How to write in your voice

12:00pm - 2:30pm EST
Online Workshop
Registration Closed

In the audio world, we talk a lot about sounding natural. But you can’t sound natural unless you know who you are and how to write a script in your own voice. In this workshop, Senior Reporter and broadcaster Marielle Segarra will help you figure out what parts of yourself you want to share with an audience — and how you can bring those qualities into your writing and delivery. This will be an interactive class, and you’ll get a chance to practice what you’ve learned.

*This class is capped at 8.

Accessing the workshop: You will receive a Zoom link for the workshop the day before it begins.
Refund policy
: Classes are non refundable. We are not able to issue a refund if you cancel or do not attend a class.
Recording: Because of privacy issues we are unable to record classes.

Who's this class for?

Beginner to mid-level broadcasters and podcasters
Producers who want to sharpen their writing and to sound more natural

About Your Instructor

Marielle Segarra

Marielle Segarra is a senior reporter at Marketplace, where she hosts, reports broadcast stories, and works on the podcast team. Her work is regularly featured across Marketplace’s shows, which reach an audience of more than 12.5 million listeners weekly. Before joining Marketplace in 2016, she was a reporter for WHYY in Philadelphia, where she covered housing, economic development, and public health. She has taught audio journalism at Columbia University and has coached reporters and producers on how to write and deliver scripts that sound like them.