What do you want to know about public media storytelling?

This training site is intended to be a repository of guides, best practices and case studies on all aspects of public media storytelling. But we know we haven’t — and can’t — think of everything to cover. Moreover, we want to make sure we’re developing material that is actually relevant to you.

Have you always wondered which mic you should use in ‘X’ situation (by the way, we already answered that)? Want to know what you need in a Facebook Live kit? Anything goes — we just want to know what you’re curious about.

So, what do you want to know?

Send us an email (trainingteam@npr.org) with your question. Make sure to include your name and contact information.

How does it work?

If we take up your question, we’ll get in touch to learn more about what you want to know. Our answer may take the form of a short blog post, how-to guide, video or something else.

Who can ask questions?


What we’ve covered so far …

How can I find a quiet place to record in noisy urban environments?
Q&A on ethics and fact-checking in journalism
What does it mean to tell a story in three acts?
Audio production FAQ: Headphones, levels, mics and more
How can I get better at standups?