Twitter | Search | |
NPR Training
Journalism and storytelling tips from the Training team. Helping journalists everywhere hone their craft.
2,590
Tweets
1,864
Following
9,225
Followers
Tweets
NPR Training retweeted
Caitlin M. Kenney May 16
With all your new audio expertise due to the laurel/yanny “crisis” sweeping the country, try out ear training guide and test for audio producers.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 15
Thanks for the rec ! you might also try this project blueprint to shape your idea
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
missmonet May 11
It’s not everyday that established media invests in stories led by Indigenous teams. Thank you and for giving us the gift to realize a project about the extreme rate of violence of women like me. A very special nod to for their support too!
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
Angela Massino May 11
What a team! What an experience! Now the real work begins. A big thanks to our mentor - the man with the plan - and for providing such an incredible opportunity to storytellers. I can’t wait to listen to everyone’s final project. 🎧
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
Simone Alicea May 11
Thank you so much to , our mentor , everyone at and all of the wonderful teams who showed us such generosity and interest in our project. I am so excited to move forward with our project!
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
Tara Boyle May 11
Spending the week with Sharon Mashihi, and at as they launch this new project has been the best thing ever. Podcast companies, you’re going to want to snap this up. Everyone who has heard this idea has been like, YES, this. We all need it.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
The mining town of Butte, MT, was once the largest city between Chicago & the West Coast. Now it's a massive Superfund site. "Richest Hill" from ask hard questions about the city, its pollution & what the Trump admin promises to do about it.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
Replying to @AlexisGTerrazas
What does it mean to live in "sanctuary"? In 1989, long before the current debate about sanctuary cities, San Francisco declared itself a sanctuary for immigrants escaping violence in their home countries. Oral history project from , Diana Montaño & Josue Rojas
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
Replying to @sadiebabits
Who owns the past? Ted Wood & begin with a huge FBI raid in Utah and reveal the complicated questions about a shady trade in Native American artifacts.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
"Rap Sheet" is a series that will trace the interconnected rise of hip-hop and mass incarceration. From policy - to music - and back again. It's ... complicated. Coming from
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
Replying to @KPCC @MishaEuceph and 2 others
From , "Tell Them, I Am ..." is a show for young listeners "who happen to be Muslim." It will debut during Ramadan 2019 and explore universal themes about identity, with stories exhibiting the vast diversity of Muslims in America. From
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
Close your eyes. Think of a moment this morning when you had a negative thought about yourself. Thought of something? The podcast "Self Hatred" will give us a place to talk out loud about that "demon within us." From Sharon Mashihi
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
What is it like for a refugee to be resettled in the US? will tell that story in 3 parts: arrival, establishing yourself & citizenship. are working with former BBC broadcaster Zar Wahedi, who recently came to the US as a refugee from Afghanistan.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
"Justice functions differently in Indian Country" ... "Gone 3x" will tell stories of missing & murdered Native American women & girls in life, media and data. This project explores what it means to be indigenous & female in America.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
Replying to @knkxfm
"Forgotten Prison" will tell the story of the Alcatraz you've never heard of. McNeil Island Prison in Puget Sound only closed a few years ago. The podcast from explores the changing nature of crime & punishment in the US thru the stories of McNeil inmates, guards and more
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
1st up: "My Fellow Kansans" from . Kansas is a state "in the middle of nowhere" & "the center of everything." This podcast will bring together journalists from across KS to tell a deeper story of the '18 election - beyond who's up & who's down
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training May 11
It’s the final day of ! The 10 teams will be presenting 10 awesome projects, and we want to introduce them to you. Follow along here…
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
Nora Saks May 10
puts the WORK in workshop! In the best way. and taking a break outside after wrapping up day 3.
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
Tamar Charney May 10
Recommended reading to participants from print. The journey from print to radio storytelling: A guide for navigating a new landscape via
Reply Retweet Like
NPR Training retweeted
News Dir. MTPR May 10
Spending a lot of time learning how to keep listeners interested for a lot of time. More great stuff at
Reply Retweet Like