Audrey Dilling

Reporter/Producer

Audrey Dilling produces KALW's community storytelling project, Hear Here, which began as part of the Association of Independents in Radio's national "Localore" initiative, designed to bring journalistic and technical ingenuity to extending public media service to more Americans. Part radio project, part community engagement effort, and part live event series, Hear Here gives Bay Area residents a chance to make their voices heard – on public airwaves, online, and on stage. 

For over two years, Dilling has worked alongside the vibrant KALW News team, reporting and producing radio features for the evening news magazine Crosscurrents; and serving as a web editor, online engagement strategist, and volunteer coordinator.

Dilling studied audio documentary at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Lewis & Clark College.

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2:47pm

Thu April 12, 2012
LOCALORE

Hear Where? Hear Here coming to OAK and SF libraries

In April and May, Hear Hear: A Pop-Up Radio Project will be popping up in Oakland and San Francisco public libraries to record memories, tales, and favorite personal stories of local residents. Bring a loved one, come in a group, or come by yourself – your stories will live online, and could even air on 91.7FM!

Where to find Hear Here

April 17, 3 - 7pm

Oakland Public Library – Golden Gate Branch, Community Meeting Room

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4:07pm

Wed April 11, 2012
LOCALORE

Hear Hear: A Pop-Up Radio Project

Over the next 12 months, KALW 91.7FM Local Public Radio will be asking the residents of San Francisco and Oakland to tell stories of how they Work, Eat, Love, Play, Worship, and Create. We want you to share what’s important in your life – your projects, your relationships, your passions – to help us put the “public” back in “public media.” Together, we’ll illuminate life in these two cities, just miles apart, and draw out the common threads that tie us together. And we’ll share what we’ve learned on air, online, on stage, and in public.

How does it work?

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10:40pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Cops & Courts

Your Legal Rights

Criminal law surprises--special guest is criminal law specialist Stanley Friedman.

1:41pm

Sat December 17, 2011
MY MIX TAPE

MY MIX TAPE: What's your favorite song?

For months, KALW has been collecting the stories of significant songs. We've asked everyone we've interviewed to tell us why a particular song is meaningful to them. Now we're mixing them up and sharing them with you! 

Keep an ear out for these "My Mix Tape" pieces every Monday. They'll be playing throughout the day. You can hear the ones we've aired so far right here.

4:57pm

Thu December 8, 2011
Arts & Culture

“Crosscurrents” goes live for December MAPP

The KALW news team and guests took the stage at the Polish Club SF on December 3rd for an evening of multimedia storytelling as part of the Mission Arts and Performance Project (MAPP). The theme of the night was “Beginnings and Endings.” Performers included Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington, John Reichmuth of the comedy troupe Kasper Hauser, StoryCorps, and New York Times and Pop-Up Magazine contributor Jon Mooallem. KALW’s own reporters told ghost stories, love stories and stories about the end of the world.

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