In addition to our own award winning projects and collaborations, Jay Allison and the staff of Atlantic Public Media offer a number of services, including:
Atlantic Public Media is developing a repertoire of audio sound/slideshow presentations. Sample some of the recent work we’ve done for hospital fundraising events.
Elana and Jack Sargent, whose father’s battle against cancer inspired Elana to begin a handmade bracelet fundraising effort, and Jack to organize a staff vs student hockey game.
Atlantic Public Media consults for national series, stations, and networks, offering critique, show doctoring, talent development, and production services. For example, Jay Allison and Viki Merrick consult on, edit, and mix America’s Test Kitchen Radio, the radio version of the popular DIY cooking show on television.
Learn more here: http://www.americastestkitchen.com/radio/
We are also available for both hands-on, or remote training for both groups and individuals.
Through its series This I Believe, Atlantic Public Media gained years of experience in editing and coaching people from all walks of life in the public presentation of their personal stories. We have used those skills in crafting speeches and other presentations for non-profit organizations.
APM has a long and diverse history with the Web and its tools. For example, check out the Podcast and Google Earth Tours produced for One Species at a Time — part of our ongoing collaboration with Encyclopedia of Life.
APM founder and producer Jay Allison has spoken internationally on topics ranging from the power of storytelling, to the art of first-person narrative and This I Believe project, to the role of public media in local communities. He has lectured at Harvard, Brown, the University of Michigan, and many other schools, colleges and public fora across the country, as well as in Great Britain, the Netherlands, Nepal, and other countries.
He has offerred keynote addresses for many organizations, for example, the closing “Benediction” at the 2011 Public Radio Program Director’s conference. His talk was featured in the October 3 issue of Current Magazine, and is available at Transom.org, with both a downloadable MP3 audio file and a PDF of the speech.
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