Living on AIR: Strategies for freelancers

Freelancers will find that Sue Schardt, executive director of AIR, Inc., has a world of strategies to help them succeed. AIR is the Association of Independents in Radio and, in 25 years, has grown to 900 members. It describes its network as “a global social and professional network … representing an extensive range of disciplines, from NPR news journalists and reporters, to sound artists, station station-based producers, podcasters, gearheads, media activists, and more.”

Schardt and her team offered many tips on how to start freelancing, how print journalists can contribute to radio and how to start podcasting. You can revisit this page at any time to replay the chat.

 

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