For attendees of "Making Our Own Media" at the APRIL conference in Virginia Beach, presented by myself and Lawerence Carter-Long.  Below you can find the selections we played and some other pieces we thought you'd enjoy.

Featured Audio:

KUAF's Disability Minute for July 20, 2015:   Interview with Kasey Hodges

EVIL LUNG DEATH:  Sometimes the story isn't what you think it is

The Exhibit Stares Back: What happens when a group of disabled people occupy Philadelphia's Museum of Medical Oddities?

The Ruth Show: quirky teen with a mic- what will she ask next? (straight up community radio!) 

The Superbowl for Old Time Bands:  Stephanie and Lawrence set loose at the 80th annual old fiddlers convention in spectacular Galax, Virginia!
 

Recommended Audio: 

My Lobotomy: Howard Dully's Journey into his hidden medical past. 

The Hospital Always Wins: Award-winning Audio Documentary, 10 years in the making.  

In helping those with Disabilities, ADA Improves Access for all:  NPR's Joe Shapiro reveals the overlooked benefits of equal access. 

Sarah and Joshua Litman: A 12 year old boy with Aspergers' Syndrome interviews his Mom on Story Corps. 

 

Disability radio:

That's IL Baby!:  Home-grown Talk radio with Mike, Wes, and RenAe direct from Missoula MT.  

Disability Visibility Project: Disability Centered voices Produced in partnership with NPR's Storycorps. 

Madness Radio: Voices and Vision from outside Mental Health.

Pushing Limits:  Produced by and for disabled people.

Ouch!:  groundbreaking Disability-produced multi-media with a British Accent.

 

Audio Production Resources: 

Transom.org: everything the new producer could ask for!

Soundcloud and Audioboom: Upload your Audio. 

Audacity & Protools First:  Free Audio Editing Software.

ON Protools aCCessibility for the blind

Information regarding Audacity's Accessibility

SIgn-up for NPR's Editorial Training Team Newsletter

AIR Media: Public Broadcasting's Talent Network. (Membership Required) 

Podcasting Legal Guide: Do's and Don'ts you need to know.

Third Coast: The Premier Audio storytelling resource, festival, competitions, and library. 

 

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