Radio Camp

Radio Camp is a week-long, summer enrichment day camp for middle school students interested in technology, journalism, and the exciting world of radio!

Over the week, students learn the basics of audio recording in the studio and "in the field;" how to conduct an interview; how to edit sound on computers into a news story; and the other skills needed to write, record, edit, and create stories for radio broadcast.

Information on Radio Camp 2014 can be found here.

For inquiries or to add your name to Radio Camp mailing list, please contact 88.5 WFDD's Greg Keener at 336-758-3395 or keenerg@wfu.edu.

Experience Radio Camp by watching our short video.

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Radio Camp
9:48 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Brian Lampkin and Scuppernong Books: Making More than a Bookstore

Brian Lampkin talks about his store, Scuppernong Books, with Radio Camper Dylan Naessig
Credit Mary Heisey

  Brian Lampkin is the owner of Scuppernong Books in Greensboro. His store sells books, wine, beer, snacks, and does many community events. WFDD Radio Camper Dylan Naessig asks him questions about his bookstore.

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Radio Camp
9:36 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Greensboro Science Center's Carmen Murray on Zookeeping

Radio Camper Damon Chrismon talks to Greensboro Science Center zookeeper Carmen Murray
Credit Mary Heisey

 

Carmen Murray is a zookeeper at the Greensboro Science Center. Carmen works with many different animals, including African penguins,  Moray eels, baby otters, and an anaconda. WFDD Radio Camper Damon Chrismon spoke with Carmen to learn more about being a zookeeper. 

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Radio Camp
9:35 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Laura Peoples has Big Plans for Bicycling in Greensboro

Radio Camper Aidan Kelley interviews Laura Peoples about Bicycling in Greensboro
Credit Mary Heisey

 

Laura Peoples is the Executive Director of Bicycling in Greensboro, an organization that hopes to turn Greensboro into a bike-friendly community.  WFDD Radio Camper Aidan Kelley has more.

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Radio Camp
3:08 pm
Tue July 29, 2014

Katherine Foster: Fostering Community History at the New Winston Museum

Radio Camper William Comer interviews Katherine Foster of the New Winston Museum
Credit Molly Davis

  Katherine Foster is the executive director of the New Winston Museum, a museum whose mission is to preserve, promote, and present the dynamic history and diverse stories of the Winston-Salem Forsyth community. Katherine began her career in nonprofits, working with the Forsyth Humane Society and with the Second Harvest Food Bank, which led her to her position at the New Winston Museum. WFDD Radio Camper William Comer finds out more.

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Radio Camp
2:53 pm
Tue July 29, 2014

Producing the Best: Becky Zollicoffer On Her Store, Let It Grow Produce

Becky Zollicoffer discusses Let it Grow Produce with Radio Camper Una Wilson
Credit Molly Davis

 

Finding fresh, organic, locally grown produce can be hard to find if you don’t have easy access to a local farmers market. Becky Zollicoffer is the creator and owner of Let it Grow Produce, a local business dedicated to providing organic and farm fresh produce for the community. Radio camper Una Wilson has the scoop.

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