1. Shawn Deena -- Red 2 Green (NPR Tiny Desk Contest Entry) 2015


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    It's the first time I've done a video like this. This video was created specifically for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert Contest (http://tinydeskcontest.npr.org/) -- you perform at a tiny desk and then upload the video on YouTube. The winner gets the opportunity to perform at NPR's studio in DC. So enjoy the live song, like it, and please share. Special thanks to friend and co-worker John Brown for filming me at the tiny desk.

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    • NPR's Cynthia Canty Interviews Zeke Anders


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      NPR Michigan Radio's Stateside with Cynthia Canty interviews filmmaker, Zeke Anders about his acclaimed vlog series, "American Seoul" on November 4, 2014 (National Adoption Month). Presented in a 'video' format, this is the radio broadcast.

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      • 64th Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon


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        32 recipients of the 64th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 16, 2005 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media for the year 2004. Morely Safer emceed.

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        • This Darker Life Promotional Video


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          THIS DARKER LIFE is a performance emersion devised from five original stories told by accentuating the tension between light vs. dark and radio drama vs. theater. Similar to listening to your favorite NPR show while being shown captured glimpses from your own imagination. Brought to you by The Goat Farm, Ninja Puppets Productions and W(,) - we hope you'll join us on our maiden voyage into This Darker Life. Multi Media Theatrical Experience at the Goat Farm Arts Center Oct 23 -26 Ticket info at NinjaPuppetProductions.com PERFORMANCE STORIES BY: WADE TILTON BRIAN GRIFFIN S. BEDFORD DANI HERD GREGG VAN LANINGHAM BILL TAFT

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          • Garrison Keillor: Politics, Radio & Retirement


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            This radio icon and Minnesota treasure gets political during a state campaign to create a Constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage. Then he reflects about his career, where it's been, and where it's headed. Plus, there's a loon call!

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            • NPR - Brains on Play


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              Why do we humans like to play so much? Play sports, play tag, play the stock market, play Duck Duck Goose? We love it all. And we're not the only ones. Dogs, cats, bears, even birds seem to like to play. What are we all doing? Is there a point to it all? For the National Public Radio Education Blog Produced by John Poole Animation by Xaver Xylophon Editors Ben de la Cruz Jon Hamilton Steve Drummond http://npr.org http://www.npr.org/blogs/ed/2014/08/04/337387726/brains-at-play http://xaverxylophon.de

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              • 69th Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon


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                Thirty-six recipients of the 69th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 17th, 2010 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The winners were chosen by the Peabody board as the best in electronic media for the year 2009. Diane Sawyer emceed.

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                • What Happens When 350 Musicians Meet For The First Time In Brooklyn?


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                  We at NPR Music leave a lot of variables out in the wild when we make Field Recordings. That's especially true when we commission new music for the annual Make Music New York festival, as we have for three years. Since we're not using a traditional stage and people are roaming around, we don't know exactly what the performance will sound like (though we're lucky to work with fantastic engineering colleagues). It's always held outdoors, and we can't be sure what the weather will be. And in two of these three years — the first and this one — we've flung the doors open and invited anyone who wanted to perform to come play alongside professionals. Pretty risky, right? But what we've found, and what is so incredibly gratifying, is that amazingly talented and generous people join in — this year, about 350 of them on the steps of the Brooklyn Public Library. With a new piece by Sunny Jain of Red Baraat, the beat and the heart were there already, but the spirit burst to life when all those musicians came out to play. --ANASTASIA TSIOULCAS Credits: Producers: Mito Habe-Evans, Saidah Blount, Anastasia Tsioulcas; Audio Engineers: Kevin Wait, Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Mito Habe-Evans, Colin Marshall, Christopher Parks, Maya Sharpe, A.J. Wilhelm, Marina Zarya; Special Thanks: Make Music New York, Brooklyn Public Library, Red Baraat, Mark and Rachel Dibner of the Argus Fund, our many volunteers and all the participating musicians; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

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                  • Joe Palca: How I Explained a Frank-Kasper σ Phase in Sphere-Forming Block Copolymer Melts to a Radio Audience


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                    On November 21, 2013, Joe Palca, science correspondent for NPR, delivered the 2013 Ullyot Public Affairs Lecture at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia. The lecture was entitled “Covering Complex Science, or How I Explained a Frank-Kasper σ Phase in Sphere-Forming Block Copolymer Melts to a Radio Audience.” Since joining NPR in 1992, Palca has reported on a range of science topics—everything from biomedical research to astronomy. In addition to his science reporting Palca is a backup host for Talk of the Nation Science Friday. For more information on the event, visit http://www.chemheritage.org/visit/events/awards/ullyot-public-affairs-lecture.aspx 00:04 Opening by Michael Christman, president and CEO of Coriell Institute for Medical Research 2:15 Introduction by Ivan Imato, Journalist in Residence at Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics 8:35 Joe Palca begins "Presentation by Powerpoint" 9:30 Why does certain science news get covered? 13:10 On getting no respect for Nobel Prize in Chemistry coverage 20:12 Writing story intros that keep audiences listening 23:40 Copolymer Melts as Marshmallows 30:00 The Illusion of Knowledge 31:55 The Neutrino Experiment in 30 seconds 34:04 Joe's Big Idea 35:48 Finding ideas for stories 38:00 Audience Q&A 38:21 Getting kids interested in science 39:58 Role of social media 43:06 Telling untold stories 45:38 Role of Science Journalism 49:47 Helping scientists understand the importance of good communication 51:27 Presentation of the Philadelphia Bowl to Joe Palca

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                    • National Public Radio Interview In Washington, DC.


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                      Feature film director Tim Greene and blind teen filmmaker Elizabeth Harrington get interviewed in Washington DC on a National Public Radio affiliate.

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