Teach & Learn Radio

Looking for resources to help teach and learn about radio? Search below or write generationprx@prx.org to add your own.

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Learning & Teaching Resources

Subject Matters
A digital storytelling tool from Y-Press with interactive videos, links and examples to help young producers create radio stories. Topics include:
- Subject & Angle
- Research
- Questions
- Refining the angle

Organizations that Support Youth-Made Radio

Transom.org is an experiment in channeling new work and voices to public radio through the internet, for discussing that work, and encouraging more.
The High School Broadcast Journalism Project promotes broadcast journalism by helping high schools establish and maintain outstanding broadcast journalism programs.
The Third Coast Festival is a celebration of the best feature and documentary work heard worldwide on the radio and internet.
The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston has a teen program with a rich resources section for media arts.

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