BARN to offer podcasting, video classes

  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 8:15am
  • Life

If you’ve always wanted to produce your own online podcast or create a professional quality video, the new partnership between BARN (Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network) and Bainbridge Community Broadcasting is definitely good news.

Bainbridge Community Broadcasting has recently joined the BARN artisan community as part of the newly created Media Arts & BCB Studio, and their talented team of podcasters and videographers will teach classes in social media, video, audio and community podcasting.

“We are thrilled that BCB is now a part of BARN,” said Mark Nichols, BARN executive director. “Audio and video are becoming primary modes of communication, and the new Media Arts Studio will help BARN students learn to use these tools effectively.”

“Now anyone can come to our BARN studio and learn about audio recording and then use that skill to make a keepsake recording of an aging family member, or a podcast that can be sent out to the world,” said Barry Peters, BCB founder and BARN Media Arts Studio lead. “Or, they can take a video course and learn how to produce short videos for YouTube, their Facebook page or a personal or business website.”

Visit www.bainbridgebarn.wildapricot.org for a complete list of class offerings and more information.

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