Class Archive

Bill O'Neil

The Laws of War and Human Rights: What journalists covering conflicts should know


05/23/2024 @ 1:00pm - 3:00pm EST

This class will explore key topics of international human rights and the laws of war essential for journalists covering armed...

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John Asante

How to make the best interview show ever


05/22/2024 — 05/29/2024

These days, it seems like everyone and their mother hosts an interview show. While making one may seem simple, creating...

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Andrew Parsons

How to bring history to life


04/21/2024 @ 5:00pm - 8:00pm EST

Novelist L. P. Hartley once wrote that the past is a foreign country, “they do things differently there.” At their...

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Karen Duffin

Editing for Editors


04/19/2024 @ 12:00pm - 3:00pm EST

The role of an editor is a tricky balance, helping shape a story that ultimately belongs to someone else. It...

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Kristen Meinzer

How I market my podcasts with Kristen Meinzer


04/16/2024 @ 12pm - 1pm EST

Kristen Meinzer has created and hosted podcasts for Audible, CNN, Newsweek, Panoply, Stitcher, The New York Times and WNYC. Her...

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Andrew Parsons

Sound Workflow: How to organize large audio projects


04/14/2024 @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm EST

So you’re ready to tackle a longform, multi-part podcast or radio series. But how do you organize all your research, gather...

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Karen Duffin

How to interview for narrative storytelling


03/16/2024 @ 12:00pm - 2:00pm EST

It takes a different set of interview skills to get people to share not just the facts of their situation,...

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Golda Arthur

How to turn your personal story into a podcast


03/05/2024 — 03/12/2024

Have a personal story you want to tell, but not sure where to start – or where to finish? This...

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Sally Herships

How to write for the ear


03/02/2024 — 03/09/2024

To learn to write for podcasting you often have to throw out all of the rules you’ve spent a lifetime...

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