Conducting and editing an interview for the ear — an interview that’s actually listenable — is more than a matter of pressing a few buttons. Doing it right takes a considerable amount of reporting and technical skills, attention to detail and careful preparation.
I like both of these interviews for similar reasons: The content is compelling, they’re recorded properly, and they’re tightly edited.
Devery Sheffer of the San Francisco Film Lover blog talks with SF State cinema professor Julian Hoxter:
Carrie Cassie Harwood of the Bay Area Bookends blog talks with Book Zoo’s Erik Lyngen:
Carrie Cassie would make great radio reporters, don’t you think?
(Photo by Flickr user Yvonne in Willowick Ohio)