• 2003
  • 33:36
  • Australia

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The Dribble-Down Effect

By Eurydice Aroney

Blending satire, drama, and interviews, this Australian documentary portrays a not-so-distant future where robots care for children and parents agree to live apart from their families during the work week. (more)

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  • 2012
  • 78:21
  • USA

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The Story as Walkabout

By Krissy Clark & Pejk Malinovski

Smartphones and other gadgets have detached our listening experiences from the radio, and are making another kind of attachment possible - to where the stories actually take place. (more)

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  • 2006
  • 2:30
  • USA

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We Can All Hear You Now

By Nancy Tyler

Yeah, they're handy, but cell phones sure are annoying. (more)

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  • 2004
  • 7:33
  • USA

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Geekspeak

By Pamela Z

The origins of Geekspeak lie in a 1995 artist residency Pamela Z participated in at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center. (more)

Pamelaz
  • 2006
  • 77:02
  • USA

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Sources, Correspondents, Fixers: Making Radio With Bloggers

By Brendan Greeley

Millions of bloggers write every day about their own towns, industries, and lives. As a radio producer you can work with a nation -- a world – of storytellers to find out about everything from French politics to knitting habits in Iowa. (more)

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  • 2010
  • 98:38
  • USA

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Tales of the Tools

By Jeff Towne

New developments in both hard and software are making audio production much more affordable, flexible, and convenient. (more)

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  • 2007
  • 73:51
  • USA

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When and How to Sell Out

By Daniel H. Steinberg

It’s hard enough to pitch a story to a public radio show -- are you willing to risk rejection from a whole new set of people? Daniel Sternberg talks about taking all of your talents, training, and neuroses and applying them to the world of podcasting. (more)

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  • 2005
  • 82:10
  • USA

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Podcasting: Believe the Hype

By Tod Maffin & Benjamen Walker

Join podcast pioneers and radio producers Benjamen Walker and Tod Maffin to discover how podcasting, in less than one year, changed broadcasting forever. (more)

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  • 2004
  • 3:47
  • UK

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The Modern Woodsman

By Adam Clitheroe

Filmmaker Adam Clitheroe playfully puts forth an audio portrait of a traditional woodsman . . . equipped with a cell phone. (more)

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  • 2005
  • 58:59
  • USA

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Re:sound #16: The Game Show

By Various producers

This hour: games! (more)

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  • 2014
  • 58:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #194 The Driving Show

By Multiple

This hour we buckle up and hit the road. (more)

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  • 2011
  • 52:35
  • Australia

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Children of Sodom and Gomorrah

By Sharon Davis & Jens Jarisch

Sodom and Gomorrah is a hellish place in Accra, Ghana, where children eke out a living on a scrap heap of discarded computers that the West no longer needs. (more)

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  • 2006
  • 2:27
  • Canada

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Computer Drama

By Heather Kitching

The computer talk show meets Saturday morning cartoons; featuring real live computer expert, Sarah Millen. (more)

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  • 2012
  • 2:04
  • USA

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#0000ff is Blue

By Chris Pollard

No music, no human voices, computers are the future. (more)

Sd12_blue_pollard
  • 2009
  • 13:47
  • USA

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Silent Knight

By Andi McDaniel

It's hard enough drumming up public support for saving whales or spotted owls - but what about trying to preserve something less tangible in nature, like the peacefulness of a quiet forest? (more)

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  • 2011
  • 0:00
  • Canada

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Cognitive Dissonance: Lightning in a Bottle

By Chris Trimmer

What was the earliest sound ever recorded, or "bottled"? The First Sounds (FS) project, organized by a group of audio historians, scientists, and archivists, is dedicated to exploring these pioneering sounds, and sharing them with the world. (more)

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  • 2013
  • 23:49
  • USA

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Decode DC #6: The Future Was Now

By Andrea Seabrook & Lina Misitzis

In January, 2012, America's digerati pulled off the broadest, most powerful political protest ever orchestrated on the Internet. (more)

Wikiblackout
  • 2006
  • 2:30
  • USA

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Big Bang

By David Polk

Two lousy-sounding atoms can't get along, cause the Big Bang, and disrupt present-day international harmony. (more)

Shortdocs06
  • 2001
  • 71:00
  • USA

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Keyboard Audio

By Jay Allison & Elizabeth Meister

This panel, moderated by Melissa Giraud, brings together two producers (Jay Allison and Elizabeth Meister) who were among the first in public radio and audio production to bring their innovation to the Internet, for a conversation about translating radio stories onto the Web and creating new art forms altogether. (more)

Keyboard_web
  • 2007
  • 81:34
  • USA

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She Launched Channel Zero

By Mendi and Keith Obadike

In a time when commercial interests continue to stake a claim to audiences’ attentions on the Internet, artists continue to explore the narrowcast as a vehicle for simultaneously cultivating an audience and developing a body of work. (more)

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