About the Radio Rookies Blog

Tuesday, February 10, 2009 - 01:44 PM

Radio Rookies works with teenagers to create documentary stories about the things that matter most to them. We hold 6-month long workshops around New York City's five boroughs, teaching young people how to do interviews, record sounds, and structure a story that, ultimately, will air onWNYC . The Radio Rookies Blog is a place for program staff and participants to take you behind the scenes, to give you a chance to get to know us better, and to hear what's on the Rookies' minds.


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Comments [1]

Victoria Cruz

Hey! well I am trying this for the first time. I just wanted to ask Why on our radio channel there is no hip hop and R&B music? I feel there should be because it can grab more teenagers attention and have more listeners listen to WNYC to have a bigger audiencce of more teens. This can help Radio Rookies become a bigger organization. Also to be KNOWN!

Vikky Cruz

May. 31 2009 11:57 AM

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