[Intern Orientation]: Research, Archives & Data Strategy (RAD)

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This session is an overview of how NPR researchers and data strategists partner with interns and everyone else at NPR. You will learn the following: How to use Artemis, NPR’s in-house digital archive How to use Orpheus, NPR’s in-house digital music collection How to use researcher-curated internal resources, such as the pronunciation guide How to

[Intern Orientation]: NewsFlex

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NewsFlex: This is an introduction to the NPR news story asset management system. In this session, we show you how to create and manage story collections and their properties, how to access news wires, and more. Who: all content interns (invite only)

[Intern Orientation]: Sourcing Diversity

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Sourcing Diversity: We strive to “look and sound like America.” That means working every day to bring voices and stories to our audience that cut across race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and identity, class, geography, ideology, abilities, and all the other ways we define ourselves. Chief Diversity Officer Keith Woods will talk about the why and

[Intern Orientation]: NewsFlex Web Client

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NewsFlex Web Client: This is an introduction to the NPR news story asset management system. In this session, we show you how to create and manage story collections and their properties, how to access news wires, and more on a Mac. Who: all content interns (invite only)

[Intern Orientation]: Seamus

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Seamus: Seamus (SHAY-muss) is NPR.org’s content management system. It is the publishing tool for all things digital (including pages on NPR.org, podcasts, NPR One, etc.). In this session, you will learn to create a Seamus story page with Digital Storytelling Specialist Holly Morris. Who: all content interns (invite only)

[Intern Orientation]: Podcast Music Rights

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Podcast Music Rights: This training will cover available resources, rules to follow, and how this guidance differs from what’s legal in the newsroom. This training is for anyone who uses music for podcasts—from supervising editors to producers to interns. Speakers from RAD and our legal department lead this session.  Who: all podcast interns (invite only)