We are happy to announce our April workshop series!
Advanced Interview Skills: A workshop in advanced interview skills- hosted by Sam Fenn and Gordon Katic
Monday April 7th 7pm-9pm in Room 212a at UBC’s Student Union Building
How do you book, plan, prepare, and execute an interview? What’s the wrong way to ask questions? What’s the right way? Are there any tricks? In this intermediate workshop, Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn from the Terry Project talk about structuring interview questions that have a narrative arc, turning your interviews into scenes, and the dos and don’ts of effective pre-interviews.
Advanced Audio Editing in Audacity: A workshop in advanced audio editing- hosted by Sam Fenn, Gordon Katic and Chirag Mahajan
Thursday April 10th 7pm-9pm in Room 205 at UBC’s Student Union Building
How do you turn hours of tape into something that makes sense to your listeners? In this workshop, Chirag Mahajan, Gordon Katic, and Sam Fenn of the Terry Project go over the basics of editing with Audacity.
Gordon Katic hosts and producers the Terry Project on CiTR, a radio documentary series that focusses on how big academic ideas affect real people. He’s also a student at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism.
Sam Fenn is the producer and host of CiTR’s documentary radio program, the Terry Project. He’s also a MA student in the Department of History at UBC.
Chirag Mahajan is CiTR’s Campus Coverage Coordinator, Technical Producer of the Terry Project, and Producer of Discorder Radio. He lives in a world of words and sound!
If you are interested in attending please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, workshops are free for CiTR Members.