Updates and announcements about APM’s work, both local and national. Includes press links, special events, and other activities that have been keeping us busy.
|Story Workshop Spring 2013: Listening Event
Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 7 p.m., Redfield Hall, Woods Hole, MA Nine Transom Story Workshop students have spent eight weeks learning the craft of telling stories with sound. Join us for a public listening event on Thursday, May 23rd at 7:00 at Redfield Hall, 57 Water Street, in Woods Hole, to celebrate their work and[.....]
|APM Completes Google Earth Monarch Tour
APM, working in conjunction with scientist/reporter Ari Daniel Shapiro and biologist Eduardo Garcia‐Milagros, has been awarded a second Google Outreach Developer Grant. The 2012 grant will be used to produce a Google Earth tour for One Species at a Time: Stories of Biodiversity on the Move.
|“Walking Across America: Advice for a Young Man”
TRANSOM.org presented a public listening event April 3, at the Community Hall in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The house was packed, standing room only, with a lively question and answer session following the program. Jay Allison introduced the evening’s special guest, co-producer Andrew Forsthoefel, who set out at age 23 to walk across America, east to west, 4000[.....]
|Transom Story Workshop
The Spring 2012 Transom Story Workshop session ended with a successful public listening event May 24. Application deadline for the fall is June 15.
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|Radiolab’s Jad Abumrad to Speak In Woods Hole 8/19
Atlantic Public Media is bringing the co-host of public radio’s Radiolab to Cape Cod to present a talk on the tensions involved in telling stories, particularly stories about science. The event will be held at 7:30 pm on Sunday, August 19th at MBL’s Lillie Auditorium, 7 MBL Street, in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
This event is a benefit for Atlantic Public Media, Inc. and its Peabody Award-winning website Transom.org, a showcase and workshop for new public media. In addition to founding our local NPR station, WCAI, APM produces The Moth Radio Hour (also a Peabody winner) and created the popular NPR series, This I Believe, and many other national projects, including the Transom Story Workshop, an eight-week training for beginning radio producers, in Woods Hole.
Tickets for the event are available in advance at Eight Cousins Bookstore, in Falmouth. $35 credit card, $30 cash, in advance from Eight Cousins Bookstore. $35 at the door: cash or check only. Call for availability: 508-548-5548