Browse past webinars and video courses (coming soon)
An Anti-Racist Future: Panel Discussion
Leaders in audio share their perspectives unpacking the recent letter "An Anti-Racist Future: A Vision and Plan for the Transformation of Public Media."
New Voices Network Presents: Amplifying Youth Voices with RadioActive Youth Media
In this workshop RadioActive youth and staff members share tips for facilitating high-quality youth radio journalism programs. Get the inside scoop on RadioActive, an established youth journalism program at KUOW in Seattle.
Mind Your Podcast: Legal and Business Issues Facing Podcasters
In this 90 minute recorded webinar Q&A attorney Merlyne Jean-Louis, Esq. presents on entities, contracts, trademarks and copyright for podcasters.
New Voices Network Presents: Translating Print Pieces for Audio
From the success of “The Daily” from the New York Times a new genre of audio has emerged: podcasts based on print journalism. This recorded webinar from the Financial Times' Global Head of Audio Cheryl Brumley walks us through this emerging art.
Yah! How I Transformed My Fargo Audio Doc Into A Book
After co-producing an audio documentary on the cultural significance of “Fargo” in 1996, presenter Todd Melby wrote a book about the making the movie, published in 2021. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to prepare a nonfiction book proposal and tips for researching, writing and promoting the book.
New Voices Network Presents: How Solutions Journalism Can Revamp Your Reporting
Learn about the journalism practice of Solutions Journalism in this video presentation and Q&A with Solutions Journalism Network's Michelle Faust Raghavan (New Voices ‘11) and The View from Somewhere's Lewis Wallace (New Voices ‘15).
Making Revisionist History
In this recorded webinar, producers of Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History explain how their team activates their inner sleuth and skeptic throughout the editorial process, with advice applicable to a range of budgets.
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Introduction to Trauma-Informed Journalism
When we interview people about the most traumatic events of their lives, we can and often do trigger or retraumatize them, and many of us also absorb their intense emotional charge. Learn strategies for managing trauma and journalism in this video webinar from Maria Murriel.
What We’ve Learned About Kids Podcasting with Brains On
Join the creators of Brains On! as they share what they have learned about making podcasts for kids and families over the last 10 years, including research from the Minnesota Science Museum, in this previously recorded webinar.
Crafting a Budget for Audio Drama
Budgets are not numbers. They’re stories about goals and processes. This webinar from Judith Kampfner, whose award-winning audio fiction work has appeared on the BBC and elsewhere, teaches you the ins and outs of audio fiction budgeting.
Audio Reporting From Abroad
Hear actionable insights and learn tricks of the trade to thrive in overseas reporting environments, in this webinar from NPR’s founding Seoul Bureau Chief Elise Hu.