"Turning Oral History into a Podcast" with Michelle Harven, a Top-Off Oral History Workshop with the DC Oral History Collaborative
May 2, 2019; 6pm-8pm; Shaw Neighborhood Library (1630 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001)
In this session, you’ll learn how to take raw audio recordings and turn it into a produced, shareable product. If you have recorded interviews, or just an idea, we’ll provide a plan of action on what to do after hitting that record button. Every project will be different, but how you create digestible content requires similar steps. Feel free to bring recordings, your ideas, and your questions, so we can turn your audio into an episode.
Michelle Harven is a freelance podcaster and journalist. She’s currently developing a podcast for the Department of Defense’s independent media arm, "Stars and Stripes," hosting an upcoming podcast for The Aspen Institute, and producing the award-winning podcast, "DC Diary." She created "Legacy," a podcast sharing older generations’ stories for insight into the world today. Previously, she was an associate producer for The PBS NewsHour.
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