Brush up your interviewing skills with this free workshop from radio and podcast producer Sarah Hoyles.
Finding a solid guest is the first step to a great interview, but what do you do once you’re in front of the mic? All CJSR volunteers are invited to attend this free workshop to learn about focusing your interview, creating an engaging conversation for listeners, and asking outstanding questions.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
7 PM – 9 PM
Students Union Building, University of Alberta
Limited space available.
NEW: RSVP by November 25 through Better Impact, under Opportunities > Training and Orientation.
If you have trouble, email News Coordinator Chris Chang-Yen Phillips at email@example.com.
Come prepared with future interviews of your own in mind!
About Sarah Hoyles
Sarah Hoyles is an independent radio and podcast producer. You may remember Sarah from last year’s Interviewing Like a Pro workshop, and from her work coordinating the Herd Audio Challenge.
She has worked on the CKUA Radio Network, Secret Setlist on Telus Optik TV, and her own podcast, Pet Sounds. She began her journalism career with the CBC where she worked as a daily news reporter in Moncton, NB and then became a producer/contributor on the national program, Definitely Not The Opera as well as on regional current affairs shows in Alberta and Manitoba.
Sarah has not always been on the radio, she’s done Communications for the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Ottawa-based United Nations Association in Canada. When she’s not at work, Sarah writes music reviews for Earshot Magazine and is on the Board at Latitude 53 Gallery.
Sarah received a Journalism degree from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia and a Honours degree in Drama from the University of Alberta.