Sylvia Global Media Network

How to Produce/Host Your Radio Show & Change the World

Training Module #4 -The Art of Radio


World Radio Day is fast approaching and YOUR new show will launch!


An expert, Leigh Anne Kranz, will lead this training module to help you to produce a show that will empower you, listeners and impact the world. PLEASE JOIN US!



YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!

Scroll to the bottom of this flyer for Module #4 training details.


Monday & Thursday of This Week!

Monday, Jan. 13th, 3:30pm to Thursday, Jan. 16th, 8:30am

This is an online event.

Connect via Skype.



Repeats Thursday, January, January 16 in the morning at 8:30 PDT.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Listen to Leigh Anne above

Host, Leigh Anne Kranz of Bread and Roses, welcomes Sandra Cisneros, internationally acclaimed author of The House on Mango Street. Her new illustrated novel, Have You Seen Marie? was written in the wake of her mother's death and explores the netherworld between loss and healing, and the spiritual awareness that can only enter a heart that has been broken open.


We discuss her work, writer's life, and experiences as a self-described "chingona" (a strong, independent woman) despite societal, cultural and familial pressure to conform to traditional gender roles.




Sandra Cisneros - Early Life

Why SGMN is Excited To Have Leigh Anne Kranz:

Leigh Anne Kranz

Producer, KBOO Radio | Member since 2013


About Me:

World Pulse editorial mentor, radio producer.

I volunteer at KBOO--Portland, Oregon's independent community radio station; a member of the Bread and Roses collective--the longest-running feminist radio program in the US.


I enjoy helping women and girls build radio skills to bring their voices to the airwaves.


My Passions:


Empowering women and girls to raise their voices. Nature. Peace on Earth. Re-examining "Traditions" that harm women and girls.


My Challenges:


Inspiring male allies to help end female oppression, and teach and mentor each other.


My Vision for the Future:


I believe that women's co-leadership is vital to the survival of our species and planet. Women's views must be respected, at the small and large tables where decisions are made, to shift everything back into balance.


Other Sites I Like:


KBOO Community Radio

Rural Girl Child Mentorship (RGCM Uganda)







Module #4 - Preparing, Producing and Hosting a Top Notch Radio Show

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