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Pita Jan 17
My team and I had the honor of being selected for the first-ever class . The relationships, friendships, and mentorship that came from it, are priceless! Arizona folks, please apply!
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NPR Training Jan 17
One of tricks for fighting dreaded mouth noise: licorice tea.
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NPR Training Jan 17
Have a burning question about ethics or fact-checking in journalism? Send it our way — has answers
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NPR Training Jan 17
You have until Feb. 12 to apply for the Story Lab Workshop, a free training experience designed to help teams shape an audio project
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LindsayFosterThomas Jan 12
This time last year, and I were perfecting our pitch to (with an assist from ). We got in...you can, too! And we have a podcast coming soon to a pair of earbuds near you...
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The Kelly With The Golden Arm Jan 12
Radio friends! Apply for this. It changed the game for my team: opened a million doors, sparked years of creativity (plus friendships!) -- and we still use what we learned there regularly.
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NPR Training Jan 12
Have you wanted to create an innovative audio storytelling project? At the Story Lab Workshop, you’ll get the time, space and training to take your idea to the next level.
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NPR Training Jan 11
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And we want applications from all over ! We're excited to partner with again to review applications from indie producers and provide mentorships after the workshop.
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NPR Training Jan 11
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We're looking for distinctive audio projects that are in the early stages of conception, have a well-defined audience, and represent diverse topics, formats, locations and makers.
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NPR Training Jan 11
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The *free*, four-day workshop is designed to help small teams develop innovative audio storytelling projects. Past participants have made podcasts, radio series, multiplatform projects and even a "pop-up reporting bureau."
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NPR Training Jan 11
It's true — the is coming back! We want to give you the time, space and training to get your audio storytelling idea off the ground. Apply now.
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NPR Training Jan 3
Everyone makes mistakes — but we don't have to make so many. will take your questions about fact-checking and ethics in journalism later this month
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NPR Training Jan 2
Alternative headline for this post: How to record an entire band with just one (medium-sized) bag of gear.
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NPR Training Dec 22
Ever wondered when you should grant anonymity to a source? Not sure how to fact-check yourself on a story? Send us your questions! We'll put them to next month.
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NPR Training Dec 21
engineer 's field bag provides lessons about being prepared while staying extremely nimble.
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Serri Graslie Dec 19
To record in 360 degrees (audio or video) is to be a magician — you need to have a disappearing act. Or own it. Like did.
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NPR Training Dec 19
For the aspiring 360 video + audio producer on your holiday list — this affordable, portable, manageable recording rig
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NPR Training Dec 19
To all the people wanting to experiment with spatial audio in 360-degree video — read this:
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Jeremy Caplan Dec 19
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Here’s an example of an informative sentence with several facts and entities as it was written compellingly for the Washington Post reader and how it might be rewritten for clarity for an NPR listener, via
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NPR Training Dec 18
New on — a beginner's guide to using spatial audio in . Includes: recording/editing tips and a sample (affordable) rig
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