There’s an ongoing discussion about this on the NYC Radio listserv.
One person is pooling together the responses from different sources.
I’ve pasted Amanda Hickman’s email to the NYC a Radio listserv here:
*On Thu, Mar 19, 2020 at 8:59 PM Amanda Hickman <[log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>> wrote:*
> *I started to compile the advice in this thread and a few other threads on
> other lists into a single shared document:*
> *Please feel free to add edits and credits!*
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*Association of Independents in Radio*
*Director, Freelance Futures Initiative*
*️📆 ➡️ appointments* <https://calendly.com/amanda_hickman/officehours>
This Google doc was also listed/ made available in a recent AIR
On Fri, Mar 20, 2020 at 9:49 PM Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]>
> Lou's advice is good.
> Know that many broadcast facilities are using Skype for the interim.
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> On 3/20/2020 12:21 PM, Lou Judson wrote:
> > Telephonme is still useful, though a lot of people are using Zoom.us for
> video along with verbal
> > As an audio engineer, to me the most important thing is what mic you use
> and how you use it.
> > I can give =you tips and advice if you email me off list.
> > We are practically neighbors - I’m in Marin.
> > <L>
> > Lou Judson
> > Intuitive Audio
> > 415-883-2689
> >> On Mar 20, 2020, at 12:06 PM, Nancy MacKay <[log in to unmask]>
> >> Hello, everyone,
> >> I am a consultant for oral history. I've been asked by two different
> projects about best practices for interviewing remotely, audio or video,
> via phone or the some online platform. If any of you have experience or
> tips in recording, processing, or preserving interviews remotely, please
> share. We need to develop best practices quickly since remote interviewing
> will become more common in this new age.
> >> Thank you. Best wishes to you all,
> >> Nancy
> >> --
> >> Nancy MacKay
> >> Berkeley, California
> >> [log in to unmask]