from training.npr.org: http://training.npr.org/audio/how-to-make-local-listeners-care-about-your-story/
Using data from the NPR One app, we identified specific approaches to telling audio stories that can inspire your audience to sit up and listen.
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How can you break through the competition for ears? First of all, of course, you need a good story. But there’s more … data gathered from NPR One offers lessons for keeping listeners engaged.