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  1. Radio Syrien

    Sie heißen "Syrische Brisen", "Radio Seele", "Unser Land FM" oder "Radio für alle" – über 20 syrische Radiosender sind in den letzten drei Jahren entstanden mit Mitarbeitern in Syrien und Studios im Ausland.

    http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/ursendung-syria-fm.958.de.mhtml?dram:article_id=306963

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  2. Kreml Hass

    Der Kreml und die von ihm gelenkten Medien haben ein Klima geschaffen, in dem Gewalt, Hass und Lüge herrschen. Die russische Gesellschaft verrohe. Noch nach seinem Tod werde der ermordete Kreml-Kritiker Boris Nemzow in den Dreck gezogen, kommentiert Gesine Dornblüth.

    http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/mord-an-boris-nemzow-eine-gesellschaft-krank-vor-hass.996.de.mhtml?dram:article_id=312965

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  3. Charlie Hebdo - Neukölln

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  4. Banse

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  5. Der Traum vom grünen Fliegen

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  6. MAKING NEWS STORIES GOOD STORIES

    Guess what? You can tell great stories on the news, too.

    In a good story, something happens. You care about the person it happens to. There are stakes, an arc. Hopefully some suspense. You know, like the stories you hear on the programs you love. But it’s also possible to make news stories… great. Maybe you can’t use mood music or fancy sound design. But you can report like you’re making a documentary, even if it you have to do it in one day. Marianne McCune tells you how.

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  7. OWN YOUR THING (PART I)

    More than ever you can own your podcast - make it, distribute it, sell it. How is it done?

    Discover if you have the interest - and the stomach - to be a radio entrepreneur, and learn what it takes.

    Hosted by Lea Thau -who built The Moth from a small local series to a nation organization - with panelists Chris Bannon (WNYC), Alex Blumberg (Gimlet Media), and Kerri Hoffman (PRX/Radiotopia).

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  8. TURNING INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING INTO ARTFUL RADIO

    When done well, investigative radio stories have the power to change the world.

    But it’s not easy. All those documents, numbers and unnamed sources who don’t want to go on tape make investigative stories seem like the least friendly radio stories on the planet. NPR’s Laura Sullivan breaks down the critical pieces that make investigative radio stories an art form of their own, the structure that brings them to life and the moments that leave other forms of journalism in the dust.

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  9. TACKLING RACE ON THE RADIO

    We need to talk about race - with humanity and humor.

    NPR’s Code Switch project embraces the themes of race, ethnicity and culture that play out in our lives, but are often overlooked in our radio stories. Code Switch’s Shereen Marisol Meraji shares her methods of looking at news stories through these lenses, and leads a spirited and frank conversation about how to tap into dialogues about race happening outside of public media.

    Want to hear more from the Code Switch team? Find it in EXTRA.

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  10. Leave no Trace

    There’s a slip of paper hanging in Dave Isay’s office at StoryCorps with a quote scrawled across it: “A good craftsman leaves no traces.”

    This has been one of the guiding principles of Isay’s editorial philosophy for more than 25 years. In this session, Isay and StoryCorps senior producer Michael Garofalo share some of the techniques they use to take themselves out of the story and honor their subjects’ voices.

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