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We are no longer training new producers, but can refer you to our dear colleagues! The Stanford Storytelling Project is a wonderful organization that provides the tools for documentary style, human-centered audio storytelling. Our rock and home studio, KZSU Stanford 90.1FM also offers a free quarterly broadcast basics class, which can give you the tools to use different radio equipment and design your own radio program/podcast. GenAnthro was another environmental podcast at Stanford that ran while we were producing weekly episodes. GenAnthro was and continues to be a great resource for climate and science related discussions.
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