Class Archive

Sally Herships

How to write for the ear


09/24/2022 — 10/01/2022

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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Golda Arthur

What is producing?


09/20/2022 @ 6:00pm - 7:30pm EST

It seems like everyone wants one. All the job descriptions seem to be looking for one. But what does an...

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Marielle Segarra

How to write in your voice (two-session class)


09/18/2022 — 09/25/2022

In the audio world, we talk a lot about sounding natural. But you can’t sound natural unless you know who...

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Sayre Quevedo

An Introduction to Non-Narrated Audio


09/11/2022 — 10/02/2022

In this class you’ll dive into the art of non-narrated audio documentary work. You’ll learn to identify the essential elements...

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Dan Bobkoff

What you need to know to make a show: Podcast economics


09/07/2022 @ 12:00pm - 2:00pm EST

So you want to make a podcast. You’ve got an idea you think is golden. Now what? How do you...

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Jerome Socolovsky

How to pitch a public media story


08/24/2022 @ 12:00pm - 1:30pm EST

Here’s how to pitch a story to a public radio show or podcast: First, find a story. Then, persuade an...

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Jonathan Lyons

What's in the fine print? A primer on podcast legal issues


08/16/2022 @ 12:00pm - 1:30pm EST

This class will focus primarily on a variety of legal issues that podcasters should consider when creating their podcast, including...

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Karen Duffin

Story structure: murder isn’t inherently interesting


08/13/2022 @ 12:00pm - 2:00pm EST

What is the difference between a story that compels and a story that wilts? The exact same set of details...

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Tess Vigeland

Hosting: how to make them want to listen


08/10/2022 @ 6:00pm - 8:00pm EST

So you want to host a show. Anybody can do it, right? Just set up a microphone, hit record, and you’re...

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