Thursday, June 18, 2020
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
THE RULES THE BEST OF THE BEST PLAY BY: "Report against your own biases. That is, include the reporting that has a chance of proving you wrong, not just confirming what you already think or think that you know. At the very least, this will allow you to know in advance what the objections to a story might be. It tends to make reporting more fair—and more bulletproof." -Margaret Sullivan, The Washington Post‘s media columnist ...read more advice!
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
On this episode of HowSound, Rob Rosenthal chats with Rob Byers of NPR's Training Team about avoiding those pesky recording problems!
NPR also has a great guide for collecting good audio!
Be sure to visit transom.org for more great audio tips and tricks.
Monday, September 26, 2016
Monday, February 9, 2015
"We all know the experience - listening to the radio or watching TV, a loud commercial jumps out, sending you grabbing for the volume control. Or conversely, your favorite program is too quiet leading you to crank up the volume, even though you know louder levels will startle you as the next program starts. Variations in program levels have been a problem for public radio stations, and now the public radio world is attempting to even out this difference by implementing a new loudness standard."
- Jeff Towne, Transom Tools Editor
Check out this Transom.org story from Rob Byeron
how to get with the new loudness standard.