Events & Projects

What: NPR Interns
Where: Washington, DC
When: Fall 2005



What: National Association of Hispanic Journalists' Convention
Where: Ft. Worth, Texas
When: June 12-19, 2005



What: The National Association of Black Journalists' Conference
Where: Atlanta, GA
When: August 1-7, 2005



What: Native American Journalists' Assocation Conference
Where: Lincoln, Nebraska
When: August 8-14, 2005


What: Asian American Journalists Association Conference
Where: Twin Cities, Minnesota
When: August 14-20, 2005


What: The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists' Conference
Where: Chicago, IL
When: September 20-25, 2005


What: College Broadcasters/College Media
Where: Kansas City, MO
When: October 25-29, 2005

What: KALW-FM/Burton High School
Where: San Francisco, CA
When: November 14-19, 2005

About Us

Next Generation Radio is a series of one-week, student radio training projects co-sponsored by NPR and several journalist and media organizations. The projects are designed to give students who are interested in radio and journalism an opportunity to report and produce their own radio story.

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Read about and listen to the projects from the 2005 season.

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NextGen Website Columnists


Extra Life by
Kyle Orland

Mis-Media by
Chantal de la Rionda

The Stitch by
Maria-Martina Castro

The Inside Guy by
Tom Krymkowski