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Rebecca McInroy

02: Jan 2011

Rebecca McInroy began her career in radio editing reel-to-reel tape while studying at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece. Even though her major was anthropology she was fascinated with sound recording, editing and story telling. She worked at various public radio stations around the country before landing in Austin, Texas in 2004 where she started working for KUT Radio while pursuing a graduate degree in Media Studies at the University of Texas.


Since starting at KUT as a weekend host she has moved on to become a producer/announcer, documentary producer, reporter, and now KUT's first full-time multimedia producer. She is excited to build the multimedia department at KUT, train radio producers to become proficient multimedia producers, and continue to innovate and create new ways to connect with the community and share the human experience through media.


Rebecca participated in the January 2011 MediaStorm Methodology Workshop. She had the following to say about her experience:


It's hard to overstate the value of my experience learning from the talented, skilled and thoughtful team at MediaStorm. Over the course of five days, along with seven dynamic professionals from all walks of life, I was immersed in the method behind MediaStorm's seemingly magic madness.

They covered multimedia production and editing techniques; shared recommendations for the best tools and technology to use when producing multimedia; and mapped out their business model and social media strategy. The most incredible part of the workshop was hearing their personal stories drawn from years of field experience and advice applied to our own endeavors.

I found being part of this workshop not only instructive, but also empowering. If you're a creative, thoughtful person and are considering whether to sign up - DO IT! It's five days that will change your perspective on what's possible.