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(i.e.) NPR in Other Words: Premiere

From: NPR Intern Edition
Length: 29:48

An experiment in the unexpected. Read the full description.

Picture_11_small The half-hour program produced by the interns of NPR and brought to you by the letters "i" and "e" -- in other words, a multimedia exploration of the narratives and inspired musings of the next gen of public media hopefuls.

(i.e.) or 'Intern Edition' has traditionally been audio program, but this semester we decided to shake things up a bit.

Although this program is still filled with radio stories, it was originally conceived as a multimedia piece. The result is a unique hybrid of audio and visual media unlike a lot of its peers on the web. To catch a glimpse -- literally -- of what we're talking about, head to http://www.npr.org/internedition/fall09 and watch our show.

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Piece Description

The half-hour program produced by the interns of NPR and brought to you by the letters "i" and "e" -- in other words, a multimedia exploration of the narratives and inspired musings of the next gen of public media hopefuls.

(i.e.) or 'Intern Edition' has traditionally been audio program, but this semester we decided to shake things up a bit.

Although this program is still filled with radio stories, it was originally conceived as a multimedia piece. The result is a unique hybrid of audio and visual media unlike a lot of its peers on the web. To catch a glimpse -- literally -- of what we're talking about, head to http://www.npr.org/internedition/fall09 and watch our show.

Broadcast History

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