The Art of Sound, Storytelling in the Age of the Podcast
A workshop by Susan Davis for NGO representatives, environmental activists, researchers, and media specialists
On February 13, 2017 at 15:00-17:00
Public Journalism Club
Address: 30 Martiros Saryan St., 2nd Floor
During the workshop the participants will learn:
- A story creating and storytelling through Podcast.
- In particular, reference will be made to selecting and developing a story in the era of digital broadcasting with the use of visual elements.
Simultaneous translation from English into Armenian and vice versa will be provided during the workshop.
Due to the limited places, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail by COB February 10, 2017.
The course will also be available via online live stream on Public Journalism Club Facebook page.
Susan Davis is a storyteller – by nature, by craft, by art and by profession. For two decades, she has ferreted out the most memorable, most profound, most complex and most interesting characters and brought their tales to the listeners of public radio, including the shows “Marketplace,” “Soundprint,” “All Things Considered,” “Talk of the Nation,” and the National Desk at NPR. She has overseen all aspects of production including the choosing and developing of stories, the writing and editing of scripts and the production details of sound elements including directing live programs. She has taught workshops on behalf of The Public Radio Program Directors, The Public Radio News Directors, Wake Forest University, Duke University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Muddy Puppy Media. Susan has a B.A. from Reed College in Portland, Oregon and an MFA in Poetry from The Writing Programs at the University of Houston in Texas. She is the co-editor of the essay collection Searching for Mary Poppins, and the author of the poetry collection Gathering Sound.