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Podcasting: An In-Depth Audio Storytelling Workshop

This workshop gives you an in-depth look at different approaches to audio storytelling, as well as the tools and guidance you need to make your own audio recording, whether a podcast or story for public radio. Through focused projects, learn how to write in your own voice, use recording gear, and edit audio into sound-rich stories. Learn how to gather tape and write an audio story. Then, work in small groups to create your own audio project—either a reported story (like NPR’s Youth Radio), a creative or nonnarrated piece (like Radiolab or StoryCorps), an interview (like Another Round or Pod Save America), or a mix of all three. By the end, you will know what it takes to put together a story for radio or podcasting, and you’ll have the audio basics you need to start your own show.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • Two three- to five-minute audio projects
  • Skills to record and edit audio
  • Knowledge of different kinds of audio documentary and storytelling methods
  • Ideas for starting your own podcast

Ideal for

  • High school students who have completed grades 9, 10, or 11
  • High school students interested in learning more about storytelling, podcasting, and audio documentaries and journalism
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