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Tagged with “transom” (7)

  1. Learning to Make Radio with theTransom Story Workshop

    The Transom story workshops train people from around the globe in the craft of radio. We hear examples of the stories the students have found, with Mindy Todd and guests on The Point: Jay Alison, Radio Producer and founder of Transom.org, Rob Rosenthal, Transom Story Workshop’s Lead Instructor and Sarah Reynolds Associate Instructor.

    http://capeandislands.org/post/learning-make-radio-thetransom-story-workshop

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  2. Of Kith and Kids

    Adventure Playgrounds are public spaces for children that encourage managed risk. At a quick glance, they look like junkyards. If you’re a kid, you might get nicked or even slightly burned in these places, but your imagination will also fire. They’ve been called, “A complete artwork. A space and time where all one’s senses are engaged.” Producer Erin Davis has been obsessed with these playgrounds lately and is now telling their story in radio and video.

    http://transom.org/?p=37317

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  3. Walking Across America: Advice for a Young Man

    At age 23, Andrew Forsthoefel, set out to walk across America, 4000 miles, with a sign on him that said, "Walking to Listen." It’s an epic journey, a coming of age story, and a portrait of this country. Co-produced with Jay Allison.

    http://transom.org/?p=33988

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  4. The West Desert

    "One thing I will say is that my intention was to piss people off, which may be the main reason it never played on a national program. Listen to it if you want."

    http://transom.org/?p=4801

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  5. Lafayette Square Park

    Here’s a piece Scott made soon after he got to Washington. He spent several months hanging with the mostly homeless protesters living across from the White House in Lafayette Square Park.

    http://transom.org/?p=5174

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  6. The Hitchhiker

    Scott hitchhiked across the transom the 1983. It is something of a public radio legend. He left a failed marriage in Salt Lake City and spent several weeks thumbing his way east, carrying a tape recorder and a microphone, until he arrived at National Public Radio in Washington, DC and, with the help of Weekend All Things Considered, made a piece about his journey.

    http://transom.org/?p=5174

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  7. Listen to Jay Allison’s Benediction from the PRPD Conference

    http://transom.org/?p=20585

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