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Audio Story

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    AUDIO STORIES

 

 

 

 

  Listen to a Story Interview from Victor, Idaho

 

 Reasons to Make Audio Stories 

  • The equipment is relatively inexpensive and easy to use. You just need to practice a little and get comfortable with it.
  • A microphone is less intrusive than a video camera. People can be more natural – more themselves n the company of a good interviewer or group.
  • Audio forces the teller/catcher to be creative and pay attention to words, sound and language. 
  • Audio is intimate. When you hear someone's voice on a podcast, it seems as if they're talking directly to you. Swedish researchers have found that audio creates more of a sense of co-presence than does text.
  • In a one-on-one interview, the sharer is heard directly and feels valued; the listener gains insight and connects to the sharer in a new way.

                                                                                                                                            Adapted From NPR's Radio Diaries

 Talk-based Stories 

         See Story Circles Page.

 

 Publishing

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