You know that one audio project you can't seem to finish? Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies has you in mind.  Their Making it Sing training supports audio storytellers and podcast producers in advancing a current project or trying something new. Detroit's own Satori Shakoor joins Scene On Radio's John Beiwen & documentarian Michael Betts, II to guide you to the finish line. 

 

Making it Sing is for experienced audio producers, podcasters, audio storytellers and documentarians. Priority is given to creators who are Black, Indigenous, people of color, LGBTQI, women and/or living with a disability. 

This 3-day intensive training occurs Sunday - Tuesday, October 11 - 13 (the week leading up to Detroit Podcast Conference).

 

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$600* per attendee includes:

  • Intensive training with three leading experts in audio and live storytelling, documentary making and podcasting.

  • 1 year membership to Association of Independents in Audio (AIR Media)

  • 1 year license to Hindenburg audio editing software

  • A chance for your audio piece to air on WDET, Detroit's Public Radio Station

  • A chance for your audio piece to air on WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio

  • Full access to Detroit Podcast Conference, October 16 - 18

*Full scholarships are available. 

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