Announcing EJIL: Live!

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The Editorial Board of the European Journal of International Law is delighted to announce the launch of the Journal’s official podcast, EJIL: Live! Regular episodes of EJIL: Live! will be released in both video and audio formats to coincide with the publication of each issue of the Journal, and will include a wide variety of news, reviews, and interviews with the authors of articles appearing in that issue.

The first video episode features an extended interview between the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal, Joseph Weiler, and Maria Aristodemou, whose article “A Constant Craving for Fresh Brains and a Taste for Decaffeinated Neighbours” appears in issue 25:1. The first audio episode features a shorter, edited version of the same interview, as well as conversations with the Journal’s Book Review Editor, Isabel Feichtner, and the Editors of EJIL: Talk!, Dapo Akande and Marko Milanovic.

Episodes of EJIL: Live! can be accessed, in both audio and video formats, via the EJIL website at www.ejil.org and EJIL:Talk! at www.ejiltalk.org. EJIL: Live! is also available by subscribing to our EJIL: Live! channel on YouTube for videos and our EJIL: Live! account on SoundCloud to listen to our audio podcasts. Additional, special episodes will also be released from time to time to address a range of topical issues.

Stay tuned in with EJIL: Live!

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Stian Øby Johansen says

May 13, 2014

Great news!

But please provide for some kind of RSS support, so that we can add this podcast to our feed readers. I am probably not alone in having a program that automatically downloads new episodes of podcasts I listen to through podcast programs with RSS capabilities.

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Stian Øby Johansen says

May 13, 2014

Great news!

But please provide for some kind of RSS support, so that we can add this podcast to our feed readers. I am probably not alone in having a program that automatically downloads new episodes of podcasts I listen to through podcast programs with RSS capabilities.