Finding, coaching and training public media's next generation.

Michelle Baker, University of Nevada, Reno 2019

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“The best thing about the Next Generation Radio project is that even though it’s only one week, packed with real-world reporting and audio production experiences, the skills you gain and the connections you make are designed to last a lifetime. Once you’ve proven yourself, you become a part of the NextGen family, having that support and mentorship throughout your journalism career.”

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“NextGenRadio opened my eyes to the world of audio through learning technical skills and through the thrill of working in a professional environment. I entered the week-long program with excitement and left with knowledge that I will keep with me for a lifetime.”

Andres Soto, Cal-State Northridge 2020