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Media That Matters 2011 Videos

Katy Chevigny on Choosing a Platform

Keynote speaker, Katy Chevigny, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Arts Engine, Inc., speaks about choosing the right platform for your story.

 

Katy Chevigny on Embracing Collaboration 

 Keynote speaker, Katy Chevigny, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Arts Engine, Inc., speaks about the importance of collaboration.

 

Glynn Washington on Collaboration

From the panel "Radio: What Can We Learn From Innovations in Radio Storytelling?," Executive Producer and Host of the radio program Snap Judgment, Glynn Washington, speaks about collaboration.

 

Al Letson on the Importance of Story

From the panel "Radio: What Can We Learn From Innovations in Radio Storytelling?," Host and Co-Executive Producer of the public radio program State of the Re:Union (SOTRU), Al Letson, makes his closing remarks on the importance of story.

 

State of the Re:Union Introduction Featuring Al Letson

From the panel "Radio: What Can We Learn From Innovations in Radio Storytelling?" Video introduction to the public radio program State of the Re:Union (SOTRU) featuring host and Co-Executive Producer, Al Letson.

 

 

Michael Garofalo on Radio Ethics

From the panel "Radio: What Can We Learn From Innovations in Radio Storytelling?," Michael Garofalo, Senior Producer of StoryCorps, talks about ethics in radio.

 

Animated StoryCorps Episode: "Q&A"

From the panel "Radio: What Can We Learn From Innovations in Radio Storytelling?" StoryCorps Senior Producer, Michael Garofalo, played the MTM audience this animated StoryCorps episode in which Joshua Littman, a 12-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, interviews his mother, Sarah. Joshua's unique questions and Sarah's loving, unguarded answers reveal a beautiful relationship that reminds us of the best—and the most challenging—parts of being a parent.

 

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