CapRadio's Next Generation Radio training week is October 16-20, 2017.
NPR's acclaimed Next Generation Radio training is coming back to Capital Public Radio this October. We'll train six talented student journalists enrolled at northern California colleges and universities to participate in this state-of-the-art training week in California's Capitol.
Students will work one-on-one with professional mentors producing first-person, multimedia stories.
2017 student/mentor teams are:
- Elizabeth Castillo, Chico State will work with LaToya Dennis, Reporter, Milwaukee Public Radio.
- Nour Coudsi, UC Berkeley will work with Erika Beras, Reporter, “Marketplace” Pittsburgh, PA.
- Hilda Flores, Cal State Stanislaus will work with Michelle Faust, Heath Reporter for KPCC.
- Isabella Lord, UC Davis will work with Brian Bull, Reporter KLCC.
- Laura Tsutsui of Fresno State will work with Maria Murriel, Freelance Reporter based in Boston, MA.
- David Rodriguez of San Francisco State will work with Traci Tong, Freelance Producer, “The World”.
Professional staff for this project:
- Doug Mitchell, Founder/Director, NPR Next Generation Radio, Washington, DC.
- Catherine Stifter, Managing Editor, Senior Producer of The View From Here, CapRadio
- Drew Jostad, Audio Engineer, Marketplace, Los Angeles, CA.
- Patrice Mondragon, Freelance Engineer, Denver, CO.
- Carolina Hildalgo, Visual Journalist, Saint Louis Public Radio, Saint Louis, MO
- Robert Boos, Communications Manager, Online Editor, Metropolitan State University, Minneapolis, MN.
Explore the 2015 project here: http://nextgensacstate.org/
Contact CapRadio's Chief Content Officer, Joe Barr.