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BKLYN Community Audio is a sampling of the best sound from Brooklyn Public Library, created by staff and patrons at BPL. Listen to artist interviews on BKLYN Mixtape, first-person stories from Brooklynites on Hear Me Out, BKLYN Outpost Redux, and Who Tells Your Story. And, keep checking this feed! The library is always making stories. We’ll post new shows and episodes as they come out.

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Hear Me Out

Hear Me Out was an audio storytelling workshop series, co-produced by Virginia Marshall, UnionDocs, and lead instructor Stephanie Foo. Fourteen Brooklynites applied and were accepted to the program. They each came in with a story to tell about Brooklyn, and over the course of twelve weeks, they learned the basics of recording, editing, and mixing their own audio stories. Hear Me Out was part of BKLYN Incubator, and was generously supported with funding from The Charles H. Revson Foundation and Robin K. and Jay L. Lewis. Family Inc.

BKLYN Mixtape

BKLYN Mixtape is a podcast from the Shelby White & Leon Levy Information Commons at Brooklyn Public Library. It is a show about everyday creators and makers just like you living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Listen to interviews, music, and audio shorts created in the Info Commons by staff and patrons. We're asking, what will you make today?

Are you a creator in Brooklyn? You could be featured on BKLYN Mixtape! Email [email protected] to get involved.

 
BKLYN Outpost Redux

BKLYN Outpost Redux is an audio series developed to offer adult and young adult residents in family shelters the interest of expanding their digital knowledge through storytelling. 

 
Who Tells Your Story?

Who Tells Your Story is a program and audio series aimed at increasing BPL’s outreach efforts to older adults; fostering digital literacy and promoting personal ownership of stories they can create.

 
Masquerade on Macon

In this podcast edition of the Masquerade on Macon Halloween show, "Stuyvesant Frights," three kids come face to face with the ghosts of Bed-Stuy. Brought to you by the Friends of Macon Library and Masquerade on Macon.

 

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