Are you a high school student interested in learning what it's like to work at a radio station?
Then apply for Texas Public Radio's Camp KPAC, a week-long summer enrichment camp where you can gain hands-on radio broadcasting experience.
KPAC's Nathan Cone and James Baker will teach campers basic techniques for music recording, editing and production. Students will also hone their interviewing skills and learn how to write and edit copy for radio. Campers will also be taught how to work a digital audio board and learn radio announcing techniques.
At the end of the week, campers will use the still the skills they learn to interview and record a student musician in the KPAC studios to produce a broadcast quality segment that may be featured on Classical Spotlight or on tpr.org.
Camp KPAC information:
Dates: The next dates for Camp KPAC have yet to be decided.
Eligible Students: High school students, grades 9-12 during the 2011-2012 school year
Space Available: 6 participants
For more information: Contact Texas Public Radio's Classical Music Programming Director Nathan Cone at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the station at (210) 614-8977.