WE'RE HIRING! Learn more about our internship, starting June 1, 2018. This is a part-time position and you will play a critical role in expanding and supporting our amazing audio community. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 27.
Alex Braunstein Community Manager
I’m a documentary artist who creates and facilitates stories with audio, photography, video, writing, and my own two ears. Over the last few years, I’ve produced stories on my own and at my home NPR station, Rhode Island Public Radio. Working at Brown University, I created a space for storytelling and social change and ran workshops, events, and an editorial team of students. I’ve also collaborated with friends, producers, and musicians on community storytelling projects like a performance of live audio stories spanning birth to death, and a public “living room” for storytelling on a sidewalk in downtown Providence. Sometimes, I just walk around my neighborhood and talk to strangers.
Ian Fox Intern
After a few years at NPR and The Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, D.C., I'm learning how to empower artists and storytellers to do their best work. I've worked audio makers for a while - I was the Grants Manager and Volunteer Coordinator for D.C. Listening Lounge's 10,000 person Sound Scene X festival, volunteered at WAMU 88.5 in D.C., and interned in the Minnesota Public Radio newsroom. In my free time, I mentor young journalists through the YMCA Youth & Government program, organize house concerts for local musicians, and co-host a chatcast about the superhero movie industrial complex. Say hey: