Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 4

I am taking Audio storytelling for journalists: How to tell stories on podcasts, voice assistants, social audio, and beyond” from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin. These are my notes from the third week. How has your idea for an audio project evolved over the course?Continue reading “Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 4”

Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 2

I am taking Audio storytelling for journalists: How to tell stories on podcasts, voice assistants, social audio, and beyond” from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin. These are my notes from the second week. Audio is amazing at communicating emotion. The information in an audio storyContinue reading “Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 2”

Recording Notes

Gramophone ~ recording machine (meaning ‘sound-pencil’) made in 1887. The graphophone was largely similar to the phonograph, but in place of tin-foil they used cylinders of hard wax coated onto cardboard sleeves as the recording medium. This was a great technical advance, for it not only gave much greater quality of reproduction but also allowedContinue reading “Recording Notes”

Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 1

I am taking Audio storytelling for journalists: How to tell stories on podcasts, voice assistants, social audio, and beyond” from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin. These are my notes from the first week. Anecdote ~ a short account of a particular incident or event, especiallyContinue reading “Notes from Audio Storytelling for Journalists Class Week 1”