The Audio Podcast Fellows at Stony Brook Southampton/Manhattan
The Audio Podcast Fellows program offers nine months of advanced, hands-on training
to introduce students to every aspect of podcasting, from storytelling and writing,
sound editing and production, to marketing, branding, distribution
Throughout the Fellows program, students have the option to work on a variety of shows with our production partners, while producing a portfolio that will include the completion of a podcast pilot ready to take to market.
Application deadline is June 30, 2019.
Admission is selective and limited to ten Fellows at each site.
Throughout the program, students will take advantage of two Stony Brook classroom and recording locations: The newly renovated David Rakoff Studio on the Southampton campus, and in Manhattan, the Center for Creative Writing and Film, at 535 Eighth Avenue, near Penn Station.
The program will include field trips to conferences, live recordings/shows, and studios around the city.
Accepted students will have the opportunity to work in a studio on other podcasts as well as their own.
Microphone and Audio Solutions for Podcasting
Our Production Partner
WSHU Public Radio will broadcast podcast excerpts and interview hosts on the air, creating widespread awareness among public radio listeners. The podcasts will also be featured on WSHU’s website and promoted via on-air announcements, social media, and e-newsletters—offering an extraordinary opportunity to build audience awareness on Long Island, New York, and across Connecticut.
About Stony Brook Southampton
The Hamptons is an area of unparalleled beauty, with a rich cultural heritage in the arts. For over 35 years, world-class writers have gathered at our seaside campus to teach, mingle, read, discuss, argue, discover, laugh and schmooze. The Audio Podcast program draws from this community of writers, editors and publishing industry professionals to create an environment that is both challenging and collegial.