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.
11:25am Apr 18, 2017Music Music
Jonathan Hodges, owner of Underdog Records, a vinyl-only music store in downtown Winston-Salem, talks to Radio Camper Henry Lenham about his store and how his business is different from others.
11:59am Feb 07, 2017Music Music
Radio Camper Kia Mitchell talks to Grace and Nails's folk singer-songwriter Molly Grace about her emergence as a musician.
11:52am Feb 07, 2017Arts Arts
The founder of The Olio, Rebecca Byer, talks to radio camper Claire Howard about her local glassblowing studio.
10:26pm Feb 02, 2017Music Music
The Director of Dommunication of the Winston-Salem symphony, Rachel Williams, tells radio camper Quinn McCrea about how she got into her career.
10:20pm Feb 02, 2017Environment Environment
Matthew Burczyk and Radio Camper Ian Jarvis consider how to promote a more bike-friendly Winston-Salem.
10:13pm Feb 02, 2017Arts Arts
Cinematographer, Jonathan Pfundstein, discusses his freelance work with Radio Camper Davin Shim.
10:00pm Feb 02, 2017Arts Arts
John Coyne used to be an architect. He now designs theaters country-wide. Radio Camper Zane Farmer sits down and considers the connections between the two.
12:04pm Feb 02, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Landscaper and Civil Engineer Doug Stimmel discusses his work around the Triad area with Radio Camper Jeremiah Rabon.
11:56am Feb 02, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Xander Schunder interviews Kimberly Mozingo on topics such as her career working on bettering the community and the importance of having a passion.
11:36am Feb 02, 2017Environment Environment
Radio Camper Paul Howard discusses the current state of sustainable food production in the Triad with Margie Imus, a local non-profit farm owner.
11:26am Feb 02, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper Max Seijn interviews Mary Haglund, owner of Mary's Gourmet Diner and cofounder of Mary's Mavens.
11:13am Feb 02, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Alyssa Henry interviews artist and owner of Third Eye Studio Jan Detter about the importance of art and its impact on the community.
10:53am Feb 02, 2017Music Music
Radio Camper Trent Smart interviews jazz drummer Usman Salahuddin about how he discovered jazz and his experience performing at a jazz festival in Burkina Faso.