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Columbia University, Knox Hall

606 W 122nd Street

New York, NY 10027

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Oral History + Radio, Robin Miniter

So you’ve recorded a whole bunch of audio. Now what? In this class, we’ll explore intersection of oral history and audio documentary. We will be learning the basics editing and scoring. Students should come prepared with a computer, headphones, and the free trial version of Hindenburg Journalist. This workshop will be appropriate for folks interested in the construction of sound and story: oral historians, casual recordists, aspiring podcasters, and hopeful radio makers.

Robin Miniter is an independent radio producer and 2017 graduate of Columbia University’s Oral History program. She took to the women’s rugby fields in India as a 2011-2012 Fulbright-Nehru Student Research Scholar and has since found herself exploring geographies through sound: acoustic ecologies, audio ethnographies, place-based radio stories. She’s a Spring 2018 graduate of the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole, Ma. Robin is a member of PRX and AIR.

*For our oral history workshops, please pay what you can. We suggest $30 for students, recent graduates, or others who are financially constrained, while we suggest that professionals and those with more resources should pay more. All profits from these events go towards our annual merit scholarship for an OHMA student. Please note that OHMA applicants can get their admission fee waived if they attend a workshop.

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