Jessica Alpert moderated this session that focused on the power of audio to enhance storytelling in new and exciting ways. Jocelyn Frank learned about audio at NPR University. The DC intern-turned-producer played a tantalizing mix of answers to the question: “What are you hungry for?” to kick off the post-lunch session. (Which is a good thing or we all might have ended up hungry! A veteran of Radio Expeditions, Morning Edition and more, Frank remains fascinated by how communities define themselves and tell their stories. She stresses that survival in the world of audio takes being able to adapt, to... read more
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