Amplify your voice & tell the stories that matter
Do you listen to podcasts frequently? Are you passionate about topics that you want to share with an audience? Spy Hop is looking for teens to create podcast episodes and learn all about audio for No Static, a podcast program that focuses on addressing social issues and topics that are relevant to you. You will learn about different types of audio storytelling (vox pop, radio commentary, radio drama, broadcast journalism) and work with other teens to create 2 unique podcast episodes. This entirely online class will teach you how to record, interview, and edit your pieces. If you like to talk, write, record, and share your ideas with the world, No Static is for you!
This class requires an Interview Session conducted via Zoom with the teaching mentor prior to being accepted into the class. The Interview Session is simply a way for the mentor and student to get to know each other and to assess interests, skill level, and set expectations for the program. Prospective students will be notified prior to the start of class of their acceptance into the program. The teaching mentor for No Static Podcast will contact prospective students directly to schedule interviews.
What Happens in this Class:
- Create theme based podcast episodes.
- Learn how to edit audio in Adobe Audition.
- Learn how to record in studio and at home.
- Learn how to interview online and in person .
- Learn and create different types of audio stories like radio documentaries and radio dramas.
Materials & Gear Needed:
Spy Hop Gear available for check out.
- Recording Device
- Audio Editing Software
Access to Gear and Technology Matters
We believe that access to high quality gear, technology and equipment should not be a barrier to civic participation. Therefore, Spy Hop has gear packages available for FREE for any student who needs it in order to take a Spy Hop class. Gear can be picked up at Spy Hop’s downtown facilities and kept for the duration of the program. Gear packages are coordinated directly with Spy Hop’s Program Director, Jeremy Chatelain.