In this edition of Youth Media Project’s Audio Revolution!, we dissect the complex topic of Language. From personal narratives about dying languages to the follies of learning a new one, Youth Media Project producers dig deep to create this compelling show on Language. Christine Trudeau and Dwayne Joe present pieces about the struggle to sustain […]Click to listen ...
Youth Media Project
Youth Media Project's educational work is built upon partnerships, development of project leaders, creation of media literacy and production programs for local to international projects and facilitation of youth productions. We work within 12 distinct educational settings; offering classroom curricula, afterschool programming and summer intensives; trainings for young professionals interested in media and education. We reach, in tandem with teachers and schools, over 800 students, producing 20 youth-generated, original radio broadcasts per year. We currently broadcast on three public radio stations and generate internet distribution through our website, iTunes and Public Radio Exchange. We sponsor listening parties for each new broadcast and encourage the use of student-produced stories for generating dialogue, compassion and activism. So, stay tuned and join us! Click Here for a snapshot of youth productions, curricula and publications.
Youth Media Project was selected by the Kennedy Center, as one of ten leading media programs in the country, to produce media stories responding to Marvin Gaye's prescient album and to examine, from youths' POV, critical issues facing our society today. The broadcast dedicated to the What's Going On . . . Now stories will air on Friday, May 4th on KUNM, 89.9 FM at 8:00 am. Listen to an interview aired on KSFR, 101.1 FM on Radio Café with Mary Charlotte on April 16, 2012. Watch the slide show we created to prompt students' stories concerning faith, solidarity, poverty, the environment and social issues. Watch the stories created by United World College students. Listen to Audio Revolution!'s "What's Going On Now" two-part radio show.
Audio Revolution! is a regular radio broadcast featuring Youth Media Project's (YMP’s) youth-produced radio stories from our partner educators at area schools, colleges, non-profits, as well as from YMP’s After-School Production Team.
Listen to Audio Revolution! broadcasts on:
KSFR, 101.1 FM, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 7 - 8pm or streaming LIVE
KUNM, 89.9 FM on the 3rd Friday of the month from 8:00 – 8:30 AM or streaming LIVE
KRZA, 88.7 FM on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 8:30 – 9:00 AM or streaming LIVE
All Audio Revolution! shows are posted on our website and on PRX
Come to a Listening Event! Click here to find out what show we'll be listening to and when and where the next potluck, listen and talk event will be.
SEE THE LIST OF 2013 AUDIO REVOLUTION! SHOW THEMES for upcoming broadcasts and consider submitting a story idea for inclusion in our future broadcasts. Send us your ideas.
Youth Media Project's (YMP) Audio Revolution! is an hour long radio broadcast featuring youth perspectives through a variety of topics and forms of expression. YMP works with high schools, colleges, performance and advocacy groups to train educators and students to produce original and authentic media for the Audio Revolution! broadcasts and Internet distribution.
By joining the Audio Revolution! Production Team you will learn the skills of hosting, engineering, scriptwriting, facilitating panel discussions, interviewing community members, field recording, editing your own radio stories, studio recording, web posting, blogging and internet distribution. You may earn high school and/or college credit. Click Here to join.
As media producers and as a result of our educational work, YMP is asked to produce media stories for other non-profits and institutions of learning. As our work is rooted in storytelling, the New Mexico Community Foundation asked us to capture the essence of their story for their 30 year Gala Event in December 2013. Click here to see a 10 minute video featuring 4 NM programs that show the value of non-profit service in our state.
As media producers and as a result of our educational work, YMP staff and interns are asked to produce media stories for other non-profits and institutions of learning. As our work is rooted in storytelling, the New Mexico Community Foundation asked us to capture the essence of their story for their 30 year Gala Event […]
Youth Media Project (YMP) wins National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) grant to create “New Media Arts Fellowship.” YMP is one of 85 arts education programs nationwide given an Art Works grant.
Reporter Christina Olds, from the publication New Mexico Kids!, interviewed Youth Media Project participants and staff to learn about our work and experience our spring YouthxYouthFest.
The City of Santa Fe and Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Fe, in collaboration with the SFIS Spoken Word Team, Warehouse 21, & Youth Media Project launch the 1st annual YouthxYouthFest! YouthxYouthFest is a three-day festival displaying the talent and creativity of Santa Fe’s young artists. Featuring poetry, music, storytelling, art and design, YouthxYouthFest […]
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Excerpts of Student Productions
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Grandfathers Audio Slideshow
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Nationally recognized YouthCast features Ahmed Hameid’s radio story, “Palestinian Hoop Dreams” and an interview by YouthCast host, Molly Adams.