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Arts Insiders: Podcasting like a Pro with Microphone Check

EVENT IS FULL. Only those who have already RSVP'd will be let in. 
What does it take to make it in the world of hip-hop journalism? How do you keep a podcast consistent and exciting? What makes for a good interview?  
Join Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley as they discuss what it took to run the hip-hop music and culture podcast that brought in NPR's youngest audience and how they're relaunching Microphone Check independently. ​Lunch will be provided with a RSVP
Ali Shaheed Muhammad, co-host of Microphone Check, is also a world-renowned producer, songwriter and musician, and a founding member of A Tribe Called Quest, Lucy Pearl and production group The Ummah. Most recently, he composed the music for Marvel’s Luke Cage with Adrian Younge and is working on solo and collaborative projects.
Frannie Kelley is a co-host of Microphone Check, the show’s editor, and a freelance writer and producer. She was an editor and reporter at NPR for nine years, where she helped build the music desk.

Details

When:

Thursday, October 27, 2016. 12:00 PM

Where:

Roble Arts Gym

Sponsor:

Art is My Occupation (AiMO) is led by Stanford ARTS in collaboration with the Institute for Diversity in the Arts, BEAM, Cantor Art Center, The Anderson Collection and the Departments of Art & Art History, Music and Theater & Performance Studies.

Contact:

650-725-0054
mshep@stanford.edu

Admission:

EVENT IS FULL. Only those who have already RSVP'd will be let in. 

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