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NGO / Operateur APM USA

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Adresse / Address : Public Media, 3 Water Street
P.O. Box 445       Woods Hole, MA 02543
Tel. : (508) 548-5527
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Created : 2001 Statut : Privé

Mission Statement : Atlantic Public Media administers APM is a non-profit organization based in Woods Hole, Massachusetts which has as its mission "to serve public broadcasting through training and mentorship, and through support for creative and experimental approaches to program production and distribution." How It Works is an experiment in channeling new work and voices to public radio through the Internet, for discussing that work, and encouraging more. We've designed as a performance space, an open editorial session, an audition stage, a library, and a hangout. Our purpose is to create a worthy Internet site and make public radio better. Performance Space - Obvious enough. People submit work to be featured on the site. We choose the work we like best. Audiences drop by to listen to it. Open Editorial Session - Special Guests are invited to comment on the work. Bulletin Boards encourage conversations between them, the producers, and everyone else. Audition Stage - Work appearing on will be auditioned by representatives of radio programs and networks here and abroad. They are scouting for talent, new work and ideas. We have agreements with most of these programs to support by mentioning it on the air. If you're interested in getting on the radio, a good way to do it would be to create your best possible thing, and have it chosen to be showcased here. A Library - Besides the audio work which we'll be archiving, we're offering other resources and links for people interested in radio production. Check the "Tools" section. A Hangout - The bulletin boards give you a chance to chat with other producers, contribute your ideas, make suggestions for the site, ask questions....hang out.

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Transom Tools provides technical help for producing programs, from collecting sound in the field, through editing and mixing on Digital Workstations, up to preparing your program for uplink or upload. The columns and discussion boards can help experienced producers negotiate the conceptual shift from analog production and make best use of their tools, as well as folks just starting out with their first projects. The "" website includes a section "Tools", full of interesting and relevant tips and resources: "Shout out ! A Kid's Guide to Recording Stories" (see more details in TRRAACE on line library); tests of machines (like various MP3 recorders), introductory papers and columns about recording/interviewing, on microphones, on digital editing softwares (Pro Tools, Audacity), Web audio and streaming, etc.

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