11:33am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Gwen Straker talks with professional phorographer Owens Daniels about how he embarked on his career and how photography helps him gain a deeper understanding of people.
11:30am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts Education
Lawren Desai, curator of Aperture Cinema, talks about the differences between commercial and art movie theater with Radio Camper Luke Rodden.
11:24am Jul 14, 2017Education Education
Radio Camper Sophie Kanzler talks with Career and Education Coach Jessica Long about her work with college students, helping prepare them for life after college, and connecting them with alumni and
11:16am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts Education
George Newman, Operations and Engineering Manager at 88.5 WFDD, talks with Annika Bouzas about the challenges behind the scenes of helping run a public radio station.
11:14am Jul 14, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper MacKenzie Starr speaks with Jennifer Clauss, owner of Canterlane Farm, about how she developed her love for horses and what it takes to run a horse farm.
11:00am Jul 14, 2017Education Education Health & Safety Human Interest
Ava Kanzler of Radio Camp 2017 speaks with Suzie Blackman about her drive to help others and the therapeutic effects of yoga.
10:49am Jul 14, 2017Education Education Environment
Adrienne Roethling, Director of Curation and Mission Delivery of the Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, speaks with Radio Camper Lochlan Downard about garden curating in the Triad.
10:47am Jul 14, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
Radio Camper Matthew Giles talks with touring musician Billie Feather about the appreciation European communities have for American traditional music, teaching others to perform, and her hobbies, i
10:33am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts Books Education
Jayden Bannister interviews local writer Spencer K. M. Brown. They discuss what led Brown on his path to writing, and he reads a short excerpt from his latest novel.
10:26am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Harrison Hayes interviews Chris Jordan, Director of Public Programs at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, about his career path and his passion for late baroque art and its use of
10:15am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts Education
Aaron Lawrence speaks to Rebecca Clark, Executive Director at Piedmont Triad Film Commission, about her drive for photography and filmmaking and how that has impacted employment of Triad area resid
10:14am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Calvin Sherman speaks to Jason Romney, Associate Dean of Design and Production at UNC School of the Arts, about sound design, what it is, and what led him to this career.
It takes time to produce great radio. Months of gathering tape, interviewing people, fact-checking, researching, writing . . . and the list goes on. It’s hard work, but it pays off. WFDD Hive’s Radio Camp is a condensed version of this radio production process. In just a week, participants learn how to record, write, and put together a story for broadcast.
With an expertly curated curriculum, Radio Camp participants acquire real-life radio production experience while having fun and playing games-- not to mention access to professional recording studios and equipment.
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