Wheeler Centre and Audiocraft launch Australian Audio Guide
The Wheeler Centre and radio-making and podcasting community Audiocraft have jointly launched the Australian Audio Guide, an ‘online companion to the best Australian podcasts and radio features’.
Curated and edited by Audiocraft executive director Kate Montague and the Wheeler Centre digital manager Jon Tjhia, the guide will showcase and explore ‘Australian audio culture with regular interviews, features and listening suggestions’. It will be updated regularly with new podcasts, which users of the guide can submit for inclusion.
Tjhia said the guide aims to ‘show you behind the curtain of how (and by whom) podcasts are made—which we’re keen to recognise as work that requires craft, writing and skill to seem effortless’.
‘We hope it helps people discover Australian content, listen to voices that reflect the diversity of stories we have to share, and celebrate the unique craft of audio,’ said Montague.
Visit the Australian Audio Guide website here.
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