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2024 Next Generation Radio Project Application
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This work should be something visual. Still or broadcast video, you choose. IMPORTANT: You will need to shrink your files down to a max size of 12MB. You won't be able to complete the form otherwise.
This can be a YouTube, Vimeo, or other portfolio link, or a link to a story, but you are responsible for making sure that link actually works.
Please list the name, email and phone number of two references. One should know your journalism/media work really well. The other can be more of a personal reference



“NextGen gave me the confidence I needed as an early radio reporter to trust myself to good work. It was affirming to spend a week with others who share a love and vision for public media, and I’m grateful to have those connections today.”

Laura Tsutsui, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento 2017