Radio Camp is a week-long, summer enrichment day camp for middle school students interested in technology, journalism, and the exciting world of radio!
Over the week, students learn the basics of audio recording in the studio and in the field; how to conduct an interview; how to edit sound on computers into a news story; and the other skills needed to write, record, edit, and create stories for radio broadcast.
Experience Radio Camp by watching our short video.
2:23pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Norman Coates is a Lighting Designer at UNCSA.
3:12pm Jul 19, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper Alyssa Hughes spoke with John Whisnant, Executive Director of the Paul J.
3:09pm Jul 19, 2017Arts Arts Education
Radio Camper Ali Hardin interviews Joe Rotondi, the Executive Director of The Forge, which provides affordable access to tools and technology, on how he gets involved in community activities in Gre
3:03pm Jul 19, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Reuben Akins talks with Preston Lane, the Founding Artistic Director of Triad Stage about his work in theater.
3:00pm Jul 19, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Eric Ginsburg is the Managing Editor of Triad City Beat. He talks with Radio Camper Jeremiah Meyer about telling stories through interviewing and sharing experiences with police bias.
2:53pm Jul 19, 2017Arts Arts
Rosina Whitfield, the Director of Artistic Development for The Drama Center of City Arts, speaks with Radio Camper Celia Bennett about how she became involved with the Drama Center and how she conn
2:42pm Jul 19, 2017Environment Environment
Creativity And Partnerships Contribute To Fundraising Success For Piedmont Land Conservancy: Greg Keener
Greg Keener is the Development Director for Piedmont Land Conservancy. Radio Camper Reese Sizemore talked with him about what inspires him in his job.
2:34pm Jul 19, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
Scott Hicks is a local guitarist/singer. Radio Camper Nathan Elliott spoke with him about how he got into punk rock, how he started his band Totally Slow, and what his influences are.
11:39am Jul 14, 2017Economy Economy
Using Motivational Speaking to Teach Money Management and Help People Stay Out of Debt: Ja'Net Adams
Radio Camper Gretchen Lawson talks with Ja'Net Adams about her work as a motivational speaker and author. Ja'Net teaches money management and how to stay out of debt.
11:38am Jul 14, 2017Arts Arts Education
Jim Sparrow, President and CEO of The Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County, discusses his love for art and how it enhances people's lives with Radio Camper Reese Robinson.
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