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Making Digital Audio Part of Your Daily Routine


Recorded April 19, 2018

What can reporters and others do to grab audio consistently? And then, putting it all together: What kind of equipment does your newsroom have/need? What analytics should newsrooms be looking at? Megan Rohrbacher of the Portsmouth Herald/Edge Radio discusses how newsrooms can make digital audio a big part of their future.

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Megan is the executive producer for Digital Audio. Her background in audio comes from 15 years working as a producer on various radio and television programs, as well as post production visual effects for film. Megan uses all aspects of her experiences toward every venture and combining newspapers and digital audio is no exception.