Who is AIR?

Who is AIR?

What did we learn from AIR's 2014 Survey of Independent Producers? About 20 percent of incoming indie producers are people of color, more members identify public media as their primary focus, and "best moments" of the year included things like this: "Finding out about BBC's Real America competition, and winning it!" (For previous producer surveys, click here.)

Meet AIR's New Voices

Meet AIR's New Voices

We are proud to present the sixth and largest class of New Voices scholars -- 26 bright pubmedia storymakers. We hope you will join us in welcoming them to the 2014 Third Coast Conference in Chicago, Nov. 7-9. Meet the new class and read their bios.

Craft Lessons

Craft Lessons

At AIR's Full Spectrum audio workshop, producers work in intimate seminars to analyze great storytelling, shift the limits of radio narrative, and do their most creative work.

Or, as MIT Knight Fellow and independent producer Ibby Caputo puts it, "It's like summer camp meets nerd paradise."

Applications are open for December. 

Have a 'blast

Have a 'blast

In September's AIRblast, check out our case study about marketing a podcast like a (literal) rock star, 45 new AIR network producers, and our brand-new look.

Our Purpose: AIR identifies, cultivates, and deploys gifted media-makers from across the US and worldwide whose stories enrich public media and its service to citizens each day.



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