On 4/4, SLB Radio was proud to partner with the City of Pittsburgh for its third annual Inclusive Innovation Week. Here are excerpts from our live Youth Express webcast during which we welcomed children, youth and adults to our studios to talk with each other about play, pastimes and more. Special thanks to Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative, Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh, CLP Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse and Fine Art Miracles, Inc. for collaborating on this multigenerational project project.
On February 21, 2018, SLB welcomed eleven teachers from multiple districts for a half-day workshop focused on creating and publishing radio and audio programs and classroom applications. This audio montage is culled from our icebreaker activity and features participants reflecting on their careers in teaching.
From 12/31/2016: A live broadcast from the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh early-bird New Year's Eve party with live jazz from Lee Robinson & ISKA, interviews with kids and adults, actor Tim Hartman and the museum's annual Countdown to Noon.
features first-person reflections from eleven men as collected by fifteen boys. Project activities were conducted in collaboration with Brothers and Sisters Emerging. Listen below for each man's story as well as reflections from the interviewers.
Northview Heights Voices
features first-person reflections from ten men as collected by twelve boys. Project activities were conducted in collaboration with YouthPlaces. Listen below for each man's story as well as reflections from the interviewers.
Penn Hills Voices features first-person reflections from ten men as collected by fourteen boys. Project activities were conducted in collaboration with Penn Hills Varsity Football, Penn Hills Midget Football League, and the Penn Hills YMCA. Listen below for each man's story as well as reflections from the interviewers.
From 05/07/2016: Ryan Coon of The Sprout Fund preview's Remake Learning Days, 5/9-5/15 city-wide.
From 05/07/2016: Pam Komar with a preview of the EQT Children's Theater Festival in the Cultural District, 5/12-5/15.
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live five-hour webcast. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity.
Students that participated in Streaming Justice are from area high schools including Barack Obama Academy, City Charter, North Allegheny, Oakland Catholic, Pittsburgh Allderdice, Pittsburgh CAPA, Propel Braddock Hills, Westinghouse and Woodland Hills Academy.
From: 11/28/2015: Susan Medley, Music Director of the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, calls in to talk about Singin' with Santa, Dec. 12 at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, and other Pittsburgh Concert Chorale events.