Hypothesis-Driven Design (and our step-by-step guide) can help you navigate uncharted territory in a complicated storytelling project.
Use these prompts and quick tips to get your creative process started.
Conversations between nonjournalists combine the thrill of eavesdropping with the intimacy of the kitchen table — but they can be hard to pull off. We have some tips.
Creating — and sustaining — an editorial email newsletter can be tough. We’ve identified three models that are delivering results in public media.
Print and audio journalism exist in the same world — but the terrain is different. Let this serve as your map.
Sourcing the news is getting harder all the time. For three seasoned NPR reporters, it involves careful vetting, delicate negotiations and, every now and then, cigars.
To build a strong vocal presence for audio storytelling, you should practice a daily warm-up routine that involves body, breath and voice.
No one is available to read behind you and it’s nearly time to hit “publish.” What do you do? Call on the copy editor within.
This post will help you identify problematic audio, prevent the most common problems and recognize when it’s time to call for help.