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insects, animals, weather, water, birds, etc. and their sounds
a web2.0 radio listening site; you can see others' tastes and perhaps pick up some tips from them; like Pandora, it learns your tastes
tell your favorite song, hear more like it; site learns your tastes
a radio listening site: schedule listings for thousands of public radio stations and programs around the world
goal is to record all the books in the public domain; lots of audio-lit here
physicists are finding a way to listen in
"Every time we have an idea for an hour of radio we post it to the site." Via blog viewers help build shows which air after research.
one of the best sources for audio documentaries; here also are many how-to sessions
Popular culture images in historical and other categories
links to many full text essays on television; site is a little difficult to navigate, but links to much good writing
reference material for all electronic media-- video & television production, audio work, still imagery & graphics, website design; excellent quick guides and tutorials, on things like video streaming
BBC site has good examples, especially children's "Shoebox Stories"
well written; of use to media people, especially for mise en scene, ways of attending to space
Go with a friend to a storybooth and have her interview so you can tell your story. On of the most important audio autobiography projects.
much radio documentary and many audio archives focus on first person narration