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Podcasting for Racial Justice

For Facing Race conference 2016
by

Will Coley

on 1 December 2016

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Transcript of Podcasting for Racial Justice

From Ears to Empathy to Activism: Audio for Activists
Interview Subject:
Microphone is less intimidating
Measure of confidentiality
What's special about audio?
Marshal Ganz

"Story of Self"
Listener:
Must use imagination to participate
Intimate (headphones, listen alone)
Easy to multitask while listening
Producer:
Eye contact easier
= better interview
Easier/cheaper to record or edit than video
"Muslims Need Not Apply"
by @WillColey & Loris Guzzetta
Image from "Radio: An Illustrated Guide"
by Abel & Glass
Producing
Storytelling
& Conversation

Sharing
Extras
+ Connect as Podcast to iTunes
Public Radio Exchange
Listening
Resources:
What makes a good story
or conversation?
Ira Glass
"This American Life"
Other producers:
AIRMedia.org
Listening clubs
Another Round
Episode 61: The Greatest (with Claressa Shields)
Click on image to listen
Email us a voice memo with feedback/ideas:
podcastsincolor@gmail.com
Revisit this Prezi here:
bit.ly/podcasting4racialjustice
Tweet us:
@podcastsincolor #podin @willcoley

"Julian: Tavehua, Los Angeles & Tavehua, Oaxaca"
by Anayansi Diaz-Cortes @SonicTrace_KCRW
"Sonic I.D."
@WCAI_NPR
Outcome
Moral
Choice
Challenge
"Tape Sync"
iPhone
Podcast
"Podcast Renaissance" or "Golden Age of [Digital] Audio"
often credited in part to:
Kickerstarter raised $620,412
($370,412 MORE than goal)
How can you make the
best sounding audio?
Mobile-Based Recording
iPhone
Problem with exporting if your recording is longer than 2 minutes

Podcasts asking listeners to send in voice memos
PCM Recorder MK II for iPhone
By TEAC CORP.

PCM Recorder MK II
How can you get others to
listen to your audio?
Easy to share embeddable player
+ You can measure amount of listening
Digital on-demand spoken audio:
Narrative journalism/storytelling
Unscripted studio-based shows
Radio drama/audio fiction
Audiobooks?
Recording
Equipment
$200
$100
$170
$40
Total:
$510
*Time for exercise?
New online tool using
any type of telephone
(developed for day laborers)
Editing
* Brand New: StoryCorps mobile app for iPhone & Droid
On the Lower East Side, A Woman Emerges
From a Dark High Rise for First Time
by @MarianneMccune
* Transom tutorial at
bit.ly/tascamapp-howto
Listening
Recommendations
training.npr.org
The Read:
Well Deserved Laughs
on SoundCloud
Audio documentation of conference panels
(better than video)
Audio post
UNHCR
"The Gap"
by Ira Glass
"First Love & 21 Other Firsts"
by Whitney Jones
Sell stories directly to public radio stations
For most interviews, need quiet!
Field Recording
Gear
Combine with interview to create podcast similar to
Getting Rich Sound while Avoiding
"P Pops"
Write down questions and goals in advance (but don't look at during interview)

Prep participants (i.e. don't talk directly into mic or bang table)

Test levels with questions to participants: "What did you have for breakfast?"

Ask leading questions: Best question is "Then what happened?"

Signal that you’re listening, i.e. nodding and smiling

Think ahead but be present: Are all the pieces of the story on tape?

Wrap up with this critical question: “Now I need to record the sound of the room with no one talking for 30 seconds. While I do this, could you think of anything you’d like to add or something I didn’t ask about?”

More at
bit.ly/interviews-sofar

Podcasting for Racial Justice
.com/media/podcasting
Future of
Radio
E-newsletters
$175
$100
$270
$50
Total: $625
$30
Distance Interview without relying on telephone audio
Free
Garage Band
ProTools

$25/month
$60
Adobe Audition
$20-50/month
$95-375
Free 30 day trial
Next Steps
Image from "Radio: An Illustrated Guide"
by Abel & Glass
Anchor app
Glynn Washington:
Snap Judgment
github.com/nypublicradio/audiogram
How-to:
ealexjordan.com/installing
shortcut.thisamericanlife.org
iMovie
$70
iTunes/podcasts
+ Lists on other blogs and websites
"Stories about race and culture should include the main tenets of:
Are there fascinating characters?
Is there conflict?
And is it surprising?

Your job is not to do a story about culture. Your job is to do a story about people."
Stephanie Foo
"This American Life"
on Transom.org
"Show a people as one thing,
as only one thing,
over and over again,
and that is what they become.
It is impossible to talk about
the single story without
talking about power…
power is the ability
not just to tell the story
of another person,
but to make it the
definitive story of that person.”
Chimamanda Adichie
@PodcastsInColor
@WillColey
Studio
set up
$100 (x2)
$150
amp
$50 (x 2)
$30 (x 2)
$12 (x2)
Total: $530
What did you notice?
Just heard
example of
@LSNpodcasts @AquiferMedia @OppAgenda
#facingrace
favorites?
Podcasts about Podcasts
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