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new classes from @WritingPadUS

See below from Writing Pad. Use the discount code FREELANCE for 15% off.

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PS: If anyone is interested in taking over this site/list, reach out. I don't want it to go away but I don't have time to run it…

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Take a Podcasting Class at Writing Pad in San Francisco or Los Angeles and craft your show with an NPR Producer of a prominent podcast (Slate.com with Michael Lewis (Moneyball, The Big Short), There Goes The Neighborhood). Because of our radio journalism classes, 10 of our students have sold stories to NPR from this class–9 on Unfictional, 1 on All Things Considered. 2 of our students have gotten producer jobs on Freakonomics, RFK Tapes, and Unfictional. Use the coupon code FREELANCE for 15% off.

 

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN LOS ANGELES STARTING THIS SATURDAY, 11/17

 

Anna Scott is a reporter and producer for KCRW, focused on housing. She works on Press Play with Madeleine Brand and reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles. Before that, she produced Warren Olney's news programs To the Point and Which Way, LA?

 

In this class, Anna teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.

 

Podcasting w/ Anna Scott (Press Play, There Goes the Neighborhood)

Nov 17, Dec 1, Dec 8, Dec 15, Jan 5 (5 Saturdays, 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM) LA – West

https://writingpad.com/classes/los-angeles-podcasting-class-anna-scott-3/

  

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN SAN FRANCISCO IN JANUARY

 

David's an a-list journalist and podcaster. He hosts & produces the Murrow-award winning The Intersection Podcast. He is a Managing Editor at KALW, supervising journalists and manages the fellows. He cut his teeth as a KALW Fellow & prolific journalist who has contributed pieces to NY TimesSalon & Might. Most recently, he's a finalist in Current’s Local That Works contest and received grants from California Humanities and the San Francisco Arts Commission. It's a rare opportunity to learn radio journalism & tech from a pro (who could help you get hired or get a fellowship)! 

 

In this class, David teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. David will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.

 

Podcasting w/ David Boyer (The Intersection Podcast, NY Times)—Starts Wed. Jan. 30

Jan 30, Feb 6, Feb 13, Feb 20, Feb 27 (5 Wednesdays, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM)

SF

https://writingpad.com/classes/san-francisco-podcasting-class-david-boyer-2/


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Podcasting Classes from @writingpadUS in SF and LA

Updated schedule from the fine folks at Writing Pad. As always the special freelance café discount FREELANCE (15% off) is in full effect.
-mia

 

10 students got on the radio-9 on Unfictional, 1 on All Things Considered from our radio journalism classes. One of our students was recently hired as a freelance producer on the Gimlet podcast The RFK Tapes and an Associate Producer on Freakonomics after taking a radio journalism class with us!

 

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN SAN FRANCISCO STARTS NEXT WED. 10/17

 

David's an a-list journalist and podcaster. He hosts & produces the Murrow-award winning The Intersection Podcast. He also just became a Managing Editor at KALW. He cut his teeth as a KALW Fellow & prolific journalist who has contributed pieces to NY TimesSalon & Might. Most recently, he's a finalist in Current’s Local That Works contest and received grants from California Humanities and the San Francisco Arts Commission. It's a rare opportunity to learn radio journalism & tech from a pro!

 

In this class, David teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. David will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.


PODCASTING w/ David Boyer (Intersection Podcast)—NEXT Wed. 10/17. 1 SPOT!
Oct 17, Oct 24, Nov 7, Nov 14, Nov 28 (5 Wed.) 7-10pm. 

 

 

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN LOS ANGELES IN OCTOBER OR NOVEMBER

 

Anna's a reporter and producer for KCRW where she works on Press Play w/ Madeleine Brand & reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles which is a fantastic podcast. Before that, she produced Warren Olney's To the Point and Which Way, LA?

 

In this class, Anna teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. Anna will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.

 

PODCASTING w/ Anna Scott (There Goes The Neighborhood)–THIS Sat. 10/13.
Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov 3, 10 (5 Sat.) 2:30-5:30 PM. WP West. 1 SPOT!

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PODCASTING w/ Anna Scott (There Goes The Neighborhood)—Starts Sat. 11/17
Nov 17, Dec 1, Dec 8, Dec 15, Jan 5 (5 Sat.) 2:30-5:30 PM. WP West. 

 

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October podcasting courses @WritingPadUS

New classes at WritingPadUS. Details below! As always the special freelance café discount FREELANCE (15% off) is in full effect.


5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN LOS ANGELES IN OCTOBER

 

Anna's a reporter and producer for KCRW where she works on Press Play w/ Madeleine Brand & reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles which is a fantastic podcast. Before that, she produced Warren Olney's To the Point and Which Way, LA?

 

In this class, Anna teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. Anna will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.

 

PODCASTING w/ Anna Scott (There Goes The Neighborhood: LA)– Sat. 10/13.
Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov 3, 10 (5 Sat.) 2:30-5:30 PM. WP West. 1 SPOT!

