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It is remarkable how many different ways there are to set up and run
a program for youth in radio. There are projects with lots of staff
and money and others with none; projects that are part of a station,
projects that are part of a high school, and some that are independent.
There are young people learning to write commentaries, report the news,
broadcast symphonies, produce radio dramas, host talk shows, stream
audio, operate remote equipment, run radio stations. In this manual
you will find descriptions of many programs, sample curricula, information
about equipment, additional resources, and stories about lessons learned,
obstacles overcome, and challenges still to be met.
Let a Thousand Voices Speak is designed to share information
about many projects so that community radio stations, high schools,
non-profit arts organizations and community groups can start and grow
their own youth in radio programs.
Let a Thousand Voices Speak is supported by the Youth Initiatives
Program of the Open Society Institute
Let a Thousand Voices Speak is currently out of print.
Letter to Membership - Aug. 2013
NFCB Board announces 2013 Bader Award winner
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NFCB Announces 2013 Volunteer of the Year
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National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) selected as service provider to African American Public Radio Stations by Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
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2011/2012 NFCB Audit and 990 Report
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2013 Chart Comparing SoundExchange Agreements for Streaming
NFCB Group Buy on Mobile Apps
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Editorial Integrity for Public Media
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IRS Rules on Election Year Activities
NFCB 2011 Financial Statement
Appointment of Members to the Re-Chartered FCC Diversity Committee
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Local Public File Webinar Slides and Checklist
170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting! Campaign
Guide to SoundExchange Reporting, prepared by Spinitron
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Get On The Air and Stay There is now available for download
A guide to building and maintaining a non-commercial educational community radio station.
Streaming Copyright Basics
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Garvey Schubert Barer
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