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Joe Richman on the power and pleasure of storytelling with archive tape.
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Andy Mills won "Best New Artist" at the 2011 Third Coast Filmless Festival. Well deserved. Have a listen.
John Biewen from the Center for Documentary Studies describes "sure-handedness" in radio storytelling.
The Third Coast International Audio Festival is three days of ear candy. Producers from around the world travel to Chicago to share work, talk shop, and, most importantly, listen. Unfortunately, Third Coast only happens every other year. So,
Scathing comments. Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister talk about how to handle tough reviews from listeners.
In "Inner-City Reality Check," Katie Davis taps on America's shoulder after 9/11 and says "look over here for a second, please."
Sally Herships talks about the overwhelming effort that went into her first investigative journalism story.
"I can’t think of anything more fraught than doing a story that explores intimate things about your relationship with your parents." RIchard Paul on this edition of HowSound
Producer Clay Bolton digs deep for the universal in a story about gravediggers. (Pun intended.)