Please see below for details about Tuesday May 15th (yep, tomorrow) 7pm featuring Sean Cole! (bio below)
:::ALso, a some highlights (from Slammer) of the great DCLL meeting of May 2012
:::and a link from Andy T. about sound and silence as discussed at the DCLL meeting
Sean Cole: Unorthodox Approaches to Radio Storytelling
Tuesday, 15 May 2012, 7 pm
Goethe-Institut Washington, GoetheForum
+1 (202) 289-1200
Sean Cole discusses unorthodox approaches to non-fiction radio storytelling, and struggling (or at least pretending) to be yourself on the air.
Sean Cole is a producer for the award-winning WNYC program Radiolab. Previously, he was a frequent contributor to American Public Media's Marketplace, and has reported for numerous public radio outlets including This American Life, All Things Considered, and Studio 360, among others. Sean got his start in radio in 1997 at WBUR in Boston.
::: some highlights (from Slammer) of the great DCLL meeting of May 2012
George kicked off with--Live folk music recording at a DC house show, Apaiary. an old song with a new spin.
Doug-- 1990 recording Amsterdam: Rock band meets and greets Salvation Army Band-a sound collision turns sometimes harmonious
Mark-- Produced piece for State of the Reunion on the Wyoming Juvenile Justice System. Podcast from otherwise reject audio (hear what can happen!).
Jocelyn--audio portrait about one man's passion for kite flying and designing- turns philosophical
Tom. Live recording of a Jack Karouac style monthly poetry get together. Featuring Jimmy Lee Warner. More on audiotale.com
Leila-- College Station IDs with a rousing discussion on the science behind them and how to get the best id at a music venue. Plus Hirshorn Song 1 recordings.
David--New Years shooting tradition: Warding off spirits Cherryville, North Carolina Style
:::and a link from Andy T. as discussed at the DCLL meeting
"I think this might be this the finnish light thing"
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