 

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5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN SAN FRANCISCO IN OCTOBER

 

David's an a-list journalist and podcaster. He hosts & produces the Murrow-award winning The Intersection Podcast. He cut his teeth as a KALW Fellow & prolific journalist who has contributed pieces to NY TimesSalon & Might. Most recently, he's a finalist in Current’s Local That Works contest and received grants from California Humanities and the San Francisco Arts Commission. It's a rare opportunity to learn radio journalism & tech from a pro!

 

In this class, David teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. David will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.


PODCASTING w/ David Boyer (Intersection Podcast)–Wed. 10/10. 1 SPOT!
Oct 10, Oct 17, Oct 24, Nov 7, Nov 14 (5 Wed.) 7-10pm.

 

10 students got on the radio-9 on Unfictional, 1 on All Things Considered from our radio journalism classes. Padder Max Miller was recently hired as a producer on the The RFK Tapes!

 


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5-week podcasting course w/ @AnnaKCRW, beginning July 21 in Los Angeles @WritingPadUS

Heads up LA folks – Anna Scott of There Goes the Neighborhood: LA is teaching a podcasting course with WritingPad. They kindly extend a 15% discount to folks who find the course via Freelance Cafe. Use the code FREELANCE at checkout. Details below. Cheers,

Mia

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN LOS ANGELES IN JULY

 

Anna's a reporter and producer for KCRW where she works on Press Play w/ Madeleine Brand & reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles which is a fantastic podcast. Before that, she produced Warren Olney's To the Point and Which Way, LA?Also, because of our radio journalism classes, 10 of our students have sold stories to the radio from this class–9 on Unfictional, 1 on All Things Considered. Our most recent student to get on air is Caitlin Biljan with a moving tale about her obsessive search for a high school self-defense tape that contained some strange advice. Listen to it HERE.

 

In this class, Anna teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. Anna will host a recording session in a pro studio. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.


PODCASTING w/ Anna Scott (There Goes The Neighborhood: LA)–NEXT Sat. 7/21.
Jul 21, 28, Aug 11, 18, 25 (5 Sat.) 
2:30-5:30 PM. WP West. 1 SPOT!

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Apply for the Signal to Noise Award from @UnionDocs, deadline June 28

From the fine folks at UnionDocs:
We’re excited to announce a new audio grant we are co-presenting with Gilded Audio! Celebrating creative work that synthesizes audio documentary and experimental sound design, The Signal to Noise Award will support one applicant in pursuing their project or series.
Due on June 28th and open to all styles of production, the award includes: $5000 for production, plus production consultation and technical support from Gilded Audio Design, editorial consultation from the staff of UnionDocs, and a celebratory event at the UnionDocs space in Brooklyn.
You can check out more details + apply here: https://uniondocs.org/the-signal-to-noise-award/
If you know anyone who is interested, feel free to pass this opportunity along! I have included sample promotional materials below.
Looking forward to receiving your application!
Abby Lord
Programs Assistant
UnionDocs
Facebook:
Attention all audio makers! UnionDocs and Gilded Audio are pleased to announce The Signal to Noise Award, celebrating creative work that synthesizes audio documentary and experimental sound design. The winning applicant will receive a $5000 production grant to pursue their project or series, plus production consultation and technical support from Gilded Audio Design, editorial consultation from the staff of UnionDocs and a celebratory event at the UnionDocs space in Brooklyn.
Applications are due 6/28! You can find more information + apply here: https://bit.ly/2L5nIH7
Twitter:
Audio makers! @UnionDocs + Gilded Audio have announced The Signal to Noise Award to give your project the chance to come to life! Apps are due 6/28: https://bit.ly/2L5nIH7
Do you have an audio project that combines doc + experimental sound design? Apply to @UnionDocs + Gilded Audio’s Signal to Noise Award for the chance to get your project funded. Due 6/28! https://bit.ly/2L5nIH7


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call for pitches – AfroQueer Podcast

From one of our members!

Call for Pitches – AfroQueer Podcast
Hi All – We are looking for stories about queer Africans on the continent and in the diaspora loving, living, thriving and surviving. (Right now we are particularly looking for love stories) Think narrative driven, surprising, even investigative. If you're an experienced radio reporter – great! If not we can also work with you to help you report the story. We pay standard freelance rates published on the Association of Independents in Radio website. If you have a pitch or questions please email producer Maeve –
maeve@noneonrecord.com

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the latest podcast courses from @WritingPadUS

Hey all. Happy spring! See below for the latest offerings from Writing Pad. As always , the special freelance café discount FREELANCE (15% off) is in full effect.

Cheers,
Mia

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Take a Podcasting Class at Writing Pad in San Francisco or Los Angeles and craft your show with an NPR Producer of a prominent podcast (Slate.com with Michael Lewis (Moneyball, The Big Short), There Goes The Neighborhood). Because of our radio journalism classes, 10 of our students have sold stories to the radio from this class–9 on Unfictional, 1 on All Things Considered. Use the coupon code FREELANCE for 15% off.

 

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN SAN FRANCISCO IN JUNE/JULY

Catherine Girardeau is currently a Senior Producer with Slate.com, producing a podcast with author/journalist Michael Lewis (Moneyball, The Big Short) about fairness and the people who try to enforce it. She's also worked with Depict.com, the Stanford Storytelling Project, APM's Marketplace, KALW, and PRI's The World.

