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Vis-a-vis: Radio days

July 24, 2017

Professor Adam Tinkle and rising junior Adam Simon ’19, who have worked together on audio projects through Skidmore’s Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative, are now collaborating on Upstate Youth Radio, summer workshops where children learn about writing, producing, and broadcasting for radio or recording for podcasts. Participants get to use the CREATE Community Studios in Saratoga Springs and a new CREATE studio in Schenectady, as well as Skidmore’s WSPN-FM student-run station, in the basement of Jonsson Tower.

 

Adam Simon '19Adam Simon '19 helps 9-year-old Max Vogel select music for his Upstate Youth Radio show.

Upstate Youth Radio kidsAt WSPN’s campus studio, Ellie O’Brien and Anika Wolfe, both 7 years old, prepare for their radio show about tennis.

Upstate Youth Radio kidMax Vogel adjusts the microphone before he goes on air.
Upstate Youth Radio teenagersEmilee Meattors broadcasts on air while George Danison uses his phone to research music; both are 16 years old.

Upstate Youth Radio girlsWolfe and O’Brien are happy to get how-to tips from Adam Simon ’19.
 
Upstate Youth Radio scriptInterview questions are ready and waiting for the O’Brien-Wolfe tennis show.

 

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