Articles by: Shuka Kalantari

Public Radio’s Multimedia Shift 0 comments2010 Third Coast Conference

Public Radio’s Multimedia Shift

November 7, 2010 at 10:19 pm

Google reader, RSS feeds, podcasts – consumers now have the tools to tailor their news intake exactly how they want it because of the web. NPR listeners want to read the stories online. New York Times readers want to see an audio slide show. Editors and project funders alike are following consumer demands, increasingly seeking multimedia packages from their reporters. Doing a print story? Bring a flip video camera along. Radio? Bring a still camera for an audio slide show, too.

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Audio Editing Apps & the “Power of 10” 0 comments2010 Third Coast Conference

Audio Editing Apps & the “Power of 10”

November 7, 2010 at 9:51 pm

By Shuka Kalantari There aren’t a lot of audio editing applications for smart phones–and they don’t hold a candle to software like Audition and ProTools–but […]

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Editing with Radiolab 0 comments2010 Third Coast Conference

Editing with Radiolab

November 6, 2010 at 10:23 am

By Shuka Kalantari At the Third Coast Conference, I won a raffle for a 20 minute editing session with Jad Abumrad of WNYC’s Radiolab. The […]

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