In this class, Catherine teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser.

Podcasting w/ Catherine Girardeau (Senior Producer slate.com)

Jun 20, Jun 27, Jul 11, Jul 18, Jul 25 (5 Wednesdays, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM)

https://writingpad.com/classes/san-francisco-podcasting-class-catherine-girardeau/

 

5 WK PODCASTING CLASS IN LOS ANGELES IN JULY/AUGUST

Anna Scott is a reporter and producer for KCRW, focused on housing. She works on Press Play with Madeleine Brand and reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles. Before that, she produced Warren Olney's news programs To the Point and Which Way, LA?

In this class, Anna teaches you the ins and outs of how top-tier podcasts are developed, researched, written, and produced. You'll learn interviewing methods, audio editing basics, use of archival audio, miking and field recording techniques. By the end of the class, you'll have a solid outline of your pilot episode and a recording of your show teaser. 

Podcasting w/ Anna Scott (Press Play, There Goes the Neighborhood)

Jul 21, Jul 28, Aug 11, Aug 18, Aug 25 (5 Saturdays, 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM)

https://writingpad.com/classes/los-angeles-podcasting-class

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applications open for the 2018 New Voices Scholarship to attend @ThirdCoastFest, deadline May 31

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Cheers,
Mia

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Are you the New Voice we're looking for?

Applications are now open for the next class of producers, journalists, and storymakers to join AIR at the 2018 Third Coast Conference in Chicago, October 4-6, 2018.

Every year, New Voices scholars bring diverse ideas, insights, and experiences from across America to challenge how public media is conceptualized, produced, and delivered. AIR’s commitment to cultivating vibrant talent in the industry has led to a far-reaching—and still growing—network of 175 New Voices alumni. Now's your time to join them.

We seek: Daring makers from all corners of the country, especially individuals from underrepresented communities and groups.

If chosen, you receive: A travel stipend up to $1,500 to attend the 2018 Third Coast Conference, a complimentary one-year AIR membership, and special opportunities and support at the conference.

Apply now, or send this message along to rising story-makers on a mission to change the face of public media.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, May 31, 2018, at midnight PT.

Please note: You do not have to be an AIR producer to apply.

Applications must be completed by midnight PT. Submissions in progress at that time will not be saved and cannot be considered. You may read through the New Voices FAQ here before completing the application.

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Break boundaries, make stories with @AIRmedia’s Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive @UnionDocs, app deadline 4/27

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We at AIR are searching for talented storytellers for our Summer 2018 class at AIR’s Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive with UnionDocs.

Over the course of one week, Full Spectrum will expand your definition of what multimedia can be, while imparting concrete skills to add to your producer tool kit. Lead producer Emanuele Berry from Gimlet Media will lead an interdisciplinary group of accomplished specialists to take you on a journey from storytelling to interactive design to composing—and beyond. Our line-up includes instructors from RadioLab, The New York Times, This American Life, WNYC, and more.

We are looking for producers and story-first technologists from all walks of the media industry and beyond who have demonstrable skills in digital sound gathering, editing and mixing and are dedicated to pushing the boundaries to make great storytelling media.

Ready to break that barrier? Learn more and apply here. Applications close at 5pm PT on Friday, April 27, 2018.


Best,
The AIR Team

AIR

Ngoc-Tran Vu
Program Director
P.O. Box 220400
Boston, MA  02122
Looking for Talent? Check out AIR's Talent Directory!


Help AIR grow talent.

We’re hiring! Our new Story & Talent Curator (STC) will connect mission-focused producers across America to editors and talent seekers.

Find out more about the position and our other openings: Engagement Strategist (ES) + Content Director (CD).


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.@KALW now accepting applications for their FREE Audio Academy 9-month training program

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Application deadline: May 1, 2018, 11:59 p.m. PT.


KALW is calling for applicants for our nine-month radio journalism training program based at KALW public radio, an NPR and BBC affiliate station in San Francisco. This program is designed to give you a professional audio production and journalism education, tuition-free. 


Participants are asked to make a 20 hour a week commitment to the program from September 2018 to June 2019, including one eight-hour shift per week at our studios. Participants will also be required to attend a Wednesday evening class from 6:30-9pm weekly from September-December, and then occur once per month through the end of the program in June.


We’re looking for creative thinkers who are great writers and storytellers, or budding audio engineers, with a passion for covering diverse communities and some knowledge of the Bay Area. Some experience with audio production and/or journalism is preferred. Slick dance moves appreciated, but not required. This is an unpaid fellowship opportunity. 

Audio Academy participants will be trained to produce feature reports for KALW’s award-winning daily news program Crosscurrents. Your voice and your work will be broadcast on KALW during your time in the Audio Academy.

For more information, including how to apply: 

http://kalw.org/post/enrollment-now-open-kalws-audio-academy-2018-2019


Application deadline: May 1, 2018, 11:59 p.m. PT.


KALW encourages a diverse pool of applicants from a variety of backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. We value diversity.


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