StoryBoard 30

Exploring Our Stories. StoryBoard Memphis is a nonprofit multimedia resource for news and feature-length stories on local arts, culture, history, and community. This podcast is a longer cut of the half-hour radio show that airs on Memphis's FM 89.3 WYPL each Sunday evening at 5:30 PM. Taken right out of the pages of StoryBoard Memphis, this show asks Memphians to talk about their passions, their initiatives, or to just talk about what makes Memphis, Memphis.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 73 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 22 hours 19 minutes

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SB 30 Episode 34: 50 Years of Persistence & Passion at Playhouse on the Square with Executive Producer Michael Detroit


“We all want this place to be a better place. And we have something we can bring some instruction to, guidance to, some exposure to … And how we participate in our community is very important to us. As Playhouse does well the ballet does well, as the ballet does well the opera does well. It pervades throughout. We’re very proud of the fact that we have such a wonderful core group of artists in our city...


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 2019-11-16  28m
 
 

episode 33: SB 30 Episode 33: Telling Your Story On Stage. Talking Spillit Memphis with Josh Campbell


“We (originally) called it Memphis Spillit Center Stage, and we curated the stories. We had people invited to come up and tell their stories, and they had ten minutes to tell their story. Sometimes you have to have an audience to understand what ‘your’ story is – it’s not a monologue, it’s a dialog where only one person is speaking, and one has to relate. Everyone has a shared moment, but it’s really about connecting...


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 2019-11-13  29m
 
 

episode 32: SB 30 Episode 32: The Art of Storytelling, with Author, Historian & Filmmaker Willy Bearden


“They say a person dies twice. The first when you leave this mortal plain, but the second time when the very last person who knew your story dies. What we try to do (as historians and storytellers) is to keep peoples’ stories alive. It’s up to us to pass them along. You know, not everybody is going to sit down and read a 400-page book, but give them a good story, pass it on, and then the story becomes theirs. And then they pass it along...


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 2019-11-04  51m
 
 

episode 31: SB 30 Episode 31: Exploring Indie Memphis with Executive Director Ryan Watt


“On a whim I helped some friends produce a movie, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, that led to me co-founding a production company. We produced six feature films – and that’s what led to me seeking out Indie Memphis, volunteering, eventually joining the board, and I got hooked. This was my favorite event. . . I feel so lucky to be director, because this was literally my most favorite thing in Memphis...


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 2019-10-20  29m
 
 

episode 30: SB 30 Episode 30: Talking Midtown, Mary Burns’s Legacy, & One Year of StoryBoard with Eva Guggenheim


“She made me feel like I was the most special person in world. She was golden, with an ephemeral, unassuming charm. She was also direct and uncompromising. I recall complaining at the coffee stand about something trivial having to do with my appearance… and Mary immediately shot back with ‘Now you must say something nice about yourself.’ She insisted absolutely that I say at least one positive thing about myself. It’s as though she didn’t want anyone speaking ill of her new friend...


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 2019-10-14  37m
 
 

episode 29: SB 30 Episode 29: Local Journalism with Daily Memphian Publisher & CEO Eric Barnes


Host Mark Fleischer sat down with Eric Barnes, Publisher & CEO of The Daily Memphian, on the occasion of the digital newspaper’s first anniversary, to talk about the genesis of what is already one of the largest locally focused digital papers in the country. “We found this mix of veterans and twenty-somethings out of journalism school,” said Eric, “who can (quickly turn around a story) and also have a different perspective, and everyone brings their own perspective to a story.”


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 2019-10-08  46m
 
 

episode 27: SB 30 Episode 27: Talking Memphis Magazine & The Flyer with Anna Traverse, CEO of Contemporary Media


Host Mark Fleischer sat down with Anna Traverse, new CEO of Contemporary Media, Inc. to discuss the ever-shifting landscape of today’s print media and local journalism.

Already in her short tenure she has had to deal with shifts in media advertising and reading habits, to the scheduled end of free publication distribution by Kroger Inc. in our local Kroger stores, and to a controversial Memphis Magazine cover...


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 2019-09-24  57m
 
 

episode 26: SB 30 Episode 26: Memphis radio legend Henry Nelson and his work at Carpenter Art Garden


Host Mark Fleischer sat down with Memphis radio legend Henry Nelson, to talk about his early days in radio and to hear about his passions for his work as director for the little miracle in Binghampton, the Carpenter Art Garden.


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 2019-09-13  29m
 
 

episode 25: SB 30 Episode 25: Talking Memphis College of Art with Cathy Wilson & Olivia Wall


This week show host Mark Fleischer sat down with Cathy Wilson and Olivia Wall of Memphis College of Art to preview its final year as a Memphis institution, to talk about its history and its current and upcoming programs. Cathy is VP of Academic Affairs and Olivia is Coordinator of External Engagement.

As Memphis College of Art enters its final year, there is still plenty to look forward to, including the final Holiday Bazaar this fall.


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 2019-09-05  29m
 
 

episode 24: SB 30 Episode 24: Sneak Peek of the Central Gardens Home Tour with Jana Larson & Kathy Ferguson


Host Mark Fleischer sat down with Jana Larson, current chairperson for this year’s Home & Garden Tour, and Kathy Ferguson, a Central Gardens past-president and former tour chairperson, to chat about this year’s tour, which takes place on Sunday, September 8, 2019, from 1 to 6PM. It’s a wonderful event, presented annually by the Central Gardens Neighborhood Association. Listen in for this special sneak peek.


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 2019-08-28  29m