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Americans don't listen to the radio as much as they used to it has shrunk by about in the past 10 years most people use there phone for music nowadays and social media for news

A heartbreaking piece about Arnold Lobel, the author/illustrator of the Frog and Toad series, was published in The New Yorker Wednesday morning. Had I not been in the office when reading it, I would have wept and whimpered like a small child watching the end of The Fox and the Hound for the first time. But because I was surrounded by people with functioning eyes and ears, I kept it all bottled up inside.

A heartbreaking piece about Arnold Lobel, the author/illustrator of the Frog and Toad series, was published in The New Yorker Wednesday morning. Had I not been in the office when reading it, I would have wept and whimpered like a small child watching the end of The Fox and the Hound for the first time. But because I was surrounded by people with functioning eyes and ears, I kept it all bottled up inside.

One of my favorite Podcasts, "This American Life." First-person stories and short fiction pieces that are touching, funny, and surprising.

One of my favorite Podcasts, "This American Life." First-person stories and short fiction pieces that are touching, funny, and surprising.

Check out this cool episode: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/love-+-radio/id84389707?mt=2&i=336895590

Check out this cool episode: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/love-+-radio/id84389707?mt=2&i=336895590

Radio lapel microphones: tips for getting clean sound, like  - Best position for the radio mic is at the height of the breast bone. - Ask your subject to remove any jewellery that might hit the microphone or make noise: jangling earrings & bangles etc. - In car interviews put the mic on the non-seatbelt side of the chest. - If it is very windy the tips in this video will not be enough to get good sound. Think about an indoor location for any interview.

Radio lapel microphones: tips for getting clean sound, like - Best position for the radio mic is at the height of the breast bone. - Ask your subject to remove any jewellery that might hit the microphone or make noise: jangling earrings & bangles etc. - In car interviews put the mic on the non-seatbelt side of the chest. - If it is very windy the tips in this video will not be enough to get good sound. Think about an indoor location for any interview.

How-to guides for journalism can often be insufferably filled with rules to follow. Which is why bestselling non-fiction author Mary Roach…

How-to guides for journalism can often be insufferably filled with rules to follow. Which is why bestselling non-fiction author Mary Roach…

It’s not about having a voice, it’s about being heard.

It’s not about having a voice, it’s about being heard.

In the fifties, and for a long time afterward, The New Yorker didn’t identify its fiction as fiction.

In the fifties, and for a long time afterward, The New Yorker didn’t identify its fiction as fiction.

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