Competition details here: http://www.hearsayfestival.ie/
An award for radio lacking a beginning, middle, and end.
Tape Festival is partnering up with Random Tape, a found sound podcast by David Weinberg, and KCRW's Independent Producer Project to present the first ever Gold Tape Competition. This award is for tiny, standalone, golden audio moments — a little clip, a deleted scene, a lovely tangent. These bits can be absurd, bizarre, emotional, or just completely unexpected. Like Random Tape, the Gold Tape Competition is a home for orphaned audio.
Don’t delay, submit your entries soon.
More here: http://tapefest.org/competition/
SCREEN and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism invite you to apply.
Screen Production Lab is a four-month, production-oriented training and mentorship program that focuses on the new visual documentary in its variety of formats and distribution paths. This lab simulates real production and distribution scenarios for participants.
The first session, focused on production issues, will take place from June 22-26 at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York.
The second session, centered on distribution, will take place in October 2015 in New York.
The Lab is led by award-winning picture editors and multimedia producers.
Please, find further information here:
Pitch your story or just sit back and learn from the best.
In addition to their Pure Storytelling keynote on Saturday 14th Feb, Brian and Miki are inviting you to a storytelling masterclass and pitch session at Pause Festival 2015. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn about great stories and how to pitch them, from the very best in the world.
It doesn’t matter what your story is about, as long as it’s memorable and true.
Snap Judgment is accepting pitches with a quick turn around time for Valentines day. If anyone has an already produced piece or a live story that might fit our general format (plot driven narrative arch, twists and turns, surprising ending) send that along too please.
Below find some general instructions and inspiration about pitching to Snap. Please send any pitches or questions to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This audio-first intensive designed by AIR in partnership with UnionDocs exposes producers to a broad range of creative approaches to storytelling and provides an expanded set of technical skills for the 21st century multimedia environment. Workshop will be held at UnionDocs in Brooklyn, NY.
The award will recognise their favourite audio – work that is bold, compelling and inspiring. They are looking for work that demonstrates a spirit of adventure, whether it be in editing, storytelling, sound design, subject or presenting style.
Documentaries can be anything up to one hour, completed between 1st January 2014 and 2nd February 2015. We are inviting submissions from radio, podcast/online, live listening events and installations. Non English language pieces are welcome, as long as they are accompanied by an English translation script. Director’s cuts of broadcast work also welcome.
The aim of this two day course is to provide participants with the resources, storytelling skills and contacts that will enable them to create long form radio documentaries. The course is global in scope and will assist participants in selling their work to broadcasters around the world. This workshop will be held in Sydney, Australia
Ready to spend three days with hundreds of fellow producers, artists, students, and audio enthusiasts, talking about storytelling on the airwaves and beyond? Ready to come together, listen to each other’s work, share ideas and expertise, and make priceless connections with future colleagues and new friends? Ready to get down on the dance floor with your Radio Heros?
Make an inspiring and successful podcast. A exceptional group of professional podcasters and radio producers help you develop your audio practice and podcasting vision.
This seminar designed by UnionDocs in partnership with Benjamen Walker and PRX network Radiotopia will show producers the various creative practices of podcasting. It will offer them technical tools and skill sets for navigating through the podcasting revolution and finding their own path in this emergent medium.
The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva), are holding their Interviewing & Recording Workshop in New York City on Wednesday, September 17 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm at WNYC Radio. The three-hour session is designed for people who want to acquire and hone their skills for an array of audio projects: radio, online, podcasts, storytelling, oral histories, audio slideshows, family histories, news, investigative reporting, documentaries and other multimedia platforms.
The workshop will be held on the 8th floor of WNYC, 160 Varick St., NY, NY 10013
Soundproof are currently accepting new pitches.
They are also seeking works from 5 – 15 minutes, in response to three prompts:
- Unspoken Story: tell a story that isn’t driven by words
- Audio Photograph: how do your ears look at the world?
- High / Low: sound art meets junk food
Radiotonic is currently accepting pitches. It's a new radio program produced and presented by RN’s Creative Audio Unit. It explores the ever-evolving audio landscape, bringing the best and brightest working across mediums in Australia and beyond to the airwaves, and carving out space for innovative sounds and stories ranging from the familiar to the unexpected.