What if the pronunciation of a name has you stumped — and you have to say it on air? Here’s how to do it accurately and understandably.
Save yourself from embarrassing misspellings of proper nouns with these tips.
It’s been a busy, yet fulfilling, year for the NPR Training team. And after a year full of webinars, conferences, training sessions, and more, we’re thrilled that you find our content helpful in your daily work. Now, we want to share the 5 most popular posts that we published in 2018.
Here’s what we’ve learned from our experimentation with 360 audio recording.
Whether you’re making a podcast or audio documentary, this in-depth guide will help you improve the quality of your mixes.
This step-by-step guide shows a straightforward method for mixing audio stories, podcasts and more.
All you need is a story idea, an open mind and some friends.
The lead is the introduction — the first sentences — that should pique your readers’ interest and curiosity.
Use these prompts and quick tips to get your creative process started.
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.
This is printable and shareable guide to vox-gathering for NPR. You can use it as your own tip sheet or send it out to a producer who has been assigned to get vox. What do I ask? One uniform question – or series of questions. The vox question should be made clear in your assignment.