karlmorand / Karl Morand

Host of the Middle East Week podcast http://middleeastweek.org

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  1. Day 12: The Evidence Piles Up Against Tsarnaev | WBUR

    Less than a month before the Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev rented two 9mm handguns for target practice at a shooting range in New Hampshire. The weapons were the same caliber as the gun used to kill an MIT police officer three days after the bombings. Boeri and Cullen discuss the evidence that continued to pile up against Dzhokhar in Day 12 of the trial.


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  2. Day 11: Global Jihad And The Radicalization Of Tsarnaev | WBUR

    The prosecution and defense agree - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was involved in the bombing at the Boston Marathon, the killing of MIT police officer Sean Collier, and the shootout with police in Watertown. So on Day 11, the prosecution posed this question to its expert witness: what turns a seemingly average teenager from Cambridge into a violent radical, intent on and capable of deadly acts of terrorism? Boeri and Cullen discuss the evidence presented.


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  3. Third Coast :: Own Your Thing (Part I)

    Alex Blumberg  (@abexlumberg) is an entrepreneur, radio journalist, former producer at This American Life, and the co-founder of the This American Life/NPR co-production Planet Money. Blumberg left a long career in public radio to launch a for-profit podcast network focusing on narrative journalism and storytelling. His first show on the network, Startup, is a podcast documenting the launching of his podcast business. Blumberg has won every major broadcast journalism award including the George Polk Award, the duPont-Columbia, and the Peabody.


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  4. Third Coast :: Three Shows/Three Techniques

    NPR reporter Alix Spiegel incites a riot among audio producers… in praise of stealing others' storytelling techniques and adapting them to create a style of one's very own.

    Before the group chanting begins, Alix decodes the narrative strategies of This American Life, Radiolab, and NPR to show how they use tape, build story structure, determine the relationship of the reporter to the material, and more.


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  5. Third Coast :: Own Your Thing (Part 2)

    Hillary Frank (@longestshortest) is the host and creator of WNYC’s The Longest Shortest Time, a podcast about struggles in early parenthood. She got her start in radio at This American Life back in 1999, with a story produced on a microcassette answering machine and a shiny red boom box. Ever since then she’s been filing for shows like Studio 360, All Things Considered, and Marketplace. Frank is also the author and illustrator of three young adult novels.


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  6. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Getting to Yes: The Art of the Pitch (Part 2)

    Julie Shapiro is executive producer of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Radio National’s (RN) Creative Audio Unit, and a long-time cultivator of innovative audio and listening communities worldwide. In 2000 she co-founded the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where as artistic director she shaped the Festival's creative trajectory and prioritized innovative audio and a cross-pollinating international listening culture. Julie has taught radio to university students, presented at conferences all over the globe, and produced stories for the airwaves in the US and beyond. 


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  7. Third Coast :: Getting to Yes: The Art of the Pitch (Part 1)

    Jamie York is the Senior Producer of Radiolab where he oversees the staff and editorial planning. Jamie comes to Radiolab after years of reporting and producing for WNYC’s On the Media, NPR and the BBC. Most recently he’s reported stories from China, Malaysia, Poland, India and Louisiana. Before that Jamie was lucky enough to work with, and learn from, Dave Isay, the Kitchen Sisters, Jay Allison and Joe Richman. He learned radio from the good folks at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. 


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  8. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Sound Design 101

    Brendan Baker and Kaitlin Prest pull back the curtain on the alchemical process of combining stories and sound.

    First, an overview of philosophies of sound design past and present. Then, some approaches to incorporating music and sound effects to enhance a story. This session is for everyone who is curious about sound design in radio, or who wants a booster-shot of inspiration.


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