One of many resources at www.transom.org.
From www.transom.org, a great resource for media creators.
Guidance on making an audio portrait without narration.

Great tips for interviewers of all ages.
Excerpt from BBC Handbook

On-line courses for older youth and adults.
http://www.bbctraining.com/onlineCourse.asp?tID=2555&cat=2772

Motorola Foundation focus areas include (1) educational programs that encourage an interest in science, technology, engineering and math, particularly among girls and the underserved minorities and (2) connecting the unconnected, namely “to help bring the transformative power of wireless communication to communities that might otherwise be overlooked.

A Motorola Foundation program of specific interest is Innovation Generation Grants, designed for organizations that engage pre-K and K-12 students, especially girls and underrepresented minorities, and to teachers in STEM programming. Eligible programs include afterschool and summer science enrichment programs, activities that promote innovative technology use, and teacher-training initiatives.  Priority is given to pioneering programs that engage students and teachers in innovative, hands-on ways; teach innovation and creative problem-solving skills; focus on girls and underrepresented minorities.

http://www.motorola.com/content.jsp?globalObjectId=8135

Youth Radio/Youth Media International is a Peabody Award-winning youth-driven converged media production company that delivers the best youth news and culture and undiscovered talent to a cross section of audiences. Youthradio.org is a participatory news space where young reporters publish original content, including writing, audio, photo, and video directly to the website from anywhere in the world. Youth Radio/Youth Media International stories run regularly on NPR, PRI, American Public Media, boingboing.net, BBC, iTunes, The Huffington Post, CurrentTV, and other digital and broadcast outlets worldwide.

www.youthradio.org

The mission for the KFAI Youth News Initiative is to provide an intensive journalism training program for youth aged 13-18 and from communities of color.   The program provides training in news research, reporting, creative writing, voice training, producing, and digital recording and editing utilizing state-of-the-art technology in radio production, broadcasting, podcasting and blogging.


www.kfai.org/news/youth

Young people  using their own language to carry on public discourse, expressions of art or engaging in conversations of literature, public affairs and politics that ultimately air on KUYI Keams Canyon, AZ.

 

www.kuyi.net/kuyiprograms.html

 

Curie Youth Radio is a writing and radio production class at Curie High School on Chicago’s Southwest side. Students create their own stories: fresh takes on everything from snowball fights to gang warfare. They see their stories as a way for teenagers in one Chicago high school to reach out to the rest of the world.  The program’s goal is to help students bring their stories to the rest of the world while helping them learn strong storytelling, editing, and production skills, as well as a critical awareness of media and audience.

www.curiehs.org/curie_youth_radio

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