Introduction to Audio Documentary


Practicing the research, recording, and digital production of short audio (podcast or public radio-style) documentaries. Through listening in and out of class, exposure to various approaches from journalistic to narrative to artistic. Exploration of audio documentary as a medium for telling stories and examining issues of social and cultural significance and for advancing equity and justice. Substantial, deeply researched, professionally produced audio final project with a minimal length of twenty minutes, and a written essay reflecting on lessons learned about audio documentary as a field of inquiry. Open only to graduate students in the MFAEDA program.

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Open only to graduate students in the MFAEDA program

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Fall Only