REGISTER NOW for the November 16-18 program. Register and pay before October 1st and we'll take off 10%.
Program & Pricing
In this intensive three-day boot camp, you will learn the essentials to creating compelling audio stories. On-campus course time will be devoted to working with professional equipment, learning how to write for radio, editing in Adobe Audition, and developing a winning audio package. This course is designed for journalists and storytellers with little to no experience audio but with a passion for narrative and reporting in the audio form. Participants will leave with concrete skills and the elements for one complete audio story.
This course is $750. Register and pay before October 1, 2018 and save 10%.
November 16 (Friday)
Introduction to Process & Review of our 12 Step Check List
Intro to Tascam DR-100 mklll
Record vox pop audio
November 17 (Saturday)
Introduction to Adobe Audition
Edit vox pop audio with short host intro
Critique of vox pop
Reporting for 3:00 minute piece, per pre-reporting with instruction team
November 18 (Sunday)
Import Audio for 3:00 piece, write script
Edit 3:00 piece with narration
Listening party w/ critique
Collin Campbell has been a reporter, editor and producer for local and national news organizations on many platforms. He is the co-creator of The Takeaway, Freakonomics Radio, and The Frame, three popular public radio programs and podcasts. His audio and radio work has appeared on NPR News programs, WNYC, KPCC, The World, and Marketplace. Over the last 15 years, he has held leadership roles at two of the largest public radio stations in the country, on both coasts. Collin is now an Executive Producer for Original Content at Audible, where he creates new on-demand programs and podcasts, like "Sincerely, X," "Ponzi Supernova."
Collin is a Northern California native, where he attended the University of California, Berkeley. He was one of the first News Editors at SF Gate, an early multimedia collaboration between the San Francisco Chronicle, Examiner and NBC News. In 2006, he was based in Mexico City and reported on the Mexican presidential election for a variety of outlets, including NPR News and the Houston Chronicle. Collin has taught at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism (where he earned a Master's degree) and Brooklyn College.