The five-day intensive, led by award-winning producer Audrey Quinn, gathers gifted media experimenters at UnionDocs June 20-24 for a full week of craft, discussion and workshops with instructors including Sean Cole (This American Life), Von Diaz (StoryCorps), Celeste LeCompte (ProPublica) and Amanda Aronczyk (WNYC).
Applications for the Winter 2016 intensive will open this fall. Sign up here for more information about the program and upcoming workshops.
5. Get Above the Fray. The fellowship supports foreign reporting for NPR in regions that aren't often covered. (The John Alexander Project)
Grab this job: AIR's next talent manager
AIR is seeking candidates to join its team in Boston, working with the best media talent in the country.
Our ideal Talent Manager has a minimum of five years of professional experience in community/membership management, a passion for bringing out the best in storymakers who compose our network, exceptional collaboration skills, and big ambitions for professional growth. Experience in public media is a plus.
Inclusion is a pillar of AIR’s work. We actively seek and encourage a diverse pool of applicants to join our team as we work for growth and change in media. We encourage people of color and others from underrepresented populations in public media to apply and to refer this opening to others who share our goals. [READ THE JOB DESCRIPTION]
Applications are due Friday.
Employment begins June 15.