The Cassette Per Seminar is a podcast series produced by the University of Chicago Graduate School of Journalism, which features interviews with renowned academics and experts in the field of video, audio, and visual media.
The first episode, “Why You Should Play Your Video on Your TV,” premiered in June 2017 and featured a wide range of expert opinion from the likes of Mark Russinovich, Christopher Hitchens, and William F. Buckley Jr. The second episode, titled “How to Play Your Audio on Your Smartphone,” debuted in June 2018.
The series has gained more than 7 million subscribers, and has been translated into more than 10 languages.
The show has also been a popular topic for social media discussion, with more than 11 million tweets mentioning the show on social media platforms.
Cassette tapes are the newest medium to make the leap into the world of digital media.
They’re small, inexpensive, and incredibly powerful.
As the first audio-video device to have the capacity to capture and store audio, they are the perfect medium for storing videos, audio tracks, and videos for offline playback.
And they can be used in a wide variety of ways, including for music, games, movies, or whatever else.
In the past few years, the tape has been a huge part of the pop culture landscape, and is being used by artists, athletes, musicians, and journalists alike.
In this episode, we talk with the creators of the podcast series Cassette Trap, a group of artists from the U.S. and around the world who have used tape as their primary form of audio media.
Their work is currently being showcased at major events, including the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW Film Festival and the 2017 SXSW Music Awards.
In addition to being a video-centric podcast, the series has also attracted the attention of the likes and dislikes of many other media outlets, including NPR, The Verge, Mashable, BuzzFeed, and many more.
The show has a diverse roster of contributors, from musicians to actors to designers to musicians themselves.
Our goal is to have a discussion with as many different voices and perspectives as possible to give you a better understanding of the way tape has influenced our world.
You’ll hear some great interviews from music industry veterans like Jonny Craig, Michael Franti, Chris Zabriskie, and Robyn.
Plus, you’ll hear the voice of the Cassette Trickster himself, Mark Russinski.