ASPIRING RADIO STORYTELLERS (free training) / by Bear Guerra


Via NPR's Next Generation Radio:

“This week-long digital-first journalism training project targeting college students and early-career professionals. The program is designed to give competitively selected participants, who are interested in podcasting, audio storytelling, radio reporting and visual journalism, the skills and opportunity to find and produce their own multimedia story. Each selected participant is paired with a professional journalist and together they find, report and produce a non-narrated story as well as use stills and video to fill out their story.

Please review our FAQ’s carefully before applying.

  • March 11-15 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles

  • April 29-May 3 at NPR station WMFE/University of Central Florida, Orlando

  • May 13-17 at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

  • May 20-24 at the University of Nevada, Reno/KUNR, Reno, NV

  • June 24-28 at NPR station WHYY/Temple University, Philadelphia

  • August 12-16 at NPR station KUT/University of Texas-Austin

  • August 19-23 at Oklahoma State University/KOSU, Oklahoma City

  • September 9-13 at Georgia Public Radio, Atlanta

  • October 14-18 at Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, CA

DEADLINE: Rolling. You can apply for any qualifying project at any time.