KCRW’s Sonic Trace is part of Localore – an initiative produced by the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR). You may have heard a version of that line in all our crediting. So, what does it mean?
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Localore: The Story So Far from AIR on Vimeo.
On that note, you must check out the incredible work of Todd Melby’s Black Gold Boom: How Oil Changed North Dakota. The title says it all. And this week, he launched Rough Ride – an interactive documentary co-produced by Zeega, a group of technologists literally transforming how we tell stories on the web and beyond.
All this month: new media life forms are on the rise for all Localore projects thanks to Zeega. We’ll keep you posted on Sonic Trace’s ground-breaking interactive site that will launch at the end of the month.
Props to producer Todd Melby, incubator Prairie Public Broadcasting, and interactive storytelling team Zeega which is co-producing a series of much-anticipated immersive documentaries for the initiative. And many thanks to Localore’s funders: CPB, the Wyncote Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Learn more about Localore at airmediaworks.org.