis Madrigal writes at The Atlantic:

… our cultural expectations of radio – funneled through different technological listening devices – are changing. It may be broadcast over traditional airwaves, but it’s webby. It feels interactive and interrogative rather than narrowly investigative. Abumrad and Krulwich aren’t coming from on high, but right there with the listener adventuring through the story. 

These guys, and their whole team, have changed the way I and others strive to tell science stories. The sky’s the limit, and I can’t wait to explore what’s coming.