Howdy WBTV-LP fans!
We are inching closer to getting on the air (streaming first) and we are switching our gears on audio/radio education so we can start prepping for programmer training! But, we can’t resist still holding a few audio & radio events this month. All events are at the VCAM/RETN media classroom space in their community media center at 208 Flynn Ave., Burlington, VT.
Make sure to check out:
- RETN & WBTV-LP present StoryCraft :: Recording Life: Conversations on the Process, Art and Work of Audio Recording with Erica Heilman of Rumble Strip Vermont. HOSTED BY: Rumble Strip Vermont and WBTV-LP. Thursday, April 14, 2016. Doors open 5:30 | Conversation begins 6 p.m. (details below).
- WBTV Unplugged is all set with Melissa Pasanen, Food Editor for Vermont Life Magazine on Wednesday, April 27 at 6 p.m. It is a live radio interview, where you get to sit in and participate! Free.
RETN & WBTV-LP present StoryCraft :: Recording Life: Conversations on the Process, Art and Work of Audio Recording with Erica Heilman of Rumble Strip Vermont. HOSTED BY: Rumble Strip Vermont and WBTV-LP
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Doors open 5:30 | Conversation begins 6 p.m.
RETN is partnering with local media, literary, and arts organizations to bring insightful conversation and practical resources together, in six monthly events February – July. Listen and participate in talks with Vermont story makers, facilitated by Gin Ferrara of Spindle & Widget, with Burlington Writers Workshop, the Young Writers Project, VCAM, WBTV-LP, and more. Get inspired to tell your own story at our July event: a Pecha Kucha presentation!
Each conversation is recommended for ages 12 and up.
All events will be held at the new Media Factory, RETN and VCAM’s event, studio and classroom space at 208 Flynn Avenue.
Erica Heiman produces a podcast called Rumble Strip Vermont. Her independent radio work has aired on NPR’s Day to Day, Hearing Voices, SOUNDPRINT, KCRW’s UnFictional, and on major public radio affiliates across the country. Prior to her work in audio, Erica worked in documentary television in New York City. She produced programming for WNET, HBO and ABC News.
WBTV-LP is the new low-power community radio station being built as a program of RETN and VCAM, with the leadership of community leaders.