from training.npr.org: http://training.npr.org/blog/webinar-the-journey-from-print-to-radio-storytelling/
Webinar: The journey from print to radio storytelling
How is a radio news story different from a print story? It’s all journalism, but the principles and execution are different; sometimes, in head-scratching ways.
Many people in public radio and podcasting make the transition from print journalism. Morning Edition co-host David Greene is one of them, and he’s honest about how hard it can be to adjust to telling stories with sound. After many years as a Baltimore Sun reporter, David says he had to be “willing to learn [a] new art form.”
On Wednesday, February 21 from 1-2 p.m. ET (10-11 a.m. PT), join David and NPR Training’s Alison MacAdam for a webinar on making that transition — and helping others make it. David will share his experience, and we’ll talk about some of the fundamental differences – and similarities – between audio and print stories. We’ll also offer practical advice. Whether you’re a reporter in the midst of transition or you’re training others, you should find something in this webinar that’s relevant in your work.
This webinar is based on the NPR Training post, The journey from print to radio storytelling: A guide for navigating a new landscape and David’s partner piece, How NPR’s David Greene learned a new ‘art form’ in radio.