How can a producer prepare to make radio stories about distant lands and the people who live there, and why tell those stories anyway?
Stephanie Guyer-Stevens shares her experiences working in remote areas with Outer Voices, and talks about issues ranging from the pragmatic to the philosophical.
Stephanie Guyer-Stevens jumped into radio to tell the stories of women in places far from the spotlight in southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. She works with a team of seasoned radio and media professionals who together constitute Outer Voices. Their stories have aired on almost 200 stations in the U.S. and in places as far flung as Iceland, Malaysia, and Pakistan, and have become a recognized resource for educators.
Check out Stephanie's production company Outer Voices - a radio project dedicated to sharing the untold stories of grassroots women leaders from remote parts of the globe working for non-violent social change.