Who is AIR?
What did we learn from AIR's 2014 Survey of Independent Producers? About 20 percent of incoming indie producers are people of color, more members identify public media as their primary focus, and "best moments" of the year included things like this: "Finding out about BBC's Real America competition, and winning it!" (For previous producer surveys, click here.)
Webinar Suggestion Box
AIR webinars have covered subjects including the use of SoundCloud, Kickstarter and Hindenburg; story pitching; audio levels 101; and legal topics including licensing and copyrights. How we can help in your professional development? Share your suggestions here.
Third Coast is Coming!
... which means it's time to pitch your very best stories. Ann Heppermann curates AIR's popular Pitch Panel at Third Coast Conference with editors from "All Things Considered," "Latino USA," "Radiolab," "Radiotonic," "This American Life," and "Unfictional." Apply now!
Have a 'blast
In September's AIRblast, check out our case study about marketing a podcast like a (literal) rock star, 45 new AIR network producers, and our brand-new look.
AIR identifies, cultivates, and deploys gifted media-makers from across the US and worldwide whose stories enrich public media and its service to citizens each day.
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