• Listen to your editors0

    By Megan Valle  Before interning at WSHU this semester, I had taken only one class in audio journalism, and I didn’t think it was my strong suit. Nevertheless, I was interested in audio and I enjoyed writing for it, so I decided to apply for the WSHU internship. Now, after four months of writing scripts

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  • Remembering to breathe0

    By Nirvani Williams  After taking JRN 393, the School of Journalism’s audio journalism course, I was excited that I understood the writing and editing process that could be translated to NPR-affiliate stations as well as to NPR itself. I’m a long-time NPR listener: My uncle would drive me to my high school in Manhattan from

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  • Keep an open mind0

    By Wilko Martínez-Cachero Vas Interning at WSHU Public Radio during my fall semester was a demanding but equally gratifying experience.  I had taken JRN 393 the semester prior to starting at WSHU, but that only taught me the basics about audio journalism. Yet, that’s not what I initially thought coming into WSHU. I thought the

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