from training.npr.org: https://training.npr.org/2022/03/09/journalism-interview-rules-sources/
When interviewing sources, transparency is the key to trust
These best practices from NPR editors and producers will help you set clear expectations for what happens during and after an interview.
Feign ignorance, demystify the mic and other audio interview tips
Here’s how to prepare for an interview, set your sources at ease and get all your questions answered.
Catch audio problems in radio interviews — before they happen
Our checklist will help producers catch potential pitfalls before and during interviews, whether remote or in-person.
The show editor’s interview checklist
On a show, the interview is brief and it is the story. So much depends on preparation, and having an editor’s ear.
Protecting, cleaning and sanitizing your gear the right way
Keeping your gear safe and sanitary is not a one-step process. More like four to six steps. Get ’em here.
A field guide to reporting on COVID-19 (bring plastic wrap)
Put on your mask and stock up on alcohol wipes — you’re going into the coronavirus-infested wilds.
Casting, coaching and cutting: A producer’s guide to ‘unmoderated conversations’
Conversations between nonjournalists combine the thrill of eavesdropping with the intimacy of the kitchen table — but they can be hard to pull off. We have some tips.
The steps to finding, developing and vetting news sources
Sourcing the news is getting harder all the time. For three seasoned NPR reporters, it involves careful vetting, delicate negotiations and, every now and then, cigars.
How to inject ‘documentary flair’ into your story
Infuse documentary-style radio into everyday reporting (even when you think you don’t have the time or material).
15 principles of show booking
If a good radio show is like a good dinner party, the a booker is manager of the guest list.