Gas Stove Video and Interview
I made a video about my gas stove experiment and interviewed the author of the viral gas stove study that sparked so much debate last week.
Last week was a bit wild.
My stories about gas stoves (here and here) went viral on Twitter. According to my analytics they have been viewed more than 20 million times. Immediately I was inundated with interview requests from news outlets around the country. Then on Friday night, I received a call from a Congresswoman about some of my reporting (more on that in a future newsletter).
Over the weekend, I filmed and edited a video about my gas stove reporting. Today, I’m excited to share that video and a behind-the-scenes interview with all of you.
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Gas stove video and new YouTube channel
Something I’ve learned in my career as a journalist is that a lot of people don’t read. No matter how much time or energy I put into a story, there are some people that I will never be able to reach with the written word.
This is one reason why I decided to launch a YouTube channel. Those of you who listened to my interview with David Roberts, know that I’ve been planning this for months.
Earlier today, I published my first video in this new endeavor. It’s about the gas stove experiment I wrote about last week.
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Behind-the-scenes interview with Brady Seals
As a part of my research on gas stoves, I interviewed Brady Seals, one of the authors of the gas stove study that made headlines around the world. Given how much Seals’ research shaped public discourse over the last week, I wanted to share the whole interview.
This is the first time I’ve published a full-length interview like this. I’d love your feedback on what you liked and didn’t like. If enough people like the format, I might make it a regular thing and add some fancy intro music to future interviews.
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